Premier League table simulator predicts where Tottenham will finish this season

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According to a simulation conducted by data expert FiveThirtyEight, Tottenham are predicted to finish below Arsenal in the Premier League table at the end of the season. 

Both sides are currently enduring contrasting runs of form, with Spurs recording just two wins in their last eight games, while the Gunners are riding an eight-game unbeaten streak in the division. 

Spurs, now under new manager Antonio Conte, went into the final international break of 2021 sat in ninth-place while Arsenal’s strong run has propelled them into fifth. 

The N17 side’s tough spell in the league has projected them to finish in eighth in FiveThirtyEight’s latest end-of-season predictions – six points and two places off Arsenal, who are expected to claim sixth. 

Spurs’ 53-point projection would mean they would finish two places below their league position last season and nine points worse off. 

The latest rankings believe Manchester City will land the Premier League title ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea, while West Ham’s strong performances position them in the final Champions League spot. 

Simulated Premier League table

  1. Manchester City – 85 pts
  2. Liverpool – 81 pts 
  3. Chelsea – 79 pts 
  4. West Ham – 64 pts 
  5. Manchester United – 62 pts 
  6. Arsenal – 59 pts 
  7. Brighton – 54 pts 
  8. Tottenham – 53 pts 
  9. Leicester – 52 pts 
  10. Crystal Palace – 50 pts 
  11. Wolves – 48 pts 
  12. Everton – 47 pts 
  13. Southampton – 46 pts 
  14. Brentford – 45 pts 
  15. Leeds – 44 pts 
  16. Aston Villa – 44 pts 
  17. Burnley – 39 pts 
  18. Watford – 34 pts 
  19. Newcastle – 32 pts 
  20. Norwich – 28 pts 

Spurs Web Opinion 

Spurs’ current form has landed them a relatively poor place in the simulation of the final Premier League table. With Conte now here, hopefully, we’ll be able to see a turnaround in the team’s performances and we’ll get a better picture of things after the festive period. 

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