Report: Supercomputer predicts where Spurs will finish in 2022/23 PL season

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SBK’s supercomputer has tipped Tottenham to secure another top-four finish in the 2022/23 Premier League campaign. 

Spurs clinched a return to elite European football on the final day of the 2021/22 season with a 5-0 victory over Norwich City (Premier League).

Spurs’ first season back in the Champions League since the 2019/20 season came at the expense of North London rivals Arsenal who slipped into fifth place.

According to the supercomputer, next season will be even more disappointing for Mikel Arteta’s side as they are predicted to finish in seventh place (The Sun).

The whole top four is predicted to be the same, with Manchester City claiming their fourth title in five years (Premier League).

The beginning of Erik Ten Haag’s Manchester United reign is set only to propel the Red Devils to a fifth-placed finish, whilst Newcastle United climb into the top six for the first time since the 1995/96 season (TransferMarkt).

Interestingly, at the other end of the table, both promoted sides Fulham and Bournemouth are predicted to face an immediate drop, whilst Nottingham Forest are also set for relegation if they battle past Huddersfield in the Championship Play-Off final.

Full table:

  1. Man City
  2. Liverpool
  3. Chelsea
  4. Tottenham
  5. Man United
  6. Newcastle
  7. Arsenal
  8. West Ham
  9. Leicester
  10. Aston Villa
  11. Brighton
  12. Crystal Palace
  13. Wolves
  14. Everton
  15. Southampton
  16. Leeds
  17. Brentford
  18. Fulham
  19. Bournemouth
  20. Nottingham Forest

Spurs Web Opinion

Not too many Spurs fans would be complaining if these predictions were to bear fruition. It is imperative that the Lilywhites consolidate their position in the top four and secure another season in the Champions League.

However, with the club announcing an extra £150 million investment which is likely to be used on targets to improve Antonio Conte’s squad, at the end of the summer transfer window there is no reason why we can’t be looking higher up the league table.

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