Tottenham Hotspur disappointingly missed out on a top four finish in the Premier League last season.
A poor start to the campaign saw the club drop into the unfamiliar position of fourteenth in the table which led to chairman Daniel Levy having to make the difficult decision to part company with Mauricio Pochettino after five and a half years in charge in North London.
Spurs fans had become accustomed to enjoying Champions League football under the Argentine with culminated with an appearance in the final against Liverpool during the 2018/19 season.
Pochettino’s successor Jose Mourinho was unable to steer the club to Champions League qualification and instead managed to secure a spot in the Europa League after pipping Wolves to sixth place in the final day of the campaign.
A supercomputer powered by FiveThirtyEight (as reported by the Daily Star) has predicted more bad times lie ahead for Spurs after tipping Mourinho’s side not only to finish the season in sixth place once again, but also two points behind rivals Arsenal.
Man City are predicted to reclaim the title with Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea all making up the remainder of the top four.
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