Supercomputer predicts where Spurs will finish next season


With the fixtures for the 2019/20 Premier League season having been released on Monday, most fans no doubt are excited and already eagerly anticipating the start of next season.

Tottenham will begin the season by welcoming newly promoted Aston Villa to their state of the art stadium on 10th of August.

With most clubs still yet to finish their summer spending, it is a little too early to start predicting who will finish where but a supercomputer has done just that.

According to SportNation, a supercomputer has predicted where each team will finish by analysing each team’s respective fixture list whilst looking at a number of variables including dates, derbies and previously placed positions.

The computer suggests that Manchester City are likely to win the league for the third season in a row while Liverpool might once again have to settle for second.

The computer has Tottenham Hotspur finishing in third place ahead of Chelsea who complete the top 4.

Here are the full results:

1. Manchester City

2. Liverpool

3. Tottenham

4. Chelsea

5. Manchester United

6. Arsenal

7. Wolves

8. Newcastle

9. Everton

10. Leicester City

11. West Ham

12. Watford

13. Southampton

14. Crystal Palace

15. Bournemouth

16. Aston Villa

17. Brighton

18. Burnley

19. Norwich City

20. Sheffield United

Spurs Web Opinion

A lot of what will happen next season will likely depend on the teams’ transfer activity in the next few weeks. We believe that if Tottenham can add a couple of top talent to their squad, then they can certainly compete with Manchester City and Liverpool.

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  1. There’s absolutely no accuracy to that overall prediction, some teams will perform better than expected some worse that is football!

  2. You can’t predict all the teams before the window closes. The best prediction would be at the start of the season.
    I disagree with Supercomputer.


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