Supercomputer predicts Premier League winner after 2019-20 fixture release

Supercomputer has predicted that Premier League champions Manchester City will retain their title for the third time in a row at the end of the 2019-20 campaign.

The Premier clubs fixture for next season was released on Thursday, June 13, with Liverpool kicking off hostilities on Friday, August 9, at Anfield against Norwich City as the Jurgen Klopp’s side hope to go one step better than last campaign.

On the other hand, City begin defence of their title at West Ham on the Saturday, August 10 while city rival Manchester United battle Chelsea is the top fixture of the opening weekend.

Equally, top six contenders Arsenal play away at Newcastle, while Champions League runners-up Tottenham play host to Aston Villa at their new home ground.

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According to the supercomputer, Pep Guardiola’s Man City are going to win the Premier League silverware for the third year in a row, with the Reds finishing second again.

A further breakdown of the predictions revealed that Man United will end the season above Arsenal as the Gunners will continue to struggle under Unai Emery.

In addition, the pair of Norwich and Sheffield United will head back to the Championship alongside Burnley, while Aston Villa will end the season on the 16th spot.

Newcastle will move up to eighth spot after a 15th-place finish during the 2018-19 campaign.

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Here are the results of the Supercomputer predictions for the new season.

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

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