Where Aston Villa and Wolves are predicted to finish in the Premier League 2019/20 season
The final Premier League table has been predicted for the 2019/20 season with Aston Villa set to take the crown of the most successful promoted side, finishing in 16th.
While Wolves will finish in a disappointing ninth place behind Everton and Leicester City.
That’s according to research by football statistics experts at StarSpreads.com, who have run the rule over every team to predict the final 2019/20 table.
Manchester City will see competition from Liverpool to make it a hat trick of Premier League titles.
Pep Guardiola’s side will finish the campaign on 93 points, five fewer than their tally of 98 last term and their lowest since the title 2013/14 title-winning season – however it will still be enough to get their hands on a third successive league trophy.
The gap between City and Liverpool looks set to widen this year with Jurgen Klopp‘s side, still set for a second-place, finishing seven points behind their title rivals and 11 points off their impressive tally of 97 points last season.
Elsewhere, Brendan Rodgers is predicted to guide Leicester City to a Europa League spot as his Foxes side finish in seventh.
Tottenham Hotspur are set to cling onto third place after crumbling towards the end of last term (73 points) with their North London rivals Arsenal returning to Europe’s elite after a four-year hiatus completing the top four on 69 points.
Frank Lampard’s first season with Chelsea will see the Blues drop two places to a disappointing sixth, their lowest since 2016 while Manchester United will again miss out on a Champions League spot – one point behind Arsenal in fifth.
At the bottom, Graham Potter’s first year at Brighton will be met with relegation (18th) as they fall through the trap door with recently promoted Norwich City (19th) and Sheffield United (20th).
2019/20 Premier League table from StarSpreads.com
Manchester City – 93
Liverpool – 86
Tottenham Hotspur – 73
Arsenal – 69
Manchester United – 68
Chelsea – 67
Leicester City – 55
Everton – 54
Wolverhampton – 51
West Ham United – 50
Watford – 45
Southampton – 44
Crystal Palace – 43
Bournemouth – 42
Burnley – 39
Aston Villa – 38
Newcastle United – 37
Brighton & Hove Albion – 36
Norwich City – 36
Sheffield United – 34