Premier League table predicted based on stats: Arsenal and Man Utd fail in top four race | Football | Sport
The Premier League returns for a final weekend before the international break next week, with a host of mouth-watering matches.
The final table has been predicted, based on the season to date, including total wins and defeats, and goals scored and conceded.
After Sheffield United’s terrific start to the season, Chris Wilder’s side have been predicted to finish in fifth place – securing Europa League football as a result.
The Foxes are predicted to lose just three matches all season, going unbeaten at the King Power Stadium.
Manchester City are six points behind Liverpool, despite scoring 99 league goals throughout the campaign.
Meanwhile, Arsenal once again fail to get back into Europe’s most elite competition by finishing in sixth.
The Gunners are expected to win just twice from away from home all season, and finish above Manchester United on goal difference.
Spurs end the campaign in eighth, and are level on points with Wolves.
Everton also have a disappointing season, despite spending big in the summer transfer window.
They’re predicted to finish 13th in the Premier League table, winning just once away from home all year.
Steve Bruce manages to keep Newcastle United in the division, despite drawing 16 times at St James’ Park.