The first four gameweeks of the Premier League season have certainly been a bit spicy.
We’ve had it all. Goals galore, skills in abundance, surprise stories and, of course, VAR controversy.
Anything could happen in the 2020/21 campaign and some are even suggesting we could see a shock name top the table come the end of it all.
Man City saw themselves soundly beaten 5-2 by Leicester and in their next game the Foxes were put to the sword by West Ham at the King Power.
It’s football alright, and it’s becoming even more unpredictable than ever as our heroes play out matches in front of empty stadiums due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Now the non-domestic transfer window has closed, new signings have finished flooding to the English top-flight and many sides have strengthened, creating even more unknowns.
Meanwhile, whatever happens next, we’re be bringing you all the goals and action from around the grounds every Saturday with GameDay Live with Adrian Durham on talkSPORT, as well as several live and exclusive commentaries throughout the day.
But just how will it all play out in the Premier League? We booted up the talkSPORT Super Computer to find out just what is going to happen – and you can see the predicted final table below…
1. Liverpool (Premier League champions)
2. Man City (Champions League qualification)
3. Chelsea (Champions League qualification)
4. Tottenham (Champions League qualification)
5. Arsenal (Europa League qualification)
7. Manchester United
12. Aston Villa
13. West Ham
14. Crystal Palace
17. Sheffield United
18. Burnley (relegation)
19. West Brom (relegation)
20. Fulham (relegation)
talkSPORT will bring you live commentary of Everton v Liverpool, Man City v Arsenal, and Newcastle v Manchester United on Saturday
Published at Tue, 13 Oct 2020 08:26:11 +0000