According to a supercomputer, MANCHESTER UNITED have a ONE PERCENT chance of winning the Premier League title this season.
The Red Devils have spent heavily this summer to end their nearly ten-year wait to return to the top of English football.
Erik ten Hag, manager of Manchester United, has made significant investments in his team this summer.
4However, the Red Devils have been given a ONE PERCENT chance of winning the league.
The Premier League table predicted by 4FiveEightThirty for the 2022-23 season
4Defending champions Manchester City have a 46% chance of winning the Premier LeagueCredit: PA
However, a supercomputer has ruled out the possibility of the Premier League title returning to Old Trafford in May.
Erik ten Hag’s troops will finish sixth in the season, according to FiveThirtyEight’s supercomputer, with 57 points.
United’s form has also been analyzed by a computer, which has given them an 18% chance of qualifying for the Champions League.
Tottenham and Arsenal are expected to finish the season with 66 and 61 points, respectively, pipping United to fourth and fifth place.
The north London duo’s chances of winning the league are bleak, with the supercomputer giving them 5% and 2% chances of Premier League glory, respectively.
Chelsea are expected to finish third, one point behind last season’s runners-up Liverpool, with 72 and 80 points, respectively.
Their chances of winning the league are significantly higher than United’s and Arsenal’s, with the supercomputer giving them 11 and 30% chances of becoming English champions, respectively.
Manchester City, unsurprisingly, leads the table with 85 points and a 48% chance of retaining their title.
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Despite significant investment from the Saudi Public Investment Fund, Newcastle are expected to finish 13th with 47 points.
The Magpies, on the other hand, have been given a 76% chance of avoiding relegation.
The table isn’t looking good for newly promoted Fulham, Bournemouth, or Nottingham Forest.
The trio have all been predicted to return to the English Premier League after only a year in the top flight.
Fulham are expected to finish 18th in the table with 36 points, four points behind 17th-placed Southampton.
Bournemouth will finish with the same number of points as Liverpool but will finish 19th on goal difference.
And Forest are expected to finish bottom of the Premier League for the first time in nearly 30 years, with 35 points.
The new Premier League season begins on Friday evening.
Arsenal, who are chasing the Champions League, will begin the new season with a difficult trip to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace.
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