Premier League supercomputer predicted final table that will make the joy of the Coventry City fans

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Coventry City’s triumphant season may be over, but who they will play in their first season in the Championship is not yet decided. And many Sky Blues fans will have more than passing interest in the winners and losers of the Premier League football is back this week with all of the final 92 matches televised live on TELEVISION.

Top-flight clubs start to the finish of their respective seasons starting Wednesday, Aston Villa and Sheffield United get the campaign back underway.

City fierce Midland rivals are currently second from bottom, three points from safety with ten games to save themselves from the fall.

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Failure to do so would see Coventry renew hostilities on the field with Villa for the first time since the Birmingham side consigned the Sky Blues to the drop in 2001, putting an end to the 34 proud years in English football’s top table.

It is a mouth-watering prospect for the Coventry supporters who only the local derby as the feature in their first season in the second division.

There is still a long way to go to get to this point, but renowned, the data analysts, FiveThirtyEight evaluated the rest of the fixtures, and process the data in order to predict how the final standings will look like.

And at the bottom end of the table, Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Norwich are expected to suffer relegation to the Championship, with West Ham, Watford and Brighton, narrowly avoiding the fall.



Gary Breen takes on Aston Villa’s Darius Vassell, in May 2001, the last time the Sky Blues played against their fierce Midland rivals

You can see all of the predictions below.

2019/20 predicted Premier League table

1. Liverpool – 101 points

2. Man City – 81 points

3. Leicester – 67 points

4. Chelsea – 64 points

5. Manchester United – 62 points

6. Wolves – 57 points

7. Sheffield United – 55 points

8. Tottenham – 55 points

9. Arsenal – 53 points

10. Everton – 51 points

11. Burnley – 49 points

12. Crystal Palace – 48 points

13. Southampton – 44 points

14. Newcastle – 44 points

15. Brighton – 39 points

16. Watford – 39 points

17. West Ham – 38 points

18. Bournemouth – 36 points

19. Aston Villa – 34 points

20. Norwich – 30 points



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