Image of the Premier League's logo.

Now that the World Cup in Qatar has ended, the Premier League will make headlines again within a week’s time. It is time for the English football clubs to make a comeback in the media with the Premier League championships. 

Arsenal top the table after a formidable start to the season. So far, the Gunners have taken 37 points from a possible 42, demonstrating why they believe they are title contenders. Meanwhile, their main rivals, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, have had disappointing seasons. 

While Spurs have had one of their best starts under Antonio Conte, the fourth-placed side has been overshadowed by their north London rival. Graham Potter’s Blues, on the other hand, are struggling.

Of course, the break will have an effect on subsequent proceedings. The Gunners have lost their first-choice no.9 in Gabriel Jesus for at least a couple of months, whilst Manchester City’s Erling Haaland is still fit and firing. Furthermore, with the winter market approaching, there will be some movement in the transfer window. 

According to recent reports, Arsenal will back Arteta and sporting director Edu with more than £100 million in the January transfer window to beef up the team as Kroenke looks to extend the Gunners’ impressive season.

Predicted Premier League table by the supercomputer:

  1. Manchester City
  2. Arsenal
  3. Liverpool
  4. Tottenham Hotspur
  5. Newcastle United
  6. Manchester United
  7. Chelsea
  8. Brighton and Hove Albion
  9. Crystal Palace
  10. Aston Villa

However, keep in mind that during the World Cup, an Oxford University supercomputer predicted that Brazil would win the World Cup. However, as we all know, Argentina won it in the end. Hence, these predictions for the Premier League may not be as accurate as one might think. 

See also  Graham Potter playing a dangerous game

There were satire articles written that Oxford University is willing to sue Brazil for not proving their calculations right. In the end, sports is a genre that would be difficult to estimate and calculate due to the unpredictable human interference, and one might never know who would actually win. 

Here are more stories related to football.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.