A supercomputer forecasts the final Premier League top four for 2022-23 ahead of Arsenal’s match against Manchester United.
Arsenal will play Manchester United in their next Premier League game on Sunday (January 22), and their fans will be happy. According to a simulation done by a supercomputer at BettingExpert, the Gunners will win the Premier League in 2022-23.
The algorithm predicts that Arsenal will win with 87 points, six more than their nearest challenger, Manchester City.
The Cityzens have been a formidable force in recent Premier League seasons, winning four of the last five titles. They are projected to fall behind Mikel Arteta’s men and finish second this season.
According to the supercomputer, Manchester United will finish third and Newcastle United will finish fourth.
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The Red Devils are expected to win with 74 points and relegate the Magpies to the final Champions League position. Chelsea and Liverpool are expected to be eliminated from Europe’s elite club competition outright.
Arsenal presently lead Manchester City by eight points. This is due in part to Manchester United, who are coming off a victory against their crosstown rivals and reigning champions, Manchester City.
While football is notoriously difficult to predict, the prediction does not appear to be off the mark based on the performances of the clubs listed.
Arsenal will want to maintain their lead until the conclusion of the season, as they continue to look like champions with each passing game. Meanwhile, both Manchester clubs will try to defy expectations by overtaking Arteta’s men.
Arsenal must be cautious of disciplinary concerns when they meet Manchester United.
Arsenal will have reached the halfway mark of their Premier League season when they meet Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
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Arteta, on the other hand, will be concerned about potential disciplinary sanctions, since Gabriel, William Saliba, and Bukayo Saka might all face an automatic one-match suspension.
All three players have received four yellow cards thus far and will need to stay out of the referee’s book for as long as possible Other players with yellow cards include Ben White, Granit Xhaka, and Martin Odegaard, all with three each.
Arteta may have to deal with a selection scenario in their upcoming league games if they do not maintain discipline against Manchester United.