Tottenham above Arsenal, Chelsea below Manchester United and Nottingham Forest survive – talkSPORT Super Computer predicts final 2022/23 Premier League table

The 2022/23 Premier League season is fast-approaching and it’s going to be the biggest and best so far.

This will be the 30th campaign since its inception and we’ve come a long way.

Getty

The Premier League title is held by Man City after another stunning battle with

In 1992/93, Alan Shearer’s £3.3million transfer from Southampton to Blackburn was considered mega-money.

This summer Liverpool have spent £85million on Benfica forward Darwin Nunez and he’s looking set to be a huge hit.

He’s not the only big-name signing in a blockbuster summer transfer window with Norwegian goal machine Erling Haaland joining Man City, Raheem Sterling going to Chelsea, Richarlison heading to Tottenham from Everton, and Gabriel Jesus moving to Arsenal – and that’s just the forwards.

Jesus will be front and center in the opening match too as the Gunners clash with Crystal Palace, which you can watch with a NOW Sports membership.

Arsenal, with the signing of Jesus and more, are looking to break into the top four after missing out last term, but opponents Crystal Palace will be looking to progress again under Patrick Vieira after a promising first campaign at Selhurst Park.

Tottenham have the potential to make waves with manager Antonio Conte backed heavily in the transfer market, while Southampton have landed six stars as they look to revitalize the squad under Ralph Hasenhuttl.

NOW is ready when you are

  • You can stream the new football season for just £25 a month for 12 months, without a contract
  • For an extra £2, you can stream in HD and listen in Dolby Sound
  • Premier League, EFL, Women’s Super League and Scottish Premiership football are all available
  • You can choose between a day or a month NOW sports Membership
  • visit NOWTV.com or search NOW Sports

Offer ends 08/28. Visit nowtv.com or search NOW Sports. 18+. Stream over the internet. Terms apply.

Jesus looks set to be a key star for Arsenal after signing from Man City

Getty

Jesus looks set to be a key star for Arsenal after signing from Man City


Bissouma completed a move to Tottenham earlier in the window and the £25m fee has been branded a snip

Getty

Bissouma completed a move to Tottenham earlier in the window and the £25m fee has been branded a snip

Liverpool were cruelly denied another Premier League title last season due to Man City’s tremendous form and although they have lost superstar Sadio Mane, the arrival of Nunez and the impact of Luis Diaz last January appears to have them in a fine position.

But City themselves have, along with Haaland, landed new recruits Kalvin Phillips and Stefan Ortega, while Julian Alvarez has linked up with the club after joining in January.

Their city rivals Manchester United are looking to improve under Erik ten Hag with Lisandro Martinez, Christian Eriksen, and Tyrell Malacia arriving.

Martinez will hope he can win titles with Ten Hag like he did at Ajax

Getty

Martinez will hope he can win titles with Ten Hag like he did at Ajax

In the middle of the Premier League, West Ham, Newcastle, and Aston Villa are among the pack looking to gatecrash the European place should any of the ‘Big Six’ fail to impress.

Leicester, strangely, are yet to sign a senior player this summer but should have a strong enough squad to compete too.

Wolves are another side who haven’t made many additions, while an early injury to Raul Jimenez is already threatening to derail their season before it has even started.

Nottingham Forest and Leeds, on the other hand have been two of the busiest teams in the transfer market, landing 11 players and six, respectively.

The Tricky Trees will certainly be buoyed by the arrival of experienced star Jesse Lingard and on-loan England keeper Dean Henderson.

Lingard will want to prove himself at Nottingham Forest

Instagram / @jesselingard

Lingard will want to prove himself at Nottingham Forest

Unlike fellow promoted side Forest, though, Bournemouth have not added major additions, while Fulham have landed Kevin Mbabu and Joao Palhinha, among others to boost their survival hopes.

Everton, meanwhile, after last season’s struggles have added James Tarkowski which should bolster their squad.

But 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 results and the predicted table below…

talkSPORT’s 2022/23 final table prediction

  1. Manchester City
  2. Liverpool
  3. Tottenham
  4. Arsenal
  5. Man Utd
  6. Chelsea
  7. Newcastle United
  8. West Ham United
  9. Aston-Villa
  10. Brighton
  11. leicester city
  12. Crystal Palace
  13. Southampton
  14. wolves
  15. Leeds United
  16. Nottingham Forest
  17. Brentford
  18. Everton
  19. Fulham
  20. Bournemouth

Visit NOWTV.com or search NOW Sports to stream the new football season for just £25 a month for 12 months, without a contract.

For an extra £2, you can stream in HD and listen in Dolby Sound.

Offers Of The Day

Sky Bet: 50/1 for a shot on target in Crystal Palace v Arsenal* – CLAIM HERE

Paddy Power: Bet £5 via the talkSPORT EDGE app with Paddy Power and get a £5 free bet – available to all customers* – CLAIM HERE

Sky Bet: NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY. MIN/MAX STAKE £1. FREE BETS CREDITED ON TOP OF WINNINGS. FREE BETS CREDITED WITHIN 72 HOURS. 5 X £10 BET TOKENS. FREE BET STAKES NOT INCLUDED IN RETURNS. FREE BETS CANNOT BE USED ON VIRTUALS. FREE BETS ARE NOT WITHDRAWABLE. NO FREE BET EXPIRY. ELIGIBILITY RESTRICTIONS AND FURTHER T&CS APPLY.

Paddy Power: Place a £5 Sportsbook Bet through the talkSPORT EDGE app between the 1st and 31st August. Get a £5 free bet on the next Monday after your qualifying bet. T&C’s apply. 18+ Begambleaware.org

SEE MORE FREE BET OFFERS HERE

Leave a Comment