Supercomputer prediction for Chelsea and other Premier League teams after the January signings
Chelsea’s future in the Premier League this year has been predicted by a supercomputer. This follows the Blues’ drool-inducing spending binge in the January transfer window.
Additionally, Todd Boehly gave Graham Potter money from the club’s war chest so he could greatly improve his team.
Joao Felix was taken on loan by Chelsea from Atletico Madrid. Chelsea also acquired Andrey Santos from Vasco da Gama and David Datro Fofana from Molde.
Chelsea also splashed out on the acquisitions of Benoit Badiashile from Monaco, Noni Madueke from PSV Eindhoven, and Malo Gusto from Lyon.
The expensive moves made by Chelsea included the purchase of Mykhailo Mudryk from Shakhtar Donetsk, who was a target for Arsenal.
The Blues completed their spending binge in January by breaking the British transfer record to sign Enzo Fernandez from Benfica for a staggering £107 million.
Chelsea won’t make the top four of the Premier League, according to BonusCodeBets’ supercomputer.
Potter’s team will finish in seventh place overall. Behind their London rivals Tottenham, they are currently ranked three spots higher.
The full Premier League standings at the season’s end are shown below, per the supercomputer.
20. Bournemouth (relegated)
19. Everton (relegated)
18. Southampton (relegated)
17. Nottingham Forest
16. Wolverhampton Wanderers
15. Leeds United
14. Leicester City
13. West Ham United
12. Crystal Palace
11. Aston Villa, number
8. Brighton and Hove Albion
6. Tottenham Hotspur
5. Liverpool (Europa League qualification)
4. Newcastle United (Champions League qualification)
3. Man Utd (Champions League qualification)
2. Manchester City (Champions League qualification)
1. Arsenal (champions of the Premier League and Champions League qualification)
“Our supercomputer’s earlier forecast that Arsenal would start to falter and finish below Manchester City has changed. It appears that the Gunners will maintain their lead, according to a BonusCodeBets representative.
“Manchester United is predicted to place third. The fourth-place prediction is for Newcastle, ahead of Liverpool in fifth and Tottenham in the sixth, which may come as a bit of a surprise.
“Southampton, Everton, and Bournemouth are expected to finish last in the standings.
“It will be interesting to see if things stay the same since Arsenal is currently leading the Premier League.”