The Premier League is back and bigger than ever on talkSPORT.
We’re your destination for football on Saturday and have rights to broadcast games across three time slots – 12.30pm, 3pm and 5.30pm – getting you closer to the action before on GameDay.
It’s promising to be a thrilling campaign too as the top flight attempt to dethrone reigning champions Manchester City who play West Ham United live on talkSPORT at 12:30pm on Saturday, August 10.
Liverpool get the season under way on Friday, August 9 against promoted club Norwich City in a match which will see two German managers – Jurgen Klopp and Daniel Farke – go head-to-head.
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Meanwhile, on the first weekend, we also get a humongous clash between Chelsea and Manchester United to begin the top four race with a bang.
But just how will it all play out? We booted up the talkSPORT Super Computer to find out just what is going to happen. You can see the results and the predicted table below…
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20. Brighton & Hove Albion (relegated)
19. Sheffield United (relegated)
18. Newcastle United (relegated)
17. Crystal Palace
16. Aston Villa
15. Norwich City
10. Leicester City
9. Wolverhampton Wanderers
7. West Ham United
5. Arsenal (Europa League qualification)
4. Manchester United (Champions League qualification)
3. Tottenham Hotspur (Champions League qualification)
2. Liverpool (Champions League qualification)
The Super Computer thinks, once again, Liverpool will miss out on a Premier League title[/caption]
1. Manchester City (Premier League champions)
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