Supercomputer predicts Man United and Man City final Premier League positions in 2024/25

Erik ten Hag and Pep Guardiola
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Manchester United and Manchester City's final Premier League positions for next season have been predicted by a supercomputer.

The top-flight fixtures for the new campaign were confirmed on Tuesday morning. Erik ten Hag and Pep Guardiola will now both be busy looking ahead to the new season which gets underway in August.

United will kick off the season on Friday, August 16 with a home clash against Fulham at Old Trafford. The fixture will be broadcast on Sky Sports as part of their Friday Night Football coverage as the new season officially gets underway.

City will have to wait until Sunday, August 18 to begin their title defence. Guardiola and Co. will travel to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in their opening fixture.

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With the season's fixtures now confirmed, a supercomputer has attempted to predict how the final table will look by the time the campaign finishes next May. BonusCodeBets have used a simulation to provide a prediction of the final Premier League standings and where both United and City will finish.

According to the prediction, City will win the league title for the fifth consecutive season and the seventh time in Guardiola's reign. City are predicted to finish on 94 points, three ahead of runners-up Arsenal.

United have been tipped to finish fourth in the Premier League next season with 73 points, 21 behind City. The prediction will see United secure Champions League football for the following campaign - Aston Villa are tipped to finish third on 75 points.

City and United will meet in the Manchester derby on December 14 at the Etihad Stadium. The reverse fixture at Old Trafford will take place on April 5, although both fixtures are subject to change due to potential TV coverage.