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Final Premier League table predicted by simulation – and it’s bad news for Chelsea

Before the 2019/20 Premier League campaign was suspended, Chelsea had embarked on a decent run of form by going unbeaten in three league matches – including wins against Tottenham and Everton.

Frank Lampard’s side had suffered defeat to Manchester United for the second time this season, which has ignited the race for a top-four finish and Champions League football next term.

So, what’s going to happen when the Premier League resumes? Will Chelsea return to Europe’s elite competition? Will Manchester United continue their strong run of form?

We used Football Manager 2020 to predict how Chelsea will perform in their final ten Premier League matches – just for fun.

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Football Manager 2020 predicts final 2019/20 Premier League table

To set up this simulation, we got hold of a custom save game which had accurate results, league table and future fixtures as of March 13, 2020.

This meant we could simulate the rest of the season to see how the Premier League played out in the final few games of the season.

Check out the accurate league table below as of March 13 2020.

This is what happened when we simulated the rest of the games, with Arsenal hunting down a top six place.

Chelsea’s 2019/20 campaign predicted once Premier League season resumes

March 14 – Aston Villa vs Chelsea

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Goals from Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham saw Chelsea take the spoils at Villa Park.

March 21 – Chelsea vs Manchester City

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First-half goals from Bernardo Silva and Kevin De Bruyne condemned Chelsea to defeat against Man City.

April 4 – West Ham vs Chelsea

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Chelsea returned to winning ways against West Ham, with Willian and Michy Batshuayi on the scoresheet.

April 12 – Chelsea vs Watford

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The Blues made it back-to-back wins against Watford, with Batshuayi’s brace…

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