This is where Brighton, West Ham and Crystal Palace are expected to end in 2021/22
Albion finished 16th last season despite a number of eye-catching displays against some of the biggest teams in the division.
So far this summer has been dominated by the transfer saga that led to Ben White’s exit from the club, but there have also been some positive additions, including midfielder Enock Mwepu, who joined RB. Salzburg.
But will the Seagulls be able to aim higher under Graham Potter this quarter?
The boffins calculated the numbers by looking at each club’s most realistic result in the Premier League this quarter and the odds they will achieve it – and in doing so, compiled a comprehensive table predicting the final standings of the elite.
Click and scroll through the pages below to see the result below…