Bad Champions League news for Newcastle in expected Premier League 23/24 finish - Liverpool & Man Utd problems

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The Premier League fixtures have been released and as the season opener edges closer, this is how Newcastle United and rivale are expected to fare.

Newcastle United are expected to miss out on Champions League qualification next season as Liverpool bounce back from a disappointing last campaign, but the Magpies should hold off any resurgence from Chelsea or Tottenham Hotspur.

That's according to bookmakers who are already starting to weigh up their thoughts on who will win the Premier League title and who is most likely to end up in a relegation battle.

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Newcastle United finished fourth in the top flight last season, their highest placing since 2003, and booked a place in the Champions League for the first time in 20 years.

Eddie Howe has overseen a revolution at St James' Park, making shrewd signings and transforming stars considered flops under Steve Bruce such as Joelinton and Miguel Almiron.

Transfer rumours for this summer are already rife with the club preparing to fight on multiple fronts in the season to come. The club has been heavily linked with a move for relegated Leicester City star James Maddison while reports of an offer for Inter man Nicolo Barella gathered pace on Wednesday evening.

Often, for clubs securing a place in Europe for the first time in a number of years, the burden of the fixture schedule can have a knock-on effect on league performance and Magpies fans will be hoping this isn't the case.

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Bookmakers do think Newcastle United will secure another season in Europe next year, although it looks more likely to be in the Europa League according to the odds.

A resurgent Liverpool could pose a problem for Newcastle United (Image: Getty Images)A resurgent Liverpool could pose a problem for Newcastle United (Image: Getty Images)
A resurgent Liverpool could pose a problem for Newcastle United (Image: Getty Images) | Getty Images

Here's where each Premier League side is expected to finish in the 2023/24 season:

  1. Manchester City - 8/15
  2. Liverpool 8/1
  3. Arsenal 9/1
  4. Manchester United 10/1
  5. Newcastle United 14/1
  6. Chelsea 16/1
  7. Tottenham Hotspur 40/1
  8. Brighton 50/1
  9. Aston Villa 150/1
  10. West Ham 250/1
  11. Brentford 500/1
  12. Crystal Palace 500/1
  13. Everton 500/1
  14. Fulham 500/1
  15. Wolves 500/1
  16. Burnley 1000/1
  17. Nottingham Forest 1000/1
  18. Bournemouth 1500/2
  19. Luton Town 2500/1
  20. Sheffield United 2500/1

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