Final Premier League table: Where Newcastle United, West Ham & Man United are tipped to finish

Final Premier League 2023-24 table predicted: Where Newcastle United, West Ham United & Manchester United are tipped to finish.

Newcastle United currently sit eighth in the Premier League table - but where are Eddie Howe's side expected to finish come May?

The Magpies moved to within one point of seventh placed West Ham United after claiming a dramatic victory over David Moyes' side on Saturday afternoon.

United trailed 3-1 after Michail Antonio, Mohammed Kudus and Jarrod Bowen cancelled out Alexander Isak's opening penalty but another spot-kick from the Swede and a brace from substitute Harvey Barnes completed a stunning comeback.

It keeps Newcastle's European qualification hopes firmly alive ahead of welcoming Everton to St James' Park on Tuesday night.

“I hope it gives us renewed confidence and hope, and a real positive lift," said Howe. "I don’t like to think back too much, but at that moment when we’re 3-1 down, that would have been a difficult afternoon to take, especially when we have the ten games that we’ve talked about internally in terms of wanting to do well in those matches.

"We feel we still have an opportunity to make something of our season. It would have been difficult to do that from that position, so hopefully it gives everybody a lift, not just us, but externally as well. I thought the crowd were magnificent for us at 3-1. They stayed with us, and I think they carried us over the line at the end."

As well as West Ham and Newcastle, Manchester United, Brighton and Hove Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Chelsea also hold their own European aspirations.

How will the Premier League table look come the end of the season? Using their calculations, FootballWP have predicted where each club will finish.

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