This is where Newcastle United will finish in the Premier League table - according to Football Manager 2020

Ahead of its November 19 release date, we've been test-driving Football Manager 2020, the latest edition in the sports-strategy series.

Thursday, 7th November 2019, 12:00 pm
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 06: Steve Bruce, Manager of Newcastle United celebrates his teams opening goal during the Premier League match between Newcastle United and Manchester United at St. James Park on October 06, 2019 in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

We put the popular video game into auto-pilot mode – and simulated Newcastle United's current Premier League campaign. Click and scroll through the pages to see where Steve Bruce's men finished:

P38 W26 D8 L4 GD+50 = 86 PTS
P38 W24 D10 L4 GD+48 = 82 PTS

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P38 W25 D5 L8 GD+35 = 80 PTS
P38 W23 D8 L7 GD+29 = 77 PTS
P38 W20 D11 L7 GD+24 = 71 PTS
P38 W16 D10 L12 GD+48 = 58 PTS
P38 W15 D12 L11 GD+4 = 58 PTS
P38 W14 D8 L16 GD-11 = 50 PTS
P38 W11 D16 L11 GD+1 = 49 PTS
P38 W12 D10 L16 GD+4 = 46 PTS
P38 W12 D10 L16 GD-10 = 46 PTS
P38 W10 D12 L16 GD-10 = 42 PTS
P38 W11 D6 L21 GD-17 = 39 PTS
P38 W9 D9 L20 GD-28 = 36 PTS
P38 W8 D9 L21 GD-29 = 33 PTS
P38 W6 D12 L20 GD-25 = 30 PTS
P38 W6 D12 L20 GD-25 = 30 PTS
P38 W5 D14 L19 GD-28 = 29 PTS
P38 W4 D15 L19 GD-29 = 27 PTS