Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table as Man Utd learn their fate and champions finally revealed


A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted how the Premier League table will look after the final day of the season.

The title is still up for grabs as Arsenal could leapfrog Manchester City with a win over Everton.

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Arsenal will have to settle for secondGetty

Manchester United will finish in 8th placeAlamy

The Gunners will be relying on Declan Rice‘s former side West Ham to do them a favour at the Etihad Stadium.

However, the Supercomputer at is predicting that Pep Guardiola‘s side will make it a record four titles in a row.

It has given Man City a 70.2% chance of beating the Hammers, while there is only a 12.4% chance of an away shock win.

This means that it will be consecutive second-place finishes for Mikel Arteta and another year without silverware.

Although, at least the Gunners are back to end the season on a high with a 69.3% chance of beating the Toffees.

Further down the table it looks to be bad news for Manchester United.

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The Red Devils have been backed to lose against Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex.

That, coupled with wins for Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur, will see Erik Ten Hag‘s side finish in 8th place.


This means the club’s only chance of qualifying for Europe next season will be beating Man City in the FA Cup final.

There is not expected to be any drama at the bottom of the table with two clubs already confirmed to be relegated.

Sheffield United and Burnley are already down, while Luton Town needs a miracle to stay up.

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The Hatters will needs to beat Fulham and Nottingham Forest to lose to Burnley as well as a 12-goal swing.

However, the Supercomputer is not predicting such drama and expects Forest to stay in the Premier League for a third consecutive season.

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