Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table with Man City winning title and Man Utd missing out on top four


A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the final Premier League table… and it’s not good news for Manchester United.

The English top flight is heading into the last three months of the campaign – with clubs facing a remaining 15 or 16 league games.

Manchester City are tipped to win a fifth Premier League title in six seasonsGetty

Manchester United look set to miss out on the top fourGetty

It is wide open at both the top and bottom of the table, with just two points separating the top three and three points separating 15th from 18th.

But Betfred have attempted to cut through the uncertainties by working out what they believe will be the final table.

They have taken the average points amassed by clubs across their last 10 run-ins – with Luton’s based on the average of the lowest three teams – to decipher what the table will look like come May.

It will be no surprise to fans that Manchester City are predicted to win the league for a fifth time in six seasons, beating current table toppers Liverpool by just two points.

Arsenal are tipped for third place despite their win over Liverpool at the weekend, with Tottenham six points adrift of their North London rivals in fourth.

That means Man Utd could miss out on Champions League football as they come in fifth, four points above Unai Emery’s Aston Villa – who are set to slip from fourth to sixth.

Fifth may still secure Champions League qualification dependent on England’s co-efficient come the end of the campaign – which will be impacted by Premier League teams’ performances in Europe this season.

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Chelsea, West Ham, Newcastle and Brighton make up the rest of the top half.

But down the bottom it is expected to be remarkably close as the final relegation place is tipped to be decided by goal difference.

Sheffield United and Burnley are expected to return to the Championship with points totals of 27 and 30 respectively.

Everton are predicted to climb out of the bottom three and finish in 15th place.

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But the supercomputer’s calculations have determined that Nuno Espirito Santo’s Nottingham Forest will drop into the bottom three.

As per the data, The Tricky Trees will finish level on 35 points with Luton but be relegated due to their goal difference.

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