Supercomputer predicts Premier League final table – but which two of Everton, Leicester and Leeds are tipped to go down?


WE know who’s won the crown, but who’s going down?

A supercomputer reckons Leicester and Leeds will be relegated alongside Southampton in Sunday’s Premier League finale, meaning Everton survive.

Sean Dyche is tipped to keep Everton up after taking over in JanuaryPA

Most of the key action n Sunday will be in the bottom four of the table and here’s the verdict on how it will all end up

But Sean Dyche’s Toffees will surely still need a reboot next season even if they do stay up.

And whatever the computer says, it will be a mega fright this weekend for all three clubs battling to avoid joining the Saints in the Championship.

Everton are two points clear of the drop zone on 33 as they face sixth-bottom Bournemouth at Goodison Park.

Leicester and Leeds are locked on 31 points and both are also at home.

The Foxes take on West Ham while Leeds entertain wobbly Tottenham.

At the other end of the table, most of the interest centres on the two-horse race for third place as Arsenal are well clear in second behind champions Manchester City.

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Erik ten Hag’s United will hope home advantage against Fulham extends their two-point lead over Newcastle to an uncatchable margin of five.

But Eddie Howe’s Magpies can keep up the pressure as they visit demoralised Chelsea – and have a goal difference of PLUS 19 better than the Red Devils.


However, supporters in the North East might feel the supercomputer needs a Toon up – as it’s predicting United to retain third position.

The machine also believes Aston Villa will hold onto seventh place – earning a spot in the Europa Conference League.

That would be another big blow for Spurs and especially their main man Harry Kane – with Brentford also just missing out.

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Villa host Brighton with a one-point cushion from Tottenham and two from Brentford.

But no matter what the rights or wrongs of the supercomputer’s predictions, Sunday is going to be a data remember!

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