THE Premier League title race took yet another twist this weekend as Arsenal's lead over Manchester City was cut to just six points.
Pep Guardiola's chasers emphatically beat Southampton 4-1 on Saturday before Arsenal visited Liverpool.
The Gunners had been two goals to the good after a stunning opening 30 minutes.
However, a famous win was snatched from their grasp as Liverpool mounted a thrilling late comeback to draw 2-2.
Following the result, bettingexpert.com has predicted who will emerge as the season's champion.
And, according to their supercomputer, it will be heartbreak for Man City.
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This is because Arsenal are set to win the league title with an agonising one-point gap.
It means the Gunners will see their current six-point gap to City dramatically reduce for a thrilling title run-in.
Further down the table, Newcastle and Manchester United have been projected to hold on to their current positions in the top four.
Their status is also set to be achieved with some decent wriggle room to fifth place Tottenham, who will finish seven points shy of fourth place Man Utd.
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The remaining two European spots will be claimed by Brighton and Liverpool.
It will mean Brighton will embark on their first European campaign, while Liverpool will be making their debut in the Europa Conference League.
Further down the table, struggling Chelsea are predicted to have their worst Premier League season since 1996, finishing all the way down in 11th.
In terms of relegation, Leicester, Nottingham Forest and Southampton are the unfortunate trio set to become the Championship's newest arrivals.
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