Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table after Arsenal's dramatic win over Man Utd | The Sun

A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the final Premier League table.

That’s after Arsenal’s dramatic win over fierce rivals Manchester United on Sunday.

The Gunners left it late to fire in two goals against Erik ten Hag’s visitors, sealing a 3-1 win victory at the Emirates.

However, & supercomputer BETSiE has neither Arsenal or United down to win the title.

That honour belongs to Manchester City, who have already won the last three seasons.

Should they go on to success this term, it would result in a record fourth straight Premier League crown.


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But there is some good news for Arsenal, who are predicted to come second — albeit nearly ten points behind City.

Third place belongs to Liverpool, who are unbeaten in their last 15 league matches.

And United are tipped to come fourth despite the latest drama between Jadon Sancho and Ten Hag.

Meanwhile, the battle for the final European spots is a fierce one.

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And it’s Newcastle and Tottenham who are tipped to clinch the two Europa League places.

As for the Conference League spot, billion dollar babies Chelsea are expected to finish seventh.

Brighton, Aston Villa and West Ham are left trailing in Chelsea’s wake to round off the top half of the table.

And as we go into the lower levels, it’s Brentford, Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest who are the best of the rest.

The relegation battle begins to heat up now, with Wolves and Fulham tipped to eventually survive.

Meanwhile, Burnley, Bournemouth and Everton are predicted to have a fearsome scrap for the remaining two Premier League spots.

But it’s the Toffees who are tipped to narrowly miss out and head down into the Championship.

Finally, Luton Town are expected to drop back to the second tier following last season’s play-off final win.

And it’s Sheffield United who will prop up the table, with the supercomputer predicting them to win just six matches this term.

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