Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table – so will Man Utd get top four and who will survive relegation battle? | The Sun

THE Premier League season is reaching its dramatic climax.

A thrilling title race, top four race and relegation dogfight took pivotal turns following the weekend's matches.

And now, a supercomputer has predicted how the final table will look with just two weeks to go.

Arsenal's 3-0 loss to Brighton did them no favours in the title race after Manchester City cruised to victory over Everton.

Meanwhile, Manchester United took a big step towards the Champions League after beating Wolves 2-0.

The pressure will now be on Liverpool to deliver against Leicester this evening if they hope to catch the Red Devils.


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Southampton's relegation from the top flight was also confirmed after a 2-0 loss to Fulham.

Draws for Leeds and Nottingham Forest against Newcastle and Chelsea respectively are keeping the bottom teams honest.

But what does the final table look like?

Well, using data provided by BETSiE from has predicted how the final table will look at the end of May 28.

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Here's how the table will look at the end of the season according to the supercomputer


At the top of the tree, City will cash in on their new lead to win the title over Arsenal by 5.2 points.

The top four will also see a change in the order, but not from the outside, with the computer predicting Man Utd to overtake Newcastle for third by the slimmest of margins – 0.1 points to be precise.

It means Liverpool are predicted to finish fifth, with Brighton joining them in the Europa League while Tottenham compete in the Europa Conference League as Aston Villa miss out on European football.

At the bottom, Leeds and Leicester are predicted to join the Saints in relegation to the Championship, with both sat roughly two points adrift from Everton and Nottingham Forest.

Midtable will also see a shake-up, with Chelsea set to drop into 12th at the expense of Crystal Palace.

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