Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table after Man City close gap on Arsenal… but who will come o… – The Sun

A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the final Premier League table.
And it’s Manchester City who are tipped to come out on top in their title battle with Arsenal.
The duo’s duel for dominance is one for the ages, with Mikel Arteta’s Gunners rising from nowhere to take top spot this term.
Stars including Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard have played key roles for an Arsenal side that has suffered just one league defeat.
However, the Gunners were held to a rare draw the other day by Newcastle.
And their lead has now been cut to just five points after rivals Man City scraped a 1-0 win at Chelsea on Thursday.
Pep Guardiola has won four of the last five Premier League titles.
But a supercomputer from mybettingsites predicts the Spaniard will make it five in six years by retaining English football’s top trophy.
The boffin machine reckons City are clear favourites to finish top of the pile thanks to their history of closing gaps.
And Arsenal are tipped to eventually blow their lead for a second-place finish.
As for the the other top four places, the supercomputer says Manchester United and Liverpool will be playing Champions League football next season.
Newcastle and Spurs will be in the Europa League, while Chelsea will have to settle for the Europa Conference League.
There’s good news for Brighton, Brentford and Fulham, who are now expected to secure top-half finishes.

As for the rest of the pack, it’s a tight battle to stay up in the Premier League.
But the supercomputer reckons that Everton, Southampton and Bournemouth will eventually drop down to the Championship.
That’s with Nottingham Forest, Wolves and Leeds narrowly avoiding relegation themselves.
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