Supercomputer predicts Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal title race outcome

Supercomputer predicts Arsenal title race outcome as Tottenham and Chelsea learn European fate

A supercomputer has predicted a final outcome for Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham in the Premier League table following the latest round of results. Victories for both Manchester City and Liverpool, ahead of their clash this weekend, has seen both teams continue their title charge with the Gunners closely behind.

Mikel Arteta’s side are in action on Monday evening against Sheffield United and three points will place them one behind Man City and two away from leaders Liverpool. Arsenal could even find themselves top of the table in just a few days if they beat the Blades and Brentford at Emirates Stadium this weekend, with their two title rivals facing off at Anfield.

Elsewhere, the race for European spots continues to intensify with Champions League qualification rivals Tottenham and Aston Villa winning late on at the weekend. Manchester United meanwhile, suffered back-to-back league defeats with rivals Manchester City coming from behind to win.

Newcastle and West Ham also picked up valuable wins, although both Brighton and Chelsea dropped points in their respective hunts to qualify for next season’s European competition. At the opposite end of the table, Luton Town, Nottingham Forest and Everton were among the relegation-threatened teams to suffer late defeats.

With the recent set of results in mind, a supercomputer, provided by OCB Scores, has pulled together how the Premier League table could look at the end of the season. Unfortunately for Arsenal, it will be title heartbreak with Jurgen Klopp backed to win the title in his final season at Liverpool on a tally of 86 points and Man City narrowly finishing second on 85

Then come Arsenal on 82 points with Arteta and his players at the very least securing a second consecutive Champions League spot. Aston Villa are tipped as the final team to make the top four, with a significant gap between Unai Emery’s side and Tottenham in fifth.

West Ham, Manchester United and Newcastle are all predicted to be above Chelsea with Mauricio Pochettino’s side claiming ninth on 56 points, and therefore not qualifying for European football. However, winning the FA Cup would give the Blues a place in the Europa League.

Luton, Burnley and Sheffield United, the three teams promoted from the Championship last season, are backed to make an immediate return as they fill the three relegation places.


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