Supercomputer predicts who will land last Champions League spot

Supercomputer predicts who will land last Champions League spot with Man Utd hopeful after Villa and Spurs drop points

THE supercomputer is back and this time it has predicted who will land the last Champions League spot.

Currently, Aston Villa are in the fourth spot in the Premier League but Tottenham and Manchester United are also chasing down Unai Emery’s side.

Tottenham dropped points after being thrashed 3-0 against Fulham while Aston Villa struggled to only secure a point against West Ham.

Whereas Manchester United had a terrific extra-time victory against Liverpool in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Sunday.

Fans are now second-guessing who is going to land that final guaranteed Champions League spot this season.

And the Bettingexpert’s supercomputer, BETSiE, has run the numbers from last season, pre-season and the current season to see how the title race will unfold.

Villa are set to hold onto their Champions League spot while Tottenham and United must settle for a Europa League spot as they are set to finish fifth and sixth respectively.

There is still some hope for Tottenham though – as it’s possible the Premier League will be awarded FIVE places in the Champions League which would mean they qualify.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are set to make an impressive comeback to finish seventh and snap up the last European spot.

And for Mikel Arteta Arsenal will end their trophy drought as they are in line to finally secure the Premier League title.

This will ruin Jurgen Klopp’s grand farewell as the German boss will leave Anfield and the end of the season.

But now it looks that the league title will also be out of their reach leaving them to fight for Europa League victory.

On the other end of the table, Nottingham Forest have slumped into the relegation zone after being slapped with a four-point reduction for breaching Profit and Sustainability Rules.

And now Forest’s relegation probability has increased from 5.6 per cent (before deduction) to 22.7 per cent.

But Nuno Espirto Santo’s side are tipped to avoid demotion by four points with Luton projected to finish below them at 18th.



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