The Supercomputer predicts the title race will go right down to the wire

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A supercomputer has predicted the final standings of the Premier League this season, including the top four race and relegation battle.

It’s delivering positive news for Arsenal fans as the Gunners dominate the top spot after defeating Chelsea 5-0 at the Emirates.

So in the latest crunching of numbers, it’s looking good for Gooners.


BonusCodeBets’ SuperComputer works as a probability model, predicting the match outcome of every Premier League game.

It predicts the outcome of each remaining fixture based on various factors such as current team position, strength, and form.


According to its latest projections, Arsenal is expected to finish first with 85 points, closely followed by defending champions Manchester City.

Liverpool would also miss out by the same margin while Aston Villa is anticipated to get their first taste of a top-four finish and Champions League football.

Missing out on Europe’s elite would be Tottenham and Newcastle.

Manchester United is forecasted to finish seventh, potentially leading to manager Erik ten Hag’s dismissal.

Chelsea fans may be disappointed as the Blues are predicted to come in at 11th, not far off their worst-ever Prem finish of 14th in 1994.

It would mean West Ham, Fulham, and Brighton all finishing above the West Londoners.

The relegation battle sees Sheffield United, Burnley, and Luton facing the drop, while Nottingham Forest narrowly avoids relegation despite a four-point deduction in March for financial rule violations.

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