Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table as Arsenal learn their fate after crushing win over Tottenham

A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the final Premier League table following Arsenal’s win at Spurs.

The Gunners remain top by a point after beating their bitter rivals 3-2 away from home.

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And with a favourable final three games on the horizon, Mikel Arteta will be fancying his chances of clinching a first title win since the Invincibles 20 years ago.

However, defending champs Man City still have a game in hand.

And boffins at Bettingexpert loaded up their supercomputer BETSiE before running its algorithm to predict the final outcome of this season’s Premier League table.

The final resting place of each side was revealed, including detailed numbers for games won and points gathered.

However, it was bad news for Arsenal.

They are predicted to finish second to Man City, who are tipped to win a record fourth consecutive title.

The Gunners look set to end the season with a better win and points tally than City.

But their loss total will be their undoing, with Pep Guardiola’s men bagging a few extra draws.


Completing the Champions League race are Liverpool and Aston Villa, with Tottenham tipped to narrowly miss out.

They are followed by Newcastle, who will apparently pip Manchester United to the Europa League.

It means the Europa Conference League awaits Erik ten Hag – or his replacement.

And it also spells disaster for Chelsea, tipped to come eighth and miss out on continental football entirely despite a £1billion spend.

Completing the top half are Bournemouth and West Ham, with Brighton and Wolves close behind.

The next positions go to Fulham, Crystal Palace, Everton and Brentford after they all confirmed their top-flight status.

Finally, in the relegation fight, Nottingham Forest are tipped to stay up at the expense of Luton and Burnley.

Meanwhile, Sheffield United will finish rock-bottom after their relegation was confirmed at the weekend.

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