Supercomputer’s final Premier League table predicts enthralling end to season

The supercomputer has provided what it believes will be the Premier League table at the end of the season.

Football Web Pages’ sophisticated model has weighed up all the components and laid out what it feels to be the final 20 positions by the final round. Liverpool’s draw with Tottenham meant that the title is now in the hands of Manchester City, who recently demolished Newcastle at the Eithad 5-0.

The Citizens have been at the top of the Premier League table for most of the season – but the Reds’ form this year had them looking behind a fair bit. Despite the final scares, the supercomputer expects that Man City will be crowned champions, with three points between them and Jurgen Klopp’s men.

Elsewhere, the supercomputer has predicted that Tottenham will manage to secure a top-four over their fiercest rivals Arsenal. The pair play at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium on Thursday evening, in what’s sure to be a crucial encounter. The Gunners will instead find themselves in a Europa League spot along with West Ham, who will make sixth according to the supercomputer.

Under them in seventh will be Manchester United, who manage to match the Hammers but fall beneath them on goal difference. Newcastle fall to 14th place despite at one point reaching ninth in the table. Brentford, Aston Villa, and Crystal Palace each come ahead of the Magpies.

At the bottom of the table, Everton climb to 15th and even leapfrog Southampton, who make one below the Toffees. In the relegation scrap, Burnley survive and stay in the Premier League for another season, meaning it’s Leeds who fall to the Championship, along with already-relegated Norwich and Watford.

The supercomputer Premier League table in full

  1. Manchester City – 95 points

  2. Liverpool – 92 points

  3. Chelsea – 76 points

  4. Tottenham – 71 points

  5. Arsenal – 70 points

  6. West Ham – 58 points

  7. Manchester United – 58 points (West Ham with +GD10 more)

  8. Wolves – 53 points

  9. Brighton – 50 points

  10. Leicester City – 49 points

  11. Crystal Palace – 48 points

  12. Aston Villa – 47 points

  13. Brentford – 46 points

  14. Newcastle – 44 points

  15. Everton – 42 points

  16. Southampton – 40 points

  17. Burnley – 37 points

  18. Leeds – 34 points

  19. Watford – 24 points

  20. Norwich City – 21 points

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