Supercomputer predicts final Premier League standings – with Arsenal announcing worse

Arsenal’s poor start to the season has finally worsened, and the Premier League supercomputer predicts that the Gunners will only escape relegation.

That makes for a better reading for Liverpool, who have been tipped to keep the Premier League title with the team that Jurgen Klopp’s men sat at the top of the table for Christmas with a four-point difference from their nearest rival.

Chelsea, who are currently fifth, should earn last place in the Champions League qualifiers, skipping Everton.

From the current three undersides, Sheffield United and West Brom predict a drop, while Fulham is a tip for a successful second half of the season.



The Premier League supercomputer tipped Arsenal to finish in 16th place

Scott Parker’s team is currently in 18th place, but, according to supercomputer Bettingexpert.com, they will eventually finish more than Arsenal in 16th place.

Burnley have been selected as the second side to come down this season, while the top three will remain the same with Liverpool at the top of the table, Leicester finishing second and United third.

Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham have a tip to finish seventh and Southampton have skipped them to sixth.



Liverpool are expected to retain their Premier League titles

Manchester City had a bad season by their standards, and Pep Guardiola’s team is currently eighth and is expected to stay there.

Newcastle are expected to fall a few places to 14th, while Brighton will stay on the skin of teeth, finishing in 17th.

Here is the full table predicted by the supercomputer.

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Premier League 20/21 table provided

1. Liverpool

2. Leicester City

3. Manchester United

4. Chelsea

5. Everton

6. Southampton

7. Tottenham Hotspur

8. Manchester City

9. Aston Villa

10. Wolves

11. West Ham

12. Crystal Palace

13. Leeds United

14. Newcastle United

15. Fulham

16. Arsenal

17. Brighton and Hove Albion

18. Burnley

19. Sheffield United

20. West Bromwich Albion

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