Supercomputer predicts title winner from Man City or Liverpool, if Arsenal claim top four and Leeds' survival hopesMay 17, 2022
MANCHESTER CITY will win the Premier League for the sixth time in a decade, fending off the challenge from Liverpool – a supercomputer has predicted.
Four points separate table toppers City from second place Liverpool, although Jurgen Klopp's men do have a game in hand.
And should Klopp's domestic double winners beat Southampton on Tuesday, they'll go one point behind City heading into the final game of the season.
However, according to SBK, City are expected to hold their nerve against Aston Villa and win the Prem.
Chelsea are also predicted to hold onto their third place spot.
Tottenham are set to win the top-four tug of war with North London rivals Arsenal.
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The Gunners slipped up on Monday with a 2-0 loss to Newcastle, leaving Spurs needing just one point to finish fourth.
A battle for the final Europa League spot will also go down to the last day.
West Ham are hoping Crystal Palace beat or hold Manchester United to a draw to give them a chance of seizing sixth.
But the happy Hammers will have to overcome Brighton, who they have never beaten in the Premier League.
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And so, the computers reckons United will finish sixth and West Ham will settle for Europa Conference League football next term.
Wolves followed by Leicester and Brighton are expected to make up the rest of the top ten.
Crystal Palace, Brentford, Aston Villa, Newcastle and Southampton are expected to pack out mid-table.
With Norwich and Watford already relegated, it leaves just one more spot in the drop zone.
The supercomputer is tipping LEEDS to go down to the Championship while Burnley and Everton survive… just about.
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