Supercomputer predicts final Premier League standings after City close gap on Arsenal

A super­com­put­er pre­dict­ed the final stand­ings of the Pre­mier League.

And Man­ches­ter City are well posi­tioned in the title race against Arsenal.

The Gun­ners, led by Mikel Arte­ta, came out of nowhere to top the table.

Star play­ers such as Bukayo Saka and Mar­tin Ode­gaard are key play­ers for Arse­nal, who have only lost one league game.

How­ev­er, the Gun­ners were held to a draw by Newcastle.

And rivals Man­ches­ter City beat Chelsea 1–0 on Thurs­day to cut that lead to just five points.

Pep Guardi­o­la has won four of the last five Pre­mier League titles.

But the mybet­tingsites super­com­put­er pre­dicts that the Spaniard will win it five times in six years by retain­ing Eng­lish foot­bal­l’s top trophy.

It turned out that City were the favourites.

Arse­nal, on the oth­er hand, could lose the lead and fin­ish second.

As for the oth­er top four, Super­com­put­er says Man­ches­ter Unit­ed and Liv­er­pool will play in the Cham­pi­ons League next season.

New­cas­tle and Spurs will play in the Europa League, while Chelsea will play in the Euro­pean Con­fer­ence League.

Good news for Brighton, Brent­ford and Ful­ham, who are expect­ed to fin­ish well.

In addi­tion, the Pre­mier League rel­e­ga­tion bat­tle is antagonizing.

How­ev­er, the super­com­put­er pre­dicts Ever­ton, Southamp­ton and Bournemouth will be rel­e­gat­ed to the championship.

Not­ting­ham For­est, Wolves and Leeds will nar­row­ly escape relegation.

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