Surprisingly, Manchester United will not qualify for the Champions League next season despite their recent win against West Ham. Recently a supercomputer has revealed this prediction. The Red Devils rose to fourth on the log, but have played more matches than Arsenal, and Tottenham. Those 2 sides occupy sixth and seventh positions on the table. The Asian bookie Vwin99 Covered round 23 of the premier league matches. And, according to the supercomputer, Ralf Rangnick’s struggling side will end the season in 6th position.
Well, this content will discuss and predict the Premier League table through and through. Let’s find out which side are gonna secure the CL spots and which team will lift the title. It will also reveal, which sides will head back to the Championship.
The Supercomputer’s Prediction about the Title Race:
Man City and Liverpool are most likely to occupy the top two positions. Although there will be a strong push from Chelsea, who beat Tottenham 2-0 in the London derby on Sunday.
The supercomputer predicts that City will retain their title, while the All Reds will finish one place behind them. City drew 1-1 with their bogey side Southampton on Saturday. On the contrary, Liverpool saw off Crystal Palace 3-1 despite missing leading scorer Mo Salah and Sadio Mane.
Which Sides are Most Likely to Finish in Top 4 (Apart from City and Liverpool)?
Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, and West Ham are vying for the two remaining UCL slots, with the latter expected to fall out. There were defeats for both Spurs and West Ham, but the former have an edge, having played fewer matches than the rest of the chasing pack. Spurs are doing well under Antonio Conte and the supercomputer backs them to beat the Hammers to gain 4th place in the end.
What was the Supercomputer’s say about Arsenal?
It is not the best news for Arsenal either. The Gunners enjoyed a great run of form before losing to leaders City. While, their recent home draw against bottom-placed Burnley will do them no good. However, many feel they will return to Europe’s elite in the near future, given Arteta’s assembly of young enterprising players. The supercomputer predicts a fifth-place finish for Arsenal. But it should be a welcome prospect for the Emirates Stadium based side, considering the mediocre 8th-place finish last season.
Predictions for the other spots:
The top half of the standings is made up of the Hammers in seventh, Wolves in eighth, Leicester in ninth, and Brighton in tenth.
Aston Villa, who are enjoying life under new boss Steven Gerrard will miss out on the top 10 slots to finish 11th. Crystal Palace (12th), Southampton (13th), and Leeds (14th) are all likely to avoid relegation. And the scenario leaves six clubs fighting for survival.
Battle to Avoid Relegation:
Despite winning their most recent game to pull within a point of safety, Norwich are firm favorites to finish bottom of the league. Norwich are currently outside the relegation zone for the first time in the season. But the Canaries have played more games than all the three teams trailing them.
However, the supercomputer predicts Burnley, who are currently the last place holder in the table, to finish in 19th place. They are, however, only three points away from safety with two games remaining.
Watford are one point above the relegation zone and are expected to return to the Championship.
Newcastle’s final Premier League placing is perhaps the biggest surprise, with the supercomputer giving them a 17th-place finish. Despite their recent upturn in fortunes, the Magpies are battling relegation. They have won only one game all season while completing more fixtures than their opponents.
Brentford, who are having a fantastic debut season in the Premier League, are predicted to finish 15th. While Everton, who are without a manager, will finish 16th, says the supercomputer. To know about Top 10 Football Managers in the World !
Champion: Manchester City.
UCL Spots: Chelsea, Tottenham.
UEL Spots: Arsenal, Manchester United.
UECL Spot: West Ham.
Upper Mid Table Spots: Wolves, Leicester, Brighton.
Lower Mid Table Spots: Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Southampton, Leeds.
15th, 16th, 17th Spots: Brentford, Everton, Newcastle.
Relegated Sides: Watford, Burnley, Norwich.