Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table of 2021-22 as Man Utd claw way into top four and Arsenal miss out
A BOFFIN Premier League supercomputer predicts that Manchester United will claw a top four finish this season.
But fierce rivals Manchester City will end up as Premier League champions for the second year running.
According to bettingexpert.com, City are 1/2 favourites to take the title after demolishing Leeds 7-0 last night.
And the supercomputer predicts Pep Guardiola’s men will indeed finish in top spot come the end of the season.
City will apparently come in ahead of Liverpool, who end in second but are still in with a shot at 3/1 to be eventual champions.
Chelsea are a bit behind at 6/1, and the supercomputer believes they will fall short with a third-place finish.
As for the top four battle, it's a four-horse race between United, Spurs, West Ham and Arsenal.
But it’s the Red Devils set to come out on top after sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and replacing him with Ralf Rangnick.
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They will apparently pip Spurs to the spot, with West Ham also nabbing a Europa League spot and Arsenal qualifying for the Conference League.
They are then followed in the predicted standings by Leicester, Aston Villa and Brighton in the top half.
Wolves, Crystal Palace and Everton are next in line, with plucky Brentford beating the drop with a 14th-place finish.
Southampton, Leeds and Burnley are also predicted to survive this season.
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But it’s bad news for Watford, who are tipped to go down.
Moneybags Newcastle are also facing a year in the Championship despite their Saudi billions.
And it is set to be Norwich propping up the table as they cement their status as a modern-day yoyo club.
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