Manchester City will beat Liverpool to the Premier League title, not my opinion but that of a supercomputer who thinks the reigning champions will defend their championship by just one point.
We're in the midst of one of the great Premier League title races. It's enhanced by the fact we haven't had a proper tight race in a good few years with Manchester City, Chelsea and Leicester City sauntering away with the trophy in the last three years.
There's just nine games left of the season, time flies whilst the seasons on, and City are just one point clear of Liverpool right now, having only recently reeled in a seven point deficit to overtake their rivals.
Until a few weeks ago Spurs were still in the title race too but the north London side but Mauricio Pochettino's side have picked up just one point in the past three games.
On Saturday Pep Guardiola's side take on Watford before Liverpool face Burnley on Sunday with the chance to go four points clear momentarily and put pressure on Jurgen Klopp's team.
But who will end the season on top? Well science is here to help with Football Web Page's 'supercomputer', via the Mirror, saying that City will keep their one point advantage at the top of the table to keep hold of the title:
Will the Premier League table look like this in May? Image: PA Images
Poor Liverpool, missing out on the title by one point will be hard to take, but for the neutral it's exciting to know the race will go down to the last day- unless City are due to lose on the last day of the season after going into it four points ahead, but shush.
Manchester United fans will be happy, not just because Liverpool won't be lifting the title, as they're apparently due to finish fourth, beating both Arsenal and Chelsea by a point.
Neil Warnock won't like what he sees. Image: PA Images
At the bottom of the table it's no surprise to see Huddersfield and Fulham getting relegated and they will be joined by Cardiff City.
Neil Warnock's side currently sit in the bottom three but right now they're on 25 points and only two points from safety, the supercomputer thinks they'll only pick up two more points in the next nine games, harsh!- Especially that now the win over West Ham has already put them on 28 points.
Will the computer be correct or will Liverpool manage to overcome science?
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