Supercomputer makes huge Premier League title prediction ahead of Man City vs Arsenal
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A supercomputer has predicted who will win the Premier League title this season ahead of Manchester City’s crucial clash with Arsenal on Wednesday.
Arsenal blew a 2-0 lead against Liverpool earlier this month after the Reds fought back and snatched a point in their 2-2 draw at Anfield.
The Gunners then went on to bottle another 2-0 lead against West Ham at the London Stadium, with the Hammers picking up a point from the 2-2 draw.
Mikel Arteta’s men came from behind at the Emirates last week to secure a vital point in their 3-3 draw with relegation-threatened Southampton.
Arsenal haven’t won a Premier League match since their 4-1 thumping of Leeds at the Emirates at the beginning of the month.
BettingExpert has now used its BETSiE data machine to determine who will come out on top in the nail-biting Premier League title race between Arsenal and City.
The data machine used pre-season expectations, results and xG to predict the full Premier League table after simulating the remainder of the season 100,000 times.
According to the supercomputer, Arsenal will have to settle for second place as City will retain the Premier League crown this season.
Manchester United and Newcastle are predicted to secure the remaining two top-four spots, while Nottingham Forest, Southampton and Everton are expected to be relegated.
Posted below are the supercomputer’s predictions for the full Premier League table at the end of the 2022-23 season.
20. Nottingham Forest: 31.7 points
19. Southampton: 31.8 points
18. Everton: 33.4 points
17. Leeds United: 34.3 points
16. Leicester City: 36.2 points
15. Wolverhampton Wanderers: 39.5 points
14. Bournemouth: 40.5 points
13. West Ham United: 42.4 points
12. Crystal Palace: 46 points
11. Chelsea: 47.6 points
10. Brentford: 51.1 points
9. Fulham: 52.2 points
8. Aston Villa: 58.1 points
7. Tottenham Hotspur: 61.4 points
6. Liverpool: 62.7 points
5. Brighton and Hove Albion: 64.3 points (Europa League qualification)
4. Newcastle United: 72.5 points (Champions League qualification)
3. Manchester United: 72.9 points (Champions League qualification)
2. Arsenal: 85.3 points (Champions League qualification)
1. Manchester City: 86.6 points (Premier League champions/Champions League qualification)