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Supercomputer Predicts The Full Premier League Table After Manchester United’s 3-2 Comeback Win

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Supercomputer Predicts The Full Premier League Table After Manchester United’s 3-2 Comeback Win

Manchester United are predicted to finish outside of the top four in the Premier League 2020-21 season, according to a supercomputer's latest predictions.

Former Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani came off the bench on Sunday to score a second-half brace in United's sensational 3-2 comeback win over Southampton at St Mary's.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are currently ninth in the table on 16 points and are five points adrift from league leaders Tottenham.

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However, United still have a match in hand and could find themselves two points behind Spurs with another win.

FiveThirtyEight has put forward its latest predictions for the full Premier League table this season, with United expected to finish fifth in the table.

According to the publication, the Red Devils have a 42 per cent chance of qualifying for the Champions League and a mere five per cent chance of winning the Premier League title.

Manchester City, who are one point behind United in the league table, are predicted to win the Premier League title ahead of Liverpool.

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Defending champions Liverpool are predicted to finish second, while Chelsea and Spurs are expected to come third and fourth respectively.

Posted below are the supercomputer's latest predictions for the full Premier League table for the 2020-21 season.

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20. West Bromwich Albion

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19. Sheffield United

18. Fulham

17. Burnley

16. Crystal Palace

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15. Newcastle United

14. Brighton and Hove Albion

13. Leeds United

12. Everton

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11. Southampton

10. Aston Villa

9. Arsenal

8. Wolverhampton Wanderers

7. West Ham United

6. Leicester City

5. Manchester United (Europa League qualification)

4. Tottenham Hotspur (Champions League qualification)

3. Chelsea (Champions League qualification)

2. Liverpool (Champions League qualification)

1. Manchester City (Premier League champions)

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