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Premier League supercomputer gives title prediction after shocking Liverpool and Arsenal losses

Premier League supercomputer gives title prediction after shocking Liverpool and Arsenal losses

The 23/24 Premier League title race took another dramatic turn over the weekend.

The Premier League supercomputer has given its latest title prediction after a weekend full of drama.

On Saturday, reigning champions Manchester City went top of the table as they thrashed Luton Town 5-1 at the Etihad Stadium.

Liverpool and Arsenal were in action on Sunday afternoon as they looked to overtake City.

However, Jurgen Klopp’s men were stunned by Crystal Palace at Anfield as Eberechi Eze scored the winner in a 1-0 victory.

Later in the afternoon, Arsenal failed to regain top spot as they fell to a 2-0 defeat against Unai Emery’s Aston Villa.

As a result, City stay top, two points clear of their title rivals.

On the back of another dramatic weekend, Opta’s supercomputer has made a new prediction on the Premier League.

Opta Analyst wrote on social media: “After a fantastic weekend for Man City, what does it mean for the Opta supercomputer's predictions?

“As you can see, Pep Guardiola's men have been given a big boost in the Premier League title hunt after home defeats for Liverpool and Arsenal.”

Pep Guardiola’s men have now been given a 70.1% chance of winning the Premier League, which is a +29.5% increase from last weekend.

Meanwhile, Arsenal’s chance dropped from 30.3% to 18.3% and Liverpool saw theirs drop from 29.1% to just 11.7%.


After the match against Villa, Gunners boss Mikel Arteta was asked whether he thinks there will be more drama to come in the title race.

He said: “That’s a possibility, that’s the reality right now. It was the same a few months back, we knew that this moment could come. Now it’s about reacting and keep believing and doing what we can.

“I don’t know but when you look at the schedule of the games that we have to play every three days, it’s crazy. So this can happen to any team, it has happened in the past and we cannot control that at all.”

Arteta added: “We can control how we are going to be now, prepare from tomorrow to give ourselves the best chance to go to Munich with big belief and win the game to go into the semi-finals.”

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Topics: Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City, Premier League, Football