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Premier League supercomputer makes drastic change to title prediction after Liverpool draw vs Man Utd

Premier League supercomputer makes drastic change to title prediction after Liverpool draw vs Man Utd

The Premier League title race is as close as ever after Liverpool's 2-2 draw with Manchester United.

The Premier League supercomputer has made a drastic title change prediction after the latest round of results involving the top three.

After midweek wins for the trident, Manchester City kicked off the weekend with a 4-2 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

The champions were 1-0 down early on following an opener from Jean-Philippe Mateta but strolled to a comfortable win.

Later on Arsenal ran out 3-0 winners over Brighton courtesy of goals from Bukayo Saka, Kai Havertz and Liverpool dropped points against Manchester United for the second time this season.

Jurgen Klopp's men had to settle for a 2-2 draw with United after a pulsating affair at Old Trafford.

Luis Diaz put the visitors ahead but worldie strikes from Bruno Fernandes and Kobbie Mainoo saw United turn it around in the second half.

Mo Salah notched a late penalty for Liverpool after Aaron Wan-Bissaka was deemed to have fouled Harvey Elliott inside the area.

It's now closer than ever at the top, with Arsenal and Liverpool level on 71 points but the Gunners ahead on goal difference.

City are just one point behind both sides with seven games remaining in what promises to be an exciting finale.

Image: Opta
Image: Opta

And Opta's updated supercomputer has changed its predictions in a huge way.

The disappointing draw for Liverpool means their chances of winning the league under Jurgen Klopp have dropped from 45% to 31.3%.

City, chasing a record-breaking fourth title in a row, are the favourites and are now given a 39.7% chance of achieving the feat.

Meanwhile Arsenal have experienced the biggest increase, with their chances going to 29%.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

There could yet be many more twists and turns to come between now and the end of the season.

City host Luton Town on Saturday, while Liverpool and Arsenal host Palace and Aston Villa respectively.

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Topics: Manchester City, Premier League, Arsenal, Liverpool