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Supercomputer makes Premier League title prediction as likely winner named out of Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City

Supercomputer makes Premier League title prediction as likely winner named out of Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City

A supercomputer has predicted the Premier League title race as Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal all battle it out...

A supercomputer has predicted who will win the Premier League title with Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal all in the running.

All three clubs have been in action this week, with Arsenal the first to line-up as they faced Nottingham Forest at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday.

Goals from Gabriel Jesus and Bukayo Saka secured all three points for Mikel Arteta's side, who momentarily moved to within two points of league leaders Liverpool prior to Wednesday's fixtures.

Jurgen Klopp's side - who were in their second game since the German boss announced he would be leaving the club this summer - went on to beat Chelsea 3-0 in a dominant display in front of a packed Anfield crowd.

The Reds are currently sitting pretty in first place, although Pep Guardiola's City are following closely in second, after their 3-1 win against former captain Vincent Kompany and Burnley. City are currently five points behind Liverpool but hold a game in hand on their rivals.

The title race is now heating up - with Arsenal also level on points with City - and most people are struggling to predict which way it will swing.

However, a supercomputer from Opta has now done a lot of the hard work for us, after predicting the outcome of the 2023/24 top flight campaign.

Last season's treble winners are currently the favourites to secure the title with a 54% chance, despite the gap separating them and Liverpool. City have been boosted by the returns of star duo Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland, who both featured during the Burnley win.

Liverpool are a close second in the table after coming in at 42% percent, although the absence of Mohamed Salah through injury could eventually catch up with them.

Arsenal are currently given just a 3% chance of winning their first league title since 2003/04, following on from the disappointment of last season. Outsiders Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa have both been given odds of 0.1% to complete a shock upset.

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Topics: Premier League, Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool