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Arsenal have been predicted to finish in their lowest Premier League position this century after their miserable start to the season, according to a supercomputer.
Mikel Arteta’s men are shockingly bottom of the league table after tasting three defeats in their opening Premier League matches.
The Gunners were stunned in a 2-0 defeat to Brentford before suffering a 2-0 loss to London rivals Chelsea.
Arsenal thrashed West Brom 6-0 in their second-round Carabao Cup clash, but the Gunners were thumped 5-0 by Manchester City ahead of the international break.
Arteta, whose future at Arsenal has been subjected to intense speculation, will hope his men can bounce back against Norwich City at the Emirates on 11th September.
However, BonusCodeBets’ supercomputer has now predicted that Arsenal will only manage a disappointing ninth-place finish in the league this season.
According to BonusCodeBets, the supercomputer’s algorithm analysed ‘informative betting markets’ to determine Arsenal’s fate and how other teams would finish in the league this season.
The supercomputer predicts that Manchester United, despite their significant summer spending spree, will fail to win the Premier League title.
City are expected to retain the league title, with Chelsea to finish second and United and Liverpool coming third and fourth respectively.
Posted below are the supercomputer’s predictions for the 2021-22 Premier League table.
20. Norwich City
17. Crystal Palace
16. Newcastle United
13. Wolverhampton Wanderers
12. Aston Villa
11. Brighton and Hove Albion
10. Leeds United
8. West Ham United
6. Leicester City
5. Tottenham Hotspur
3. Manchester United
1. Manchester City
A BonusCodeBets spokesperson said: “The return of Cristiano Ronaldo has made all the headlines, but Manchester United are still off the pace, according to our supercomputer.
“There’s more doom and gloom for Arsenal fans, too, as they head towards their worst Premier League finish in over a quarter of a century.
“The Gunners surely won’t be in a relegation battle, but the same can’t be said for Norwich, Watford and Burnley, who could be facing the drop come May.”
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