The Premier League supercomputer has predicted the final standing of the EPL table this season after Arsenal failed to sit comfortably at the top, following their 1-1 draw against Southampton.
Following the most recent round of results, a supercomputer has forecasted the final Premier League standings for the 2022–2023 season.
Wolves may be relegated, while predictions suggest that Arsenal will lose its lead in the Premier League standings before the end of the season.
That is the conclusion reached by a supercomputer charged with predicting how the season will unfold using statistics and betting market analyses has submitted that the Premier League title this season is not for Arsenal.
Man City is on track to defeat Arsenal and win the Premier League, according to data compiled by the experts at MyBettingSites.
Currently, a supercomputer has made predictions on how the English top flight would develop at the end of the current campaign.
Additionally, the program predicts that Mikel Arteta and company will soon cede the top spot to reigning champions Manchester City after Arsenal was held to a 1-1 draw at Southampton on Sunday afternoon.
Nevertheless, given that they have not placed in the top four since 2016, they continue to feel that the Gunners will finish second in what would still be a very successful season for coach Mikel Arteta and his boys.
Amazingly, despite their shaky start to the season, the supercomputer predicts that Liverpool will move up to third.
Jurgen Klopp’s team dropped to eighth place after the Reds’ 1-0 loss at bottom-placed Nottingham Forest over the weekend, seven points behind third place.
The final Champions League spot is thus expected to go to Chelsea, with Tottenham and Manchester United finishing fifth and sixth, respectively, and missing out of the European elites club competition.
After defeating Spurs 2-1 on Sunday, Newcastle moved up to the top four.
However, the Toon are expected to drop to seventh place and so secure a spot in the Europa Conference League.
After that, it’s anticipated that Brighton, West Ham, and Crystal Palace would complete the top ten.
Things are about to get heated down at the foot of the table.
The early-season underachievers returned to the fray after Forest’s victory over Liverpool and Leicester’s thrashing of Wolves.
Despite their incredible victory, Forest is still predicted to finish last in the league.
Currently ranked 14th in the table, Bournemouth is predicted by the algorithm to drop to 19th by the end of the season.
Wolves without a manager might finish 18th despite having invested over £120 million in the summer.
Leeds manager Jesse Marsch is under increasing pressure as the Whites have gone eight games without a victory.
However, the supercomputer predicts that they will just scrape by finishing in the 17th placed.
With Leicester moving up to 15th in their standings and Frank Lampard’s Everton one spot ahead, Southampton sits in 16th place.
They predict Aston Villa, who is now without a manager, to finish in 12th place, and Brentford will finish in 13th.
The high-flying Fulham team under Marco Silva is expected to finish 11th and finish first in the bottom half.