Premier League supercomputer predicts table: Liverpool above Man Utd, Arsenal relegated

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A Premier League supercomputer has predicted Arsenal will finish rock-bottom of the league, while Liverpool will win back the title from Manchester City. It is a stunning prediction from the generator, despite the fact there have already been some crazy matches in the League so far.

Arsenal’s humbling at Brentford on the opening day of the season set the tone for the Premier League, and apparently for Arsenal as well.

While Mikel Arteta’s side currently find themselves in the rut of 20th position, their fiercest rivals Tottenham Hotspur have started impeccably, with three wins out of three.

And to make matters even worse, the super-computer believes The Gunners will finish the season anchored to the bottom of the table.

In what would be the North Londoners’ first top-flight relegation since 1913, the computer has predicted Arsenal will tumble into the Championship having lost 28 matches and conceded 107 goals.

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With such a turgid defensive record, plenty of painful results will greet the Gunners along the way including a 4-0 defeat to Brighton, a 7-0 hammering at the hands of eventual predicted champions Liverpool, and most shocking of all, a 9-0 defeat to Newcastle at St James’ Park.

To make matters even worse (yes that is possible) they would also see their ‘Invincibles’ record blown away by Liverpool.

While the Gunners are manning the barricades at the Emirates to prevent AFTV from breaking down the Emirates’ doors, Liverpool would be securing their second Premier League title and breaking Arsenal’s proud record. 

Jurgen Klopp’s will pip Chelsea to the title by eight points, meaning Chelsea will have to content themselves with second position.

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While, West Ham, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Everton are currently breathing down Spurs’ necks in the table, it is predicted Thomas Tuchel’s, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s, and Rafa Benitez’s sides will complete the rest of the top six.

The Hammers would just miss out on Champions League qualification by three points, but they will have enjoyed the highest ever goal scoring season of any team with 109 goals.

Meanwhile, Spurs will be especially disappointed with their sixth placed finish, as they would have done so without losing or even conceding a single goal.

If only their away form, where they drew 16 of 19 matches, was better.

In other areas of the table, Brentford’s first ever Premier League season would be a wild ride, as they are predicted to finish in 10th position.

The Brentford Community Stadium which they recently moved into will be a fortress, with Thomas Frank’s side finishing the season unbeaten at their new ground.

Fellow promotion new boys Watford will also have enjoyed a successful season with an 11th placed finish, while Norwich City will unfortunately be relegated for the sixth time.

Wolves are yet to find the back of the net this season, despite creating a plethora of goalscoring opportunities.

The computer believes their finishing will not improve over the whole season, as they will finish in 18th position without scoring a single goal – perhaps they will never leave their own penalty area?

They have also been pipped to get relegated having only conceded 27 goals, five less than City conceded last season when they won the title.

Of course, these results are computer generated and are very unlikely to come to fruition.

So, Arsenal fans, you can stop sharpening your pitch forks now.

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