FootballWebPages conducted a predictive research on a super-computer in order to get to know how the Premier League table will look at the end of this domestic season, and the results are quite interesting.


As revealed by ​Chronicle Live, FootballWebPages reckon that ​Manchester City are set to take home the Premier League crown for the second consecutive season with ​Liverpool missing out by just one point, ​following their Merseyside derby draw on Sunday.


A three-horse race for the final Champions League spot will also be taking place between Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal. United went ahead of Arsenal in fourth place after the Red Devils’ thrilling 3-2 triumph over Southampton.


For the Gunners, their draw against Tottenham could prove to be much more than just two points dropped in the long run as the supercomputer predicts they will miss out on the top four spot from now on.



Here's the final table as predicted by the supercomputer:


1. Man City - 98 points

2. Liverpool - 97 points

3. Tottenham Hotspur - 78 points

4. Manchester United - 75 points

5. Arsenal - 74 points

6. Chelsea - 74 points

7. Watford - 59 points

8. Wolves - 55 points

9. Leicester City - 51 points

10. Everton - 48 points

11. West Ham - 48 points

12. Crystal Palace - 45 points

13. Bournemouth - 45 points

14. Brighton & Hove Albion - 43 points

15. Newcastle United - 38 points

16. Southampton - 35 points

17. Burnley - 35 points

18. Cardiff City - 27 points

19. Fulham - 24 points

20. Huddersfield Town - 15 points