According to a supercomputer predictions Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United all face mixed fortunes this season according to a supercomputer prediction, which has estimated the final points total for each team.
Manchester City will not match Liverpool's Premier league points earned from the last season but the citizens will win the title by 19 points stated by the supercomputer prediction.Manchester city will win the title with 95 points.
As the league table stands, Manchester United are the second placed by just a point ahead of Leicester, who are four points ahead of fourth-placed Chelsea.
Chelsea are not guaranteed a top-four spot, however, as West Ham are on their necks and are just two points behind them.
Tottenham hotspurs are predicted to finish in fifth place,a point ahead of Liverpool, who it seems will jump a place from their current spot of seventh into sixth.
West Ham might miss the Europa League football by just a point from the Reds if the supercomputer predictions will go as predicted
Arsenal football club will finish in ninth place just two points below Everton football club and will be a point ahead of Aston Villa football club.
Sheffield united will finish bottom 20,westbrook will finish 19th and fulham 18th hence being relegated.
Newcastle United are expected to finish in 17th place by picking up seven more points between now and the end of the season.
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