Manchester United have been predicted by the Super Computer to finish the 2021/22 Premier League season in position 5 with 70 points. Man United have been predicted to win 19 games, draw 11 matches, score 64 goals and concede 16 goals. The Red Devils are currently in position 4 in the actual 2021/22 Premier League table with 14 points ahead of their match week 8 fixture against Leceister City but have recently struggled to shine after losing 1-0 to Aston Villa and drawing 1-1 against Everton. Arsenal have been predicted to finish this season at position 13 with 43 points with 12 victories, 7 draws, score 21 goals and concede 50 goals.
Chelsea have been predicted to win the Premier League title this season with 99 points after 31 victories, 4 draws, 78 goals amd concede only 4 goals. Chelsea are currently in the top of the actual 2021/22 Premier League table with 16 points after 7 fixtures and have already conceded 3 EPL goals. Liverpool have been predicted to finish in position 2 with 89 points, Man City (the defending Champions) have been predicted to finish in position 3 with 76 points and Brentford have surprisigly predicted to seal Champions League spot with 74 points.
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