Super Computer Predicts How The 20/21 Premier League Will End

Super Computer Predicts How The 20/21 Premier League Will End

With the 20/21 English Premier League still on, a Super Computer has predicted how it will end and it all falls in favour of reigning champions Liverpool.

Liverpool will successfully defend their Premier League title this season, according to stunning results from the supercomputer.

talkSPORT’s supercomputer has predicted that Jurgen Klopp’s team will pip Manchester City to the championship following Sunday’s 1-1 draw at the Etihad.

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The Reds have once again started the race to lift the premier league back to back and so far the only club that stands in their way is Man City.

Chelsea, Tottenham and Leicester will finish third, fourth and fifth respectively with the supercomputer predicting them to earn Champions League qualification.

The Foxes have been predicted to qualify for the Champions League despite finishing in fifth place.

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Arsenal are predicted to finish sixth and secure Europa League qualification.

Everton, who won their opening five league games, are expected to end the campaign in seventh place ahead of Manchester United who are tipped to finish eighth.

Fulham, West Brom and Burnley are the three sides that have been predicted for Premier League relegation.

However, it was not such good news for Man Utd, who the computer predicted will end at the 8th spot on the EPL table.

The Red Devils are going through a difficult season under coach Ole Solskjaer, who is under pressure to deliver or lose his job.

Posted below are the supercomputer’s predictions for the full Premier League table for the 2020/21 season:

20. Fulham (relegated)

19. West Brom (relegated)

18. Burnley (relegated)

17. Sheffield United

16. Brighton

15. Leeds

14. Newcastle

13. Crystal Palace

12. West Ham

11. Wolves

10. Aston Villa

9. Southampton

8. Manchester United

7. Everton

6. Arsenal (Europa League qualification)

5. Leicester (Champions League qualification)

4. Tottenham (Champions League qualification)

3. Chelsea (Champions League qualification)

2. Manchester City (Champions League qualification)

1. Liverpool (Premier League champions)


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