There are just three games left for teams in the Premier League season, with Arsenal, Chelsea & Spurs all batting to finish in the top four
Time is running out in the Premier League season, with just two weekends of action remaining after a batch of crucial games over the course of the coming days.
The fight for the title continues for Manchester City and Liverpool, with just one point separating the two sides going into this weekend’s fixtures.
Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United continue to fight to finish in the top four and secure one of the two remaining Champions League spots.
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There is also a stern battle to avoid the final relegation spot at the foot of the table, while a number of sides are chasing a seventh-placed finish that may result in a European campaign in the Europa League next term.
While it remains up in the air, a supercomputer developed by the University of Reading has predicted the final outcome of the Premier League – and it is bad news for both Liverpool and Chelsea .
The Reds are expected to miss out on an inaugural Premier League crown as Man City are 74 per cent likely to finish top of the pile, with the Reds having just a 26 per cent chance of beating Pep Guardiola’s side to the post.
Tottenham are seen as 77 per cent likely to finish third and 95 per cent likely to qualify for the Champions League, while Arsenal are second-favourites at 55 per cent likely to achieve a top-four finish and 42 per cent likely to finish fourth.
Chelsea, therefore, would miss out and it will also be a season to forget for Manchester United, who are given just a seven per cent chance of returning to the Champions League next season, while at the bottom Cardiff are 88 per cent likely to be relegated.
You can see the full predictions below.
Premier League title
Manchester City – 74%
Liverpool – 26%
Tottenham Hotspur – 95%
Arsenal – 55%
Chelsea – 43%
Manchester United – 7%
Watford – 37%
Wolves – 27%
Cardiff City – 88%
Brighton – 9%
Southampton – 3%