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Super computer that predicted Manchester City to win the league last season has just Predicted Premier League table of this season: where Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City will finish this season

BetMGM’s cutting-edge supercomputer has embarked on an extensive simulation to forecast the Premier League table’s potential standings come season’s end.


Liverpool presently leads the pack at the halfway mark, maintaining a slender two-point lead over Arsenal in second place. Aston Villa, under Unai Emery’s helm, follows closely in third, trailing Liverpool by a mere three points. Reigning champs Manchester City, with a game in hand, are poised to narrow the gap, currently sitting five points adrift of the top spot.


In BetMGM’s latest simulation, Manchester City emerges as the frontrunner to reclaim the title in May, boasting a commanding 55.2% chance of securing a historic fourth consecutive championship under Pep Guardiola’s guidance. Liverpool trails behind with a respectable 27.30% probability of clinching the title.


Arsenal’s aspirations took a hit following a 2-0 loss to West Ham United, dampening their title hopes with a 15.30% likelihood. Aston Villa, despite their commendable current position, faces more modest odds at 1.94%.


Tottenham Hotspur, aiming for a top-four finish, holds a promising 30.51% chance, despite a recent setback against Brighton & Hove Albion. Meanwhile, Chelsea, languishing in tenth place, faces an uphill battle with a mere 0.16% chance of securing a top-four spot, trailing by a significant 12 points.


The supercomputer’s calculations extend to relegation predictions, identifying Luton Town, Burnley, and Sheffield United as vulnerable. Their odds of finishing in the bottom three stand at 54.56%, 88.53%, and 97.65%, respectively.


This simulation not only offers insights into the Premier League’s potential outcomes but also stirs anticipation and analysis among football aficionados. As the season unfolds, all eyes will be on how closely reality aligns with the BetMGM supercomputer’s projections.

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