Supercomputer predicts Man Utd’s final Prem position if poor form continues

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    A supercomputer's prediction of the current Premier League season has one team leaving the top division for the first time since its creation in 1992.

    The predicted final table has been created by simulating the Premier League season using methods such as AI learning, statistical theory and real-world football understanding which is inputted by a data scientist. According to the table, via King Casino Bonus, Manchester City will create history by becoming the first team to win four Premier League titles in a row.

    The reigning champions will pip Liverpool for the third time in six seasons as Jurgen Klopp's men return to the Champions League. A Premier League title continues to evade Arsenal who finish third, while Brighton one up last season by qualifying for the Champions League for the first time in their history.

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    The table is especially grim reading for Manchester United fans as their ninth-placed finish would spell their worst ever season in the Premier League era as they completely miss out on European football. The Europa and Conference League spots are snapped by Tottenham, West Ham and Newcastle as Mauricio Pochettino's Chelsea finish a lowly 10th which is an improvement on their 12th-placed finish last season.

    Nottingham Forest score a 10-point swing from last season as they finish 11th, followed by Brentford and Burnley who survive upon their return to the top-flight. The other mid-table positions are occupied by Crystal Palace, Fulham and Wolves, with the latter edging ever closer to the relegation zone but narrowly miss a drop to the Championship.

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    Sheffield United remain in the Premier League for another season as Everton – who've been in the top-flight since the creation of the Premier League in 1992 – finally drop down to the Championship after flirting with relegation for the last couple of seasons.

    The Toffees end up winning just six games and scoring 28 goals in their dismal campaign as they'll be joined by fellow relegations sides Bournemouth and Luton Town with the latter making a swift return back down after winning just five games and losing a season-high 29 games in their first season of top-division football.

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