Supercomputer predicts Arsenal will pip Man United to fourth spot

Arsenal will finish ahead of Tottenham, Manchester United and West Ham in the fourth position at the end of this season, according to a Supercomputer.

Mikel Arteta’s side didn’t bolster their squad in the January transfer window, however, they have remained an impressive unit in this new year.

Since the return of football after the winter break, the Gunners have earned wins against Wolves and Brentford.

They will face the former again on Thursday and will aim for yet another victory in front of their fans.

Despite still having to face the likes of Liverpool, Leicester City, West Ham and Manchester United before the end of this season, a supercomputer via Sun Sports predicts they would finish this season inside the top four.

It claims the Gunners will only struggle to catch Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea who will finish inside the top three.

However, in the race for the last spot, the Gunners are favourites, with Manchester United finishing 5th and Tottenham finishing 6th.

Should Arsenal leapfrog United into fourth place, they will end their five-season exile from the top four.

To make matters worse for United, the computer has predicted their local rivals Manchester City will retain the Premier League trophy.

A fifth-place finish would be catastrophic for the Red Devils, who are hoping to attract a big-name manager to Old Trafford this summer to replace the axed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The supercomputer’s predictions make for grim reading for relegation battlers, Burnley, Watford and Norwich.

It’s been predicted the struggling trio will all fail in their respective bids to beat the drop, with them finishing in 18th, 19th and 20th place.

The algorithm has predicted newly-rich Newcastle United – who are currently four points above the drop zone – will finish in 15th place.

Toon fans will be hoping that prediction comes true so the Saudi-backed Eddie Howe can splash the cash on some marquee signings in the summer.



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