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Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table after horror shows for Man Utd and Chelsea.. and results are damning

Not looking good for Manchester United and Chelsea

A supercomputer has made its predictions for the final Premier League table, and it doesn't bode well for Manchester United and Chelsea. Both teams had high hopes for this season, but their poor starts have left fans concerned about their prospects.

Poor performances

Manchester United suffered a devastating 3-1 defeat at home to Brighton, with fans booing the manager's decision to sub Rasmus Hojlund. Meanwhile, Chelsea could only manage a 0-0 draw against winless Bournemouth, making it just one win in their last five games for boss Mauricio Pochettino.

Supercomputer predictions

The experts at Bettingexpert used their supercomputer, BETSiE, to crunch the numbers and predict the final Premier League table. Previously, Manchester United were tipped for a top four finish, with Chelsea in sixth. However, following their recent setbacks, the Red Devils have fallen to fifth, with the Blues even lower in seventh. Currently, both teams find themselves in 13th and 14th place respectively after five matches.

Top contenders

Unsurprisingly, BETSiE predicts Manchester City to win the league yet again, with Liverpool coming in second. Arsenal and Newcastle are expected to secure third and fourth place respectively. Tottenham, despite their impressive start under Ange Postecoglou, are predicted to fall to sixth, sandwiched between Manchester United and Chelsea.

Surprising finishers

Brighton, Aston Villa, and West Ham are expected to round out the top half of the table in eighth, ninth, and tenth place respectively, despite their encouraging starts. Sheffield United, Luton, and Everton are tipped for relegation. BETSiE believes that Burnley will manage to pull themselves out of trouble and finish in 17th place, while Bournemouth, Wolves, and Fulham will secure 16th, 15th, and 14th place respectively.

Mid-table mediocrity

The supercomputer has predicted Brentford to finish in 11th place, with Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest in 12th and 13th place respectively.

Final thoughts

Although these predictions are based on calculations, it's worth noting that anything can happen throughout the course of the season. Fans of Manchester United and Chelsea will be hoping that their teams can turn things around and prove the supercomputer wrong.