- Supercomputer has picked Tottenham to win the 2020/21 EPL title
- Liverpool who are the reigning champions would finish as 8th best according to the Supercomputer
- Arsenal and Manchester United were not also considered to finish among the top four
Jose Mourinho and his wards at Tottenham have been picked by Supercomputer as the club that would emerge champions of the 2020/21 Premier League season based on current form.
Tottenham have been incredible so far this season in the Premier League with Spurs currently occupying second position on the table and they have lost only one game so far.
According to the report on Daily Star, Supercomputer has predicted that Tottenham would end up winning the Premier League title considering their superb form.
Supercomputer has also picked Leicester City to finish as second-best on the final League table going by their incredible form after playing eight games so far this season.
The Foxes who failed to finish among the top four last term are currently topping the Premier League table with 18 points.
Chelsea have been picked to finish on third position, while Aston Villa were chosen by the Supercomputer to end up as fourth-best.
Surprisingly, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal were all not picked to make the top four on the final table based on their current forms.
Liverpool who are the reigning champions of the Premier League are currently occupying third position on the League table this term with 17 points.
See below how Supercomputer predicted the table to end:
2. Leicester City
4. Aston Villa
6. West Ham United
7. Manchester City
10. Manchester United
12. Crystal Palace
14. Leeds United
16. Newcastle United
19. West Brom
20. Sheffield United
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Trent Alexander-Arnold will be out of action for at least four weeks due to the injury he sustained during Liverpool’s 1-1 clash with Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.
Reports from England have it that the right-back will not be in action until early December as Liverpool’s injury list continues to pile up.
Recall that Virgil van Dijk is likely to be out for the remainder of the season and consequently, the Reds will now be playing without two of their key defenders.
The centre-back did not last long during the tense Saturday, October 17, clash and had to be withdrawn just minutes into the match.
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