- The Premier League supercomputer backed Liverpool to successfully defend their title at the end of the campaign
- Man City and Tottenham Hotspur are the surprise packages given no chance to finish in the top four, with the former predicted to complete an eighth place
- Among the current three bottom-placed, only Fulham have been predicted to survive, with Sheffield United and West Bromwich Albion set for relegation
- Joining the two, according to the supercomputer will be Burnley who have endured a poor run of results
A Premier League supercomputer has tipped Arsenal escape relegation by a scalp following the side's poor start to the season.
The Gunners have posted a string of disappointing results in recent weeks, with their run of woeful form leaving them dangling just four points above the drop zone.
However, the supercomputer, as cited by SunSport predicted an even worse finish for the north Londoners, backing them to occupy 16th place at the end of the campaign.
But there is better news for their London rivals Chelsea, who have been tipped to squeeze their way into the top four.
Interestingly, despite earlier being touted to challenge Liverpool for the title, Man City are set to finish eighth no thanks to their equally floundering form.
The Reds are predicted to successfully defend the domestic crown at the end of the season, with Leicester and Man United finishing second and third respectively.
Tottenham Hotspur, who many asserted are in the title race are set to drop to seventh, with Everton finishing above them in fifth.
Fulham will be perhaps the biggest gainers, with the Craven Cottage based side predicted to finish 15th above Arsenal.
Burnley, Sheffield United and West Bromwich Albion have not been given any chance to survive, with the three clubs tipped for relegation.
Should the Baggies drop to Championship, it would be the first time Sam Allardyce will be relegated from the top-flight.
Big Sam was recently appointed Baggies' boss, replacing Slaven Bilic who was axed from the role.
Final Premier League table as predicted by a supercomputer:
2. Leicester City
3. Manchester United
7. Tottenham Hotspur
8. Manchester City
9. Aston Villa
11. West Ham
12. Crystal Palace
13. Leeds United
14. Newcastle United
17. Brighton and Hove Albion
19. Sheffield United
20. West Bromwich Albion
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool are reportedly planning to hand Mohamed Salah a new deal valued around £200,000-a-week to keep him from leaving Anfield.
The Egyptian goal king has been linked with a move to both Real Madrid and Barcelona but neither club has made a move for him.
Salah has a deal with the Reds until the summer of 2023 but reports claim the 28-year-old is said to be growing unhappy at Anfield.
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