Supercomputer predicts EPL table with shocking Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool finish

Arsenal presently sit top of the Premier League heading into the September transnational break and could be in line for a major season.

Mikel Arteta’s side have won six of their opening seven Premier League institutions as they prepare for a huge clash against north London rivals Tottenham after the transnational break.

The Gunners sit one point above both Manchester City and Spurs after bouncing back from their defeat at Old Trafford with an emotional palm against Brentford.

Spurs have capitalised on the poor form of their rivals and are keeping pace with Arteta and Guardiola’s brigades at the top of the table. Meanwhile, Chelsea have had a rocky launch to the season after a excited summer transfer window followed by the departure of Thomas Tuchel as director, fleetly replaced by the appearance of Graham Potter.

All three of the top London sides endured a busy summer transfer window with the Blues spending further than any other club after subscribing a aggregate of eight new first- team players, whilst Spurs inked seven new additions followed by Arsenal’s five new advents. Chelsea would’ve hoped for a smoother launch but changes at replete at Stamford Bridge on and off the pitch, with Potter set to face Crystal Palace in his first Premier League match in charge of the Blues.
Arteta and Antonio Conte are set to come toe- to- toe for the first time since Spurs chirruped the Gunners to titleholders League football at the end of last season. Conte’s side got the better of Arsenal last time out but with both sides in the form of their lives, it’s shaping up to be a north London derby for the periods when the two sides face each other at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, October 1.

After an intriguing launch to the Premier League season, Football Web runners’ supercomputer has tried to prognosticate exactly where Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs will finish by the end of proceedings. Surprisingly it presently has the Gunners finishing top of the table on 86 points, three points ahead of reigning titleholders City.

Possibly, Potter’s former side Brighton are backed to finish position on points with Guardiola’s side by winning all but one of their games at the Amex. Tottenham are also prognosticated to have a 100 per cent record at home with Conte’s side being sloped to finish fourth on 82 points.

Chelsea are prognosticated to finish poke bang in the middle of the table with a disappointing 10th place outgrowth. Given their launch to the season, it could take Potter some time to find the result to get the Blues firing on all cylinders in what’s anticipated to now be a season of adaptation, though amid-table finish may be a bit harsh.

After a tricky launch, Liverpool managed to recover a fifth- place finish but, given their emotional performances over the last many times, settling for a Europa League spot would be a major disappointment for Jurgen Klopp’s side. The Reds finished a giant 24 points behind the Gunners with the supercomputer suggesting a swing in instigation between the sides is on the horizon as Arteta continues to develop his platoon into winners formerly again.

The only platoon not anticipated to win a home game is West Ham, with David Moyes’ side anticipated to finish bottom and be relegated. The Hammers are prognosticated to draw 13 games at the London Stadium and pick up just one palm all season.

Full prognosticated Premier League table
1- Arsenal- 86 pts

2- Manchester megacity- 83 pts
3- Brighton- 83 pts

4- Tottenham- 82 pts
5- Liverpool- 62 pts

6- Brentford- 60 pts
7- Manchester United- 60 pts

8- Leeds- 60 pts
9- Fulham- 59 pts

10- Chelsea- 56 pts
11- Newcastle- 55 pts

12- Crystal Palace- 46 pts
13- Aston Villa- 44 pts

14- Southampton- 39 pts
15- Everton- 33 pts

16- Wolves- 32 pts
17- Bournemouth- 30 pts

18- Nottingham Forest- 28 pts
19- Leicester- 20 pts

20- West Ham- 19 pts



Abioye Tosin Lawrence is a prolific writer, An Online Practising Journalist.

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