Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table

By Hoang Nguyen   April 3, 2024 | 03:21 pm PT
Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table
Liverpool players celebrate in the 2-1 win against Brighton in the Premier League on March 31, 2024. Photo by LFC
A supercomputer has predicted the final standings of the Premier League this season, including the top four race and relegation battle.

There are nine rounds left to the finish line of the Premier League and the title race are between Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City, who are separated by just three points. Liverpool are leading with 67, followed by Arsenal with 65 and Man City with 64.

Engineers at Bettingexpert have built BETSiE, a supercomputer that can make predictions based on mathematical work and process numerical data, The Sun reported.

The supercomputer calculated that Liverpool will be champions with 87 points at the end of the season, picking up 20 points from nine games. Arsenal are predicted to finish second with 86 points and Man City third with 84.

On Sunday, Man City and Arsenal held each other back with a 0-0 draw, while Liverpool beat Brighton 2-1 and stayed at number one.

BETSiE reckoned that the fourth position will belong to Aston Villa, who will finish with 68 points, followed by Tottenham Hotspurs with one point less.

Manchester United will be sixth with only 58 points. On the weekend, they had a disappointing 1-1 draw against Brentford.

Meanwhile, Sheffield United, Burnley and Luton Town are predicted to be relegated at 20th, 19th and 18th, respectively.

The final matchday of the 2023-2024 Premier League will be on May 19.

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