A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the final Premier League table… and it's bad news for Manchester United.
Bettingexpert's supercomputer, BETSiE, ran its algorithm after this past weekend's results.
The supercomputer simulated the Premier League season 100,000 times, taking into account all match results from last season, pre-season and current form.
And despite United's recent win over Burnley, they have slipped down from fifth to sixth in the virtual prediction.
It means they would drop out of the Champions League qualification spots.
Tottenham, Newcastle, Arsenal and Liverpool make up the rest of the top flight European places with City tipped to retain their title.
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Look away Chelsea fans because the supercomputer has Mauricio Pochettino's struggling Blues finishing ninth.
The West Londoners were beaten 1-0 at home to Aston Villa on Sunday following a red card from Malo Gusto.
Burnley, Luton and Sheffield United – all promoted this season – are predicted to be relegated.
The Blades are now rock bottom following a dismal 8-0 defeat at home to Newcastle which leaves manager Paul Heckingbottom fighting for his job.
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But when asked whether he will be the manager for the next game, Heckingbottom said: "Yes, 100 per cent.
"This might be a theme now by the looks of it. I can't answer any of that, the game, the players, my department, yeah no problem, but things like that you are asking the wrong man."
Ex-Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder is a leading candidate to replace Heckingbottom at Bramall Lane.
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