TOTTENHAM have been backed by a boffin supercomputer to finish fourth in the Premier League following their epic 3-2 win against Leicester.
Antonio Conte's side scored twice deep into injury time to somehow snatch the three points at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday night.
The result lifted them up to fifth in the table ahead of Sunday's crucial London derby clash away at Chelsea.
Spurs are now in pole position to end the season in the top four as they trail fourth-placed by West Ham by just a point.
And Conte's men have THREE games in hand over the Hammers, while they have also played less matches than North London rivals Arsenal and Manchester United.
It is because of this that bettingexpert.com’s supercomputer has predicted the Carabao Cup semi-finalists to claim the last Champions League spot.
Unsurprisingly, Manchester City have been backed at 1/16 to retain the Premier League title as they sit pretty by ten points at the top.
Liverpool then follow in second place, with Chelsea beating Spurs to third spot despite their slump in form.
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Arsenal have been predicted to finish in fifth spot as they boast two games in hand over West Ham, though they have played once more than Spurs.
Despite the Red Devils beating Brentford 3-1 on Wednesday, they have only been backed to finish sixth having played two more games than Tottenham.
And while they currently occupy fourth position, West Ham could have to settle for seventh and a Uefa Conference League spot for next term.
David Moyes' men are then followed by Wolves, Leicester and Brighton who complete the top ten.
Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Southampton and Leeds are next up, with Brentford tipped to beat the drop by finishing in 15th.
Everton then follow, with Newcastle narrowly avoiding relegation following January investment from their Saudi owners.
But it's bad news for Burnley, with their six-year stay in the Premier League set to come to an end as they are backed to finish 19th.
Either side of the Clarets are Watford and Norwich, who are set for an instant return back to the Championship.
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