Supercomputer predicts full Premier League table after international break

Manchester United are now predicted to fall out of the Premier League’s top four after a lacklustre start to the new season.

The Red Devils have lost two of their three opening Premier League matches of the season and already conceded 11 times due to their poor defensive displays.

And United were thumped 6-1 by Tottenham at Old Trafford before the start of the international break.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were expected to finish inside the top four in an earlier supercomputer prediction.

However, talkSPORT‘s supercomputer now believes that United will finish in seventh place this season.

The supercomputer predicts that Liverpool will retain the Premier League title, despite being thumped 7-2 by Aston Villa earlier this month.

Manchester City are expected to finish behind Liverpool in the league table, while Chelsea and Spurs are predicted to finish third and fourth respectively.

Meanwhile, Arsenal are predicted to finish in fifth place and secure Europa League football.

Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton side, who have been in scintillating form this season, are currently top of the Premier League after winning their first four matches.

However, the supercomputer believes that the Toffees will only manage a sixth-place finish in the season.

Fulham, West Brom and Burnley are the three teams expected to be relegated from the Premier League.

Posted below are the supercomputer’s predictions for the full Premier League table.

20. Fulham (relegation)

19. West Bromwich Albion (relegation)

18. Burnley (relegation)

17. Sheffield United

16. Newcastle United

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15. Brighton & Hove Albion

14. Crystal Palace

13. West Ham United

12. Aston Villa

11. Southampton

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10. Leeds United

9. Wolverhampton Wanderers

8. Leicester City

7. Manchester United

6. Everton

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5. Arsenal (Europa League qualification)

4. Tottenham Hotspur (Champions League qualification)

3. Chelsea (Champions League qualification)

2. Manchester City (Champions League qualification)

1. Liverpool (Premier League champions)

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