The Premier League title race took another twist this week when Liverpool were handed a shock defeat at home to Brighton.
After going 68 matches unbeaten in the league, they have lost two on the bounce against Burnley and now the Seagulls.
The likes of Liverpool,Manchester United,Tottenham,Manchester City and Leicester City are all chasing the title.
And with more surprises bound to happen, it seems this could be the most unpredictable season in years.
Fortunately, the team at Football Web Pages have dusted off the crystal ball and booted their supercomputer into order and helped predict what the end of the campaign might look like.
It is pretty viewing for City, who are the favourites to lift their fifth Premier League title.
And even Jurgen Klopp would be happy with the end result, with the supercomputer putting Liverpool down in second despite their latest setback.
United sit third, but only by goal difference, while Leicester make up for last season's collapse by sneaking into the top four.
Chelsea fans will not enjoy the results, though, who are buoyant after watching their side beat Tottenham in north London.
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Despite Thomas Tuchel leading a mini-resurgence, the Blues are set to finish outside the top six.
Everton are the benefactors, who are loving the wily old Carlo Ancelotti in charge – with the likes Richarlison, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and James Rodriguez set to shoot them into sixth.
Arsenal are another team who have slim hopes of a European spot and the supercomputer has backed that up.
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They sit 10th in the Premier League with their early season form proving fatal to their Champions League hopes.
Down in the basement of the league, Sam Allardyce is set to be relegated for the first time as a manager with West Brom heading for the drop.
Joining them are Sheffield United, who have claimed wins over United, Newcastle and the Baggies in recent weeks.
Fulham will complete the trio on the way to the Championship next season – and the supercomputer does not give any of them a chance of staying up.
Burnley can breathe easy, missing out on relegation by 11 points.
What do you think of the supercomputer's results? Have your say in the comments below.
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