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Supercomputer predicts how Premier League title race will unfold for Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Man United, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal following their latest transfer activity

Supercomputer predicts how Premier League title race will unfold for Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Man United, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal following their latest transfer activity

Liverpool were Pep Guardiola’s closest rivals last season, finishing one point behind the champions as the title race went down to the wire.

But how will it play out this time?

Data experts and bookmakers have made their predictions ahead of the new season, as Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, and Manchester United look to close the gap on last season’s top two.

City have had a busy summer as they look to bolster from a position of strength, with the signings of Kalvin Phillips and Erling Haaland making them the Premier League’s biggest spenders this summer.

Arsenal has spent the third most money on transfer fees this window, while Tottenham has spent just under £80 million.

Chelsea have spent roughly the same amount as Tottenham, with Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly joining this window.

Liverpool trail Spurs and Chelsea in terms of transfer fees, having spent £77 million to improve on their second-place finish last season, while Manchester United has spent only £13 million as they seek more players. On Friday, the Red Devils also signed Christen Eriksen on a free transfer.

Supercomputer Premier League title race prediction

Ahead of the upcoming season, we’ve created a visual representation of how the final table will look in May, based on predictions from data experts and bookmakers…

20th: Bournemouth

Last season, the Cherries were promoted from the Championship automatically . Data experts rate their chances of winning the title at 0%, while their odds of finishing first are 2,000/1.

19th: Fulham

Fulham won the Championship title easily last season, earning them a place in the Premier League. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.1 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 1,000/1.

18th: Brentford

In their first season back in the top flight, the Bees finished 13th. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.1 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 750/1.

17th: Nottingham Forest

Last season, Forest won the Championship play-offs, defeating Huddersfield Town 1-0 in the final at Wembley Stadium. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.1 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 500/1.

16th: Southampton

Last season, the Saints finished 15th, five points above the relegation zone. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.1 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 500/1.

15th: Crystal Palace

In Patrick Vieira’s first season in charge, the Eagles had a comfortable season that kept them out of relegation trouble. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.1 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 500/1.

14th: Leeds United

With a win in Brentford on the final day of last season, the Whites avoided relegation. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.1 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 500/1.

13th: Wolves

In Bruno Lage’s first season as manager, Wolves finished comfortably in 10th place. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.1 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 250/1.

 12th: Brighton

Graham Potter’s team finished ninth last season. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.1 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 250/1.

11th: Everton

Everton avoided relegation in their final game of last season. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.2 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 250/1.

10th: Aston Villa

Steven Gerrard’s team finished 14th after struggling for consistency. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.2 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 250/1.

9th: West Ham United

After finishing seventh last season, the Hammers will compete in the Europa Conference League next season. According to data experts, their chances of winning the title are 0.2 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 150/1.

8th: Leicester City

The Foxes finished eighth last season and have a 0.3 percent chance of winning the title, while their odds of finishing first are 150/1.

7th: Newcastle United

Because of the Magpies’ summer transfer activity, data experts rate their chances of winning the title at 1%, while their odds of finishing first are 66/1, giving them the best chance outside of the top six.

6th: Arsenal

The Gunners are the least likely of the top six teams to win the title, with data experts rating their chances of winning the title at 1.5 percent and their odds of finishing first at 50/1.

 5th: Manchester United

The Red Devils are not expected to make significant strides this season, with data experts rating their chances of winning the title at 2.2 percent and their odds of finishing first at 45/1.

4th: Chelsea

The Blues are expected to finish in the top four, with data experts putting their chances of winning the title at 5.7 percent and their odds of finishing first at 16/1.

 3rd: Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs are expected to finish ahead of both Chelsea and Arsenal next season, with data experts rating their chances of winning the title at 6.1 percent and their odds of finishing first at 14/1.

 2nd: Liverpool

After finishing second in points last season, data analysts rate the Reds’ chances of winning the championship at 23.8 percent, while their odds of finishing first are 5/2.

1st: Manchester City

Man City are expected to continue their dominance after winning four of the last five titles, with data experts rating their chances of winning the title at 59.9 percent and their odds of finishing first at 4/7.

Supercomputer predicts how Premier League title race will unfold for Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Man United, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal following their latest transfer activity

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