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Chelsea finished third last season, 26 points behind champions Manchester City and a point above fourth placed Tottenham.
The Blues also won the Europa League trophy, beating London rivals Arsenal 4-1 in the final.
Maurizio Sarri has since left Chelsea for Juventus with Chelsea legend Frank Lampard taking charge of the Blues.
The Super computer has predicted how the Blues will finish this season under Lampard in the Premier League.
According to the Super computer, Manchester City will make it three title wins on the bounce while Chelsea will finish fourth in the league, 27 points behind Manchester City.
The Super computer also predicted Liverpool will finish second and Tottenham third. Arsenal and Manchester United are expected to finish fifth and sixth respectively.
The Super computer, nicknamed ‘The Script’, has been powered by Google, Opta and Squawka in order to make credible predictions ahead of the new season.
Meanwhile, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard believes the Blues can challenge for the title this season despite the club’s inability to sign players this summer.
“The only way I know to change that gap is through absolute hard work and focus,’ said Lampard.
“Those basics don’t change, and with the transfer ban there is even more clarity because we can’t bring in players.
“Every day I read City are buying and Manchester United are going to buy. All these teams are going to do business and that’s going to strengthen them.
“So we have to be realistic, but then I see every day the quality we have here. And I think about the players not here like Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Willian, Antonio Rudiger and Reece James, and I think we have a competitive squad. I believe in them and there’s more because we have a lot of younger players.
“There can be an uplift. That’s not me saying I’m going to make the difference.
“It will be the players who make the difference.
“So there’s the challenge. Now, can we win the league? It’s going to be a big ask. But we have to set out with that mind-set.”