Supercomputer gives its final prediction for the season, and it’s very laughable

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The Premier League season is almost at its end, with just 7 games left to go, and FootballWebPages computer calculation has done its final predictions for the season finale as the top four battle reaches its peak.

Leicester City are currently 3rd with 56 points, West Ham follow with 55 points and then Chelsea are 5th with 54 points. Liverpool are 6th with 52 points, and Tottenham are 7th with 49 points.

Interestingly, the super computer has backed Liverpool to finish in 3rd with 69 points, level on points with Leicester City who will finish in 4th but with an inferior goal difference.

The super computer backed Chelsea to finish outside the top four and in 7th place, even behind Tottenham who are currently 7th and 5 points behind Chelsea. Meanwhile, West Ham have been backed to finish in 5th with 68 points.

From the super computer’s prediction, Liverpool will be unbeaten until the end of the season and will win 6 and draw 1 of their remaining 7 games.

It then predicted that Chelsea will go on a poor run of form and get just 10 points out of the remaining 21 points up for grabs.

Surely, these predictions are really laughable, and even a 5th grader will give a better and more reasonable prediction.

Maybe, just maybe, the super computer could be a hurting Arsenal fan 🙄.

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