The latest results have been fed into the so-called ‘Super-Computer’, and Arsenal’s updated final finishing position has been predicted.
Chelsea look assured winners of the Premier League title, holding a 10-point lead over second-placed Tottenham currently, as well as having no European football to distract them from their ever-nearing goal.
That leaves us to battle it out with five rivals for the three remaining Champìons League spots, and with our life in Europe hanging by a thread, we will likely lose that distraction in the next couple of weeks, and should have enough in the locker to qualify for the elite European competition for the 21st consecutive occasion.
This term is the tightest battle I can remember in the race for the illustrious top four, and you will be pleased to read that the Super-Computer also expects us to retain our place within the top tier of the table.
Picture found at The Express.
The table also predicts that there will be no St Totteringham’s Day to come this year, with our noisy neighbours tipped to finish ahead of us by five points.
A computer most likely had the same expectation last season also however, but Spurs capitulated once they were mathematically ruled out of the title race, and we usually pick up pace once we find ourselves knocked out of the Champions League.
I’m also shocked that the table has Liverpool ahead of United considering their disgraceful form in 2017, paired with the performances of the Red Devils. Man United are most definitely more of a worry in our hunt for the top our than the Merseyside Red…
Is St Totteringham’s Day really going to be cancelled this year? Do you expect our side to seal their place in the top four comfortably?