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Favourite to win the Premier League title emerge as supercomputer makes new prediction



Supercomputer's Latest Premier League Title Prediction Rocks Arsenal Fans

A new favourite to win the Premier League title this season has emerged after Manchester United’s stalemate with Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Infoexpert24 understands that following the draw, pundits were split on whether it would prove to be one point gained or two dropped come the end of the season – but where does it leave the title race for now?

The result means just one point separates leaders Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, making it the tightest title race at this stage of a season since 1998-99.


According to a new supercomputer prediction, Manchester City are favourites to win the Premier League this season after the latest round of fixtures.

All three teams were in action over the weekend in another gameweek full of twists and turns. Arsenal comfortably dispatched of Brighton & Hove Albion 3-0 away from home after Kevin De Bruyne led City to a 4-2 victory at Crystal Palace.

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The latest twist came on Sunday afternoon when Liverpool failed to beat fierce rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford. Jurgen Klopp’s men were at their best in the first-half but were pegged back by two goals from United.

Mohamed Salah rescued a point from the penalty spot in the second half meaning the Reds missed out on the chance to go back to the top of the Premier League. Arsenal currently lead the way thanks to their superior goal difference.

The Gunners’ hopes of becoming champions of England for the first time in two decades have increased by 7.6%, according tostatistical data specialists Opta(from 21.4% to 29%). Man City, who have been favourites according to Opta’s data for most of the season, have also seen an increase of 6.1% to 39.7%.


Liverpool’s chances have taken a huge hit with Opta predicting their chances have fallen 13.7% from 45% to 31.3% – still more than Arsenal’s despite sitting below them.

According toBonusCodeBets, Manchester City are now the favourites to win an impressive fourth straight Premier League title. The supercomputer provided by the bookmakers has predicted City to pip Arsenal to the title.

Both teams are in UEFA Champions League action this week and have potential slip-ups in their remaining league fixtures between now and May 19. But, it seems as though Arsenal continue to fly under the radar.


Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City’s remaining Premier League fixtures compared

Liverpool‘s run-in continues next Sunday when they host Crystal Palace, though they are also in action against Atalanta in the Europa League, in which their participation could have knock-on effects in the Premier League should they go far.

Gameweek 33 sees the Reds play twice, visiting Fulham and Everton in the space of four days, and they’ll return to London at the end of April with a trip to West Ham. They’re back at home when Tottenham arrive at Anfield before concluding the campaign against Aston Villa and Wolves.

Arsenal‘s next task in their search for a first Premier League title since 2003/04 comes against top-four hopefuls Aston Villa. With victory hopefully assured for Mikel Arteta, the Gunners then face Wolves and Chelsea in quick succession before the north London derby away at Tottenham.


In their final three league games, Arteta will hope to oversee triumphs over Bournemouth, a rag-tag Manchester United and Everton on the last day of the season.

Man Citycould yet repeat their treble glory from last season and some punters believe their run-in is the easiest out of the title contenders.

The Cityzens are renowned for their late-season bursts that secure Premier League titles and upcoming clashes with Luton Town, Brighton and Nottingham Forest are ones Pep Guardiola will expect to win.


The current champions also face Tottenham in a match which still needs rescheduling but round off their campaign against two London outfits in Fulham and West Ham.


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