A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the final Premier League table… and it doesn't look good for Manchester United or Chelsea.
The Red Devils and Blues both went into this season with loft expectations.
But poor starts may have left their respective fanbases reassessing things.
Man United fell to a dreadful 3-1 home defeat to Brighton on Saturday, with fans booing Erik ten Hag's decision to sub Rasmus Hojlund.
While Chelsea could only draw 0-0 at winless Bournemouth yesterday, making it one win in five Prem games for boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Boffins and brainiacs over at Bettingexpert have crunched the numbers using supercomputer BETSiE to predict the final table.
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Previously Man United were tipped for a top four finish, with Chelsea in sixth.
But following recent setbacks, the Red Devils have now fallen to fifth – with the Blues even lower in seventh.
The two sides currently find themselves 13th and 14th respectively after five matches.
Unsurprisingly, BETSiE tips Manchester City to win the league yet again.
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Liverpool are tipped to run the champions closest in second, with Arsenal third and Newcastle fourth.
Ange Postecoglou's high-flying Tottenham are predicted to fall to sixth – sandwiched by United and Chelsea.
Brighton, Aston Villa and West Ham could round out the top half in eighth, ninth and tenth – despite encouraging starts.
Tipped to go down are Sheffield United, Luton and Everton.
BETSiE reckons Burnley will somehow pull themselves out of trouble to finish 17th, with Bournemouth 16th, Wolves 15th and Fulham 14th.
In mid-table mediocrity the supercomputer has Brentford 11th, Crystal Palace 12th and Nottingham Forest 13th.
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