Supercomputer’s final Premier League table shows Chelsea nightmare awaits in tight finish

Chelsea could surrender their hold on a top four spot in the Premier League this season as both West Ham and Liverpool target a late surge into Champions League qualification.

While Jurgen Klopp and David Moyes have all their focus on the last four games of the league season, Thomas Tuchel also has the Champions League and FA Cup to worry about.

Following a 1-1 draw in their semi-final first leg against Real Madrid, the Blues are well placed to reach the final as they have done in the FA Cup.

Those distractions could have an impact on their remaining league fixtures, which come against Manchester City, Arsenal, Leicester and Aston Villa following the comfortable win over Fulham.

Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea could yet miss out on Champions League qualification
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A supercomputer has now predicted how the final table will end up, and it won’t make for good viewing for Chelsea supporters with a late slide down the table.

With City winning the title Manchester United and Leicester have been tipped to keep hold of second and third places respectively with Chelsea as low as seventh.

They have Liverpool finishing fourth with 67 points, West Ham fifth with 66, Tottenham sixth with 64, sitting above Chelsea on goal difference.

The predictions have the Blues taking just three points from their final four matches, which would no doubt damage their 2021/22 season unless they can win the Champions League.

Jurgen Klopp has all his focus on the last four games of the Premier League season
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The table goes onto to predict Everton, Arsenal and Aston Villa making up the top ten, with Leeds, Southampton, Wolves, Burnley and Crystal Palace making up the top 15.

It goes on to show Newcastle and Brighton clear of relegation by 12 and 10 points respectively, with Fulham and West Brom joining Sheffield United in the drop to the Championship.

The prediction…


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