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By Michael Wade. LAST UPDATED January 27th, 2016

Super computer predicts Arsenal to win Premier League title by one point

Find out who else is tipped to finish where at the end of the season



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Arsenal might be without a win in three games and three points off the top of the Premier League but they remain favourites to lift the title, according to calculations made by a super computer.

Using an algorithim to determine “expected points” sports technology and data company Stats.com have made their predictions about how the Premier League table will look at the end of the 2015/16 campaign.

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It makes for great reading for Arsenal and Tottenham fans, but Leicester, Manchester United and Liverpool supporters are likely to view their teams projected finishing spots with disappointment.

Having led the table for so long and been among the title contenders a blip in form is expected for Leicester although earning a spot in the top four and Champions League qualifiers is no mean feat.

Chelsea are tipped for seventh spot which, given their terrible start to the season, isn’t such a bad outcome.Premier-League-2015-16-predicted-finishing-positions

Aston Villa already look doomed at the foot of the table, and although they are predicted to earn another 15 points in the next 15 games it won’t be enough to save them.

Sunderland and Norwich are tipped to join Villa in the Championship next season with Newcastle, Bournemouth and Swansea escaping the drop by the narrowest of margins.