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By Michael Wade. LAST UPDATED February 20th, 2016

Super computer predicts Arsenal to win Premier League title

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

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Arsenal remain favourites to win the Premier League title ahead of Tottenham, Leicester and Manchester City, according to calculations made by a super computer.

As it stands the Gunners sit third, two points off top spot, but having secured an important victory against Leicester and with a crucial north London derby to come Arsene Wenger’s side are tipped to end their long wait to win the league.

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.

There is bad news for Manchester United fans with a fifth-place finish predicted, while Liverpool are expected to climb into sixth spot with West Ham and Southampton dropping off the pace.

Chelsea will make it into eighth place – not bad considering their disastrous start to the campaign but an Everton side featuring Romelu Lukaku, Ross Barkley and John Stones should be doing better than 10th.
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Aston Villa are tipped to earn another 11 points from their final 12 games but remain rooted to the foot of the table and cut adrift of the safety spots.

Sunderland and Norwich will join Villa in demotion to the Championship with Newcastle, Bournemouth and Swansea securing survival by a couple of points.

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