Super Computer predicts finishing position of every club – *End of season update*

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There is a two-horse race for the title and a relegation spot to be decided, along with a four-way battle for a top four finish

We may be in the middle of April but we are still nowhere near finding out where most Premier League teams will finish at the end of season.

The title race is looking set to become legendary as Liverpool and Manchester City battle to the very end, while the race to finish in the top four is also set to go down to the wire.

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah challenges Manchester City ace Fernandinho for the ball.

Luckily for the lower sides, but not for Fulham and Huddersfield Town, two relegation places have already been decided, leaving just one spare.

Brighton and Hove Albion and Cardiff City are the two clubs currently most at risk but you never know what will happen in the English top flight.

And with Man City also in the FA Cup final there is a real chance the team who finish seventh can grab a Europa League spot – and right now anyone from seventh to 12th could find themselves in that spot come May 12.

How the Premier League table currently looks.

How the Premier League table currently looks.

But how will the table look after the final four or so games of the season?

In order to determine how the final stage of season will play out, talkSPORT.com has fired up its famous Super Computer for one last time this campaign to predict the final 2018/19 Premier League table.

You can see the results below…


And if you think you’re better at predictions than the super computer, give the talkSPORT predictor game a go!

20. Huddersfield Town (relegated)

19. Fulham (relegated)

Will it all end in misery for Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock?

Will it all end in misery for Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock?

18. Cardiff City (relegated)

17. Brighton and Hove Albion

16. Burnley

15. Southampton

The Super Computer reckons the Saints are safe under Ralph Hasenhuttl.

The Super Computer reckons the Saints are safe under Ralph Hasenhuttl.

14. Newcastle United

13. West Ham United

12. Crystal Palace

11. Everton

Marco Silva has had a tough first season at Everton

Marco Silva has had a tough first season at Everton

10. Bournemouth

9. Leicester City

8. Watford

7. Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves have smashed their Premier League points record and could secure their highest finish too

Wolves have smashed their Premier League points record and could secure their highest finish too

6. Manchester United (Europa League qualification – second qualifying round)

5. Arsenal (Europa League qualification – group stage)

Arsenal players may not have done enough to secure a top four spot, according to the Super Computer

Arsenal players may not have done enough to secure a top four spot, according to the Super Computer

4. Chelsea (Champions League qualification)

3. Tottenham Hotspur (Champions League qualification)

Toby Alderweireld may been in his final season at Spurs, if reports are true, but he’s given his all

Toby Alderweireld may been in his final season at Spurs, if reports are true, but he’s given his all

2. Liverpool (Champions League qualification)

1. Manchester City (Premier League champions and Champions League qualification)

The Super Computer reckons it is Man City who will be celebrating come the end of the season – will it be right?

The Super Computer reckons it is Man City who will be celebrating come the end of the season – will it be right?

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