- The 2022/23 Premier League season is taking shape slowly as all 20 teams set their priorities
- Arsenal have emerged as the outright favourites to win the title but face competition from Man City
- A fresh prediction by a supercomputer has backed the Gunners to beat Manchester City to the title
- The north Londoners recently beat rivals Man United at the Emirates to reassert their title credentials
A supercomputer has made a new prediction for the final Premier League standings after Arsenal stunned rivals Man United at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
The 2022/23 Premier League season is already halfway, with at least 19 rounds of fixtures already played.
Arsenal have since established a commanding lead at the top, with the North Londoners currently enjoying a five-point lead at the summit.
Mikel Arteta's men silenced United at home to cement their place at the top with 50 points, five points ahead of second-placed Man City.
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Supercomputer Premier League prediction
A supercomputer has now made a fresh projection on how the season could pan out at the end of the campaign.
The Gunners have instead been backed to cart home the title, with City settling for a second-place finish.
Newcastle, who currently sit third are predicted to retain the spot as the Red Devils settle for a fourth-place finish.
Brighton's impressive campaign is primed to earn them European football according to the prediction, with Liverpool and Chelsea missing out.
Elsewhere, the sacking of Frank Lampard at Everton may not do the Toffees any good, with the Merseysiders in line to get relegated.
Bournemouth and Southampton are billed to join Everton in the Championship.
Supercomputer Premier League prediction:
20. Bournemouth (relegation)
19. Everton (relegation)
18. Southampton (relegation)
17. Wolverhampton Wanderers
16. Leicester City
15. Nottingham Forest
14. Leeds United
13. West Ham United
12. Crystal Palace
11. Aston Villa
6. Brighton and Hove Albion
5. Tottenham Hotspur (Europa League qualification)
4. Manchester United (Champions League qualification)
3. Newcastle United (Champions League qualification)
2. Manchester City (Champions League qualification)
1. Arsenal (Premier League champions/Champions League qualification)
Nketiah warns Premier League defenders
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Nketiah sending a cheeky message to Premier League defenders, after his heroics versus Man United.
The striker, deputizing for the injured Gabriel Jesus, has scored in every game except versus Newcastle since he was trusted to lead the Gunners' line.
He drew Arsenal level in the recent game and also narrowly beat the offside trap to score the winner in the 90th minute.