- Chelsea will be finishing out the Champions League places in the Premier League according to Supercomputer
- The supercomputer favoured Liverpool to finish in the final top-four place due to their reaming league games
- The Blues leapfrogged West Ham to fourth on the log following their slim 1-0 win over the Hammers
The Premier League top-four race will see Man City, Man United, Leicester City and Liverpool finish in the top three places, according to a supercomputer, Mirror.
The latest news will not be palatable to Chelsea fans despite moving past West Ham United in the final Champions League spot following a 1-0 win at the London Stadium, the Blues will not qualify for Europe.
With five league games left to play, Football Web Pages have used the power of mathematics and algorithms to determine its effect on the table.
According to the outcome, City will emerge champions and United will cement their place in the second spot.
The Foxes will finish in third while under-performing Liverpool will finish in the last Champions League spot.
The Reds have struggled over the past weeks with back-to-back draws with Leeds United and Newcastle United.
The calculations stated Chelsea will finish in seventh position below West Ham and Tottenham despite Thomas Tuchel's impressive run since taking over from Frank Lampard.
The Blues still have tough games to play Fulham, Man City, Arsenal, Leicester City and Aston Villa play in the final games of the season.
On the other hand, Liverpool's next game will be against United at Old Trafford but have favourable matches with Southampton, West Brom, Burnley and Crystal Palace.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer were inducted into the Hall of Fame of the English topflight division following their outstanding achievements for the respective clubs.
Arsenal's Henry and Blackburn and Newcastle's Shearer have been prolific since the Premier League started in 1992.
The individual award which is first in its making is only eligible for players who have must have retired as of August 1, 2020.
Former England international Shearer still holds the record as the highest goalscorer in the English League with 260 goals in 441 appearances across 14 seasons.