- Tottenham Hotspur have been tipped to pip Man United, Arsenal, and West Ham to a top-four place finish
- All four teams are well firmly in the race to seal a Champions League spot at the end of the season
- However, according to bettingexpert.com, Spurs are best placed to join Man City, Liverpool, and Chelsea in the top four
A supercomputer has predicted Tottenham Hotspur will pip Arsenal and Man United to the last Champions League qualifying spot.
Spurs, Arsenal, Man United, and West Ham are all eyeing a top-four finish - with all the four teams in a pole position to play in Europe next season.
United are currently occupying fourth place following their 1-0 hard-fought win over the Hammers at Old Trafford on Saturday, December 22.
However, only three points separate Ralf Rangnick's men in fourth and seventh-placed Arsenal who have played two matches less.
Despite the clear stiff competition in the top-four race, bettingexpert.com's supercomputer has predicted Spurs will leapfrog United and the Gunners to the final top-four place.
In their prediction, Man City have unsurprisingly been backed to retain the Premier League title, with Pep Guardiola's men enjoying a 12-point advantage at the top.
Liverpool then follow in second place, with Chelsea tipped to finish third ahead of Conte's Spurs.
Arsenal will therefore have to contend with a Europa League place in fifth alongside United who have been predicted to finish sixth.
In the relegation battle, Newcastle have been backed to avoid the drop by a whisker, with Watford, Burnley, and Norwich heading to the Championship.
EPL final table predicted by supercomputer:
1. Man City
6. Man United
7. West Ham
11. Aston Villa
12. Crystal Palace
Man United stun West Ham
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Manchester United bagged a last-minute winner with virtually the last kick of the game to move to the top four at the expense of West Ham on Saturday, January 22.
It was Marcus Rashford who came up with the goods in the dying seconds just when it looked like West Ham were on their way to a draw at Old Trafford.
The England forward tapped in from close range from an Edinson Cavani cross to give his side the lead with 26 seconds left on the clock.
Source: Sports Brief News