Don’t we all love the traditional ‘supercomputer’ popping up at this stage of the season to make a final league prediction? Well maybe not this time around for Arsenal fans, with the infamous prediction machine placing the Gunners in a disappointing sixth place – out of the Champions League and Europa League places.
This finish would mean Arsenal head into the underwhelming Europa Conference League – hardly competition that fans would be too keen to qualify for, considering its demands for questionable reward.
Despite the seven defeats this season, Arsenal sit fourth in the Premier League and will have ambitions to hold on to that spot, considering the competition is coming from the likes of West Ham, Tottenham and Manchester United, with the latter not in any sort of good form.
The data, taken via the Sun, pits Man City as champions, Liverpool second, Chelsea third and Manchester United in fourth.
Arsenal’s most tricky fixtures in the second half of the season see Mikel Arteta’s men host Leicester and Manchester United, while trips to Tottenham and West Ham could prove to be troublesome.