Premier League supercomputer nailed it with Man Utd and Liverpool but way off on Chelsea

Tottenham were then expected to finish sixth rather than Brighton, with Aston Villa backed to finish 11th rather than seventh. Chelsea were predicted to finish just outside of the European places in eighth, though Frank Lampard was unable to steady the sinking ship as they sunk to a bottom-half finish.

In regards to the relegation battle, Bournemouth drew clear of the bottom three in impressive fashion this season - and FiveThirtyEight didn’t see that coming, nor predict that Leicester City would also be dragged down the Championship. Despite their success in predicting how the top four would look, only Southampton were successfully named as set-to-be-relegated back in January – rather than the Foxes (13th) and Leeds (14th).

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