Manchester United have 4% chance of making Champions League

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The expert number crunchers Bloomberg Sports have turned their super computer back on the predict what the Premier League will look like at the end of the season.

Manchester United will be hoping that this is one computer that proves to be not so super, as it predicts that Manchester United will not just finish outside the top four but in seventh.

Meanwhile archrivals Manchester City narrowly miss out on the title to Chelsea with Arsenal and Liverpool making up the rest of the top four.

Along with the predicted finishing places, the table also offers us the chance to see each team's chances of winning the Premier League and finishing in the top four.

Somewhat unsurprisingly, Manchester United are given a 0.0% chance of retaining their title while finishing in the top four is somewhat of a long shot. Bloomberg Sports rates their chances at just 4.3%.

Although it looks like tough task for David Moyes to salvage a Champions League place, it is shocking to see that they have almost a 96% chance of finishing outside the top four for the first time in Premier League history.

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