There's a very interesting weekend of Premier League football ahead.
We've got four races happening over the next few weeks and all of them will be impacted this weekend.
The biggest match is undoubtedly Manchester City hosting Tottenham Hotspur, just days after their incredible clash in the Champions League.
It'll have implications on both the race for the title and the battle for the top four, with teams ready to pounce no matter how it goes.
Liverpool will travel to Cardiff City after City's game, while Arsenal and Chelsea host Crystal Palace and Burnley respectively.
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Then there's Manchester United, who head to Goodison Park to face Everton - the Toffees looking to keep the pressure on 7th spot.
Leicester City, Watford, and Wolverhampton Wanderers will challenge them for what is likely the last European place.
Then there's the relegation fight as Brighton hope to earn a better result against Wolves than Cardiff get against Liverpool.
So how will it all go down? Well, the Mirror reports the findings of a 'supercomputer' from the University of Reading.
The results suggest that City and Liverpool will both win their games, continuing the race at it's electric pace.
Arsenal and Chelsea are set to take advantage of Spurs' defeat, too.
United, however, won't - the results see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suffer a sixth consecutive away defeat.
Interestingly, the findings don't predict a single draw. The Premier League is currently on a streak of a month without a single draw, the longest such streak in competition history.
The predicted results are as follows:
Manchester City 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur
Bournemouth 2-1 Fulham
Huddersfield Town 0-1 Watford
West Ham 1-0 Leicester
Wolves 1-0 Brighton
Newcastle United 1-0 Southampton
Everton 1-0 Manchester United
Arsenal 1-0 Crystal Palace
Cardiff City 0-2 Liverpool
Chelsea 2-0 Burnley
We'll see just how accurate the 'computer' has been when City v Spurs kicks off at 12:30 tomorrow. No matter what way that one goes, it'll be a very interesting weekend in the Premier League.News Now - Sport News