Premier League table: Supercomputer's 2021/22 prediction is so crazy it's gone viral

The prediction is certainly a bold one...

Throughout the course of a modern Premier League season, various ‘supercomputers’ will attempt to predict the final table.

While none of the forecasts are ever close to being totally accurate come the conclusion of a 38-game campaign, they always seem to attract a considerable amount of attention.

But to the best of our knowledge, there hasn’t been a ‘supercomputer prediction’ that’s been talked about anywhere near as much as the latest one produced by Football Web Pages.

Per The Mirror, the publication’s whacky model has some ridiculous results within it, including Chelsea winning the title by 10 clear points while conceding just four goals all season.

Elsewhere, newly-promoted Brentford have been predicted to finish in the top four ahead of Manchester United, who have to make do with fifth in the table.

Then you have Southampton finishing the 2021/22 campaign without a single win to their name home or away.

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However, despite not hypothetically picking up three points in any of their 38 games, the Saints are still tipped to finish in 19th ahead of Norwich City.

Take a look at one of the craziest Premier League table predictions ever in full here…

Image: Supercomputer’s wild final 2021/22 PL table
The supercomputer's prediction

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There’s just way too much from that image to digest.

Arsenal in 13th with a goal difference of -30, Norwich scoring just nine goals all season and Manchester City finishing 23 points behind Chelsea are some of the standouts that we haven’t previously touched on.

Oh and in case you missed it, Brighton are predicted to finish eighth while letting in only 14 goals all season – which would be the least by any team over a whole campaign in Premier League history.

Yeah, that’s not going to happen…

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So after coming to terms with the image above – which may take a little while – you can understand why the prediction has gone viral for all the wrong reasons on social media.

Maybe it’s time we ditch the supercomputers and just watch how the season unfolds in real-time, eh?

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