Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham’s updated predicted finishes compared to Man Utd and Liverpool

A look at where Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are predicted to finish in the Premier League table with the help of FiveThirtyEight’s supercomputer.

The latest predicted table is in, and it’s bad news for at least one of London’s big three.

It has been an interesting start to the Premier League season, with plenty of surprises early in the season.

Liverpool are off to a disappointing start, while Manchester United struggled early on before turning things around.

Meanwhile, Chelsea have disappointed so far, sacking Thomas Tuchel and replacing him with Graham Potter, who got off to a flyer with Brighton.

Arsenal have been one of the stand out teams so far, sitting top of the Premier League table, one point ahead of Tottenham, who have also put together a superb start.

Fans of the two north London clubs will already be getting excited, but it’s a long season, and plenty of twists and turns lie ahead.

So, where are Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham predicted to finish this season?

Many already have Arsenal and Tottenham as title contenders, but neither are predicted to finish in the top two.

According to FiveThirtyEight’s latest calculations, Manchester City will come out on top again, racking up a points total of 87.

Liverpool are predicted to turn things around, racking up 74 points, finishing second, while Tottenham are backed to get 69 points, one more than Arsenal, who are tipped to land fourth spot, returning to the Champions League.

The 5-2 win over Leicester at the Amex proved to be Graham Potter's swansong as Brighton's boss – with the 47-year-old packing his bags for Chelsea, replacing sacked Thomas Tuchel. Photo: Bryn Lennon/Getty Images

Chelsea are being predicted to miss out on Champions League football, on course to land 64 points, three more than Manchester United in sixth place.

Even without Potter, Brighton are being tipped to secure Conference League football with a seventh place finish, with Newcastle United, Brentford and Crystal Palace all securing top-half finishes.

Leicester City are being predicted to continue their struggles, but the supercomputer suggests they will dodge relegation.

Big-spenders Nottingham Forest are tipped to finish bottom, with Bournemouth and Everton following them to the Championship.