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Troost-Ekong, Etebo, Onyeka Tipped To Go On Relegation As Supercomputer Predicts Final EPL Table 

Troost-Ekong, Etebo, Onyeka Tipped To Go On Relegation As Supercomputer Predicts Final EPL Table 

Nigerian stars William Troost-Ekong, Oghenekaro Etebo, Isaac Success, Emmanuel Dennis and Frank Onyeka have all been tipped to be relegated with their clubs at the end of the 2021/22 Premier League season.

This is according to a Premier League supercomputer that has predicted what the table may look like on the final day of the coming season.

Troost-Ekong, Etebo, Success, Dennis and former Flying Eagles star Tom Dele-Bashiru all play for newly promoted Watford.

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While Onyeka joined another promoted side Brentford from Danish giants Midtjylland.

The forecast which comes via bettingexpert.com’s supercomputer, an algorithm that has analysed informative betting markets, tipped the three promoted sides Norwich, Watford and Brentford to all drop back down in the Championship.

Norwich may have won the Championship last season, but the algorithm claims they’re most likely to finish bottom with Watford finishing just about them in 19th.

While Brentford, who came up via the play-offs, are tipped to finish 18th in their very first season in the Premier League.

The supercomputer tipped Manchester City to retain their crown in the coming campaign and has also predicted that Champions League winners Chelsea will likely just miss out on winning the title with a second-place finish next campaign.

It predicted that Liverpool – the 2019/2020 title champions – will claim third place.

And this of course means that Manchester United are tipped to finish fourth, despite the Red Devils achieving a second-place last season.

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  • That computer is just using last season’s outcome to predict this season….. Every season has its own story and the story is written by the players coaches fans and management…..So chill out super computer…..This season is an unborn child and nobody can predict it….. Watford Norwich and Bredford are aware of this too and they won’t just fold their hands and watch it happen…..they are going to try to do something about that supercomputer’s prediction…..All this makes this new season so sweet.

  • The EPL is a very exciting league so everyone is anxiously waiting for it’s kickoff. Even The supercomputer is already focasting it’s final outcome to tell you the global nature of the league.

  • Abdul handsy 3 years ago

    The “super computer” is definitely not going to be super this time around!

  • pompei 3 years ago

    I hearby encourage or boys to spoil market for the super computer by proving it totally wrong. They will have to change its name from super computer to yeye computer.

  • Benghazi 3 years ago

    The same supercomputer that predicted it was coming home

  • This is the same Super computer that predicted France will beat England in the just concluded Euros final.

  • Nah wao. Even supercomputer no rate Arsenal. It seems these ones are now mid-level team with Leeds, Everton and West Ham.

    But I’m tipping Liverpool to take this one (especially with less injury woes now), followed by City. I wish Leicester & Everton can claim 3rd & 4th spots. Then Chelsea, Man U fight with Arsenal & co for Europa slots.

  • Last season, Talksports Super Computer predicted the following teams would be relegated: Fulham, West Ham and West Brom.

    It wasn’t far wide off the mark.

    Another Super Computer, Unikrn ’s supercomputer, predicted the following teams would be relegated last season: West Brom, Fulham with Aston Villa.

    Fulham, Sheffield United and West Brom actually got relegated.

    Both Super Computers predicted Liverpool would lose out to Manchester City at the top – which turned out to be the case.

    I do pray that Watford and Brentford can prove this particular Super Computer wrong this time around.

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