Supercomputer gives final day verdict on Everton, Leeds or Leicester survival

The final Premier League table has been predicted by a supercomputer – and it's bad news for Leeds and Leicester.

Everton will remain outside of the bottom three with a nervy 1-0 win over Bournemouth according to the stats – with Leeds and Leicester relegated despite winning.

Sam Allardyce's men have been back to beat Tottenham 2-1 with Dean Smith's Leicester also down despite a 1-0 win over West Ham at the King Power.

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That means that Leeds and Leicester will join already relegated Southampton in the Championship, with only one change in the final day table.

The supercomputer has picked Brentford to go above Tottenham into eighth place by securing a 1-1 draw with champions Manchester City.

The final table on has also predicted wins for Manchester United against Fulham and Newcastle against Chelsea.

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Sean Dyche's Toffees look set to escape relegation thanks to their recent win over Brighton as well as draws with Wolves and rivals Leicester.

Allardyce only had four games to make a difference at Leeds but defeats to City and West Ham as well as a draw against Newcastle put them in a perilous position.

Leicester struggled under Brendan Rodgers and looked to have turned a corner under new management, but have lost two of their last three matches.

Dyche has said going into the last game of the season: "We won’t worry about anything else that’s happening off the pitch.

"There won’t be much to worry about anywhere else, because of the noise around us about what’s going on.

“So we have to use that, and we have to give it back to the fans. That is the message.”


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