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This season’s Premier League champions will be determined by simulating the remaining Premier League matches 800 times.

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This season’s Premier League champions will be determined by simulating the remaining Premier League matches 800 times.

In the midst of a nail-biting title chase between Arsenal and Manchester City, the remaining Premier League matches for the 2022-23 season have been simulated an eye-watering 800 times.

Arsenal currently lead defending champions City by two points at the top of the table, however Mikel Arteta’s men have a Premier League match in hand.

Manchester United, which won the League Cup over Newcastle on Sunday, is now tied for fourth place in the Premier League alongside City and Arsenal.

The Red Devils sit third in the league rankings, eight points behind Arsenal, with Erik ten Hag’s men behind City by six points with a game in hand.

Craig Edwards, a Twitter user, has now released the results of an 800-times Premier League simulation, revealing who is likely to finish in the top four.

Arsenal have a 53.44 percent chance of winning the Premier League this season, according to the data.

And the Gunners have a 39.44 percent chance of finishing second in the Premier League table rather than first.

City, on the other hand, have a 44.15 percent chance of finishing ahead of Arsenal and keeping the title, with a 47.33 percent chance of finishing second.

The simulated results effectively ruled out United challenging for the Premier League crown, with the Red Devils having only a 2.42 percent probability of finishing first.

The findings, however, revealed that Ten Hag’s side will qualify for the Champions League next season with a 51.91 percent chance of finishing third.

Tottenham, who are presently fourth in the Premier League rankings, will have the challenge of finishing in the top four this season.

According to the simulation, Spurs have a 31.81 percent chance of placing fourth, a 23.41 percent chance of finishing third, and an 18.96 percent chance of finishing third.

This season’s Premier League champions will be determined by simulating the remaining Premier League matches 800 times.

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