As Manchester City draw closer to an inevitable English Premier League title under the tutelage of tactician, Pep Guardiola, attention has been drawn to who will make up the rest of the top four.
The Citizens top the log with 71 points, and have a huge 14 points over Manchester United who sit second.
Both Manchester clubs look set to seal the top two positions in the Premier League table leaving two more positions to make up the top four.
There are a string of clubs competing to represent England in next year’s UEFA Champions League with Leicester, Chelsea, Liverpool, and West Ham looking to appear in Europe’s biggest competition next season.
Although Brendan Rogers’ side, Leicester City sit third on the standings, a super computer has tipped them to narrowly finish outside the top four for the second season running.
The foxes have a five-point cushion over fourth-placed Chelsea who have been rejuvenated by the appointment of former PSG boss, Thomas Tuchel.
The super computer has tipped the Blues and Liverpool to join Manchester United and rivals, City to finish in the top four of the English Premier League table.
In the relegation battle, Fulham, West Bromwich Albion and Sheffield United have all been backed to drop to the Championship, with Newcastle surviving by a whisker.