The final Premier League table for 2015/16 revealed by complex calculation

first_img 20 20 20. Aston Villa are predicted to finish bottom with 25 points (they are calculated to have a 99.9 per cent chance of relegation) and to see where your club will finish click the arrow above, right 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 3. Arsenal are predicted to end the season on 71 points (they are calculated to have a 95 per cent chance of finishing in the Premier League top four and a 25 per cent chance of winning the title) 20 17. Newcastle are predicted to finish with 38 points (they are calculated to have a 42 per cent chance of being relegated) 9. Southampton are predicted to end the 2015/16 season with 54 points (and a 0.2 per cent chance of a top four finish) 14. Crystal Palace are predicted to end the season on 45 points (they are calculated to have a 0.8 per cent chance of being relegated) 20 7. Chelsea are predicted to end the season on 58 points (they are calculated to have a 1.2 per cent chance of finishing in the top four places in the Premier League) 20 10. Everton are predicted to end the season on 54 points (they are calculated to have a 0.1 per cent chance of finishing in the Premier League top four) 6. Liverpool are predicted to end the season on 61 points (they are calculated to have an 8.5 per cent chance of finishing in the top four of the Premier League) 20 13. West Brom are predicted to end the season on 46 points (they are calculated to have a 0.2 per cent chance of being relegated) 16. Bournemouth are predicted to finish with 41 points (they are calculated to have a nine per cent chance of being relegated) 12. Watford are predicted to finish the season with 48 points 20 20 2. Leicester City are predicted to end the season on 72 points (they are calculated to have an 86 per cent chance of finishing in the Premier League top four and a 26 per cent chance of winning the title) 20 11. Stoke City are predicted to end the 2015/16 season with 54 points 19. Norwich are predicted to finish with 34 points (they are calculated to have a 75 per cent chance of being relegated) 8. West Ham are predicted to end the season on 58 points (they are calculated to have a 1.1 per cent chance of finishing in the Premier League top four) 20 20 20 4. Man City are predicted to finish the current campaign with 69 points (they are calculated to have a 17 per cent chance of winning the Premier League, and an 81 per cent chance of staying in the top four) 1. Tottenham are predicted to end the season on 72 points (they are calculated to have an 87 per cent chance of finishing in the Premier League top four and a 30 per cent chance of winning the title) – So there you have it, the Super Computer is currently predicting Spurs to edge the title race… just! But it’s almost too close to call. 5. Man United are predicted to end the season on 66 points (they are calculated to have a 40 per cent chance of finishing in the top four and two per cent chance of winning the Premier League) 20 18. Sunderland are predicted to end the season with 34 points (they are calculated to have a 67 per cent chance of being relegated) How will the Premier League table end up looking at the end of the season? No one can say with any certainty, but it’s certainly fun to predict.With Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City all losing this week, allowing Leicester to remain top and increase their lead by a point, the title is completely up for grabs.Meanwhile, Manchester United and West Ham are still in the hunt for fourth place, while even Liverpool cannot be ruled out at this stage.As for the relegation fight, Villa look doomed, with Norwich, Newcastle and Sunderland all in deep trouble, but could another club be sucked into the battle to avoid the drop?Leading sports technology and data company, Stats.com use a complex algorithm to determine ‘expected points’ and you can find out what their super computer has predicted for the final table, above.Click the arrow above, right, to see where your team will finish. 15. Swansea are predicted to finish with 42 points (they are calculated to have a 4.5 per cent chance of being relegated) last_img