A supercomputer has forecasted the final English Premier League (EPL) standings for Manchester City and Chelsea, both of which have recently been issued warnings regarding Financial Fair Play (FFP).
Man City, who currently top the Premier League table with 28 points after 12 matches, face the spectre of relegation over FFP violations.
Pep Guardiola’s side have 115 charges against them.
Meanwhile, Chelsea, who are in 10th position with 16 points from the same number of games, face charges of dodgy financial dealings during the tenure of their former owner Roman Abramovich.
Incidentally, the Premier League recently handed Everton a 10-point deduction for breaching profit and sustainability rules.
However, the King Casino Bonus supercomputer (as per Football London), has now predicted Man City to win their fourth straight league title by finishing with 98 points.
It added that Liverpool will finish second with 93 points and Arsenal eight points further adrift in third place.
Chelsea are expected to finish in the second half of the table with 47 points.
Everton have been predicted to narrowly avoid relegation by finishing 17th position with 27 points.
The likes of Burnley, Luton Town and Sheffield United are expected to be relegated.