Manchester City will close the gap on Premier League leaders Arsenal, but Mikel Arteta’s men will hold their nerve to claim the title, according to Mirror Football’s SuperComputer.
After the March international break, there will be 10 rounds of fixtures left to play.
Arsenal are currently eight points ahead of City, having amassed 69 points from 28 games, while the champions are on 61 points, having played one game less.
Pep Guardiola’s men are the only challenger with any realistic chance of preventing a title parade in North London this May, but with City likely to be without Erling Haaland for their upcoming clash with Liverpool, it is certainly a advantage to Arsenal at this stage.
The SuperComputer has predicted Manchester United will clinch third place, as Eric Ten Hag’s resurgent side are expected to reach 74 points.
The battle for the final Champions League place was predicted to go down to the wire, with Tottenham (69 points) just edging out Liverpool (69).