Sky Sports has predicted the final Premier League table ahead of the 2018/19 season with several big shocks.
The algorithm is based on past seasons, statistics, form and summer transfers, but how accurate will it be at the end of the season?
Manchester United are on the verge of finishing in the top four, but it is bad news for two of London's elite clubs to miss Champions League football.
Surprisingly, West Ham got into trouble as a shock team reached the low point of the Premier League – but do you agree with the predictions of the computer?
The relegation zone
The Sky Sports predictive table begins with controversial performances. The wolves are ready for the descent, although many experts and fans impress the new guys.
They are supported by Huddersfield and Cardiff, although both spend solid amounts of money to strengthen their squads this season.
West Ham is also a surprising relegation candidate despite spending more than £ 100m with Manuel Pellegrini in the lead.
17. West Ham
Newcastle fans were desperate about their chances of success this season after making a huge profit during the summer transfer time, rather than having to reinvest their incoming money.
Aleksandar Mitrovic joined St. James Park in a £ 22 million deal for Fulham and is likely to be in direct competition with his former club.
Roy Hodgson has given his future at Crystal Palace and they could enjoy a great season while Everton could join them, but would the Toffees be happy to get into the top half?
9th Crystal Palace
The European applicants
Burnley was backed by the Sky Sports algorithm to achieve almost the heroic achievements of last season, though they will only miss a Europa League spot.
Chelsea and Arsenal will miss the Champions League football again. Unai Emery's revolution with the Gunners will be a flop.
Leicester round off the Europa League, although Riyad Mahrez was sold to Manchester City.
The top four
Manchester City is expected to defend its Premier League title from the Sky Sports computer, lagging behind in fourth place with its closest and most bitter rivals.
Jose Mourinho did not manage to score with Manchester United this summer, and although they still have enough to finish in the top four, a title challenge could take them a step too far.
Although Tottenham is unable to sign a single player in the transfer window, the city is expected to be closest, with Liverpool in third place.
4. Manchester United
1. Manchester City