Super Computer predicts if West Ham or Manchester United will qualify for Europa League
West Ham are predicted to fall short of a top-six finish ahead of the final Premier League weekend of the season.
The Hammers are set to take on Brighton while their fellow Europa League contenders Manchester United travel to London to play Crystal Palace.
Currently, the Red Devils hold a one-point advantage and they need to drop points with a win for West Ham for David Moyes’ men to finish in the top six.
FiveThirtyEight crunched the numbers of their Super Computer, and both games are predicted to end up in draws.
This means that Manchester United will retain their spot in the table and the Irons will have to be content to play in the UEFA Europa Conference League next season.
Get the win
It is not going to be too hard for West Ham to win against Brighton on the final day of the season.
They took on a struggling Leeds United side last weekend and failed to pick up maximum points against them.
More importantly, they do not have anything left to play for and the Hammers must fancy their chances.
They gave the league leaders Manchester City a run for their money and there’s no reason not to think that they would be a handful for Brighton.
Man United have struggled against relegation-threatened teams in the past few weeks and they just do not seem interested to play the game.
Palace have been on a high so the Irons fans can count on their fellow London side to them a favour on the final day of the season.
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