Premier League Supercomputer predicts weekend's scores including West Ham vs Chelsea, Arsenal and Leeds vs Man Utd | The Sun

THE PREMIER LEAGUE title race hots up this weekend with Arsenal looking to bounce back from their surprise defeat at Everton last week.

The Gunners host Brentford in a London derby with Thomas Frank's side in fine form.

The Bees are unbeaten in nine Prem games so they will provide another big test of the Gunners' title credentials.

A defeat would provide both Manchester clubs with an opportunity to close the gap at the top, with United taking on Leeds for the second time in five days.

Erik ten Hag's side clawed their way back to claim a point after trailing 2-0 to the managerless side on Wednesday, who are still looking for Jesse Marsch's successor after target Carlos Corberan decided to stay at West Brom.

Leeds are fighting relegation with only a point separating them from the bottom three, just like West Ham.


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The Hammers have had a mini resurgence and are unbeaten in their last three games – they welcome Chelsea to East London in Saturday's lunch-time kick-off.

Here is how the supercomputer – which analyses the latest odds and statistical data – sees the big three games unfolding.

Arsenal vs Brentford

Mikel Arteta will be desperate to get back to winning ways following Arsenal's unconvincing performance at Goodison Park.

They are unbeaten at The Emirates and have won their last two games against Brentford, including a 3-0 thrashing earlier this season.

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Bees look tough to beat and have only conceded one goal in five league games, but the supercomputer is tipping Arsenal for the win.

Supercomputer winner: Arsenal

Supercomputer predicted scoreline: Arsenal 2-0 Brentford

Most likely goalscorer: Eddie Nketiah

Leeds vs Man Utd

Leeds tore up the form book by racing into a 2-0 lead at Old Trafford and could fancy their chances in front of a raucous, packed-out Elland Road.

But United have plenty of goals in the side with Marcus Rashford continuing his brilliant form on Wednesday.

Jadon Sancho also scored to level the game at 2-2 after returning from a lengthy absence, and he could be the difference if he is handed his first start since October.

Supercomputer winner: Man Utd

Supercomputer predicted scoreline: Leeds 1-2 Man Utd

Most likely goalscorer: Marcus Rashford

West Ham vs Chelsea

The return from suspension of loanee Joao Felix will boost the Blues.

The forward was sent off in his debut against Fulham but did show promising signs in that encounter.

However Chelsea have struggled of late with just one win in seven games and Graham Potter is still in the process of bedding in new signings.

Despite their troubles both sides have mean defences and West Ham are expected to continue their unbeaten run after picking up an impressive point at Newcastle last time out.

Supercomputer winner: Draw

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Supercomputer predicted scoreline: West Ham 1-1 Chelsea

Most likely goalscorer: Joao Felix

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