Gameweek 17 in the Premier League promises a blockbuster clash between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield, along with intriguing matchups such as Arsenal vs. Brighton and Manchester City vs. Crystal Palace.

The Premier League supercomputer is giving the nod to Liverpool in the anticipated battle against Manchester United at Anfield, where Jurgen Klopp and Erik ten Hag will face off.

Liverpool currently leads the table with 37 points from 16 matches, displaying exceptional form since their last defeat in September.

The algorithm predicts a 63.1% chance of Liverpool securing a victory, while United, reeling from a recent humiliation by Bournemouth, has a slim 16.4% chance.

Arsenal is positioned at 50.8% to triumph over Brighton as they aim to claim the top spot, even if temporarily.

After a setback against Aston Villa, Mikel Arteta’s team sits second, just one point behind Liverpool, with the chance to overtake them on Sunday at 2 pm.

Manchester City, coming off a 2-1 win against Luton, is strongly favored at 64.9% in their clash against out-of-form Crystal Palace.

Pep Guardiola’s side aims to maintain their dominance, while Roy Hodgson’s team faces a daunting 12.2% chance of an unlikely victory.

Newcastle, despite recent defeats, holds a whopping 69% chance of securing three points against a formidable Fulham side at St James’ Park.

This prediction might surprise many, considering Newcastle’s recent struggles and Fulham’s impressive 5-0 victories in their last two matches.

Chelsea, despite losing their last two matches, is heavily favored against Sheffield United, with a high likelihood of securing a win.

Bournemouth, the most in-form team in the last five matches, faces Luton with respective chances of 46.8% and 28%.

In a potential relegation six-pointer, Burnley (30.6%) clashes with Everton (45.2%) in the Saturday evening kick-off.

Everton, despite a 10-point deduction, sits outside the bottom three with 13 points.

Aston Villa, despite recent wins against Manchester City and Arsenal, is the underdog against Brentford on Sunday, with a 34.5% chance of victory.

Lastly, West Ham (51.3%) is expected to outperform Wolves (25.8%) on Sunday at the London Stadium.

David Moyes’ side, recovering from a 5-0 defeat, seeks a comeback against Wolves.

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