The fifth week of the Premier League season was now forecasted by a supercomputer from BT Sports The Script. That's not great news for some of London's best clubs.
Arsenal, Crystal Palace and West Ham United started the season the strongest with seven points ahead. Tottenham and Chelsea have each scored five points in the first four games of the new season.
But how are London's teams going to beat this weekend? In a new experiment for the 2019/20 season, some of the world's leading data analysts have used the artificial intelligence of machine learning to predict the exact outcome of all high-profile games. BT has asked data experts from Google Cloud, Opta and Squawka to use the cutting-edge technology.
It is good news for West Ham to defeat Aston Villa on the road, but Arsenal is likely to suffer a blow to nearby Watford.
Chelsea are expected to remain tied to the Wolves, while Spurs is in the lead in the London derby against Palace.
Here are the five games of the week predicted by the supercomputer:
Aston Villa 1 West Ham 2
Watford 2 Arsenal 0
Liverpool 3 Newcastle 0
Sheffield United 4 Southampton 1
Wolves 0 Chelsea 0
Manchester United 2 Leicester City 2
Norwich City 2 Man City 2
Tottenham 2 Crystal Palace 0
Brighton 0 Burnley 0
Bournemouth 0 Everton 0