A Premier League supercomputer has predicted that Manchester United will fail to qualify for next season's Champions League.

Instead, it says David Moyes’ West Ham will earn a top four spot by three points, with United in fifth.

However, these forecasts from the FiveThirtyEight supercomputer come before interim boss Ralf Rangnick takes charge of United for the first time in Sunday’s home game with Crystal Palace.

Still, it has given the Red Devils less than a one per cent chance of winning their first league title since 2013.

Their chances of qualifying for the Champions League, it says, is only 24 per cent.

United have not won an away league game since their 3-0 win over Tottenham on October 30, albeit drew 1-1 against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in November.

Meanwhile, the supercomputer predicts Manchester City are on course for a sixth league title, pipping Liverpool to top spot by a point.

Pep Guardiola’s side have been given a 46 per cent chance to retain their crown.

After Saturday’s round of Premier League fixtures, it predicted that the current top four will finish in the positions they occupy now.

Chelsea are estimated to finish eight points off the pace while United are forecast to end the season on 60 points, some 27 points behind City.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Brighton complete the top eight while Leicester City, who narrowly missed out on Champions League football last season, are tipped to not qualify for any European competition in ninth.

Norwich City are predicted to go straight back down to the Championship by finishing rock bottom with Newcastle United joining them on the same number of points (31), despite their big-money takeover.

Burnley are deemed the third side to suffer the drop with Watford securing another season of top-flight football by a margin of two points.

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