Supercomputer predicts where Southend United will end this season!


A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the remainder of the National League season and is backing Southend United to avoid relegation.

At the top of the table, Chesterfield is set to win the title, leaving high-spenders Wrexham and Stockport to fight in the playoffs, according to the bettingexpert supercomputer.

Notts County, Boreham Wood, Grimsby and Bromley will take the other spots in the top seven, while Halifax and Dagenham both narrowly miss.

At the other end of the board, Weymouth, Kings Lynn and Dover should be relegated as the latter cannot recover from a 12-point deduction.

This means Southend and Aldershot are supported to survive, despite real concerns for both about the possibility of advancing to level six in English football.

Elsewhere, former EFL teams Yeovil and Torquay will have to settle for mediocrity in the midfield, while Barnet shouldn’t have enough to climb into the top half of the table, even after their recent resurgence.

This prediction comes from bettingexpert’s supercomputer, an algorithm that analyzed informative betting markets including title winner, promotion and top half.

A bettingexpert spokesperson said: “James Rowe’s Chesterfields are on pole position to take the only automatic promotion spot in the National League ahead of pre-season favorites Wrexham and Stockport.

“It could mean the playoffs become a piece between two non-league giants, while Notts County and Grimsby will still have promotional ambitions.

“Boreham Wood and Bromley may be the black horses, and there will be relief for Southend and Aldershot who should avoid the fall.”

Southend is expected to finish 17th.

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