The supercomputer predicts where rivals Sunderland, Charlton, Portsmouth, Wigan, Sheffield Wednesday and League One will end up after a busy transfer window in January

Ross Stewart and Alex Pritchard.

The Black Cats slipped to third in the table after Saturday’s embarrassing 6-0 defeat at Bolton – which led to the departure of Lee Johnson.

Tempers were raised on Monday night, however, as it became clear that Jermain Defoe would re-sign for the club.

Defoe became Sunderland’s sixth signing in a busy transfer window in January, following the arrivals of Trai Hume, Danny Batth, Patrick Roberts, Jack Clarke and Jay Matete.

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Using data provided by FiveThirtyEight, we took a look at how a supercomputer predicts how the rest of the League One season will unfold:

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