Sunderland will finish bottom of the table and spend next season in the Championship, according to a supercomputer.
The team at sports software firm Stats.com have used their expertise to calculate an estimated final Premier League table for the 2015/2016 season, putting Sunderland at rock bottom with 32 points.
Newcastle are predicted to survive by a narrow margin, however, with 38 points – enough to put them into 15th place on goal difference.
Aston Villa are tipped to come 19th with 34 points, and Bournemouth 18th with 36 points.
Manchester City are predicted to finish top with 80 points, Arsenal second with 78 points, and Manchester United third with 75 points.
The prediction comes at an already grim time for Sunderland fans, as the search continues to find a new manager after the resignation of Dick Advocaat.
The club currently sit second bottom, one place ahead of Newcastle.