Tottenham have enjoyed a late surge in the Premier League to cut the deficit to leaders Chelsea to just four points.
But it appears to be all in vain, as Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs have just a FIVE per cent chance of getting their hands on the trophy.
According to data put together by the Financial Times, Chelsea are 95 per cent certain to win the Premier League this season.
With four games still to play, Tottenham are just four points behind Chelsea – with West Ham, Manchester United, Leicester and Hull still to play.
Three of those games are away from home, while the Blues have just one away game as they take on Middlesbrough, West Brom, Watford and Sunderland.
Elsewhere in the table, United and Arsenal look destined to miss out on the top four, with Jose Mourinho's men boasting just a ten per cent chance.
Arsene Wenger's Gunners meanwhile are 59 per cent likely to end up sixth - with just a four per cent chance of breaking into the Champions League spots.
Liverpool and Manchester City are the teams set to clinch third and fourth, according to the numbers.
At the other end of the table, Hull are more likely than Swansea to avoid the drop, but still face a 42 per cent chance of slipping into 18th.
Swansea on the other hand are 56 per cent most likely to end up in the final drop zone spot.
Despite their plucky 1-1 draw against Man City, Middlesbrough are now 98 per cent certain to return to the Championship for the 2017-18 season.