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Supercomputer Predicts The Final Premier League Table With Some Shocking Placements

Supercomputer Predicts The Final Premier League Table With Some Shocking Placements

A supercomputer has predicted the final Premier League table and it has provided a few surprises.

We're 11 games into the new season and the table is beginning to take shape.

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Will Manchester City win a third consecutive Premier League title? (Image Credit: PA)
Will Manchester City win a third consecutive Premier League title? (Image Credit: PA)

TalkSPORT decided to boot up their supercomputer and calculate how this season will pan out.

You can check out the full table in descending order below.

  1. Liverpool
  2. Manchester City
  3. Chelsea
  4. Leicester City
  5. Arsenal
  6. Tottenham Hotspur
  7. Manchester United
  8. Brighton & Hove Albion
  9. West Ham United
  10. Bournemouth
  11. Sheffield United
  12. Wolverhampton Wanderers
  13. Crystal Palace
  14. Everton
  15. Burnley
  16. Newcastle United
  17. Aston Villa
  18. Norwich City
  19. Southampton
  20. Watford

Liverpool are tipped to win their first ever Premier League title ahead of Manchester City.

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They are ahead of City by six points as it stands and have taken 31 points from a possible 33.

Sadio Mane celebrates Liverpool's last minute winner against Aston Villa. (Image Credit: PA)
Sadio Mane celebrates Liverpool's last minute winner against Aston Villa. (Image Credit: PA)

The two title rivals face-off on Sunday at Anfield and a Liverpool victory could see Jurgen Klopp's men extend their lead at the top by nine points.

The top four is set to have a new member in the form of Leicester City.

Brendan Rodgers' side are set to upset the status quo and finish in the top four for the first time since their legendary 15/16 title win.

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Image Credit: PA

Chelsea are set to finish one place above them in third.

That means Arsenal, Spurs and Manchester United are set to miss out on the top four.

Unai Emery, Mauricio Pochettino and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer are under pressure at their respective sides after a slow start to the season.

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Image Credit: PA

Graham Potter's debut season with Brighton is set to see the Seagulls finish in eighth which is their highest ever Premier League finish.

It's a far cry from the beginning of the season when it was predicted they'd come bottom.

West Ham and Bournemouth are set to complete the top 10.

The bottom half features a few sides who may feel they've been treated harshly.

Chris Wilder's Sheffield United are predicted to finish 11th but they currently find themselves in the top six.

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Image Credit: PA

The two other promoted sides are set to fare a bit worse but one of them will stay up.

Aston Villa are tipped to stay up and it's probably deserved after their positive showings against big sides such as Liverpool this season.

Norwich are predicted to drop back down to the Championship in 18th.

The two other sides tipped for the drop are Southampton and Watford, the latter who still haven't won a game this season.

What do you think the Premier League table will look like at the end of the season?

Sound off in the comments below.

Featured Image Credit: FootyRenders

Topics: Manchester City, Liverpool, Football News, Leicester City, Chelsea, News, Manchester United, Premier League, Liverpool vs Manchester City, Arsenal

Daniel Marland

Daniel is a freelancer writer for SPORTbible and covers a variety of sports but specialises in football & wrestling. He has previously spoken to WWE wrestler Bayley as well as the legendary Triple H. He also has past experience of working at Manchester United, were he once held a door open for Nicky Butt as well as lock eyes with Jose Mourinho. He shockingly lived to tell the tale.

 

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