Liverpool’s Premier League Title Challenge Gets An Incredible New Prediction From Supercomputer
A supercomputer has predicted that Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side will amass an incredible 112 points en route to capturing the Premier League title.
The Reds have been in scintillating form this season as the runaway league leaders have dropped only two points from their 25 matches so far.
And Klopp's men, who are on 73 points and hold a 22-point lead over Manchester City, are expected to win the league title by a significant margin in the supercomputer's predictions.
The supercomputer also predicted that defending champions City, who are currently second, would finish in third place behind Leicester City.
Chelsea are expected to be the final team to finish in the top four and secure Champions League football for the following season.
The supercomputer believes that Tottenham, Manchester United and Arsenal will finish the season on a low point.
Spurs are predicted to finish 7th on 56 points, United to come 8th with 55 points and Arsenal ending up in 9th place with 48 points.
Posted below is the supercomputer's full predictions for the Premier League table.
20. Norwich: 27
19. Watford: 30
18. Aston Villa: 31
17. Bournemouth: 34
16. West Ham: 37
15. Southampton: 40
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14. Burnley: 43
13. Brighton: 44
12. Newcastle: 45
11. Crystal Palace: 45
10. Everton: 48
9. Arsenal: 48
8. Manchester United: 55
7. Tottenham: 56
6. Wolves: 58
5. Sheffield United: 61
4. Chelsea: 69
3. Man City: 77
2. Leicester: 84
1. Liverpool: 112
Liverpool will return to Premier League action on Saturday when they travel away to Norwich City.
And Klopp's men will continue their Champions League defence next week with an away trip to Atletico Madrid for the first leg of their round-of-16 tie.
Meanwhile, City will return to action on 19th February when they host West Ham before their showdown with Leicester on 22nd February.
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