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Manchester City will once again beat Liverpool to the Premier League crown next season, according to a supercomputer.
The Reds pushed Pep Guardiola's men to the final day of the season in the race for the 2018-19 league title.
And talkSPORT has now used a supercomputer to predict the Premier League table for the 2019-20 campaign and the defending champions came out on top.
Jurgen Klopp's men, who won the Champions League last season, ended up in second place behind their title-challenging rivals.
Tottenham Hotspur came third and Manchester United clinched the final top-four spot, meaning Arsenal and Chelsea would miss out on Champions League football.
Brighton, Sheffield United and Newcastle have the unfortunate pleasure of being the teams relegated from the Premier League.
Posted below is the complete predictions made by the supercomputer.
20. Brighton (relegated)
19. Sheffield United (relegated)
18. Newcastle (relegated)
17. Crystal Palace
16. Aston Villa
15. Norwich City
10. Leicester City
7. West Ham United
5. Arsenal (Europa League qualification)
4. Manchester United (Champions League qualification)
3. Tottenham Hotspur (Champions League qualification)
2. Liverpool (Champions League qualification)
1. Manchester City (Premier League champions)
City boss Guardiola, who is chasing his third consecutive league title, has predicted an even closer race for the Premier League crown by claiming that all top-six sides could challenge for it.
"I don't know if it will be like last season, two real contenders -- Liverpool and us -- to win the Premier League," the Spaniard said.
"I think United with Harry Maguire and the other players they bought, Arsenal as well, and Chelsea, and Tottenham that they won all the pre-season so I think there will be many, many contenders this time.
"Liverpool are a top-class team and the difference is one point ahead and one penalty ahead, that is the difference. It's minor.
"Sometimes the coin can come on your side, sometimes it cannot so that is why it's good to face them to see how well prepared we have to be to try to win the title."
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