We're only 14 games into the Premier League season but it does already look like it's going to be a closer one than last year, when Jurgen Klopp's side ran away with the title by a mammoth 18 points from Manchester City.
So far this term their lead over second place Leicester City is just four points, and it might be less if Manchester United can win their game in hand over the champions.
However even with the title race likely to be closer this season, it could hardly not be, and Liverpool's injuries the Reds are still going to win the league.
That's according to the Sun, who say a supercomputer has predicted the final league table for this season.
Liverpool, Leicester, United and Chelsea will certainly be happy with their positions, and the Foxes will be hoping to avoid a collapse in the second half of the season like last year.
Southampton and Everton will no doubt be very pleased with their fifth and sixth place finishes but some teams at the top won't be happy at all.
Jose Mourinho's Spurs, having been considered title contenders just a couple of weeks ago, are down in seventh and Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are even further back from their rivals in eighth, having not failed to finish in the top four since 2010.
Down at the bottom, Mikel Arteta will be very happy to find out that his side won't be relegated but let's be honest a 16th placed finish isn't what the Gunners want.
The former Premier League champions aren't having a good season at all and Arteta has come in for criticism in recent time, as have the players.
A 16th placed finish would surely see the former Arsenal midfielder leave the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season.
Interestingly the supercomputer thinks that Fulham will manage to escape the drop and that Sheffield United will lift themselves off the bottom, but still get relegated.
In the Cottagers place in the bottom three is apparently going to Burnley, although Sean Dyche's side have a history of proving people wrong so going up against a supercomputer won't worry them.
How do you think the league table will look in May?
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