A supercomputer has predicted how the Premier League table will look come the end of the season with Manchester City tipped to win the title.
Reigning Prem champions Liverpool have impressed recently following a spell where they struggled in front of goal, though Jurgen Klopp improved his team on Deadline Day with two defensive signings.
Though a supercomputer, provided by Football Web Pages, has suggested it’s not quite been enough.
The table has City winning the league by 11 points with Liverpool in second, though the top four may surprise some.
Manchester United have impressed this season, though are down in sixth, while Chelsea are even further adrift.
Instead, the supercomputer predicted table has Leicester City in third while Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham are tipped to finish fourth.
Aston Villa beat United into fifth with Everton between the Red Devils and Chelsea.
At the other end of the table, it’s bad news for Sheffield United, West Brom and Fulham.
Indeed, the Blades, who beat Manchester United last week, are predicted to be the worst Premier League of all time.
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The supercomputer has them finishing on just ten points, though West Brom’s predicted 13 would also see them relegated to the Championship.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is not paying much attention to the table though, recently saying: "We still have 19 games to go in this incredible marathon.
“We are going to drop points and lose games but the important thing is to be calm, like we were when we were 12th in the table and understand why we didn't win that game and immediately win the next one.
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"This is all I'm concerned about now. It's the Premier League, welcome, it's so tough for everyone. You know it's competitive but we have had a good run.”
The table could change again this midweek with another full round of fixtures amid a packed schedule during the coronavirus pandemic.
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