- The Football Web Pages supercomputer have revealed how the final Premier League table standings could look
- The prediction has tipped Liverpool to lift the title, with Man United and Man City sealing a Champions League place
- Watford's horrendous run is expected to continue, earning them relegation to Championship alongside Newcastle and Southampton
The new 2019/20 Premier League season is already taking shape after the third round of matches playing at the weekend.
Liverpool are currently sitting on the summit of of the log with a 100 per cent record, winning all the three matches they have played.
The Reds’ emphatic win over Arsenal fired them two points clear of Man City who now sit second after dropping points against Tottenham in matchweek two.
Chelsea, on the other hand picked their first win under Frank Lampard on Saturday, August 24, after Tammy Abraham inspiring them to a 3-2 win over Norwich 3-2 at Carrow Road.
Whereas the victory was vital, a recent prediction by the supercomputer still does not fancy the Blues to even make the mid-table.
According to Football Web Pages, Liverpool are poised to lift the title this season after missing out on it in the last campaign by a fine margin.
Stats pros at the web page tipped defending champions Man City to finish second, with shockingly Burnley and Man United completing the top four slots.
Watford, who are currently languishing in the drop zone alongside Southampton and Newcastle are expected to be dropped, with West Ham predicted to comfortably survive.
Promoted sides Norwich, Sheffield United and Aston Villa all survive too, as Chelsea stumble to 15th after collecting 42 points.
Arsenal are expected to tail off and finish eighth, with Brighton and Bournemouth the surprise package finishing above them.
The Football Web Pages supercomputer base predictions on the percentage likelihood of each possible result in every fixture - recalculated after every top-flight goal.
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