A supercomputer has predicted the final standings for the 2019/20 Premier League season and it has provided a few surprises.
With just 11 games into the season, TalkSPORT decided to carry out its yearly algorithmic super-computer which predicts the league table at the end of the season based on the current standings.
And the result it throws up sees Liverpool win their first ever Premier League title, this season.
Here are the full standings:
- Manchester City
- Leicester City
- Tottenham Hotspur
- Manchester United
- Brighton & Hove Albion
- West Ham United
- Sheffield United
- Wolverhampton Wanderers
- Crystal Palace
- Newcastle United
- Aston Villa
- Norwich City
The Reds are ahead of City by six points at this juncture of the season and have taken 31 points from a possible 33.
The two sides will face off in a feisty encounter on Sunday at Anfield and a Liverpool victory could see Jurgen Klopp's men extend their lead at the top by nine points.
Meanwhile, the predicted table sees Leicester City once again playing in the UEFA Champions League next season after coming in fourth.
Frank Lampard's Chelsea would be the third best team in England this season after being ruled out of the top four race even before the season began.
And that means Arsenal, Spurs and Manchester United are set to miss out on the top four with all three clubs' managers Unai Emery, Mauricio Pochettino and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer currently at risk of losing their jobs.