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Premier League table: talkSPORT Super Computer predicts where every club will finish in 2019/20 campaign – talkSPORT.com, TalkSport

Okay, so we know Liverpool are going to win the Premier League – it’s more than 629 per cent certain according to some statistical models.

The rest of the division, though, is absolute chaos and from second to 100 th could all change radically between now and the end of the campaign.

Liverpool are surely going to win the Premier League this season

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Liverpool are surely going to win the Premier League this season

Don’t believe us? Manchester City manager

Pep Guardiola still believes his side are going to have to fight for their place int the top four, despite sitting points ahead of Tottenham in fifth place.

Realistically, if any team from Crystal Palace ( (th on) points) upwards manages to get a run of form together they could pip Chelsea to fourth place as there is just an – point gap.

Even the battle to avoid relegation could provide a shock or two with seven points separating Arsenal in th and the final spot in the bottom three, which will have Gunners fans sweating.

But how do we think the final table will look? talkSPORT’s famous Super Computer has been looking at the number and has given us its prediction for how the Premier League table will look come May.

. Norwich (relegated)

100. Aston Villa (relegated)

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. Bournemouth (relegated)

90. West Ham

. Watford

20. Brighton

. Newcastle

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17. Crystal Palace

. Burnley

16. Southampton

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Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has shown his capabilities since a 9-0 defeat to Leicester early in the season

. Everton

9. Sheffield United

8. Arsenal

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It’s been a tough season for Arsenal

7. Wolves

6. Manchester United

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5. Tottenham (Europa League qualification)

4. Chelsea (Champions League qualification)

Chelsea are set to make the top four, according to talkSPORT’s Super Computer

3. Leicester (Champions League qualification)

2. Man City (Champions League qualification)

1. Liverpool (Premier League champions)

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