Premier League table predicted: Super computer predicts LATEST standings – Liverpool woe

Liverpool have not won the league since 1990 and know their destiny is not in their own hands with five Premier League games to play.

Stats experts Football Web pages predict they will win all of their remaining fixtures.

But that will not be enough to finish top as Manchester City are expected to follow suit by winning all of their matches.

That would mean Jurgen Klopp’s side finishing second with a whopping 97 points – the biggest total amassed by a team not to win the title in the history if english football.

City would finish one point in front on 98, just two short of their record total of 100 points last season.

Elsewhere, Tottenham are predicted to finish third to qualify for next season’s Champions league group stage automatically.

The battle for fourth promises to be one of the most exciting races in recent Premier league history and Manchester United are expected to pip rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.

Arsenal might have to settle for fifth with with Maurizio Sarri’s men sixth in his maiden season in England.

Watford, Everton, Leicester and Wolves are all fighting it out to be the best of the rest and Watford are predicted to come on top by sealing seventh place.

That would guarantee them Europa League football next season whatever happens when they face Man City in the FA Cup final.

At the other end of the table, Cardiff are predicted to finish in the final relegation place to join Huddersfield and Fulham in the Championship next term.

Incredibly, Neil Warnock’s side are expected to go down without wining a single point between now and May.

Burnley are expected to finish one place outside the relegation zone, with Newcastle in 16th.

Brighton are 15th and Bournemouth one place above them, while Southampton are predicted to finish strongly by claiming 14th place.

West Ham will have to settle for 12th and Crystal Palace should finish comfortably in mid-table.

Leicester are predicted to finish right in the middle of the pack, just behind Everton in ninth and Wolves in eighth.


1 Manchester City 98 points

2 Liverpool 97

3 Tottenham

4 Manchester United 77

5 Arsenal 73

6 Chelsea 73

7 Watford 59

8 Wolves 54

9 Everton 52

10 Leicester 50

11 Crystal Palace 46

12 West Ham 46

13 Southampton 42

14 Bournemouth 42

15 Brighton 42

16 Newcastle 41

17 Burnley 40

18 Cardiff 28

19 Fulham 24

20 Huddersfield 14