- Supercomputer has predicted final EPL table with Liverpool winning the title
- Manchester City will finish second on the log while Leicester end up in third
- Arsenal and Tottenham will fail to finish among the top four according to the table
Liverpool have finally been tipped to win this season's title with Supercomputer giving them the crown with three more loses for the Anfield landlords.
Last season, Liverpool also tried to win the Premier League losing only one game throughout the season as Manchester City eventually beat them to win the title.
But Liverpool went on to win the Champions League which was an incredible season for Jurgen Klopp and his wards.
They started this current campaign superbly and the Reds have been topping the standings since then even though their unbeaten record has been destroyed by Watford.
After almost three months, the season will resume next week Wednesday with Aston Villa taking on Sheffield United, while Manchester City will face long term rivals Arsenal.
According to the report on UK Sun, Liverpool have been named as the champions by the Supercomputer in which Manchester City will finish as runners-up on the final table.
Nigerian star Wilfred Ndidi and his teammates at Leicester City will be finishing third on the table which means the Super Eagles star will be playing Champions League next season if he stays.
Chelsea will end up in fourth position which will be a good one for Frank Lampard getting Champions League spot, while Manchester United will finish fifth falling back to Europa.
Jose Mourinho and his wards at Tottenham have been placed to finish eight on the table, while Arsenal fans will not be happy with the prediction putting their side ninth on the log.
Watford, Norwich, Bournemouth and Aston Villa have all been tipped to relegate by the Supercomputer.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool stars sent strong warning to Premier League clubs ahead season resumption as they walloped Blackburn Rovers 6-0 in a friendly played behind closed-doors on Thursday, June 11.
Senegalese star Sadio Mane opened the scoring as early as the 10th minute when he tucked home from close range after Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s initial shot had been saved.
Naby Keita grabbed the second goal soon after while Takumi Minamino netted a classic goal just before the break.
Liverpool made seven changes during the interval and it was a new arrival that went closest to increasing the scoreline when Neco Williams crashed an effort against the outside of the post from Mane’s slick pass.
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