We have eight games in the Premier League season and we already have a fair idea of how the final table will come in May.
Liverpool and Manchester City are hoping to get to grips with the title again – although Jurgen Klopp's side is first to establish eight points.
Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United will not see strong enough to challenge them again.
But the people like Leicester, West Ham or Crystal Palace might have the best six with a good start to the campaign.
On the other hand, Norwich plans to be in trouble despite having met Man City earlier in the season, and Watford is still to register a victory.
But there are 30 more games left and many can change.
That's where infogoal.net comes into.
They are using data as an attempt to table the final Premier League table to anticipate.
Their website says that they work out the final league table by “using the results and points that have accrued in the past and the simulations of all the other games.”
And here are the results:
TABLE VERSION FOR INTRODUCTION
1 | Liverpool
2 | Manchester City
3 | Chelsea
4 | Arsenal
5 | Manchester United
6 | Leicester City
7 | Tottenham
8 | Wolves
9 | Crystal Palace
10 | Everton
11 | Bournemouth
12 | Southampton
13 | West Ham
14 | Burnley
15 | Brighton
16 | Newcastle West
17 | Sheffield United
18 | Aston Villa
19 | Watford
20 | Norwich
So is Liverpool able to eliminate its Premier League drought?
Despite their eight point guide at this early stage, Jamie Carragher argued that a Klopp side must try to extend that.
"It's a great place to be there, there is no doubt, and unless you said you would be liar," said Carragher.
And what is to be done by Liverpool is as much as possible. And not only do eight points seem to be a big result; try to do it 10, do 12 if possible.
"Especially when the city has problems back, like Laporte out. Because there is no doubt that Laporte is back and the City is back, they are able to do what is being done and going and win at Liverpool do., 18 games. "
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