Supercomputer predicts final Premier League table after transfers for Liverpool, Everton, Arsenal & Man Utd
An unbeaten start to the Premier League and three wins on the bounce have football fans noticing Liverpool again.
After years of challenging Manchester City and winning a top flight title for themselves, last year saw Jurgen Klopp's men fall off the pace and finish fifth in the Premier League.
With a summer of transfer business completed and a plethora of attacking options, Reds fans will be hoping to rise back to the top of the league this year. Meanwhile, Everton have struggled and escaped with their first point of the season after drawing 2-2 with Sheffield United at Bramall Lane last weekend.
The statistics experts at Opta certainly see an improvement ahead for Liverpool. We look at the Opta predicted Premier League table to see just how high the mathematicians think the club will place this season.
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