Ahead of what should have been the last game of the Premier League season on Sunday, the Football Pools panel has predicted what the table would have looked if the ongoing coronavirus pandemic had not forced the season to be suspended.
Unsurprisingly, Liverpool go on to claim the league title, earning a record points total of 104.
The Foxes do claim fourth spot, while the Blues would be forced to hope that City's ban from European football is upheld to ensure they get Champions League football.
The Pools panel is made up of Liverpool's record appearance holder Ian Callaghan, former United defender David Sadler and chairman Tony Green.
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Speaking about the predicted table, Callaghan said: "We are presented with stats, recent results, you also have your own feel from watching them, home and away form.
"The hardest dilemma is when you have two teams which are fairly equal. You have got to look at goals they score away from home, you take a lot into consideration before you make a decision.
"But then the classic example is Liverpool losing at Watford 3-0. Liverpool have had a record-breaking season, on course for the league and they’ve been playing brilliantly with Watford fighting relegation.
"You look at the stats and everything points to a Liverpool win and yet then you get a 3-0 home win which just shows how unpredictable it can be."
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