With just over 10 games left to be played for each of the teams in the Premier League, we wanted to have a go at predicting what the final table could look like come May.

Let’s run through the table from first to last…

Premier lEAGUE

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1 – Man City – In hope more than expectation. I just couldn’t bring myself to write the other thing.

2 – Arsenal – Hard to begrudge them the title if they win it, but they may just run out of steam.

3 – Man United – Will hit some patchy form from here on out but just about clinch third.

4 – Tottenham – Spurs will win the battle of the inconsistent top-four chasers, but not by much.

5 – Liverpool – Ultimately, their big-name players will drag them to a respectable finish.

6 – Newcastle – They don’t quite have the squad depth to keep it up for 38 games (yet).

7 – Brighton – Once again, the foundations of a super team if they can keep their star players.

8 – Chelsea – Their slightly improved form from the last ten games sees them climb two places.

9 – Brentford – A cohesive unit that lacks the depth to really challenge for European places.

10 – Fulham – A fantastic top-half finish for a team many thought would struggle this year.

11 – Aston Villa – Neither here nor there. Will be disappointed after their recent spending.

12 – Everton – A brave call but Dyche will instil a sense of consistency in their defending.

13 – Crystal Palace – An XI filled with ‘spark’ players but not always the best team performers.

14 – Leicester City – James Maddison will drag them up the table, but still disappointing.

15 – West Ham – A woeful season after so much promise last year. They stay up, at least.

16 – Wolves – Sometimes hard to beat but they struggle so much to score goals these days.

17 – Nottingham Forest – A team full of new players, staying up is a huge result for them.

18 – Leeds United – It has been a fall from grace over the past two years. Back to the Championship.

19 – Bournemouth – Never looked to have an XI or squad capable of staying up.

20 – Southampton – Somewhat of a shock as they have some good players. Many will now leave.

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