The 2020/21 Premier League season is almost on the home stretch, but what do the next seven rounds of English football’s top flight hold in store for us?
We are at the heart of a strange season where the games are tight and fast for all 20 teams and there are plenty of points available before the international break in March.
Surprisingly, David Moyes’ West Ham United is the top ranked of the London teams. He is only two points behind last season’s champions Liverpool, in fifth place in the table.
From today’s perspective, European football will be back in the London stadium next season.
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Tottenham Hotspur host Chelsea on Thursday night as both teams attempt to maintain their top four positions while Arsenal’s hopes of a push for Champions League spots against Wolves have been dashed.
Over the next month, Spurs face a tricky series of encounters. Manchester City, West Ham and Arsenal stand on the horizon as they juggle the FA Cup and Europa League at the same time.
Can they rediscover the form they saw as potential title contenders at the start of the season?
Will Thomas Tuchel’s arrival ensure Chelsea play Champions League football next season and will the Hammers keep their lead over the Gunners?
There is a lot of football to play and it will be interesting to see what the table looks like before we pause for the first international break of 2021 when we have a much clearer picture of who is on the hunt for cutlery, Europe and relegation this one Season.
After a very open start to the season, Manchester City are starting to shift into gear but Manchester United remain on the hunt for the crowned champions.
We give you the chance to predict what you think the Premier League table will look like at the end of March.
You can predict the results of the games between now and Christmas using our interactive gadget above to see what the table will look like.
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