How the Premier League table could change this weekend with Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United battling for a Champions League place
There is still a massive relegation dogfight to come, with just 13 points separating Arsenal in tenth place from rock-bottom Norwich.
The Canaries are undoubtedly the likeliest to face the drop, with Daniel Farke’s men sitting precariously on 18 points after 25 matches and six points adrift of Watford.
The battle for the Champions League spots is also up for grabs and as it stands, Frank Lampard’s Chelsea are frontrunners for the final place.
However, the Blues face Man United at Stamford Bridge on Monday in a hugely important tie in the race for fourth position.
But how might the table look come Monday night? Using data from sportsvisualized.com, we’ve taken a look at where each club could end up after the next round of fixtures…
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