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Predicted Premier League Table 2018/19 – Update 6

We are now 25 matches into the Premier League season of 2018/19. 2018 bid us farewell with amazing footballing memories that will be fondly remembered for many years to come. Normality has been resumed after an always hectic Christmas and New Year period, but many teams across the league will be hoping to buck the trend and finish in somewhat better positions than they currently find themselves.

  1. Liverpool ˄ 1
  2. Man City ˅ 1
  3. Spurs ˄ 3
  4. Chelsea – 0
  5. Man Utd – 0
  6. Arsenal ˅ 3
  7. Wolves ˄ 3
  8. Watford ˄ 8
  9. Everton ˅ 2
  10. Bournemouth ˄ 8
  11. Leicester City ˅ 2
  12. West Ham ˅ 4
  13. Brighton ˄ 4
  14. Crystal Palace ˅ 2
  15. Newcastle – 0
  16. Southampton ˅ 2
  17. Burnley ˅ 6
  18. Cardiff City ˄ 2
  19. Fulham ˅ 6
  20. Huddersfield ˅ 1

The battle for top spot is still very much ongoing, but Liverpool remain in the driving seat. Whilst they have a bit of breathing room, it is far from a secure lead. Man City are closing in on the league leaders with Spurs not too far behind, but with a very unfortunate turn of events (i.e. injuries to key players and exiting two cups in a week) Spurs could bottle it come May.

Bournemouth and Watford continue to very much impress and astound fans of the Premier League, doing far better than we thought they would. On the other hand, Burnley and Fulham aren’t having such impressive seasons. We have so far greatly overestimated their capabilities with both teams facing the potential prospect of relegation to the Championship. However, there are plenty of games left and they are far from alone in the bid to avoid the dreaded drop.

After a shaky start by their standards, Manchester United have picked up massively and could possibly pinch a Champions League spot; a mere dream a couple of months ago.

We are two thirds into the season now, and whilst normally by this point in the season you could have a good picture of who’s going to finish where, it is still all to play for as the gaps between the teams are ever so narrow. The teams as high as 13th/14th could still be regarded as in contention for relegation, just four points away from safety, whereas at the top there are arguably three teams in the title race, much more contested than perhaps last year was. Certain teams could only dream that it was so close, take Wolves who have to muster 9 points to break into the top 6 whilst Huddersfield need an impressive 13 to avoid relegation.

It is baffling that we are already in February of 2019 and that this season has just three months to go. With both the battle for supremacy and Premier League survival most likely going down to the wire, we are certainly in for an exciting few months of Premier League football.

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