As things stand last season’s champions Manchester City are sitting pretty at the summit after 27 games played.
They lead Liverpool on goal difference, but the Reds have a game in hand over Pep Guardiola’s men and a brilliant opportunity to restore their three-point advantage over City, even if their next Premier League match is against Manchester United.
Liverpool and City are favourites to finish first and second, although in which order remains to be seen.
Many are expecting Tottenham to finish third this season and take another of the four Champions League spots for next season. But the final top-four spot appears very much up for grabs.
At the bottom of the table Huddersfield are all-but relegated having picked up only 11 points from 26 games.
There are set to be twists and turns at both ends of the table before the final day of the season, but how the table will look come May is anyone’s guess.
A Football Web Pages supercomputer has had a go at calculating each team’s potential results from their remaining fixtures – and it makes for interesting reading.
According to the computer, Liverpool will win the league while Man City will finish second. Tottenham will secure third and Ole Gunnar’s Solskjaer’s Red Devils will take the final Champions League spot.
Arsenal will apparently finish just outside the top four in Unai Emery’s first season in charge while Chelsea are set to come sixth.
At the bottom of the table the computer predicts Huddersfield and Fulham will be relegated, and will be joined by the Bluebirds.