How the Premier League table could change this weekend

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talkSPORT.com takes a look at where every team could potentially end up after this weekend’s fixtures

A dramatic seven days in the Premier League title chase means we’ve now got a proper battle at the top of the table.

Manchester City lead Liverpool on goal difference, while Tottenham Hotspur hang in too, just five points off the pace.

But there could be another change with Pep Guardiola’s men facing Chelsea this weekend, having lost to them earlier in the campaign.

Pep Guardiola celebrates City’s win against Everton that saw them climb above Liverpool

Elsewhere, it continues to be difficult for Fulham and Huddersfield Town to play their way out of trouble, while in the middle of the table positions eight to 17 could change to almost any combination over the next four days.

So, how could the table look by the end of the weekend? Using data from sportsvisualized.com, talkSPORT.com reveals the highest and lowest potential position for each team at the end of this round of fixtures.

You can see the results, below…



20. Huddersfield

Highest possible position: 20th
Lowest possible position: 20th

19: Fulham

Highest possible position: 19th
Lowest possible position: 19th

18: Cardiff

Highest possible position: 15th
Lowest possible position: 19th

17: Burnley

Highest possible position: 13th
Lowest possible position: 18th

Southampton drew 1-1 with Burnley, which did neither side any favours in the battle against relegation.

Southampton drew 1-1 with Burnley, which did neither side any favours in the battle against relegation.

16: Southampton

Highest possible position: 13th
Lowest possible position: 18th

15: Newcastle

Highest possible position: 13th
Lowest possible position: 18th

14: Crystal Palace

Highest possible position: 13th
Lowest possible position: 17th

Crystal Palace ace Luka Milivojevic.

Crystal Palace ace Luka Milivojevic.

13: Brighton

Highest possible position: 13th
Lowest possible position: 17th

12: West Ham

Highest possible position: 8th
Lowest possible position: 12th

Michail Antonio cancelled out Sadio Mane’s opening goal to secure West Ham a well-deserved draw with Liverpool on Monday

Michail Antonio cancelled out Sadio Mane’s opening goal to secure West Ham a well-deserved draw with Liverpool on Monday

11: Leicester

Highest possible position: 8th
Lowest possible position: 12th

10: Bournemouth

Highest possible position: 8th
Lowest possible position: 12th

9: Everton

Highest possible position: 8th
Lowest possible position: 12th

Marco Silva is enduring a difficult debut season at Everton

Marco Silva is enduring a difficult debut season at Everton

8: Watford

Highest possible position: 8th
Lowest possible position: 12th

7: Wolves

Highest possible position: 7th
Lowest possible position: 7th

Jonny Castro Otto has starred for Wolves this season

Jonny Castro Otto has starred for Wolves this season

6: Arsenal

Highest possible position: 4th
Lowest possible position: 6th

Unai Emery is starting to come under pressure at Arsenal

Unai Emery is starting to come under pressure at Arsenal

5: Manchester United

Highest possible position: 4th
Lowest possible position: 6th

Jesse Lingard has backed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to become the next Manchester United boss

Jesse Lingard has backed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to become the next Manchester United boss

4: Chelsea

Highest possible position: 4th
Lowest possible position: 6th

Gonzalo Higuain got his first goals in Chelsea colours last weekend

Gonzalo Higuain got his first goals in Chelsea colours last weekend

3: Tottenham

Highest possible position: 3rd
Lowest possible position: 3rd

Tottenham have had to do without Harry Kane in recent weeks.

Tottenham have had to do without Harry Kane in recent weeks.

2: Liverpool

Highest possible position: 1st
Lowest possible position: 2nd

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp

1: Manchester City

Highest possible position: 1st
Lowest possible position: 2nd

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