The 2020/21 Premier League season is almost in the home straight, but what do the next seven rounds of matches from the top-flight of English football hold for us?
We’re in the heart of a strange season where the fixtures are coming thick and fast for all 20 teams, and there are plenty of points available ahead of the March international break.
Surprisingly, David Moyes’ West Ham United are the best placed of the London teams, sitting pretty in fifth place in the table just two points behind last season’s champions Liverpool.
As thing stand, European football will be returning to the London Stadium next season.
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Tottenham Hotspur host Chelsea on Thursday night as both teams look to maintain their top-four pushed while Arsenal’s hopes of mounting a push for the Champions League spots were dented against Wolves.
Over the next month, Spurs have a tricky run of fixtures coming up, with Manchester City, West Ham, and Arsenal on the horizon whilst also juggling the FA Cup and Europa League.
Can they rediscover the form that had them considered potential title contenders earlier in the season?
Will the arrival of Thomas Tuchel ensure Chelsea are playing Champions League football next season and will the Hammers maintain their lead over the Gunners?
There is plenty of football to be played and it will be interesting to see how the table looks before pausing for the first international break of 2021, when we will have a much clearer picture of who is in the hunt for silverware, Europe, and relegation this season.
After a very open start to the season, Manchester City are beginning to click into gear, but Manchester United remain in the hunt to be crowned champions.
We are giving you the opportunity to predict how you think the Premier League table will look at the end of March.
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