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Premier League Predictions: Race for the Top Four (6)

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1st place - Manchester United - final points tally: 98

Run-in: Stoke, West Ham, Aston Villa, Arsenal, Chelsea, Swansea, West Brom (21 points)

It's no surprise that Manchester United look on course to be comfortably named champions this season, even after defeat last night bought to an end an impressive 18-game unbeaten streak.

Are there any games left that could trouble them? Well Chelsea, who they beat in the league earlier this season, dumped them out of the FA Cup and could take points from them, while Arsenal will be hopeful of putting up a fight despite rolling over against the Red Devils earlier in the season.

Should they claim maximum points as they did before, United would end up 98 points - an emphatic 14 points clear of Manchester City if they do as they did before as well. A truly emphatic win for Sir Alex Ferguson and his team.

So there you have it - Manchester United will be the new Premier League champions, Chelsea will claim the last automatic Champions League spot and Spurs will miss out once more. Is this how you see the rest of the season unfolding? There's only one way to find out - but until then let us know who you think will be in the top four by leaving a comment below! 

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