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Premier League: How the top 6 will finish (1)

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It doesn't feel like so long ago that the 2013/14 season was just getting underway, does it?

We remember it well. Franco Baldini was being hailed as a genius for his transfer dealings at Tottenham, Arsene Wenger was under incredible pressure and Manchester United were trying desperately to sign a midfielder. Any midfielder.

However all that is a distant memory and we are now approaching the climax of another topsy-turvy campaign.

As it stands, Chelsea are runaway leaders while Liverpool are the surprise package. Manchester City still have it all to play for with three games in hand on the league leaders, while Manchester United look likely to miss out on the top four for the first time in the Premier League era.

How is it all going to look come May? We don't know. Literally not a clue.

However we've taken a look at some stats which may give us a few ideas Each team has around 10 games left to play, so we've looked at the same fixtures from last season to see how they got on. Then we've added those results to their current points tally to come up with a final total, and put them in league position based on that. Simple, right?

Check it out by clicking below.

Note: For teams promoted this season, three points have been awarded on the basis that each team we've looked would be favourites. Remember doing the Pools? A bit like that.

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