The Premier League season has already thrown up some dramatic moments.
Manchester City and Liverpool are currently embroiled in a fascinating title race, giving neutral fans the prospect of a close finish going into April and May.
Liverpool had looked to extend a comfortable lead over their competitors but the gap has started to shrink ever since their 2-1 defeat at the Etihad Stadium.
It seems Tottenham are the only team in the top six with a clear idea of their position, but it's still within their hands to make a late raid on the top two.
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Meanwhile, Fulham and Huddersfield find themselves in dire straits in the relegation zone, while the manoeuvring around 17th place puts six teams in danger.
Everyone from Southampton to Crystal Palace are at risk of dropping down to the Championship with just three points separating them.
So, all that considered, there's plenty of ways the Premier League standings could evolve between now and May, and that's without touching on the mid-table teams.
Sky Sports readers predict the table
Nevertheless, that hasn't stopped people from predicting the final table and Sky Sports have been allowing their readers to do just that for the last six months.
The voting system opened in July and fans have been able to access the webpage ever since, using a system of up-votes and down-votes to cast their opinion.
And as the Premier League enters its most crucial stage, the forecast makes for very interesting reading and it seems some of those early votes are proving hard to fix. Take a look below:
2. Manchester City
6. Manchester United
10. West Ham
13. Crystal Palace
It seems fans are backing Liverpool in the title race and are forecasting Fulham to make a miraculous escape, something that could be skewed by early season optimism surrounding the Cottagers.
Nevertheless, it shows a comprehensive view of how supporter opinion has aggregated throughout the season and this table seems to the final cocktail.
Their results are also predicting Chelsea to turn things around under Maurizio Sarri and United to tumble back down the table despite their recent renaissance.
Meanwhile, Watford would be in for a tough finish to the season and we'd have to expect a horrendous run of losses for Cardiff to wind up bottom.
So, there you have it, there's the predicted final Premier League table when you use Sky Sports readers' votes since July. Only time will tell if they're right.
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