Mark Lawrenson's Premier League table prediction

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Mark Lawrenson, BBC's football expert, has once again been predicting Premier League games all season long.

Well, with the second half of the campaign underway, we're able to show you his table after 20 games.

And there are some interesting predictions throughout. First thing's first, he's done well with his Manchester City and Arsenal predictions, putting the duo in the top two.


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But Chelsea and Liverpool, yes that's right, occupy the other two Champions League positions.

Chelsea, of course, are enduring a torrid season and currently find themselves in 14th position while Liverpool are struggling in eighth spot.

West Brom in fifth 

Remarkably, he's placed West Brom in fifth place while Manchester United sit in sixth.

The Baggies currently sit in 12th place in the Premier League, so we're not quite sure why Lawrenson has been so positive with Tony Pulis' side.

Then there's the bottom of the division. It must be noted that he's done fairly well with his Aston Villa selection, but placing West Ham, Watford and Leicester in the positions above them appears to be slightly odd.

See it for yourself here:

Mark Lawrenson's table 

With thanks to 101 GreatGoals for bringing it to our attention. 

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