The Premier League title race may have taken a big swing into Manchester City’s favour at the weekend but this chase isn’t over yet.
With the way this season has panned out so far, you would be a fool to count anyone out, inAcluding Liverpool, despite the 4-1 defeat.
Jurgen Klopp’s ‘Mentality Monsters’ won’t be giving up their trophy that easily, we know that for sure.
Premier League proceedings could also have another twist next weekend, live on talkSPORT, when the Reds take on Leicester City and Man City play Tottenham Hotspur.
Whatever happens, this helter-skelter season is sure to offer us up more shocks along the way as we head towards the final third of it with gusto.
Pep Guardiola’s men are the form side right now and on a 10-game win streak, with a mean looking defence and Ilkay Gundogan transformed into a goal machine.
Liverpool don’t look sharp right now but, out of the FA Cup, they do have the potential to be fresher than some of their rivals in the coming weeks, especially if they can get a centre-back in one of their starting XIs soon.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United swing from the sublime to the ridiculous – sometimes in the same game – which could cause them issues as cup competitions come back into the equation.
Chelsea certainly know how to pass the ball, we’ve gathered that quickly from new manager Thomas Tuchel’s tactics but they need to avoid looking toothless having only netted five in their last four.
Former Premier League champions Leicester City are capable of breaking down the door of the so-called ‘Big Six’. Plus, Jamie Vardy is back in the team and ready to help them improve following one win in four after beating Chelsea.
Tottenham are playing a risky game, attempting to shut out sides first and score on the break. But, as they found out against Brighton and Chelsea, it’s hard to come back when Plan A fails, and that could really scupper their top four chances.
West Ham, Everton and Aston Villa are the outsiders looking to break into the top six, and you wouldn’t put it past one of them at this rate. All three have positive chances and have dealt blows to their rivals in recent weeks, while Arsenal are desperately trying to get back into the top six too.
At the other end of the Premier League table, time is running out for the bottom three.
They are fighting against the tide and even Fulham, in 18th place, are eight points from safety, despite looking improved in recent weeks.
As ever, the Premier League is almost always unpredictable with injuries, managerial changes, and tactical tweaks capable of altering the landscape in a flash.
So here, talkSPORT has booted up the Super Computer to find out just what could happen – and you can see the results and the predicted table below…