Premier League table: How the top-flight standings could change in Gameweek 30

The Premier League swings back into action this weekend following a thrilling set of Champions League encounters.

Can Tottenham and Manchester United keep up their performances as they face Southampton and Arsenal, respectively?

Meanwhile Man City will be hoping to keep their one point lead over Liverpool as they take on Watford – live on talkSPORT.

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Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are one point ahead of Liverpool in the title race

At the opposite end of the table it is looking mighty tight with some clubs able to move themselves out of danger.

So, how could the table look by the end of the weekend? Using data from sportsvisualized.com, talkSPORT.com reveals the highest and lowest potential position for each team at the end of this round of fixtures.

You can see the results, below…


20. Huddersfield

Highest possible position: 19th
Lowest possible position: 20th

19: Fulham

Highest possible position: 19th
Lowest possible position: 20th

18: Cardiff

Highest possible position: 17th

Lowest possible position: 18th

17: Southampton

Highest possible position: 15th
Lowest possible position: 18th

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Can James Ward-Prowse help guide Southampton to safety?

16: Burnley

Highest possible position: 14th
Lowest possible position: 17th

15: Brighton

Highest possible position: 13th
Lowest possible position: 17th

14: Newcastle United

Highest possible position: 12th
Lowest possible position: 16th

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Rafa Benitez is working wonders at Newcastle

13: Crystal Palace

Highest possible position: 11th
Lowest possible position: 16th

12: Bournemouth

Highest possible position: 10th
Lowest possible position: 14th

11: Leicester City

Highest possible position: 10th
Lowest possible position: 13th

Live on talkSPORT

Saturday, March 9

12:30 Crystal Palace vs Brighton – talkSPORT

15:00 Leicester City vs Fulham – talkSPORT 2

17:30 Manchester City vs Watford – talkSPORT

Sunday, March 10

12:00 Liverpool vs Burnley – talkSPORT

Wednesday, March 12

20:00 Bayern Munich vs Liverpool – talkSPORT

10: Everton

Highest possible position: 9th
Lowest possible position: 12th

9: West Ham

Highest possible position: 9th
Lowest possible position: 10th

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West Ham players celebrate

8: Watford

Highest possible position: 7th
Lowest possible position: 8th

7: Wolves

Highest possible position: 7th
Lowest possible position: 8th

6: Chelsea

Highest possible position: 4th
Lowest possible position: 6th

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Chelsea seem to have turned a corner under Maurizio Sarri

5: Arsenal

Highest possible position: 4th
Lowest possible position: 6th

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Aaron Ramsey scored against Tottenham last weekend

4: Manchester United

Highest possible position: 3rd
Lowest possible position: 6th

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Manchester United celebrate their stunning victory in Paris

3: Tottenham

Highest possible position: 3rd
Lowest possible position: 4th

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Moussa Sissoko celebrates Tottenham’s winner against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.

2: Liverpool

Highest possible position: 1st
Lowest possible position: 2nd

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Virgil Van Dijk has been a huge success at Liverpool

1: Manchester City

Highest possible position: 1st
Lowest possible position: 2nd

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Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are one point ahead of Liverpool in the title race

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