Premier League table: How the top-flight could change in midweek


Premier League table: How the top-flight could change in midweek

This midweek could be the biggest couple of days in the Premier League season.

Manchester City, currently two points behind Liverpool, face rivals Man United in their game in hand as the title race reaches its thrilling final throes.

Manchester City ace Raheem Sterling battles with Manchester United star Jesse Lingard earlier this season.

Win and they hold all the cards with just three games left, lose and they will need to win every match remaining and hope Liverpool slip up.

United meanwhile, would seemingly kiss top four goodbye if they were defeated on home soil by City.

Elsewhere, Tottenham Hotspur host Brighton & Hove Albion – live on talkSPORT – as they look to cement third spot but they face a tough ask against Chris Hughton’s side who are battling hard against relegation, although Cardiff’s defeat to Liverpool will have eased their fears.

Chelsea could do their Champions League qualification hopes the world of good with victory over Burnley on Monday night too.

Premier League midweek matches

  • Chelsea vs Burnley (Monday)
  • Tottenham vs Brighton (Tuesday) – Live on alkSPORT
  • Watford vs Southampton (Tuesday)
  • Wolves vs Arsenal (Wednesday)
  • Manchester United vs Manchester City (Wednesday)

 

But how could the table look by the end of the week? 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…