The 2023/24 Premier League season is nearly two thirds of the way through and there are now clear indications of how things could conclude – but plenty of time remains for surprises at both ends of the standings.
Liverpool are leading the league at the moment but Manchester City and Arsenal are hot on their heels, with just two points separating the top three. The Cityzens do have a game in hand, though, meaning the title is theirs to lose.
The fight for the Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League places is fierce, with Tottenham Hotspur edging Aston Villa out of the top four by a single point. Manchester United are five points below Unai Emery's side, while Newcastle United, West Ham United and Brighton & Hove Albion are battling for seventh.
Tension is also high at the foot of the table as Everton's 10-point deduction leaves them one point adrift from safety. Burnley and Sheffield United are set for an immediate return to the Championship but things could still change, whereas Luton Town are narrowly above the drop zone.
The Premier League, as ever, is so difficult to predict but taking a look at the latest fractions gives us a good idea. With that in mind, here's where all 20 clubs are expected to finish when the whistle blows at the end of the final game of the season.