Tottenham Hotspur are well in the fight for the title, Chelsea have failed to respond too well to their poor season, and Wolverhampton Wanderers are just one point away from the top half, for instance.
Yet more drama is set to play out throughout the next seven months as there are still 26 games to play, making major shake-ups in the table likely. A recent 10-point deduction for Everton also spices things up.
Data experts at BetVictor are forecasting lots of changes to the final standings in their latest prediction. Based on over 10,000 computer simulations that take into account results and match data, here's how the table could look at the end of May.
The banner flourished in the Gallowgate End before kick off was unequivocal: “We don’t surrender,” it read. Had the Manchester United fans been so inclined, they could have responded with a sign which encompassed the attitude of several of their players on the St James Park pitch: “We don’t compete.”
Matt Baker took to Instagram on Sunday, where he shared his pride in his production company for making the TV series My Life at Christmas, which featured Strictly star Oti Mabuse in its latest episode.
The image of Pep Guardiola flat on his back in the technical area is destined to be one of the great studies in sporting torment, the Premier League equivalent of Basil Fawlty thrashing a defenceless Mini with a tree branch. His hands to his temples, his smart black shoes pointing at the sky, he could not fathom how his Manchester City side had relinquished three winning positions in a single game. Neither could the 50,000 home fans here, many of whom stared at each other in disbelief, as if the
The banner flourished in the Gallowgate End before kick off was unequivocal: “We don’t surrender,” it read. Had the Manchester United fans been so inclined, they could have responded with a sign which encompassed the attitude of several of their players on the St James’ Park pitch: “We don’t compete.”
Manchester United Football Club and Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the petrochemicals billionaire, aim to announce within days a £1.25bn deal that will see him take a 25% stake in the Red Devils. Sky News understands that the two sides have pencilled in early next week to confirm the long-awaited transaction, which will involve Sir Jim's Ineos Sports taking two boardroom seats at Old Trafford. Neither Sir Jim nor Sir Dave Brailsford, the former cycling supremo who heads Ineos's sporting operations, is expected to join the club's public company board.