How Everton point deduction changes predicted Premier League table for Aston Villa, Wolves and Man Utd
It should have been a quiet weekend for Aston Villa, Wolves and Premier League football with eyes turning to international action and top flight games on pause.
However, the Premier League has rocked the footballing world today by serving a huge 10-point deduction to Everton for breaches of financial rules. The punishment has already shaken up the division and, although tough news for Toffees fans to take, could boost Wolves hopes should the side be dragged into any relegation scrap.
BirminghamWorld looks at the Opta predicted table as news of the Everton points loss breaks and what it might mean for the Villains and Wolves down the line.
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