The 2020/21 Premier League season is already just over a third of the way through and there have been some rather big shocks and surprises to have happened.

Indeed, with 13 games having been played by the vast majority of the clubs involved, the table is already starting to take shape and there are already a few talking points that have made this a season like no other.

Whether it be shock results such as Aston Villa’s annihilation of Liverpool or Tottenham Hotspur’s destruction of Manchester United, or the fact that teams like Leeds United and West Ham United have made the Premier League incredibly enjoyable to watch whilst many will be scratching their heads at what Arsenal are doing as they languish down in 15th. Bettors certainly would not have been able to predict that outcome at the start of the season, even if they were to use UK casinos not on Gamstop.

Indeed, the next couple of matches for each side will help to further flesh out the Premier League table and provide perhaps a clearer picture as many feel seasons can be won or lost around the festive period because of the number of games played.

However, data analysts FiveThirtyEight have decided to use the data already available and have looked to predict what the final Premier League table could end up looking like once each team has played all of their 38 matches.

So, how will the 2020/21 Premier League table look come May?

Well, let’s take a look:

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According to their algorithm, they have Pep Guardiola’s side lifting the title at the end of the current season. Despite being eight points behind leaders Liverpool after a third of the campaign, they believe a total of 60 points will be collected from their remaining 26 matches, thus providing them with a total of 80 points overall.

The league is expected to go down to the wire with both Manchester City and Liverpool challenging, though, as the Reds are expected to finish second with a total of 77 points. That 7-2 defeat to Aston Villa in October is looking rather costly.

Manchester United come next in third on 68 points, with Chelsea finishing level on points in fourth.

Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham will finish just outside of the Champions League positions according to the predicted data by a single point. They will then be followed by Leicester City, Southampton and Everton.

Arsenal look set to somewhat recover from their disastrous season and come 12th in what will be a year to forget for those in north London. Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United can expect to have a second season in England’s top-flight, as they are projected to finish 13th.

West Bromwich Albion’s decision to replace Slaven Bilic with Sam Allardyce does not look to pay dividends as they are predicted to finish bottom, whilst Sheffield United and Fulham will join them once again in the Championship.