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How the Premier League table can change this weekend

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Taking a look at all the potential places every side can sit at the end of matchday 12

It’s certain to be an action-packed weekend of Premier League football in the final matchday before we break for international football.

The biggest fixture of the weekend is, of course, the Manchester derby, which is being played on Sunday at City’s Etihad Stadium home.

Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola meet again on Sunday

Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola meet again on Sunday

There are other intriguing clashes across matchday 12, including Everton’s visit to Chelsea, Arsenal’s home clash against Wolves, and the London derby between Crystal Palace and Tottenham.

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But how can the Premier League table look at the end of matchday 12? Using data from Sportsvisualized.com, we reveal the highest and lowest potential position for each team at the end of this round of fixtures.

You can see the results, below…


20. Fulham

Highest possible position – 14th
Lowest possible position – 20th

19. Cardiff

Highest possible position – 14th
Lowest possible position – 20th

18. Huddersfield

Highest possible position – 14th
Lowest possible position – 20th

17. Newcastle

Highest possible position – 14th
Lowest possible position – 20th

16. Southampton

Highest possible position – 14th
Lowest possible position – 20th

15. Burnley

Highest possible position – 13th
Lowest possible position – 20th

14. Crystal Palace

Highest possible position – 13th
Lowest possible position – 20th

Palace will be hoping to avoid falling to last place in the Premier League

Palace will be hoping to avoid falling to last place in the Premier League

13. West Ham

Highest possible position – 12th
Lowest possible position – 15th

12. Brighton

Highest possible position – 10th
Lowest possible position – 13th

11. Wolves

Highest possible position – 9th
Lowest possible position – 12th

10. Leicester

Highest possible position – 8th
Lowest possible position – 12th

9. Everton

Highest possible position – 6th
Lowest possible position – 11th

8. Watford

Highest possible position – 6th
Lowest possible position – 10th

7. Manchester United

Highest possible position – 5th
Lowest possible position – 9th

Man United won’t move into the top four even if they defeat Man City

Man United won’t move into the top four even if they defeat Man City

6. Bournemouth

Highest possible position – 5th
Lowest possible position – 9th

5. Arsenal

Highest possible position – 4th
Lowest possible position – 7th

4. Tottenham

Highest possible position – 2nd
Lowest possible position – 5th

3. Liverpool

Highest possible position – 1st
Lowest possible position – 4th

2. Chelsea

Highest possible position – 1st
Lowest possible position – 4th

1. Manchester City

Highest possible position – 1st
Lowest possible position – 3rd

Credit: talkSPORT

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