The end of the Premier League season is beginning to come into signt.
The majority of teams, including Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham, have just 13 games remaining with others, like Tottenham, have a game in hand or two still to play.
West Ham are the best placed London club as things stand, currently in fourth and just two points and one place ahead of city rivals Chelsea.
Arsenal, meanwhile, are in 11th, two points worse off than Spurs despite having played a game more, and they will be looking to challenge for a top six spot between now and the end of the season.
Mikel Arteta‘s men are six points off the pace, potentially nine if Everton win their game in hand, leaving them with an uphill battle, to say the least.
Chelsea and West Ham, of course, will have their eyes firmly placed on a top four finish and Champions League qualification, and Spurs may have an outside chance of challenging for a top four place, if they can get a run of form going.
Though, it’s likely Jose Mourinho‘s men will have to settle for challenging for the top six, while pursuing a Champions League berth through the Europa League.
So, how will it all shake out? We have created a prediction tool that allows you to predict the final position of each club by predicting the results between now and the end of the season.
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Chelsea’s top four hopes will face their biggest test yet in the coming weeks with games against Manchester United, Liverpool and Everton, all on the bounce.
West Ham don’t have it easy, either, facing Manchester City, Leeds United, Manchester United and then Arsenal, while the Gunners have Leicester City, Burnley and Tottenham before facing the Hammers.
Spurs probably have the most friendly fixture list in the coming weeks, facing Burnley, Fulham and Crystal Palace before their North London derby with Arsenal.