Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester United in danger of slipping into the relegation zone – how else could the Premier League table change?


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After what feels like an eternity, Premier League football is back this weekend.

England may have provided us with a thrilling fixture against Kosovo on Tuesday, but there’s nothing like the bread and butter of league football to excite fans.

The Premier League returns after a brief international hiatus

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The Premier League returns after a brief international hiatus

Liverpool and Manchester City look set to continue their titanic tussle at the top of the table after their unbeaten starts to the season, while Leicester City and Crystal Palace have proved to be the surprise packages of the season.

GameDay also returns to the talkSPORT network after a brief hiatus, with three live games exclusively across talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2.

By the time Aston Villa host West Ham on Monday, the table could well have changed drastically.

Of course, the season is still very much in the embryonic stage so it is difficult to read too much  into the early standings.

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  • Norwich vs Man City (Saturday, 5:30pm) – talkSPORT
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  • Barnsley vs Leeds (Sunday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORT

However, as with Liverpool and Man City at the top, the teams who are starting to slip towards the bottom will be hoping they can get points on the board sooner rather than later.

Check out how the Premier League table could change over the course of the weekend, thanks to information gather by Sports Visualized.

20. Watford

Highest possible position: 13th

Lowest possible position: 20th

19. Norwich City

Highest possible position: 8th

Lowest possible position: 20th

18. Aston Villa

Highest possible position: 8th

Lowest possible position: 20th

Aston Villa return to Villa Park on Monday against West Ham

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Aston Villa return to Villa Park on Monday against West Ham

17. Wolves

Highest possible position: 8th

Lowest possible position: 20th

16. Brighton

Highest possible position: 6th

Lowest possible position: 20th

15. Bournemouth

Highest possible position: 5th

Lowest possible position: 20th

14. Newcastle

Highest possible position: 5th

Lowest possible position: 20th

Newcastle travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool in Saturdays early kick off

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Newcastle travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool in Saturdays early kick off

13. Southampton

Highest possible position: 5th

Lowest possible position: 20th

12. Burnley

Highest possible position: 5th

Lowest possible position: 20th

11. Chelsea

Highest possible position: 4th

Lowest possible position: 18th

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10. Sheffield United

Highest possible position: 4th

Lowest possible position: 18th

9. Tottenham

Highest possible position: 4th

Lowest possible position: 18th

8. Manchester United

Highest possible position: 3rd

Lowest possible position: 18th

The worlds most expensive defender has understandably come under intense scrutiny

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The worlds most expensive defender has understandably come under intense scrutiny

7. West Ham United

Highest possible position: 2nd

Lowest possible position: 14th

6. Everton

Highest possible position: 2nd

Lowest possible position: 14th

5. Arsenal

Highest possible position: 2nd

Lowest possible position: 14th

4. Crystal Palace

Highest possible position: 2nd

Lowest possible position: 14th

Jordan Ayew has led Crystal Palace to the Champions League spots

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Jordan Ayew has led Crystal Palace to the Champions League spots

3. Leicester City

Highest possible position: 2nd

Lowest possible position: 10th

2. Manchester City

Highest possible position: 1st

Lowest possible position: 7th

1. Liverpool

Highest possible position: 1st

Lowest possible position: 2nd

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