How the Premier League table could potentially change this weekend

first_imgThe Premier League is back after the international break, and boy are we delighted by it.It should to be a cracking weekend of action with some excellent fixtures scheduled in the top flight, including Manchester United’s trip to Chelsea at Saturday lunchtime. talkSPORT 2 has full live commentary of Man City vs Burnley as Pep Guardiola’s side hope to move clear at the top of the table It’s time for Mourinho to return to Stamford Bridge Later in the day there are two derbies, with West Ham hosting Spurs in an all-London clash as south coast rivals Bournemouth and Southampton also face off.Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City are all hoping to continue their brilliant starts to the season and remain undefeated for another game, while Huddersfield, Newcastle and Cardiff are hoping to pick up their first league wins of the campaign at the ninth attempt. 4 But how can the Premier League table look at the end of matchday nine? 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. Cardiff CityHighest possible position – 16thLowest possible position – 20th19. NewcastleHighest possible position – 16thLowest possible position – 20th18. HuddersfieldHighest possible position – 16thLowest possible position – 20th17. FulhamHighest possible position – 12thLowest possible position – 20th Watford hope to return to winning ways after a couple of poor results 4 Slavisa Jokanovic’s side can fall to last place center_img Manchester City vs Burnley – Saturday, October 20 (kick-off 3pm) – CLICK HERE TO LISTEN LIVEHuddersfield Town vs Liverpool – Saturday, October 20 (kick-off 5:30pm) – CLICK HERE TO LISTEN LIVE 4 8. Manchester UnitedHighest possible position – 6thLowest possible position – 11th7. WolvesHighest possible position – 4thLowest possible position – 11th6. BournemouthHighest possible position – 4thLowest possible position – 8th5. TottenhamHighest possible position – 1stLowest possible position – 7th4. ArsenalHighest possible position – 1stLowest possible position – 7th3. LiverpoolHighest possible position – 1stLowest possible position – 5th2. ChelseaHighest possible position – 1stLowest possible position – 5th1. Manchester CityHighest possible position – 1stLowest possible position – 5th 4 16. SouthamptonHighest possible position – 12thLowest possible position – 20th15. West HamHighest possible position – 12thLowest possible position – 17th14. Crystal PalaceHighest possible position – 12thLowest possible position – 17th13. BrightonHighest possible position – 12thLowest possible position – 17th12. BurnleyHighest possible position – 12thLowest possible position – 17th11. EvertonHighest possible position – 8thLowest possible position – 11th10. LeicesterHighest possible position – 8thLowest possible position – 11th9. WatfordHighest possible position – 6thLowest possible position – 11th talkSPORT’s Premier League commentaries Getty last_img

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