Christmas is only just around the corner and whilst that means plenty of celebrations and festivities, it also means a lot of football.
Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham, Crystal Palace and Brentford all have their own targets ahead of an extremely busy period so will certainly be hoping to pick up a number of points.
Over a third of the way through the campaign, the Blues have only just relinquished top spot in the current standings having been on the wrong end of a 3-2 comeback to West Ham United.
Whilst Thomas Tuchel will be hugely disappointed with having seen his side drop to third, it will be of no consequence to David Moyes’ Hammers who are themselves continuing a terrific season and will no doubt be aiming to better their sixth-placed finish last term.
Elsewhere, both north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are currently enjoying somewhat inconsistent campaigns.
The Gunners, who began the campaign with three consecutive losses and sat bottom, enjoyed a recovery before December and leapt up to fifth. That momentum has been halted over recent weeks with three defeats in their last four to Liverpool, Manchester United and Everton.
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At the other end of the table, and it’s been a rollercoaster for both Brentford and Crystal Palace.
The Bees have gone off the boil in recent weeks but sit seven points above the relegation zone after their 2-2 draw with Leeds United at the weekend.
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Elsewhere, Patrick Vieira’s Eagles are just one place and point below their capital rivals so will of course be aiming to improve upon their fortunes over the next few weeks.
It goes without saying, then, that there is still all to play for ahead of the festive period and you can have a go at predicting how it will play out.
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