POLL: Who will win the Premier League?

POLL: Who will win the Premier League?

Chelsea are top after 20 games, but Liverpool, Arsenal, Spurs and both Manchester clubs are all in the hunt for the title. Which team will emerge victorious this season?

 With 20 games gone in the season, Chelsea lead the Premier League by five points, despite falling against fellow hopefuls Tottenham. But with 18 games left to play, which team will win the 2016-17 title?

Liverpool and Manchester City both had slip-ups over the holiday period, but are still keeping pressure on the leaders – both teams have four wins in their last five games. Jurgen Klopp is set for a boost with Philippe Coutinho returning from injury, while Sergio Aguero has served his suspension for City.

Arsenal and Spurs are also in contention, as both Olivier Giroud and Harry Kane have found their scoring touches during the busy Christmas and New Year run of matches.

Despite being sixth, Manchester United are making a worthy claim to be title challengers. Jose Mourinho’s side have now won six games-in-a-row, and enter the new year filled with confidence.

 

                   

Arsenal  9%- 2,128 votes                                                  Chelsea  37% – 8,755 votes

                   

Liverpool 20% – 4,761 votes                                                Manchester City 5% – 1,268

                   

Manchester United 23% – 5,337                                       Tottenham 5% – 1098

 
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