How the Premier League table could potentially change this weekend

first_img10. Leicester CityHighest possible position – 6thLowest possible position – 12th9. WatfordHighest possible position – 6thLowest possible position – 10th8. BournemouthHighest possible position – 6thLowest possible position – 10th7. Manchester UnitedHighest possible position – 6thLowest possible position – 9th 9 Sergio Aguero is in form yet again for Manchester City Mark Hughes’ Southampton have won just one league game this season Heung-min Son was on target in Tottenham’s 3-1 win over Chelsea on Saturday Will Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil be celebrating on Sunday? Huddersfield celebrate their win as they begin to string some results together So, how can the Premier League table look at the end of the gameweek? Using data from Sportsvisualized.com, talkSPORT.com reveals the highest and lowest potential position for each team at the end of this round of fixtures.You can see the results, below…20. FulhamHighest possible position – 15thLowest possible position – 20th Wolverhampton Wanderers have impressed on their return to the Premier League. 19. Cardiff CityHighest possible position – 15thLowest possible position – 20th18. SouthamptonHighest possible position – 15thLowest possible position – 20th We’ve got a brilliant derby-filled weekend to look ahead to and it could change the shape of the Premier League table dramatically.Not only do we have the north London derby on Sunday with LIVE and EXCLUSIVE radio commentary only on talkSPORT, but we also have the Merseyside derby, and a west London derby, which you can also hear with us. 9 17. BurnleyHighest possible position – 14thLowest possible position – 20th16. Crystal PalaceHighest possible position – 14thLowest possible position – 20th15. HuddersfieldHighest possible position – 13thLowest possible position – 19th 9 9 14. West Ham UnitedHighest possible position – 12thLowest possible position – 16th13. Newcastle UnitedHighest possible position – 12thLowest possible position – 16th12. BrightonHighest possible position – 10thLowest possible position – 13th11. Wolverhampton WanderersHighest possible position – 10thLowest possible position – 12th 6. EvertonHighest possible position – 6thLowest possible position – 9th5. ArsenalHighest possible position – 3rdLowest possible position – 5th4. ChelseaHighest possible position – 3rdLowest possible position – 5th3. Tottenham Hotspur Highest possible position – 2ndLowest possible position – 5th 9 Manchester United stars Anthony Martial, Alexis Sanchez, and Marouane Fellaini look dejected. 9 Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri 9 9 2. LiverpoolHighest possible position – 1stLowest possible position – 3rd1. Manchester CityHighest possible position – 1stLowest possible position – 2nd 9 Arsenal will go ahead of Tottenham in the standings if they beat them at the Emirates, while Liverpool could potentially go to the top of the division if they claim victory over Everton.Meanwhile, Fulham could launch themselves off the foot of the table if they defeat Chelsea. Claudio Ranieri replaced Slavisa Jokanovic as Fulham boss three weeks ago last_img read more