Only 10 teams are in league action this weekend as the FA Cup rolls back into town.
The title race and battle for the top four is heating up, with Manchester City just one point ahead of Liverpool.
City are still in the cup and the Reds will be looking to take full advantage by beating Fulham at Craven Cottage on Sunday.
Tottenham (61 points), Arsenal (60), Manchester United (58) and Chelsea (57) are locked in a fight for the remaining two Champions League spots, with Spurs and Arsenal currently third and fourth.
Spurs and Arsenal don’t play again for another two weeks, while United face Wolves in the FA Cup.
That gives Chelsea the opportunity to make up some ground, when they travel to Everton on Sunday afternoon.
And at the bottom of the table, both Huddersfield Town (14 points) and Fulham (17) look destined for the drop.
But how will the season finish?
A supercomputer from Football Web Pages uses a clever algorithm that has helped them predict the final standings.
Look away now Liverpool, Chelsea and United fans.
According to their prediction, Manchester City will be crowned champions, beating Liverpool to the title by just one point.
An engaging end to the season sees City end on 98 points and Jurgen Klopp’s side fall short with 97.
Spurs stay third, on 77 points while Arsenal make it two north London teams in next season’s Champions League by coming fourth.
The Gunners amazingly finish the campaign on the same number of points as both Chelsea and Manchester United – 73 – but prevail on goal difference.
Arsenal’s +35 goal difference trumps Chelsea’s +25 and United’s +23 to give Unai Emery a successful first season in charge.
Chelsea qualify for the Europa League group stage while United have to settle for making the Europa League second qualifying round.
Watford land seventh ahead of Wolves, putting themselves in pole position for European football.
Leicester come ninth, with West Ham, Bournemouth, Everton, Brighton and Crystal Palace behind them.
Southampton survive, along with Newcastle and Burnley.
But according to the prediction, Cardiff will be relegated to the Championship on 29 points alongside Fulham and Huddersfield.