THE Premier League is reaching its dramatic climax – but now you can also discover what NEXT SEASON will be like.
The title race may be over for this season but the top four are yet to be determined as a number of other clubs look to secure European qualification.
Bottom of the table, Nottingham Forest secured their survival with a 1-0 win over Arsenal to crown Manchester City champions.
Leeds United’s defeat at West Ham ensured the relegation battle will continue to the final day.
Everton secured a potentially crucial point with a 1-1 draw at Wolves on Saturday.
And Leicester City have to win in Newcastle tonight or their hopes are almost over.
With just six days left until the campaign’s climax, fans are eagerly awaiting to see how their team fares.
However, fans can now get a glimpse of what to expect over the next 12 months Ladbrokes have released their likely final Premier League table for next season.
They expect the top two to remain unchanged – with City once again pushing Arsenal for the title.
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, almost certain to miss the top four this season, are expected to return to the Champions League with a third-place finish, with Manchester United set to make up the top four.
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Newcastle can later secure Champions League football if they pick up at least a point against the Foxes, but bookies don’t think they’ll repeat that feat next year.
In fact, Chelsea are expected to finish fifth ahead of the Magpies despite the terrible season Chelsea have played this season.
That result would still be a huge disappointment for the Blues should they fail to finish in the top four again.
Despite a new manager on the horizon, Tottenham are expected to finish only seventh while Brighton finish in the top eight.
Aston Villa face a ninth-place finish, while Brentford, although without the suspended Ivan Toney for much of that, are expected to finish in the top half of the game for a second straight season.
Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati said: “We are expecting another record-breaking summer of top-flight spending but City will go into the Premier League again as favorites and top the table by this time next year.”
He added: “Arsenal were huge underdogs about ten months ago to even come close to the top spot, but Mikel Arteta’s men will go into next season as second favorites from today’s perspective.”