Premier League: How you predicted the table will look at the end of the season

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Winners and losers: What will the final Premier League table look like this season?

The Premier League season is nearing its conclusion.

With only 10 games to go for most teams until the end of the season, the race is on to either lift the trophy, grab a European spot or avoid the drop.

We asked BBC Sport readers to predict how the final table will look come the end of May and, after collating all your selections, the results are in.

Unsurprisingly, Manchester City are backed to convert their 11-point lead at the top into a fifth title in nine years.

According to you, Manchester United, Chelsea and Leicester will take the remaining Champions League spots while Liverpool, who are currently on an alarming slide, will finish down in seventh, one place behind local rivals Everton.

At the other end, you've decided the current bottom two are doomed, with West Brom and Sheffield United in 19th and 20th respectively, but you're backing Fulham to climb out of the bottom three and are predicting Newcastle will end up occupying the final relegation spot.

Here's the result in full, and below that you can still have a go at predicting the table - but your selection will no longer count towards the result.

Predicted final table, Man City, Man United, Chelsea, Leicester, Spurs, Everton, Liverpool, West Ham, Arsenal, Villa, Leeds, Wolves, Saints, Palace, Burnley, Brighton, Fulham, Newcastle, West Brom, Sheffield United

How will the final PL table look?

Pick your full table below.

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