A shocking new predicted Premier League table has emerged as club football prepares to return this weekend.
Manchester City, the current champions who broke a number of records under Pep Guardiola last season, are still top and will stay there with an even bigger points total according to FootballWebPages.com.
The table shows Liverpool predictably coming in second with Chelsea and Tottenham reaching the Champions League.
But that is where the shocks start, with Bournemouth, fresh from an impressive start to the season, sitting in the top six and qualifying for Europe.
Manchester United are down in eighth place, while at the bottom, Huddersfield, Crystal Palace and Fulham have been tipped for the drop.
The most shocking result of this table, though, is the low number of points said to be needed to stay in the division. While 40 has always been the magic number traditionally, Burnley, who are in 15th, only have 29.