Chelsea top, Arsenal and Tottenham battle – Predict Premier League results until Christmas – Football.London

Oh, good! Another international break, said no one ever.

For the second time this season the Premier League will be put on hold for two weeks as players jet off around the world to take part in World Cup qualifiers and Nations League match-ups.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham will all be watching through their fingers as their prized assets take part in matches around the globe, praying to the football gods that injuries are avoided.

We are only seven matches into the Premier League season but already it appears to be taking shape. Chelsea lead the London representatives, sat top of the tree with 16 points, while Brentford, Spurs and West occupy seventh, eighth and ninth respectively.

Mikel Arteta’s Gunners’ occupy an underwhelming 11th spot after a poor start to the season but are starting to show signs of a recovery in recent weeks.

Read about Mikel Arteta’s summer transfer plans after an interesting Alexandre Lacazette development here.

An exciting Crystal Palace side, led by Patrick Vieira, sit contentedly in 14th but may feel they should be higher following some excellent performances.

While we all may expect Thomas Tuchel’s Blues to be fighting it out with Manchester City and Liverpool for the title come May, football is very rarely so predictable.

Roman Abramovich is in London for the first time in ages. Read about his trip and how it affects Chelsea here.

Last season saw David Moyes carry the Hammers to the cusp of the Champions League against all the odds while an Ivan Toney-inspired Brentford appear intent on upsetting the apple cart this time around.

But why not predict what will happen yourself?

Use the interactive widget above to pick a result for the remaining games in 2021 to see how the table could look at Christmas.

And we’d like you to share your results with us on Twitter (@Football_LDN) and Facebook (football.london).

If you made a mistake on the predictor, you can go back and change it here.

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