The top two for the Premier League look pretty nailed on for the rest of the campaign; with Liverpool storming their way to a first league title in 30 years and Manchester City holding enough of a gap from Leicester in the runners up spot.
The Foxes are currently five points clear of Chelsea, though they certainly have the tougher run in of fixtures when it comes to the remainder of the season. Brendan Rodgers’ side still have to face Arsenal, Sheffield United, Spurs and Manchester United, all of whom are all within the mix for a Champions League spot, and a defeat in any of those games could open the race up for the teams below.
Their first two games are against Watford and Brighton, and on paper certainly seem the more favourable fixtures for the former champions, following that up with a game against Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton.
As for Chelsea they too have a number of their top four rivals to contend with in their last games of the current campaign. They start off against Aston Villa before a clash with Watford, and much like Leicester their last few games are arguably the toughest they will need to face – Sheffield United, Liverpool and Wolves.
With the points difference between third and fourth and the fixtures to start off their returns, it seems to be the favourite that the current top four will be how it finishes at 13/8.