The Premier League table is a mess and no one knows what will happen next.
So how does the league stack up against the rest of the world?
Let’s take a look.
Manchester United: They haven’t lost a game in their last four but that has only helped their cause.
It has been a slow start to the season, but this team has a lot of talent, and they are starting to win more games.
Their next game is against Southampton, so the schedule is still challenging, but it looks like they can keep up. 2.
Tottenham: They have played some very good football so far, but they are coming off a game against Manchester City and they have to get the points against Manchester United.
It looks like Tottenham is starting to show some promise and are on track to win the league.
Chelsea: They are struggling to get back into the Champions League but the big win over Manchester City has lifted them up the table.
They will be looking to go to Barcelona on Wednesday to make up for that loss.
Arsenal: They were unlucky not to win their last two games against Newcastle and Crystal Palace, but now that they are in the Champions Cup, they can relax and play their football.
They need to win four or five more games to go up. 5.
Tottenham Hotspur: They won’t win the title this season but they have the talent and can win a trophy with just one win.
Their schedule looks tough and they will be on the hunt for a place in the final.
Leicester City: They lost to Crystal Palace and lost to Newcastle to start the season.
It is tough to put a value on them and there are a lot more games left.
But they have shown some promise so far and they need to keep it up. 7.
Chelsea, Everton: It is going to be a tough game between them and Manchester United at the top of the table, but Everton is coming off the back of a tough win over Tottenham Hotspurs.
The team is playing better and they should be in the mix.
Liverpool: They will have to beat Southampton on Wednesday, but Liverpool is in good form and they can beat Arsenal on Wednesday.
They are in a good position at the moment and will be fighting to keep their place in Europe.
Manchester City: The Premier is back, but Manchester City have struggled a bit this season and the schedule has been tough.
They should be back at the front of the pack.
Chelsea and Arsenal: Both of these teams have had a good run in the top four of the Premier.
If they keep this up, they could be in contention for a top-four finish.