Chelsea slip, Arsenal and Tottenham challenge – Predict Premier League results until Boxing Day

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Yay! Another international break, said no one ever.

For the third 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 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 eleven matches into the Premier League season but already it appears to be taking some shape. Chelsea still lead the London representatives, sat top of the tree with 26 points despite the disappointing draw against Burnley last weekend.

West Ham are only three points off the top of the table remarkably after their recent 3-2 success against title contenders Liverpool at the London Stadium.

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David Moyes’ side are currently occupying the third spot in the table – could the Hammers possibly mount a shock title charge and replicate the success of Leicester City back in the 2015/16 season or is Champions League qualification more of the realistic target?

Next, we have Mikel Arteta’s resurgent Arsenal outfit who have certainly put their bad start to the campaign behind them dramatically with wins against Leicester City and Watford most recently.

ARSENAL NEWS: All the latest news from the Emirates Stadium as it happens here.

Sat in ninth place are Antonio Conte and Tottenham who picked up their first point of the Italian’s reign with the 0-0 draw against Everton on Sunday.

Just below them in tenth are Patrick Vieira and his Crystal Palace side who are another of the surprise stories this season.

Can their fine form also continue over the Christmas period, going into the New Year?

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Unfortunately, the last of the London teams, Brentford, have had their Premier League bubble popped after recent defeats against Burnley and Norwich City sent Thomas Frank’s side crashing back down to reality despite a rapid start to the 2021/22 campaign.

Can the Bees recapture the form that gave Liverpool and Chelsea fans nightmares in their respective outings against the fresh west London opposition?

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, going into the start of 2022.

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

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Source by Football London

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