Who will win the Premier League?

Oleh: admin
March 24, 2011

Premier league trophy

Goal.com asks in association with Castrol Football, wants your thoughts

The Premier League is entering its final phase with Manchester United eyeing up a record 19th title.

As we head into the international break the Red Devils have a five point lead at the top of the table over Arsenal.

The Gunners, without a trophy since 2005, have a game in hand and unlike United are only competing on one front. Reigning champions Chelsea can’t be discounted either after gathering momentum with the acquisition of big money signings in the January transfer window.

Behind the big three are Manchester City, but they trail rivals United by 10 points, and would appear to be out of the running. Harry Redknapp’s Tottenham will battle it out with City once again for the final Champions League place.

Castrol’s football experts have updated their league table and still forecast that the title is destined for Old Trafford.

And League Cup winners Birmingham City will be playing European football as a Championship club if Castrol’s final league table occurs as predicted.

For more Castrol Rankings insights see the Castrol Zone on Goal.com

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