Stan Collymore predicts where Arsenal, Man Utd will finish this season

Stan Collymore is predicting a significant reshuffle in the Premier League table come the end of the season

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By Social Spy

Stan Collymore is backing Manchester City to enjoy a surge up the Premier League table in the coming weeks and win the title ahead of Arsenal, Tottenham and Leicester.

Leicester are currently flying high at the top of the Premier League table after a stunning campaign for Claudio Ranieri’s men.

The Foxes have no other competition to concentrate on as they bid to upset the odds and win the Premier League title this season.

Manchester City are currently fourth in the table but have a game in hand over their closest title rivals.

Tottenham are being touted as genuine contenders for the title this season, while Arsenal are still not out of the race despite their disappointing loss to Manchester United at the weekend.

And former Liverpool man Collymore has taken to social media to reveal how he thinks the Premier League table will end up come the end of the season.

Collymore tweeted:

Arsenal host Swansea on Wednesday night, Spurs travel to West Ham, while Manchester City take on Liverpool.

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