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Predict Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham’s fate as the race for a Champions League spot heats up

The winter break is over for the majority of Premier League sides, meaning that a return to action is on the cards.

With the drama of the January transfer window also over, concentration will now be on who can make an impact in the Premier League for the last few months of the season.

With the league table taking shape, teams will be looking to use February to establish as high as possible position into the table to take into the end of season running.

The month throws up some big games at either end of the table, with Tottenham and Chelsea involved in the race to finish in a top four position. The Blues currently hold the advantage, sitting in fourth place, four points above their rivals.

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The two teams meet at Stamford Bridge on Saturday 22nd February.

Arsenal will be looking to make a late push for the European places. The Gunners are on a run of four straight draws under Mikel Arteta and are in 10th place in the league, 10 points adrift of Chelsea in fourth.

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At the other end of the table Crystal Palace are six points clear of the bottom three, but have not won since boxing day and have lost their last three Premier League games. They will be looking to turn around their form this month to avoid being dragged into a relegation battle.

One team that now are in trouble of dropping out of the Premier League is West Ham United, who are now sitting in the third and final relegation place. The Hammers however are just one point adrift of safety and will be hoping that the table looks different by the end of the month.

So what will the next few Premier League rounds bring us? Will Chelsea hold onto fourth position, or will Totteham take their place? Will West ham and Crystal Palace pull away from the relegation zone?

Now is the chance to have your say.

You can use the Premier League predictor above.

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