The English Premier League season is hurtling towards the finishing line at break-neck speed.
Last season's champions Manchester City are a massive 15 points adrift of Manchester United at the top of the table, and it looks as though they have no chance of retaining their title.
The race for a Champions League spot between the three biggest teams in London—Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal—will no doubt go right down to the wire and nobody in the bottom half of the table is yet safe from relegation.
It's shaping up to be another fantastic end to the EPL season.
With that in mind, I thought it would be a good idea to predict how many points each team in the EPL will finish the season with.
I've used the English Premier League table as it stands now—on Thursday 21 March 2013—as the base for this article (sourced via www.premierleague.com).
The list is in reverse order, from the bottom of the Premier League to the champions at the top.
Each slide will include each team's current league position, their current points total, a run down of their remaining league fixtures and who I think their key player will be during the run-in.
I'll then predict how many points I think that they will pick up between now and the middle of May, when the season ends.
Bear in mind that the following slides, and order of the final Premier League table, are based only on my opinions.