The race to 38, 68, and 87, 8th March edition

To check out the methodology see here (link), and to see how these compare to last week tables see here (link).

As there’s not a full round of games this week I’ve incorporating two weeks worth of fixtures.

Race to 38 (To avoid relegation)

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Stoke will be safe with a pair of wins (at Newcastle this Sunday, at home v West Brom next Saturday)
Norwich will be safe with a pair of wins (at home v Southampton this Saturday, at Sunderland next Sunday)

Race to 68 (To finish in the top four)

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West Brom will be eliminated unless they pick up a combination of four points (home v Swansea this Saturday, at Stoke next Saturday)
Swansea also need a combination of four points to avoid elimination (at West Brom this Saturday, at home v Arsenal next Saturday)

Race to 87 (To win the league)

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City will be eliminated unless they pick up a point at Everton next Saturday.

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4 thoughts on “The race to 38, 68, and 87, 8th March edition

  1. I find it particularly interesting that at this stage, there are teams in contention for the CL, and teams that can be relegated, but no team falls in both categories. It would be interesting to see if this is a trend over the next few years, whether this separation first occurs with approx 9-11 games to go.

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