Leeds United's new predicted Premier League finish after triple twist with huge change relegation forecast plus fresh Arsenal and Manchester City title verdict

The landscape has changed in Leeds United’s fight for Premier League survival – and there has been a change in where the Whites are now predicted to finish.

Leeds began the weekend sat 13th in the Premier League table and two points clear of the drop zone following Tuesday night’s 2-1 win at home to relegation rivals Nottingham Forest. The Whites, though, will kick-off Sunday’s hosting of Crystal Palace in 16th place after particularly big boosts for a trio of United’s relegation-battling rivals on Saturday evening.

Wolves, West Ham United and Bournemouth all bagged victories from Saturday’s 3pm kick-offs which allowed all three teams to jump above the Whites. Wolves saw off Chelsea with a 1-0 triumph at Molineux in Frank Lampard’s first game back in charge of the Blues. West Ham also recorded a 1-0 success at a sliding Fulham side whilst Bournemouth enjoyed a 1-0 win at a very troubled Leicester City side.

Bournemouth began the day in the drop zone but have now jumped up to 15th, one point ahead of Leeds but having played one game more. There were, though, blows for both Everton who fell to a 2-0 defeat at Manchester United and Nottingham Forest who were beaten 2-0 at Aston Villa.

Forest have now plummeted into the division’s drop zone in which they are now third-bottom and two points behind fifth-bottom Leeds who have a game in hand. The Whites are also two points clear of fourth-bottom Everton who have played one game more.

Leicester are second-bottom, two points further behind Forest on the same amount of games played. Bottom of the pile Southampton remain a further two points adrift following Saturday evening’s 4-1 defeat at home to title-chasing Manchester City.

Based on the very latest odds as of Saturday evening for relegation and the title and/or top four/six finish to determine the top sides, this is where Leeds are now predicted to end up with a huge change in the division’s relegation forecast.