Predict the Premier League: City on top as Arsenal and Spurs swap places at the bottom
Manchester City may not have had the greatest start to the season and will probably be feeling low after letting a 2-1 lead slip against Real Madrid on Tuesday night, but City fan Callum Rothwell has some good news for the champions . . . he's returned to the top of the Predict the Premier League competition!
Our former champion was the main beneficiary as last week's joint leaders West Brom's Andy Wakeman and West Ham's Matthew Beeby endured a poor week.
City have moved up to 31 points, two clear of Sunderland's Tony Ratton, who himself is a point clear of Norwich City's Sue Read and West Ham's Matthew Beeby.
At the bottom, new Arsenal pundit Josh Ben Moshe has made an immediate impact as he swapped places with his Spurs rival Mike Richards. The Gooner is now three points from safety while Spurs are rooted at the bottom on 12 points.
Staying with the bottom sides, Manchester United's Alex Richert may have seen her heroes destroy Wigan at the weekend but both herself and Wigan's Jimmy Shine have slipped down the table. Only two points are keeping them out of the bottom three.
Here is how the table currently looks after gameweek four.
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