With the end of the season fast approaching, Chelsea currently lead Tottenham by seven points at the top.
Liverpool and Manchester City occupy third and fourth spots respectively, while Manchester United and Arsenal are in danger of missing out on Champions League football.
Jose Mourinho’s men do have the advantage of securing a place in Europe’s elite competition by winning the Europa League, but the Gunners sit seven points off City with Champions League football slipping from their grasp.
And former Premier League midfielder Savage doesn’t predict much change in the final standings come May.
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“I’m taking Chelsea to win the title by eight points, Spurs finally to rule the roost in north London and Liverpool to make the cut,” he told the Mirror.
“You don’t have to agree with my predicted top four of Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool – it’s only my opinion.
Arsenal have not finished outside the top four during Arsene Wenger’s 21-year reign.
But Savage thinks matters could be made even worse for the Gunners if Everton – who are level on points with the north London outfit in seventh – have a good run-in and overtake Wenger’s side.
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“Even if they win the FA Cup, Arsenal’s lowest points total under Arsene Wenger would surely be a mandate for change,” he added.
“His spell of delivering Champions League football to the Gunners every season is about to be broken. I’m not even certain that Everton won’t overtake them on the run-in.”
He also reckons United’s season will only be deemed a success if they win the Europa League.
Savage added: “If United finish fifth, but win the Europa League and the League Cup, Jose Mourinho’s first year will be a success: Two trophies and a return to Champions League football.
“If they come unstuck in Europe, fifth – and no Champions League next season – means they have fallen short.”