No time to put together a fancy pants web tool for doing these calculations, at least not yet. Just to give us all an idea of what it will take with 21 games left this year to win it all. If ManU go 21-0-0, Arse/Chelski both need to go at least 18-0-3 or 17-3-1 to keep it tied at 80pts at the end of the season. Anything less by "them", like 16-3-2 and the title is Manchester United's again. If ManU go 20-1-1, they could go 17-2-2 or better and keep it out of reach. 17-1-3 would lead to a tie. Anything less like 17-0-4 or 16-3-2 lead to them falling short. The problem at hand isn't so much the likelihood of Arsenal or Chelsea going 17-0-04 or 16-3-2. That can happen. The problem is the likelihood of this squad going 21-0-0 or 20-1-0 to close out the season. And history show's that's need. IIRC no team has won the premiership title with 75 points. In fact, there have only been 3 times when the premiership's gone to a team finishing the season with less than 80 points. Given the current record for the boys, the most they can finish the season is with 80 points. Doing this would require perfection.