In what is sure to be one of the strangest, and most exicting, premier league tables of all time, Chelsea come out as champions. They were just a single point ahead of Manchester United in secondm and Liverpool is third, who lost it on the final day when they only managed a draw against Tottenham. Arsenal make up the usual top 4, but were pushed all the way in a fantastic battle by Aston Villa and Everton, who put on a late charge. Hull dans will be absolutely delighted with a top 10 finish, as will Tottenham fans, who must have been scared out of their wits at the start of the season. Also with happy fans going into the 2009/2010 season are Sunderland and Stoke, who both steer clear of relegation. It hasn't been a great year for the north, as shown with Newcastle, Wigan and Middlesbrough finishing in the three places above the relegation zone, Wigan having stryggled with the lack of firepower up front, and Middlesbrough's lacking defence finally catching up to them. So, the sides that will be playing in the championship next season then are Fulham, who have had relegation preached towards them for years, Bolton and in last place, new boys West Brom go straight back down. BUT IS IT GOING TO HAPPEN THIS WAY?