This is where Tottenham would finish in Mark Lawrenson's final predicted table
By Amir Mir
Tottenham would finish outside of the top four in Mark Lawrenson’s final predicted Premier League table.
The former Liverpool defender has been regularly predicting the outcomes of league matches for BBC Sports throughout the season.
When accumulating all of his predictions together from the 2016/17 campaign, Spurs would finish in fifth place behind their north London rivals Arsenal.
In reality, they have secured the runners-up spot and will finish above Arsenal for the first time in 22 years.
Going by Lawro’s table, he has backed Mauricio Pochettino’s side to win 25 games from their 38 matches, added with ten draws and three defeats.
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That would leave them with 85 points, two points fewer than what they have actually accumulated so far this term.
One aspect of his predictions that Lawrenson did get correct was the number of games won by Tottenham (25), but that can change at the weekend.
For the final match of the season, the TV pundit has backed Spurs to secure a 2-0 win away at already-relegated Hull.
In Lawro’s table, Chelsea and Liverpool finish joint top of the table with 92 points each, with the Merseyside club unbeaten.
Nonetheless, the White Hart Lane faithful would be pleased that Lawro has not got his predictions correct.
For the second consecutive campaign, Pochettino has helped his team secure back-to-back Champions League places.
They picked up an impressive 6-1 win away at Leicester on Thursday night, with striker Harry Kane scoring four goals on the night.
In other Tottenham news, Alan Pardew has stated where he can fault striker Harry Kane.