To experience everything that ESPNFC.com has to offer, we recommend that you upgrade to a newer version of your web browser. Click the upgrade button to the right or learn more. With five full weeks remaining in the Premier League season, the major races have all nearly been reduced to two-team duels that can swing wildly with a single outcome. The schedule is more important than ever, and one unexpected result can shift probability drastically, either positively or negatively. Which teams have the edge in the final month of the season? And how will this weekend’s matches affect key races? With the help of our Soccer Power Index, here’s an end-of-season projection of the full table along with breakdowns of the title, top-four and relegation battles. (For more info on SPI, click here.) ESPN FC’s Steve Nicol and Mark Donaldson weigh in on the latest surrounding Arsenal target Granit Xhaka. West Ham’s Andy Carroll earns the top spot in this week’s power rankings while Cristiano Ronaldo comes in only at number six. Chelsea captain John Terry says he is undergoing platelet rich plasma therapy (PRP) in a bid to recover from his Achilles injury. The 35-year-old, who is out of contract this summer, has missed Chelsea’s last two matches, having only recently recovered from a hamstring problem which kept him out for six games. Terry, who is expected to be out for another two to three weeks, posted a photo of himself in surgical scrubs on Instagram and used an emoticon of a syringe. Upton Park is the last place Manchester United would pick as a venue to keep their season alive, but Louis van Gaal’s team have to go there twice in the next month to keep their season from going into complete meltdown. United face West Ham United this week in the FA Cup quarterfinal replay. It is Van Gaal’s last chance of bringing a trophy to Old Trafford. Less than a month later, they will return to London’s East End for the penultimate Premier League match of the season. By then, their top-four… Source.