The gap between the Premier League's top and bottom sides is growing, and is now bigger than its ever been.
The bottom half of this season's league is set to become the division's worst performing in the history of its 38-game format.
If the Premier League's bottom 10 sides maintain this season's points per game ratios, then they'll finish the campaign with a total of just 318 points between them.
That will be the lowest tally since the league was reduced to 20 teams for the 1995-96 season.
Based on their points per game totals to date, QPR would finish the season on 29 points while Burnley and Leicester would have 30 each.
Hull would be on 33 points, Sunderland 34, Aston Villa 36 and West Brom 39.
Newcastle would have 42 points, Everton 45 and Crystal Palace would finish on 49.
The previous lowest total of the bottom 10 sides was 364 points, 46 less than the projected 318, which was back in 2009-10.
That season was also the joint lowest combined total of the bottom three (79 points) with 2005-06 also having that total.
Portsmouth (19 points), Hull (30) and Burnley (also 30) were the sides relegated in 2009-10, while Birmingham (34 points), West Brom (30) and Sunderland (15 points) were relegated in 2005-06.