This is where the 'data experts' predict Hartlepool United, Torquay, Sutton, Notts County, Stockport, Chesterfield, Wrexham and co will finish in the National League table this season

Hartlepool United sit top of the National League table with seven games remaining.

Thursday, 15th April 2021, 12:30 pm
The players mark the death of HRH Price Philip during the Vanarama National League match between Hartlepool United and Notts County at Victoria Park, Hartlepool on Saturday 10th April 2021. (Credit: Chris Booth | MI News)

Around a dozen sides are currently competing for a top seven place going into the final six weeks of the season with the likes of Pools, Sutton United, Torquay and Stockport all fancying their chances of securing the National League title and the division’s only automatic promotion spot.

But with games in hand still likely to play an important role in the final run of matches, ‘data experts’ at FWP have put together a predicted National League table to provide an estimate to how the final standings could look come the end of May.

Scroll and click through the pages to reveal the predicted table in full...

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Dover Athletic's results have been expunged following the club's decision to end their season early. They will finish the campaign bottom on 0 points and will face a points deduction next season.
Barnet are predicted to finish 22nd in the table with 14 points from 42 games. The 'data experts' predict the Bees will lose all of their final 12 league matches.
King's Lynn are predicted to finish on 33 points. None of the bottom sides in the National League will be relegated this season due to the National League North and South seasons being declared null and void.
The Terras are predicted by the 'data experts' to finish on 36 points come the end of the season. They currently have 30 points with nine games remaining.
The 'data experts' predict Woking will pick up nine points from their final 11 games to see them finish on 41 points come May 29.
Wealdstone are predicted to finish on 49 points. Picking up 16 points in their final 10 games according to the 'data experts'.
Alty have enjoyed a solid first season back in the fifth tier but are predicted to run out of steam going into the business end of the campaign with nine points from their final eight games according to the 'data experts, finishing the season on 50 points with -6 goal difference and 43 goals scored.
The Glovers are predicted to finish on 50 points and -6 goal difference but finish above Altrincham, according to the 'data experts', on goals scored.
The Daggers are predicted to end the season on 51 points after picking up 11 points from their final nine games.
Eastleigh currently sit three points outside the play-off places but are predicted to end the campaign 12 points adrift on 56 points and 0 goal difference according to the 'data experts'.
Bromley are also predicted to fall out of the play-off picture according to the 'data experts', who have them finishing the season on 56 points with +3 goal difference.
Maidenhead currently have more games remaining than any other side still competing in the National League this season. With 13 games still to play in the final six weeks of the season, the 'data experts' predict the Magpies will pick up 17 points, finishing 12th on 57.
The Shots have been tipped to finish on 60 points with 16 points from their final 10 games.
We're into the top 10 now and Solihull Moors are predicted to continue their solid run of form and pick up 19 points from their final 11 games to finish on 61 with +4 goal difference.
The Wood are in a remarkable run of form in which they are unbeaten in nine games but have won just one. They currently sit 11th in the table but have been predicted to rise up to ninth with 61 points and +11 goal difference according to the 'data experts'.
The Shaymen have been predicted to miss out on the final play-off place by finishing 8th on 62 points.
Wrexham are predicted to secure the final play-off spot on 68 points according to the FWP 'data experts'. They currently sit seventh on 50 points with nine games to play.
Last season's beaten play-off finalists Notts County are predicted to end the season in sixth place on 69 points. They currently sit sixth on 52 points with 11 games left to play.
The Spireites have been in sensational form under new manager James Rowe and have been able to mount a serious charge for the play-offs. They are predicted to finish fifth on 73 points, taking 21 points from their remaining 11 games.
Current leaders Hartlepool United have been predicted to just miss out on a top three place and a guaranteed play-off semi-final match. Pools are predicted to take 12 points from their final seven games, finishing on 76 points. The 'data experts' predict a 2-0 defeat at Sutton United on the penultimate week of the season to deny Pools a top three place.
The one time runaway league leaders seem to have rediscovered their form at just the right time following four straight wins. Torquay are predicted to finish on 78 points, taking 15 points from their final nine games.
The Hatters currently sit fourth in the table, five points adrift of Torquay in third. But the 'data experts' are predicted a strong end to the season for Stockport with 23 points from their final nine games to take them up to second on 81 points.
Sutton may currently be without a win in four games but the 'data experts' are predicting them to have a miraculous end to the season, taking 23 points from their final 10 games to finish as champions on 86 points. Let's see how things actually pan out come May 29...