The coronavirus pandemic has brought the Premier League season to a standstill and it remains to be seen whether the campaign will conclude.
Top-flight clubs met last week to discuss the next steps going forward, with a return date of June 8 reportedly being proposed.
Should it take any longer for the green light to be given for football to resume, though, the season could possibly be brought to an early end.
As talks between the powers-that-be continue behind the scenes, Sports Mole looks at what would have happened in years gone by had the Premier League season ended after 29 games.
Had the campaign finished after matchweek 29, however, the Gunners would have ended as runners-up to United, whom they trailed by a point with a game in hand to play.
As it turned out, Arsene Wenger's men won each of their remaining matches, including a convincing win at Old Trafford on the penultimate weekend to secure top spot.
United could not even hold on to second, with Liverpool ending strongly to leapfrog their bitter rivals over the remaining couple of months of the season.
Newcastle completed the top four that year after maintaining their position of fourth over their last nine games, meaning a Champions League playoff spot.