A Premier League 'Lockdown Table' Shows Who Has Been The Best Since June
A Premier League 'lockdown table' has been revealed and it shows Manchester City have been the team to beat.
Football returned in June following a three month suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic and fans haven't been allowed in the stadium.
Nick Harris has revealed a table of all 17 teams that have been involved in the 19/20 and 20/21 season, with City top by two points.
Pep Guardiola's side have earned 32 points in 15 matches, which means an average of 2.13 points per game.
It puts them four points ahead of bitter rivals Manchester United, who also place above Liverpool due to playing one less game and having a better goal difference.
Sheffield United are placed 17th having won just three games in four months.
Check out the entire table below.
1. Manchester City - 30 points (2.13 points per game)
2. Manchester United - 28 points (2 points per game)
3. Liverpool - 30 points (2 points per game)
4. Southampton - 30 points (1.87 points per game)
5. Tottenham Hotspur - 26 points (1.86 points per game)
6. Chelsea - 27 points (1.80 points per game)
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7. Wolves - 26 points (1.73 points per game)
8. Everton - 25 points (1.67 points per game)
9. Arsenal - 15 points (1.56 points per game)
10. Aston Villa - 22 points (1.47 points per game)
11. Leciester City - 21 points (1.40 points per game)
12. West Ham United - 20 points (1.33 points per game)
13. Burnley - 16 points (1.23 points per game)
14. Brighton & Hove Albion - 16 points (1.14 points per game)
15. Newcastle United - 13 points (1.13 points per game)
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16. Crystal Palace - 14 points (0.93 points per game)
17. Sheffield United - 12 points (0.75 points per game)
This season, Everton currently sit top of the Premier League but they lost to Southampton 2-0 on Sunday.
Goals from James War-Prowse and Che Adams condemned the Toffees to their first defeat of the season.
Defending champions Liverpool are behind due to goal difference.
Who do you think has been the best team in the Premier League since football returned?
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