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The Premier League Table If Every Team Lost Their Top Scorer's Goals

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The Premier League Table If Every Team Lost Their Top Scorer's Goals

The Premier League table if every team lost their top scorer's goals has been revealed - and it would see Arsenal in the relegation zone without Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

GIVEMESPORT have compiled the table and while the top three remain relatively unchanged, the rest of the league's standings begin to look interesting.

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Check it out below, which also includes how the table lines up to the current standings:

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1. Liverpool - 67 points (Current points tally: 73 - Mo Salah's goals have earned them six points)

2. Man City - 43 points (Current points tally: 51 - Sergio Aguero's goals have earned eight points)

3. Leicester - 41 points (Current points tally: 49 - Jamie Vardy's goals have earned eight points)

4. Sheffield United - 34 points (Current points tally: 39 - John Fleck's goals have earned five points)

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5. Chelsea - 28 points (Current points tally: 41 - Tammy Abraham's goals have earned thirteen points)

6. Tottenham - 27 points (Current points tally: 37 - Harry Kane's goals have earned ten points)

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7. Everton - 27 points (Current points tally: 36 - Dominic Calvert-Lewin's goals have earned nine points)

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8. Man Utd - 25 points (Current points tally: 35 - Marcus Rashford's goals have earned ten points)

9. Newcastle - 25 points (Current points tally: 31 - Jonjo Shelvey's goals have earned six points)

10. Burnley - 24 points (Current points tally: 31 - Chris Wood's goals have earned seven points)

11. Bournemouth - 23 points (Current points tally: 26 - Callum Wilson's goals have earned three points)

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12. Watford - 24 points (Current points tally: 24 - Troy Deeney's goals have earned zero points)

13. Wolves - 21 points (Current points tally: 35 - Raul Jimenez's goals have earned 14 points)

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14. Crystal Palace - 21 points (Current points tally: 30 - Jordan Ayew's goals have earned nine points)

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15. Brighton - 20 points (Current points tally: 27 - Neal Maupay's goals have earned seven points)

16. West Ham - 20 points (Current points tally: 24 - Sebastian Haller's goals have earned four points)

17. Aston Villa - 19 points (Current points tally: 25 - Jack Grealish's goals have earned six points)

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18. Arsenal - 18 points (Current points tally: 31 - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang goals have earned 13 points)

19. Southampton - 17 points (Current points tally: 31 - Danny Ings' goals have earned 14 points)

20. Norwich - 11 points (Current points tally: 18 - Teemu Pukki's goals have earned seven points)

Aubameyang had been linked with a move to Barcelona during the January transfer window.

With less than 18 months left on his deal, Mikel Arteta will be hoping he signs a new one or that the other 'Gunners' players begin chipping in with goals.

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Topics: Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Football, Manchester United, Premier League, Arsenal, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Daniel Marland
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