Premier League Clubs Ranked By How Much Fans Love Or Hate Them
Liverpool have beaten Arsenal to have the highest number of fans backing them to win per match.
Transfermarkt set up a feature on its website where random fixtures are created with the Premier League's 20 clubs and fans are invited to vote on which team would win.
And the website would crunch the numbers to work out a percentage and reveal the number of users who voted for wins and losses per team.
Jurgen Klopp's men came out on top with a whopping 70 per cent and 7.127 wins, while only holding 3.104 for losses.
That places the Reds well ahead of second-placed Arsenal, who took home 62 per cent.
Following behind Liverpool and Arsenal are Leicester City in third place with 59 per cent and Southampton in fourth with 58 per cent.
Manchester United secured 51 per cent while fierce rivals Manchester City only managed to secure 34 per cent.
Posted below are the 20 Premier League teams ranked by percentage.
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- 20. Burnley: 33 per cent
- 19. Manchester City: 34 per cent
- 18. Norwich City: 37 per cent
- 17. Bournemouth: 38 per cent
- 16. Watford: 40 per cent
- 15. Brighton and Hove Albion: 41 per cent
- 14. Chelsea: 42 per cent
- 13. Sheffield United: 43 per cent
- 12. Crystal Palace: 44 per cent
- 11. Aston Villa: 47 per cent
- 10. Newcastle: 50 per cent
- 9. Manchester United: 51 per cent
- 8. Everton: 56 per cent
- 7. West Ham: 56 per cent
- 6. Wolves: 57 per cent
- 5. Tottenham Hotspur: 57 per cent
- 4. Southampton: 58 per cent
- 3. Leicester City: 59 per cent
- 2. Arsenal: 62 per cent
- 1. Liverpool: 70 per cent
The Premier League will return after the international break as Everton are in action for the first Saturday fixture against West Ham.
Liverpool hold an eight-point lead over defending champions City and resume their campaign with a trip to United on Sunday.
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