Alternative Premier League table after 20 games, based on expected goals


Alternative Premier League table after 20 games, based on expected goals

The festive fixtures are almost over and the Premier League has certainly been shaken up.

Liverpool are now favourites to win the title after stumbles from Tottenham and Manchester City, and the Reds’ own brilliant display against Arsenal.

Romelu Lukaku scores against Bournemouth

City did at least get back on track by beating Southampton but Spurs’ loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers showed just how tired they are with several players still out injured.

Manchester United look back in the hunt for a top four spot as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continued his brilliant run of games to start his interim tenure with a 4-1 victory over Bournemouth.

Raul Jimenez helped Wolves to a famous win at Wembley

And in the bottom half of the table there were vital wins for Fulham and Cardiff City.

But how has the weekend’s action changed the alternative Premier League table based on expected goals?