Alternative Premier League table after 35 games, based on expected goals


Alternative Premier League table after 35 games, based on expected goals

This Premier League season is set to be thrill a minute until the final whistle is blown with yet another barnstorming set of fixtures across the Bank Holiday.

Manchester City got another win against a stubborn, top-four chasing Tottenham Hotspur side, while Liverpool hit back with a victory over Cardiff City on Sunday.

Phil Foden celebrates his goal which won Man City the game against Tottenham

This ensures the title race continues to enthral, with City playing rivals Man United on Wednesday in their game in hand, while Arsenal blew their chance to go third by losing 3-2 to Crystal Palace.
Meanwhile, at the other end of the table, Brighton & Hove Albion kept their survival hopes up by drawing 0-0 with Wolverhampton Wanderers, who lost ground to Everton in the race for seventh spot.

Some results were deserved, others less so. But how would the Premier League table look if it was based on results calculated by ‘Expected Goals’?