Alternative Premier League table after 36 games, based on expected goals


Alternative Premier League table after 36 games, based on expected goals

We have just two more games left in the Premier League this season and there is STILL almost everything to play for.

Liverpool and Manchester City keep winning in their quests to be champions, while Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester United keep slipping up in the top four race.

Manchester City scraped past Burnley at the weekend following Liverpool’s win over Huddersfield

Brighton and Cardiff are the two teams who are battling to avoid the final relegation spot but the Seagulls could be confirmed safe this weekend if the Welsh don’t win against Crystal Palace.

And if all of this wasn’t enough then how about the fight to finish seventh – which could earn a club a Europa League place if Manchester City win the FA Cup – Wolverhampton Wanderers are occupying the place currently, but Leicester City are on their tails, with Everton and West Ham United just behind.