Comparing every PL club’s points and GD to the halfway point last term

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Liverpool, Tottenham, West Ham and Bournemouth are the Premier League’s big improvers so far this season, but Manchester United and Manchester City fans should look away now.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have enjoyed a mightily impressive first half of the season, sitting top of the Premier League after taking full advantage of City’s recent poor form.

We’ve compared every team’s points and goal tallies to the midway point of last term, to see who has improved and who should be worried.

Liverpool
Points: +16
Goals for: +2
Goals against: -16

Tottenham
Points: +11
Goals for: +8
Goals against: =

Manchester City
Points: -11
Goals for: -9
Goals against: +3

Chelsea
Points: +1
Goals for: +5
Goals against: +2

Arsenal
Points: +4
Goals for: +7
Goals against: +2

Manchester United
Points: -10
Goals for: -4
Goals against: +17

Leicester City
Points: +1
Goals for: -5
Goals against: -6

Everton
Points: +1
Goals for: +7
Goals against: -1

West Ham
Points: +10
Goals for: +8
Goals against: -7

Watford
Points: +5
Goals for: -1
Goals against: -7

Bournemouth
Points: +10
Goals for: +12
Goals against: +5

Brighton
Points: +1
Goals for: +6
Goals against: +4

Crystal Palace
Points: +1
Goals for: -1
Goals against: -4

Newcastle United
Points: -1
Goals for: -5
Goals against: -3

Southampton
Points: -4
Goals for: +2
Goals against: +10

Burnley
Points: -20
Goals for +1
Goals against: +26

Huddersfield Town
Points: -12
Goals for: -5
Goals against: +3


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