Comparing every PL club’s points & goal tallies to this stage last season

Quick Reads

We don’t need to compare points and goal tallies to last season to tell you Liverpool have improved while Tottenham and Arsenal have struggled – but the numbers do put an interesting perspective on Chelsea and Manchester United’s respective campaigns.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has faced plenty of criticism this season, but United’s points and goals against tallies suggest he has the Red Devils moving in the right direction.

Below are every Premier League club’s points and goal tallies compared to this stage last season (excluding the newly-promoted sides).

Liverpool
Points: +12
Goals for: +2
Goals against: +6

Manchester City (after 28 games)
Points: -11
Goals for: -7
Goals against: +11

Leicester City
Points: +18
Goals for: +23
Goals against: -13

Chelsea
Points: -11
Goals for: -1
Goals against: +9

Manchester United
Points: +13
Goals for: -14
Goals against: -8

Wolves
Points: +1
Goals for: +4
Goals against: -1

Tottenham
Points: -20
Goals for: -9
Goals against: +10

Arsenal (after 28 games)
Points: -16
Goals for: -20
Goals against: -2

Burnley
Points: +9
Goals for: +2
Goals against: -13

Crystal Palace
Points: +6
Goals for: -9
Goals against: -7

Everton
Points: 0
Goals for: -2
Goals against: +7

Newcastle United
Points: +4
Goals for: -1
Goals against: +5

Southampton
Points: +7
Goals for: +3
Goals against: +3

Brighton
Points: -1
Goals for: +2
Goals against: -4

West Ham
Points: -12
Goals for: -2
Goals against: +9

Watford
Points: -16
Goals for: -14
Goals against: +3

Bournemouth
Points: -7
Goals for: -10
Goals against: -7


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