How the PL table would look if it began when Arsenal appointed Arteta

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Mikel Arteta is approaching the end of his first campaign in charge of Arsenal – so how well has the rookie manager done since replacing Unai Emery?

Arsenal finished the league season in eighth place, but there have also been plenty of signs of encouragement for life under Arteta.

We’ve taken a look at what the Premier League table would look like if it began when Arteta first took charge of Arsenal, against Bournemouth on Boxing Day.

1. Liverpool – 47 points
2. Man City – 43 points
3. Man Utd – 41 points
4. Chelsea – 34 points (GD +7)
5. Southampton – 34 points (GD +7)
6. Arsenal – 33 points (GD +11)
7. Tottenham – 33 points (GD +8)
8. Wolves – 32 points
9. Burnley – 30 points (GD -1)
10. Everton – 30 points (GD -3)
11. Sheffield United – 26 points
12. Leicester – 23 points
13. Watford – 22 points
14. Brighton – 21 points
15. West Ham – 20 points (GD -2)
16. Crystal Palace – 20 points (GD -14)
17. Aston Villa – 20 points (GD -17)
18. Newcastle – 19 points
19. Bournemouth – 15 points
20. Norwich – 9 points

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