How the PL table would look if it began when Man Utd signed Bruno Fernandes

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Bruno Fernandes has been a revelation for Manchester United and his arrival has coincided with a marked upturn in their fortunes. 

Fernandes, who joined United from Sporting Lisbon in January, has scored eight goals and registered seven assists in 14 league appearances.

We’ve taken a look at how the Premier League table would look if it began when the 25-year-old made his United debut against Wolves.

1. Man Utd – 32 points
2. Man City – 30 points
3. Liverpool – 29 points
4. Arsenal – 26 points (GD +10)
5. Chelsea – 26 points (GD +6)
6. Tottenham –  25 points (GD +8)
7. Wolves – 25 points (GD +8)
8. Burnley – 24 points
9. Southampton – 21 points (GD +2)
10. Sheff Utd – 21 points (GD -2)
11. Everton – 19 points
12. West Ham – 16 points (GD 0)
13. Brighton – 16 points (GD -8)
14. Leicester – 14 points (GD -2)
15. Newcastle – 14 points (GD -8)
16. Crystal Palace – 13 points
17. Bournemouth – 11 points (GD -11)
18. Watford – 11 points (GD -13)
19. Aston Villa – 10 points
20. Norwich – 4 points


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