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

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Bruno Fernandes has been nothing short of sensational for Manchester United and his arrival in January 2020 coincided with a marked upturn in their fortunes. 

Fernandes, who joined United from Sporting Lisbon, has scored 19 goals and registered 14 assists in 31 league appearances.

We’ve taken a look at how the Premier League table would look if it began when the 26-year-old made his United debut against Wolves. Note: all teams have played 31 league games unless it’s stated otherwise.

1. Man Utd – 68 points
2. Liverpool – 62 points
3. Man City – 59 points (29 games played)
4. Tottenham –  54 points (30 games played)
5. Chelsea – 52 points
6. Everton – 51 points
7. Southampton – 50 points
8. Arsenal – 49 points
9. Wolves – 47 points (32 games played)
10. Leicester – 46 points
11. West Ham – 42 points
12. Burnley – 40 points (30 games played)
13. Aston Villa – 36 points (29 games played)
14. Crystal Palace – 35 points
15. Newcastle – 33 points
16. Brighton – 30 points
17. Sheff Utd – 26 points (32 games played)
18. Leeds – 23 points (17 games played)
19. Fulham – 11 points (GD -10) (15 games played)
20. Bournemouth – 11 points (GD -11) (14 games played)
21. Watford – 11 points (GD -13) (14 games played)
22. West Brom – 8 points (17 games played)
23. Norwich – 4 points (14 games played)

With Fernandes making such an impact in midfield, will you be backing United for success in 2021? Make sure you use Oddschecker to get the best odds first.


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