How the PL would look with separate first-half and second-half tables

Quick Reads

While some Premier League teams have been quick out of the blocks this season, other sides are notoriously bad starters.

Manchester United and Chelsea are two of the best first-half teams, but they have struggled to maintain that level of performance after the break.

We’ve looked at how the league standings would look when separating first-half and second-half results. Note: The tables only take into account goals scored in that specific half.

First-half table

1. Liverpool – 77 points
2. Man Utd – 69 points
3. Man City – 68 points
4. Chelsea – 61 points
5. Everton – 54 points
6. Tottenham – 53 points
7. Arsenal – 50 points
8. Leicester – 49 points
9. West Ham – 46 points
10. Sheff Utd – 44 points
11. Southampton – 43 points
12. Aston Villa – 43 points
13. Brighton – 40 points
14. Crystal Palace – 39 points
15. Watford – 39 points
16. Newcastle – 37 points
17. Burnley – 37 points
18. Norwich – 36 points
19. Wolves – 32 points
20. Bournemouth – 31 points

Second-half table

1. Man City – 74 points
2. Liverpool – 72 points
3. Leicester – 69 points
4. Wolves – 67 points
5. Man Utd – 57 points
6. Arsenal –  54 points
7. Burnley – 53 points
8. Sheff Utd – 53 points
9. Tottenham – 49 points
10. Southapton – 48 points
11. Chelsea – 46 points
12. Brighton – 44 points
13. Crystal Palace – 42 points
14. Newcastle – 42 points
15. Watford – 38 points
16. West Ham – 37 points
17. Aston Villa – 36 points
18. Everton – 32 points
19. Bournemouth – 31 points
20. Norwich – 26 points


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