How a 2020 Premier League table would look: Arsenal third, Leicester 11th

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While Liverpool have been the Premier League’s standout performers in 2020, Arsenal have also had an impressive calendar year. 

Mikel Arteta has transformed their league form in recent months, with the Gunners also winning an FA Cup and the Community Shield. 

We’ve taken a look at how the Premier League table would look if it began at the start of the calendar year. Note: all teams have played 22 league games unless it’s stated otherwise.

1. Liverpool – 53 points (GD +19) (23 games played)
2. Man City – 44 points (GD +35) (21 games played)
3. Arsenal – 41 points (GD +15)
4. Man Utd – 38 points (GD +15) (21 games played)
5. Chelsea – 38 points (GD +12)
6. Tottenham – 36 points (GD +14)
7. Southampton – 36 points (GD +4)
8. Everton – 36 points (GD +2)
9. Wolves – 35 points (GD +4)
10. Burnley – 30 points (GD -3) (21 games played)
11. Leicester City – 29 points (GD +7)
12. West Ham – 26 points (GD +2) (23 games played)
13. Aston Villa – 26 points (GD -6) (21 games played)
14. Newcastle United – 26 points (GD -9)
15. Sheffield United – 25 points (GD -9)
16. Crystal Palace – 22 points (GD -17)
17. Brighton – 21 points (GD -13)
18. Watford – 18 points (GD -10) (18 games played)
19. Bournemouth – 14 points (GD -17) (18 games played)
20. Norwich City – 8 points (GD -30) (18 games played)
21. Leeds United – 7 points (GD +1) (Four games played)
22. West Brom  – 1 point (GD -8) (Four games played)
23. Fulham – 0 points (GD -8). (Four games played)


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