How the Premier League would look with separate home and away tables

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Virgil van Dijk

Liverpool have dropped points at home just once in the Premier League and remain unbeaten as Anfield has become a fortress upon which they have built their title victory.

Worthy champions, Liverpool are also the best team in the competition away from home, a consistency that no other team has been able to match.

We’ve looked at how the league standings would look when separating home and away results.

Home table

1. Liverpool – 52 points
2. Man City – 44 points
3. Leicester – 37 points
4. Man Utd – 36 points
5. Tottenham – 36 points
6. Chelsea – 33 points
7. Arsenal – 33 points
8. Sheff Utd – 33 points
9. Everton – 31 points
10. Wolves – 28 points
11. Burnley – 28 points
12. Newcastle – 26 points
13. Watford – 24 points
14. Crystal Palace – 22 points
15. Bournemouth – 21 points
16. Brighton – 21 points
17. Aston Villa – 21 points
17. West Ham –18 points
19. Southampton – 18 points
20. Norwich – 15 points

READ: Where are they now? The last Liverpool team to lose a PL game at Anfield

Away Table

1. Liverpool – 41 points
2. Man City – 31 points
3. Chelsea – 30 points
4. Wolves – 28 points
5. Southampton – 28 points
6. Man Utd – 26 points
7. Leicester – 25 points
8. Burnley – 23 points
9. Sheff Utd – 21 points
10. Arsenal – 20 points
11. Crystal Palace – 20 points
12. Tottenham – 19 points
13. Newcastle – 17 points
14. Brighton – 16 points
15. West Ham – 16 points
16. Everton – 15 points
17. Aston Villa – 10 points
18. Bournemouth – 10 points
19. Watford – 10 points
20. Norwich – 6 points


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