How the PL table would look if it began when Spurs appointed Jose Mourinho

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Since taking over from Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham, Jose Mourinho has got the club back on track and silenced the critics once again. 

Spurs were 14th in the Premier League when he replaced Pochettino in north London but are currently 2nd after a promising start to 2020-21.

We’ve taken a look at how the Premier League table would look if it began when Mourinho was appointed by Spurs. Note: all teams have played 34 league games unless it’s stated otherwise.

1. Liverpool – 82 points
2. Man City – 68 points (33 games played)
3. Tottenham – 62 points
4. Man Utd – 60 points (GD +24) (33 games played)
5. Southampton – 60 points (GD +13)
6. Wolves – 56 points
7. Chelsea – 55 points
8. Leicester – 54 points
9. Arsenal – 51 points
10. Everton – 48 points
11. Crystal Palace – 41 points (GD -13)
12. Burnley – 41 points (GD -15) (33 games played)
13. Newcastle – 40 points
14. Aston Villa – 39 points (33 games played)
15. Sheff Utd – 38 points
16. West Ham – 37 points
17. Brighton – 32 points
18. Watford – 26 points (26 games played)
19. Bournemouth – 18 points (26 games played)
20. Norwich – 14 points (26 games played)
21. Leeds – 10 points (8 games played)
22. Fulham – 4 points (8 games played)
23. West Brom – 3 points (8 games played)


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