How the 21-22 Premier League looks with separate home & away tables

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola during their victory over Club Brugge, November 2021.

Manchester City have established a healthy lead at the top of the Premier League – and it’s no surprise to learn that they’re equally dominant home and away.

Pep Guardiola’s side ran away with the title last season and, after a handful of early-season wobbles, enjoyed a 12-match winning run on either side of Christmas and the New Year to leave their competitors eating dust.

There are some surprises elsewhere though. West Ham and Wolves are more lethal away from home than expensively assembled sides like Manchester United and Tottenham while Southampton and Crystal Palace’s home form has gone under the radar.

The presence of Burnley, Watford and Norwich among the bottom dwellers on both tables won’t make any front-page headlines but Everton will be hoping their results at Goodison Park will compensate for some shocking away form.

We’ve compiled a home and away table for the 2021-22 Premier League season to analyse the difference between each side’s performances on their home turf and on their travels.

Note: all teams have played 11 games unless stated.

Home table

1. Manchester City – 28 points
2. Liverpool – 24 points (10 games played)
3. Chelsea – 23 points (GD 17) (12 games played)
4. Arsenal – 23 points (GD 10)
5. Tottenham – 22 points (10 games played)
6. Manchester United – 19 points
7. Crystal Palace – 17 points (GD 6) (12 games played)
8. West Ham – 17 points (GD 4)
9. Leicester City – 17 points (GD 3)
10. Southampton – 16 points

11. Aston Villa – 14 points (GD 1) (10 games played)
12. Wolves – 14 points (GD 0) (10 games played)
13. Brighton – 14 points (GD -1)
14. Everton – 13 points (GD -2) (10 games played)
15. Brentford – 13 points (GD -3) (12 games played)
16. Leeds United – 13 points (GD -4)
17. Newcastle United – 9 points
18. Norwich City – 8 points
19. Burnley – 7 points (GD 0) (7 games played)
20. Watford – 7 points (GD -14)

Away Table

1. Manchester City – 29 points (12 games played)
2. Liverpool – 24 points (GD 20) (12 games played)
3. Chelsea – 24 points (GD 13) (12 games played)
4. West Ham – 20 points (GD 6) (12 games played)
5. Wolves – 20 points (GD 3)
6. Manchester United – 19 points
7. Brighton – 16 points
8. Tottenham – 14 points (10 games played)
9. Arsenal – 13 points (10 games played)
10. Aston Villa – 12 points

11. Brentford – 10 points
12. Leicester City – 9 points (GD -6) (9 games played)
13. Southampton – 9 points (GD -12)
14. Leeds United – 9 points (GD -12) (10 games played)
15. Norwich City – 8 points
16. Watford – 7 points (GD -3) (9 games played)
17. Crystal Palace – 7 points (GD -9) (10 games played)
18. Everton – 6 points (GD -9) (10 games played)
19. Newcastle – 6 points (GD -13) (10 games played)
20. Burnley – 5 points


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