Patrick Vieira during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Manchester City at Selhurst Park, London, March 2023.

The Premier League table since Crystal Palace appointed Patrick Vieira

Patrick Vieira is coming under increasingly heavy pressure at Crystal Palace after a nightmare run of 12 matches without a win, but how have Palace performed in the Premier League throughout his entire tenure?

Vieira replaced Roy Hodgson at Selhurst Park in the summer of 2021 and led Palace to 12th place and an FA Cup semi-final last season.

But the south London club are currently embroiled in a relegation struggle, having not won a match in any competition since New Year’s Eve.

The Guardian are reporting that chairman Steve Parish has been deeply unimpressed by performances in recent weeks and has begun sounding out potential replacements such as Burnley’s Vincent Kompany and Michael Carrick of Middlesbrough.

Vieira was asked after Palace’s first defeat against Brighton since 2019 whether he retained the faith of the Palace hierarchy and responded: “You will have to ask those questions to them. I can’t answer for them.”

Palace are currently 12th but only three points clear of 18th-placed Bournemouth in a remarkably tight Premier League relegation battle. We’ve crunched the numbers to see how Palace have fared in comparison to their rivals over the entirety of Vieira’s reign.

Note: all teams have played 64 league games unless specified and only those who have been in the league in both the 2021-22 and 2022-23 campaigns are included.

1. Manchester City – 154 points (65 games played)
2. Arsenal – 135 points (65 games played)
3. Liverpool – 134 points
4. Tottenham – 119 points (65 games played)
5. Chelsea – 111 points
6. Manchester United – 108 points
7. Brighton – 93 points (GD: +13) (63 games played)
8. Newcastle United – 93 points (GD: +1) (63 games played)
9. Brentford – 87 points
10. West Ham United – 80 points (GD: -1)
11. Aston Villa – 80 points (GD: -9)
12. Wolves – 78 points (65 games played)
13. Leicester City – 76 points
14. Crystal Palace – 75 points (65 games played)
15. Everton – 64 points (65 games played)
16. Southampton – 62 points (65 games played)
17. Leeds United – 61 points

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