The Premier League table since the restart: Manc clubs top, LFC sixth

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Liverpool have enjoyed a comfortable end to the season after securing the Premier League title, but it’s Manchester City and Manchester United who’ve been in the best form since the restart.

Bruno Fernandes arrival has helped transform United’s fortunes, who have now secured Champions League place after 14 games unbeaten in the Premier League.

But we’ve been tracking the Premier League table if it began when the competition restarted in June, and United are no longer top.

1. Manchester City – 21 points (GD +27)
2. Manchester United – 21 points (GD +20)
3. Southampton – 18 points (GD +8)
4. Tottenham – 18 points (GD +7)
5. Chelsea – 18 points (GD +3)
6. Liverpool – 17 points
7. Arsenal – 16 points (GD +7)
8. Wolves – 16 points (GD +4)
9. Burnley – 15 points
10. West Ham – 12 points (GD +2)
11. Everton – 12 points (GD -3)
12. Brighton – 12 points (GD -7)
13. Sheffield United – 10 points
14. Newcastle United – 9 points (GD -4)
15. Leicester City – 9 points (GD -4)
16. Aston Villa – 9 points (GD -4)
17. Bournemouth – 7 points (GD -7)
18. Watford – 7 points (GD -11)
19. Crystal Palace – 4 points
20. Norwich City – 0 points


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