In the latest edition of the Premier League, Manchester City has maintained its dominant position at the top of thePremier League Table. The defending champions have played seven matches, securing 18 points and boasting an impressive goal difference of +12. Despite fierce competition, Pep Guardiola’s squad seems determined to defend their title, showcasing exceptional form in the early stages of the season.
Hot on the heels of Man City are Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal, both with 17 points each. Spurs have climbed up from the fourth position, while Arsenal has made significant progress from the fifth position in the previous rankings. Both teams have a goal difference of +9, indicating their strong offensive capabilities and defensive stability.
Liverpool, which held the second position previously, has slipped to the fourth spot with 16 points. The team, led by Jurgen Klopp, has a goal difference of +9, highlighting their attacking prowess. Aston Villa and Brighton complete the top six with 15 and 13 points respectively. While Villa boasts a goal difference of +7, Brighton has a goal difference of +5.
West Ham and Newcastle are also in the top half of the table, occupying the seventh and eighth positions with 13 and 12 points respectively. Crystal Palace, despite having a goal difference of 0, is in the ninth position with 11 points.
Manchester United, once considered a powerhouse, is struggling this season, sitting at the tenth position with 9 points and a goal difference of -4. Fulham, Nottingham Forest, Wolves, Brentford, Chelsea, Everton, Luton, Bournemouth, Burnley, and Sheffield United complete the rest of the table. View table HERE
Notably, Sheffield United is at the bottom of the table with just one point and a goal difference of -14, indicating a challenging start to their Premier League campaign. Read Similar Story