Premier League Table: BPL Standings Matchday 26

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There could be lots of movement in the table this week, but the Foxes of Leicester City improbably remain on top. Leicester is five points clear heading into the weekend, but have a tough matchup away at Arsenal on Sunday. Arsene Wenger’s came away 5-2 winners in the first meeting, and haven’t lost to Leicester in over 15 meetings.

Even if Arsenal complete the season sweep, the Gunners are still even with Tottenham in the table. Spurs have won six straight in all competitions, but face off against the league’s best home side in Manchester City this weekend. City has struggled against top-tier competition this season, but could get a huge boost if Vincent Kompany returns to action.

Chelsea are still fighting mid-table, but have gone unbeaten in eleven games under interim manager Guus Hiddink. That streak hasn’t included any wins at Stamford Bridge, however, and Chelsea will be looking to rectify that against struggling Newcastle.

Aside from Spurs, the best form in the league belongs to Southampton. The Saints have won four of five league matches, rising from 13th all the way to seventh in the table. At 37 points, Southampton is inching closer to West Ham (39) and Manchester United (41) for a top-six finish and place in next year’s Europa League.

Let’s take a look at all 20 clubs, with their recent form through Saturday:


1. Leicester City

Points: 53
Record: 15-8-3
Last Five: DWWWL
Next Fixture: Norwich City

2. Tottenham Hotspur

Points: 51
Record: 14-9-3
Last Five: WWWWW
Next Fixture: Swansea City

3. Arsenal

Points: 51
Record: 15-6-5
Last Five: DDLDW
Next Fixture: Manchester United

4. Manchester City

Points: 47
Record: 14-5-7
Last Five: WDWLL
Next Fixture: Newcastle

5. Manchester United

Points: 41
Record: 11-8-7
Last Five: WLWDL
Next Fixture: Arsenal

6. West Ham United

Points: 40
Record: 10-10-6
Last Five: LDWLD
Next Fixture: Sunderland

7. Southampton

Points: 40
Record: 11-7-8
Last Five: WWDWW
Next Fixture: Chelsea

8. Liverpool

Points: 38
Record: 10-8-8
Last Five: LWLDW
Next Fixture: Everton

9. Watford

Points: 36
Record: 10-6-10
Last Five: LWDLW
Next Fixture: Bournemouth

10. Stoke City

Points: 36
Record: 10-6-10
Last Five: DLLLW
Next Fixture: Aston Villa

11. Everton

Points: 35
Record: 8-11-7
Last Five: DLWWL
Next Fixture: Liverpool

12. Crystal Palace

Points: 32
Record: 9-5-12
Last Five: LLLDL
Next Fixture: West Brom

13. West Bromwich Albion

Points: 32
Record: 8-8-10
Last Five: LDDLW
Next Fixture: Crystal Palace

14. Chelsea

Points: 33
Record: 8-9-9
Last Five: DWDDW
Next Fixture: Southampton

15. Bournemouth

Points: 28
Record: 7-7-12
Last Five: WDWLL
Next Fixture: Watford

16. Swansea City

Points: 27
Record: 6-9-11
Last Five: WWDDL
Next Fixture: Tottenham

17. Newcastle United

Points: 24
Record: 6-6-14
Last Five: WLLWL
Next Fixture: Manchester City

18. Norwich City

Points: 24
Record: 6-6-14
Last Five: LLLLD
Next Fixture: Leicester City

19. Sunderland

Points: 23
Record: 6-5-15
Last Five: LDLDW
Next Fixture: West Ham

20. Aston Villa

Points: 16
Record: 3-7-16
Last Five: LWDDL
Next Fixture: Stoke


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