Premier League 20/21

Pos.
Mannschaft
Sp.
To.
Pkt.
1.
Leicester City
2
7:2
6
2.
Everton FC
2
6:2
6
3.
Arsenal FC
2
5:1
6
4.
Liverpool FC
2
6:3
6
5.
Crystal Palace
2
4:1
6
6.
Tottenham Hotspur
2
5:3
3
7.
Manchester City
1
3:1
3
8.
Brighton & Hove Albion
2
4:3
3
9.
Aston Villa
1
1:0
3
10.
Leeds United
2
7:7
3
11.
Chelsea FC
2
3:3
3
11.
Wolverhampton Wanderers
2
3:3
3
13.
Newcastle United
2
2:3
3
14.
Burnley FC
1
2:4
0
15.
Manchester United
1
1:3
0
16.
West Ham United
2
1:4
0
17.
Sheffield United
2
0:3
0
18.
Fulham FC
2
3:7
0
19.
Southampton FC
2
2:6
0
20.
West Bromwich Albion
2
2:8
0

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