EPL Standings after Matchday 13




Mourinho

Fresh from the international break, the English premier league picked up from where it left off.

Manchester United with a miraculous comeback couldn’t hold onto its 3 points as Sheffield United shared points with an injury time equaliser to draw 3-3.

Wolves have scored in their 12 consecutive Premier League matches and are currently 5th on the table.

Manchester City beat Chelsea 2-1 to go 3rd place on the table.

Jose Mourinho after replacing Pochettino on Wednesday secured his first win as Spurs boss with a 3-2 victory.

Arsenal drew 2-2 with Southampton; second-placed Leicester City won at Brighton.

Liverpool continued in their winning form as they hold onto their 8 point margin defeating Crystal Palace with a late winner.

Klopps team are currently unbeaten in 30 Premier League matches. Only Arsenal, with 49 matches in October 2004, and Chelsea, with 40 in October 2005, to have the longest run.

Aston Villa and Newcastle will be playing on Monday to round off the week.

EPL table as it stands:

PosTeamPWDLGDPts
1Liverpool1312101937
2Leicester City139222329
3Man City139132328
4Chelsea13823926
5Wolves13472219
6Sheffield Utd13463418
7Burnley13535-118
8Arsenal13463-118
9Man Utd13454417
10Tottenham13454217
11Bournemouth13445-116
12Brighton13436-415
13Crystal Palace13436-715
14Newcastle12435-715
15Everton13427-714
16West Ham13346-713
17Aston Villa12327-311
18Norwich13319-1510
19Southampton13238-189
20Watford13157-188




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