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5 Teams Who Could Top The Premier League Table If Chelsea Lose To Brentford.

The Premier League return to action this afternoon after the international break, matches will be played Saturday's and Sunday's across England through out the month of October.

Chelsea are top of the Premier League before the international with 16 points, after playing 7 games winning 5, drawing 1 and lost 1, while second place Liverpool have played 7 matches winning 4 ,drawing 3 in all.

English Champions Manchester City , Manchester United, Everton and Brighton are all tie at 14 points but goals difference place them in different positions before the international break.

Taking a critical look on goals they have scored and conceded in 7 games Everton have conceded most goals amongst the teams in the 1st to the 6th position in the Premier League table.

Chelsea have scored 15 goals and conceded 1, Liverpool have scored 17 goals and conceded 6 , they have the most goals in the Premier League , they are the only unbeaten team in the Premier League this season.

Manchester City have scored 14 goals and considered 3, Manchester United have scored 14 goals and conceded 6, Everton have scored 13 goals and conceded 8 and Brighton have scored 8 goals and conceded 5.

5 teams who could top the Premier League table if Chelsea lose to Brentford.

Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United Brighton and Everton all have chances to top the Premier League table if they win their matches, and Chelsea fail to beat Brentford City at Community Stadium.

All the 5 teams have the chances to move top of the table depending on the number of goals they could score in each game this afternoon. The Blues equally have the opportunity to extend their lead on top of the Premier League table with 19 points if they beat Brentford City is afternoon.

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