The English Premier League gameweek 7 served a lot of Drama, as Manchester United dropped points again for the second consecutive time at Old Trafford, Arsenal fail to impress at Brighton, Chelsea record a comfortable 3-1 victory at the Stamford bridge and Liverpool played out an interesting 2-2 draw with defending champions Man City at Anfield.
After 7 matchdays, only 2 teams have conceded fewer goals in the league thus far.
Fewest goals conceded in the Premier League this season:
3 - Chelsea
3 - Man City
5 - Brighton
6 - Brentford
6 - Liverpool
6 - Man Utd
6 - Wolves
Manchester City and Chelsea have both had the best defence in the league this season. Pep Guardiola's men have kept a stunning 5 Cleansheets in the league, closely followed by Liverpool and Chelsea who have both kept 4 Cleansheets respectively.
Surprisingly, Manchester United have only kept 1 cleansheet in the league, coming on matchday 2 at Wolves. Tottenham and Arsenal have conceded the most goals amongst the EPL Top 6 clubs with 10 goals let in so far.
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