Premier League Form Table Since The Restart Has A Different Look To It - See Fans Reactions
We all know that the English premier league is a tough league and it is very difficult to predict. Due to the outbreak of the World pandemic (COVID-19), the English premier league was stopped, postponed or put on hold earlier this season.
But Since the restart of the English premier league, some of the teams have seriously improved more than before, while some did not improve compared to how strong they were before.
The most improved team is Manchester united and other improve teams are; Manchester city, Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Southampton. While the teams that didn't improve compared to as before are; Liverpool and Sheffield united.
Since the restart of the English premier league, Manchester city have played 8 games with 18 points, Manchester united have played 7 games with 17 points and they are still unbeaten, Chelsea have played 7 games with
15 points, Tottenham have played 7 games with 14 points, Arsenal have played 8 games with 13 points, Wolverhampton have played 7 games with 13 points, Southampton have
played 7 games with 12 points, Burnley have played 7 game played 12 points, the English premier league Champions, Liverpool, have played 7 games with 11 points and Sheffield united have played 8 games with 11 points.
Below are the reactions from the fans to the English premier league table since the restart of the season.
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