The Table – Week 11

Yet another strange week in the Premiership as Liverpool, Arsenal and Aston Villa all were thwarted by bottom-feeding Spurs, Stoke City and Newcastle. Chelsea regains the top spot with an outrageous goal differential advantage over Liverpool (23-8). Meanwhile, a new relegation zone has emerged with Bolton, West Brom and Spurs rounding up the misfits. Tottenham, however, have done quite well in their matches since sacking Juande Ramos and stealing Harry Redknapp from Pompey, so I think we all expect them to begin the long climb back into respectability.

1. Chelsea 26
2. Liverpool 26

3. Manchester United 21
4. Arsenal 20

5. Aston Villa 20
6. Hull City 20
7. Everton 15
8. Middlesbrough 14
9. Portsmouth 14
10. Manchester City 13
11. West Ham 13
12. Stoke City 13
13. Blackburn 13
14. Newcastle 12
15. Sunderland 12
16. Fulham 11
17. Newcastle 9
18. Wigan 8
19. Bolton 8
20. Tottenham 6

Champions League
Champions League Qualifying
UEFA Cup
Relegation

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