How the Premier League table would look if only home form counted this season

Callum Rice-Coates
90Min
​For some teams, there can often be a parallel between home and away form, and that's no different when it comes to the Premier League. If the table came down solely to games played in their own stadium, Burnley would be in a Europa League place, Everton would be in contention for the Champions League, and Manchester United would be firmly in mid-table. Unfortunately for some - and fortunately for others - it doesn't. Still, it's interesting to see which teams are most imperious on their own...

​For some teams, there can often be a parallel between home and away form, and that's no different when it comes to the Premier League.

If the table came down solely to games played in their own stadium, Burnley would be in a Europa League place, Everton would be in contention for the Champions League, and Manchester United would be firmly in mid-table.

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Unfortunately for some - and fortunately for others - it doesn't.

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Still, it's interesting to see which teams are most imperious on their own patch. Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham take the crown, last weekend's 4-0 win over Watford a good example of their dominance at White Hart Lane.

GP PTS​ GD​
​1. Tottenham ​16 ​44 ​+31
​2. Chelsea ​15 39​ ​+28
​3. Everton ​16 ​37 ​+26
​4. Liverpool ​16 ​37 ​+25
​5. Arsenal 15​ ​33 ​+16
​6. Burnley ​16 ​32 ​+9
​7. Manchester City ​15 30​ +11​
​8. Leicester City ​16 30​ +8​
​9. West Bromwich Albion ​16 29​ +8​
​10. Manchester United ​16 27​ +10​
​11. Watford ​16 25​ +1​
​12. Hull City ​16 25​ -1​
​13. Bournemouth ​16 24​ +1​
​14. Stoke City ​16 23​ +1​
​15. Southampton ​14 22​ +2​
​16. West Ham United ​16 21​ -9​
​17. Swansea City ​16 18​ -11​
​18. Crystal Palace ​15 16​ -2​
​19. Middlesbrough ​15 14​ -5​
​20. Sunderland ​16 13​ -15​

It's not overly surprising to see the likes of Sunderland and Middlesbrough propping up the rest of the table, though the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United will want to see an improvement on their home form next season if they are to compete for the title.

Tottenham, meanwhile, will be hoping that they can take their White Hart Lane form to Wembley, where have they struggled to play in the past.

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