DarthFooty 22 days ago Queens Park Rangers, United States 14 662 With it being the new year and all, I figured we could get some fresh perspective related to the current EPL table as it stands now. Liverpool 33pts Man Udt 33pts Leicester City 32pts Tottenham 29pts Man City 29pts Everton 29pts Aston Villa 26pts Chelsea 26pts Southampton 26pts West Ham 26pts Arsenal 23pts Leeds 23pts Wolverhampton 22pts Crystal Palace 22pts Newcastle United 19pts Burnley 16pts Brighton & Hove Albion 14pts Fulham 11pts West Brom 8pts Sheffield United 2pts I think we all saw Liverpool being a team in the top of the table, so no surprise there. However, with the injuries they have had, I am surprised they are still on top. Of course, you have to factor the season for all teams, but still.. Seeing Man Udt tied for first is interesting given all their struggles early on. They still dont look like a confident team, but now they are in talks for a title run? Spurs on a skid, but were they always a title contender? Man City is moving up quickly...It was more surprising to see them so low in the table, but we all knew they would not stay there long. This team is too good and they will push things. Everton and Chelsea both come crashing down. I wonder if they will continue to slide or if they can find their footing and move back up to challenge. Arsenal won't win the title this season but they won't get relegated either. Leeds has come down from their cloud.. Can they find some more consistency? Wolves are a surprise for me. I picture them higher up and they do have time to move again. What are your thoughts???