2019/20

Current Holders: Man City

Current table

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  PWDLFAWDLFAGDPts
1Liverpool2312003191010236+39 67
2Man City2482231128133415+38 51
3Leicester2482224127142812+28 48
4Chelsea2453416127142520+9 40
5Man Utd2464224123361217+7 34
6Tottenham2472323122551520+6 34
7Wolves2445318174531715+3 34
8Sheff Utd2452513113721212+2 33
9Southampton2432713286241814-11 31
10Arsenal2445318182731416-2 30
11Crystal Palace2444410123541216-6 30
12Everton2463315132371322-7 30
13Burnley2460616183361220-10 30
14Newcastle2454312123271224-12 30
15Brighton2445316132281121-7 25
16Aston Villa2452516212281524-14 25
17West Ham2332617203361018-11 23
18Bournemouth2434513183181019-14 23
19Watford2435411142371022-15 23
20Norwich243361825129622-23 17

Match in Focus

17:30 Sa 25Jan BT1

Hull v Chelsea

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Chelsea have won their last seven meetings with Hull
Expert verdict
Chelsea beat Nottingham Forest 2-0 in the FA Cup third round and a similar scoreline could follow at the KCOM Stadium. Inconsistent Hull managed only three shots on target en route to losing their last two Championship outings and the youthful Blues look a class above their hosts.

 

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