Form table: Where every Prem club would have finished based on 2016 results ONLY

first_img 20 It’s all over for another season in the Premier League.Leicester City ran away with the title, leaving the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City nursing their damaged egos.But it really was a season of two halves for some, as the Blues, Sunderland and Swansea City will tell you.Taking only results from 2016, would there be any significant changes in league standings?Did Arsenal’s form take a noticeable dive? Were Manchester United really top four contenders? Should Alan Pardew consider himself fortune to have a new long-term deal on its way?Check out the calendar year table by viewing the slideshow above. 17. Watford (16 points from 19 games, goal difference -14) – The Hornets won four, drew four and lost 11, scoring 16 and conceding 30 2. Southampton (39 points from 19 games, goal difference +15) – The Saints won 12, drew three and lost four, scoring 33 and conceding 18 14. Everton (21 points from 19 games, goal difference -3) – The Toffees won five, drew six and lost eight, scoring 24 and lost 27 20 20 20 8. Manchester City (30 points from 19 games, goal difference +13) – The Citizens won eight, drew six and lost five, scoring 34 and conceding 21 20 20 20. Aston Villa (nine points from 19 games, goal difference -30) – see where YOUR club would have finished based on league results in 2016 ONLY by clicking the arrow above, right – The Villans won two, drew three and lost 14, scoring 12 and conceding 42 15. Newcastle United (20 points from 19 games, goal difference -6) – The Magpies won five, drew four and lost nine, scoring 25 and conceding 31 10. Swansea City (28 points from 19 games, goal difference -2) – The Swans won eight, drew four and lost seven, scoring 26 and conceding 28 3. Manchester United (36 points from 19 games, goal difference +8) – The Red Devils won 11, drew three and lost five, scoring 27 and conceding 19 7. Liverpool (30 points from 19 games, goal difference +13) – The Reds won eight, drew six and lost five, scoring 41 and conceding 28 13. Stoke City (22 points from 19 games, goal difference -15) – The Potters won six, drew four and lost nine, scoring 21 and conceding 36 20 20 20 20 20 19. Crystal Palace (11 points from 19 games, goal difference -19) – The Eagles won two, drew five and lost 12, scoring 16 and conceding 35 12. Bournemouth (22 points from 19 games, goal difference -10) – The Cherries won six, drew four and lost eight, scoring 22 and conceding 30 20 16. West Bromwich Albion (20 points from 19 games, goal difference -8) – The Baggies won four, drew eight and lost seven, scoring 16 and conceding 24 20 20 6. Arsenal (32 points from 19 games, goal difference +14) – The Gunners won eight, drew eight and lost three, scoring 32 and conceding 18 20 20 1. Leicester City (42 points from 19 games, goal difference +20) – The Foxes won 12, drew six and lost one, scoring 31 and conceding 11 5. West Ham United (33 points from 19 games, goal difference +9) – The Hammers won nine, drew six and lost four, scoring 37 and conceding 28 20 18. Norwich City (14 points from 19 games, goal difference -18) – The Canaries won four, drew two and lost 13, scoring 17 and conceding 35 20 11. Sunderland (27 points from 19 games, goal difference +5) – The Black Cats won six, drew nine and lost four, scoring 29 and conceding 24 9. Chelsea (30 points from 19 games, goal difference +12) – The Blues won seven, drew nine and lost three, scoring 36 and conceding 24 4. Tottenham Hotspur (35 points from 19 games, goal difference +16) – Spurs won 10, drew five and lost four, scoring 36 and conceding 20 20 20last_img read more