English Premier League 2021/2022 season has progressed to the fifth round. The performance of most teams in these 5 EPL matches has shown potential teams to win the EPL tittle.
Leading in the EPL table until the end of the first leg that is until December 2021 gives a team higher chances of winning the league. Only three teams have not lost any match in EPL this season. That is Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United. These teams have both having 13 points. This means that they have won four EPL matches and draw in one match.
Three teams that are currently risking relegation are Burnley, Newcastle United and Norwich City. These teams have not won any match in the EPL this season.
Norwich has lost their last five EPL matches. They lost 0-3 to Liverpool in their opening EPL match , lost 1-3 to Watford, Lost 1-0 to Arsenal and 1-2 to Leicester City.
Here is how the EPL table could look like in December 2021 at the end of the EPL first leg.
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