Chelsea football club are currently leading the English premier league table after playing seven matches.
Up to now the Blues have collected 16 points and have goal difference of +12. They blues defeated 3-1 Southampton in their premier league clash on Saturday.
Liverpool are in the Second place with 15 points having drawn with Manchester City on Sunday 3rd October.
Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah netted for Liverpool as Phil Foden and Kevin De bryne scored for the Cityzens. The results left Manchester City in the third place with 14 points.
Manchester United closes the top four with a total of 14 points.
Liverpool is the only undefeated team in the English premier league.
Burnley FC, Newcastle United and Norwich City are in struggling in the relegation zone with Norwich having only a point.
Mohamed Salah and Jamie Vardy are leading the scorers table with each having scored six goals. Salah has assisted three goals while Vardy has provided an assist.
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