Round six of the English Premier League is fast approaching but before then let us have a look at the table standings. With only 5 matches played by each team, only three clubs are yet to taste defeat and they are Chelsea FC, Liverpool and Manchester United who both sit first, second and third respectively on the table. They both have the same points but Goa difference is what brings the difference.
Actually Chelsea and Liverpool have had absolutely similar results in all their five matches and the only match that saw them drop points was when they played each other in a match that ended in draw of 1-1; it is therefore more precise to say that they tie on top of the table. Manchester United despite having equal points with Liverpool and Chelsea, they have conceded a total of four goals.
Brighton and Hove Albion sit fourth as Manchester City and Everton makes the top six. Newcastle, Burnley and Norwich City who are yet to grab a point this season sit on the relegation zone. Here's the table standings:
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