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Standings

Barclays Premier League 2014/2015
TotalHomeAway
RnkTeamMPWDLGFGAMPWDLGFGAMPWDLGFGA+/-Pts
1 Chelsea54101672200623210105913
2 Southampton531193211040320153610
3 Aston Villa531144311124220020010
4 Arsenal523010621104331206349
5 Swansea City53028632014121014529
6 Manchester City52218531114321104238
7 Leicester City52219831208621011218
8 West Ham United52129831024521105317
9 Tottenham Hotspur52127631024421103217
10 Hull City51317720203331114406
11 Liverpool520378210122310256-16
12 Manchester United51229821015230214615
13 Stoke City512245200202312043-15
14 Everton512211133012711211042-25
15 Crystal Palace5122810201113311177-25
16 West Bromwich Albion512237201124311113-45
17 Sunderland504156202033302123-14
18 Queens Park Rangers5113311311133200208-84
19 Burnley503214302113201101-33
20 Newcastle United5032511302157201104-63

Comments

(Total comments 4)
Latest Comments:
Liverpool
Southampton
poopelee
21/08/2014 at 12:35
poopelee (Thailand)
Kop good
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Southampton
Manchester United
Eilayvanek7
09/06/2014 at 20:47
Eilayvanek7 (Israel)
Man U need to buy a strong man to hold the defense .
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Southampton
Liverpool
suarezisepic
18/04/2014 at 09:15
suarezisepic (United Kingdom)
liverpool will be and always have been THE team in the premier we are the bed come on liverrpool win it for us beat norwich and we have a very big chance
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Tottenham Hotspur
Southampton
Yiddo1721
26/03/2014 at 11:58
Yiddo1721 (United Kingdom)
1st half was poor by us but 2nd half we was like a different team; we never let Southampton out their half. Lucky to score the winner as looked like it would be a draw but who cares - COYS!!
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Photos

  • Swansea City`s Ivorian striker Wilfried Bony (L) heads the ball
  • Wilfried Bony of Swansea City walks off after being sent off
  • Graziano Pelle of Southampton volleys challenged by Federico Fernandez of Swansea City
  • Gylfi Sigurdsson of Swansea (l) shoots at goal despite the challenge from Jose Fonte
  • Shane Long of Southampton is tackled by Neil Taylor of Swansea City
  • Swansea City's English manager Garry Monk arrives