We’re over halfway through the 2021-22 Premier League season, and the table seems to have taken shape – but can any clubs feel lucky or hard done by?
Manchester City and Liverpool have started to pull away from the rest of the chasing pack, but have their results reflected the quality of their performances?
Meanwhile, sides like Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham have had their struggles this season in terms of results, but what about the underlying performances?
See the full tables for Expected Goals, Expected Goals Against and Expected Points here.
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