Given how a season pans out, 38 games is as good a sample size as any to judge which Premier League teams should be getting excited or nervous.
We’ve taken a look at each club’s last 38 games in the Premier League, which roughly tallies with the calendar year of 2021, to see how they’re all faring. It’s worth noting that this lacks the full-season symmetry of everyone playing each other twice.
Note: we’ve not included teams that were relegated from the Premier League last season or were promoted in the summer, due to not playing 38 games, so Sheffield United, West Brom, Fulham, Brentford, Norwich and Watford all miss out.
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