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    2020/21 Premier League table based on English only goalscorers

    For a bit of fun, we have decided to see how the 2020/21 Premier League table would look based on English only goalscorers.

    The Premier League season is past the mid-way point, and the campaign is shaping up for a thrilling finish, and especially with the title race, with the chase for European football qualification and the relegation battle still leaving everyone guessing with the final ten matches of the season in sight.

    The Transfermrkt website has listed how the Premier League table would currently look if only goals from English players had counted this season, and the outcome is quite an interesting one.

    Here’s a look at how the 20 clubs within the division fare in the shock alternative table:

    20) SHEFFIELD UTD

    Chris Wilder’s side would sit 20th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

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    That would see no position change for the Blades, and giving them a record of 2 wins, 7 draws and 15 defeats.

    Sheffield United’s goals for would be 6 and against at 22, while they would have a total of 13 points.

    English scorers: Billy Sharp (3 in 13), Jayden Bogle (2 in 10), Kean Bryan (1 in 6)

    19) WOLVES

    Nuno Espirito Santo’s side would sit 19th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a drop in 8 places for the Molineux outfit, giving them a record of 0 wins, 13 draws and 11 defeats.

    Wolverhampton Wanderers’ goals for would be 0 and against at 12, while they would have a total of 13 points.

    English scorers: NONE

    18) FULHAM

    Scott Parker’s side would sit 18th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see no drop in places for the Cottagers, giving them a record of 2 wins, 2 draws and 14 defeats.

    Fulham’s goals for would be 5 and against at 13, while they would have a total of 20 points.

    English scorers: Ademola Lookman (4 in 22), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (1 in 19)

    17) LIVERPOOL

    Jurgen Klopp’s side would sit 17th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a drop of 11 places for the Reds, giving them a record of 2 wins, 15 draws and 8 defeats.

    Liverpool’s goals for would be 2 and against at 18, while they would have a total of 21 points.

    English scorers: Jordan Henderson (1 in 21), Trent Alexander-Arnold (1 in 23)

    16) CRYSTAL PALACE

    Roy Hodgson’s side would sit 16th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a drop of 3 places for the Eagles, giving them a record of 4 wins, 9 draws and 12 defeats.

    Crystal Palace’s goals for would be 6 and against at 18, while they would have a total of 21 points.

    English scorers: Eberechi Eze (3 in 23), Scott Dann (1 in 12), Gary Cahill (1 in 10), Andros Townsend (1 in 23)

    15) WEST BROM

    Sam Allardyce’s side would sit 15th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a rise of four places for the Baggies, giving them a record of 4 wins, 11 draws and 10 defeats.

    West Bromwich Albion’s goals for would be 7 and against at 19, while they would have a total of 23 points.

    English scorers: Conor Gallagher (2 in 14), Darnell Furlong (1 in 19), Kyle Bartley (1 in 13), Grady Diangana (1 in 15), Karlan Grant (1 in 13)

    14) BRIGHTON

    Graham Potter’s side would sit 14th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a rise of two places for the Seagulls, giving them a record of 3 wins, 16 draws and 6 defeats.

    Brighton & Hove Albion’s goals for would be 8 and against at 13, while they would have a total of 25 points.

    English scorers: Lewis Dunk (3 in 22), Solly March (2 in 23), Danny Welbeck (2 in 12), Tariq Lamptey (1 in 11)

    13) ARSENAL

    Mikel Arteta’s side would sit 13th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a drop of 3 places for the Gunners, giving them a record of 4 wins, 14 draws and 7 defeats.

    Arsenal’s goals for would be 6 and against at 10, while they would have a total of 26 points.

    English scorers: Bukayo Saka (5 in 19), Eddie Nketiah (1 in 14)

    12) BURNLEY

    Sean Dyche’s side would sit 12th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a rise of three places for the Clarets, giving them a record of 5 wins, 12 draws and 8 defeats.

    Burnley’s goals for would be 9 and against at 12, while they would have a total of 27 points.

    English scorers: Ashley Barnes (3 in 18), Ben Mee (2 in 18), Matthew Lowton (1 in 21), Dwight McNeil (1 in 23), Ashley Westwood (1 in 25), Jay Rodriguez (1 in 20)

    11) NEWCASTLE

    Steve Bruce’s side would sit 11th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a rise of six places for the Magpies, giving them a record of 8 wins, 8 draws and 9 defeats.

    Newcastle United’s goals for would be 14 and against at 9, while they would have a total of 32 points.

    English scorers: Callum Wilson (10 in 19), Jonjo Shelvey (1 in 13), Jacob Murphy (1 in 13), Andy Carroll (1 in 12), Dwight Gayle (1 in 6)

    10) MAN UTD

    Ole Gunnar Solsjaer’s side would sit 10th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a drop of 8 places for the Red Devils, giving them a record of 6 wins, 14 draws and 5 defeats.

    Manchester United’s goals for would be 14 and against at 9, while they would have a total of 32 points.

    English scorers: Marcus Rashford (9 in 25), Aaron Wan-Bissaka (2 in 23), Mason Greenwood (1 in 19), Harry Maguire (2 in 25)

    9) TOTTENHAM

    Jose Mourinho’s side would sit 9th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see no position changes for Spurs, giving them a record of 9 wins, 9 draws and 6 defeats.

    Tottenham Hotspur’s goals for would be 13 and against at 9, while they would have a total of 36 points.

    English scorers: Harry Kane (13 in 22)

    8) ASTON VILLA

    Dean Smith’s side would sit 8th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see no position changes for the Villans, giving them a record of 9 wins, 10 draws and 4 defeats.

    Aston Villa’s goals for would be 24 and against at 15, while they would have a total of 37 points.

    English scorers: Ollie Watkins (10 in 23), Jack Grealish (6 in 22), Ross Barkley (3 in 14), Ezri Konsa (2 in 20), Tyrone Mings (2 in 22), Kortney Hause (1 in 4)

    7) WEST HAM

    David Moyes’s side would sit 7th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a position change of -3 for the Hammers, giving them a record of 9 wins, 12 draws and 4 defeats.

    West Ham United’s goals for would be 19 and against at 12, while they would have a total of 39 points.

    English scorers: Michail Antonio (6 in 16), Jarrod Bowen (5 in 25), Jesse Lingard (3 in 4), Craig Dawson (2 in 10), Declan Rice (1 in 25), Ryan Fredericks (1 in 10), Ben Johnson (1 in 7)

    6) LEEDS

    Marcelo Bielsa’s side would sit 6th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a position change of +6 for the Whites, giving them a record of 10 wins, 9 draws and 5 defeats.

    Leeds United’s goals for would be 17 and against at 8, while they would have a total of 39 points.

    English scorers: Patrick Bamford (12 in 23), Jack Harrison (6 in 23)

    5) CHELSEA

    Thomas Tuchel’s side would sit 5th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see no position change for the Blues, giving them a record of 9 wins, 13 draws and 3 defeats.

    Chelsea’s goals for would be 15 and against at 7, while they would have a total of 40 points.

    English scorers: Tammy Abraham (6 in 18), Mason Mount (3 in 22), Callum Hudson-Odoi (2 in 14), Ben Chilwell (2 in 18), Reece James (1 in 17)

    4) SOUTHAMPTON

    Ralph Hassenhuttl’s side would sit 4th in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a position change of +10 for the Saints, giving them a record of 12 wins, 6 draws and 6 defeats.

    Southampton’s goals for would be 20 and against at 13, while they would have a total of 42 points.

    English scorers: Danny Ings (8 in 19), James Ward-Prowse (5 in 24), Ché Adams (4 in 23), Theo Walcott (2 in 15), Nathan Redmond (1 in 15)

    3) EVERTON

    Carlo Ancelotti’s side would sit 3rd in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a position change of +4 for the Toffees, giving them a record of 11 wins, 9 draws and 4 defeats.

    Everton’s goals for would be 17 and against at 9, while they would have a total of 42 points.

    English scorers: Dominic Calvert-Lewin (18 in 26), Michael Keane (4 in 29), Mason Holgate (1 in 16)

    2) MAN CITY

    Pep Guardiola’s side would sit 2nd in the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a position change of -1 for the Sky Blues, giving them a record of 13 wins, 11 draws and 1 defeats.

    Manchester City’s goals for would be 18 and against at 6, while they would have a total of 50 points.

    English scorers: Raheem Sterling (9 in 23), Phil Foden (6 in 19), John Stones (2 in 15), Kyle Walker (1 in 16).

    1) LEICESTER

    Brendan Rodgers’ side would sit top of the 2020/21 Premier League table if it was based on English only goalscorers.

    That would see a position change of +2 for the Foxes, giving them a record of 15 wins, 6 draws and 4 defeats.

    Leicester City’s goals for would be 31 and against at 9, while they would have a total of 51 points.

    English scorers: Jamie Vardy (12 in 21), Harvey Barnes (9 in 24), James Maddison (8 in 23), James Justin (2 in 23).



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