Premier League Table Based on Away Form – Arsenal Surprisingly High, But Liverpool In Bottom Half

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Bottom side have managed a quite spectacular zero points on the road this season.

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On the back of QPR’s 3-1 defeat to Everton at Goodison Park, the Daily Mail have constructed a table of each Premier League side’s away form this season.

There are some surprising positions and if a few Premier League managers saw this there might be alarm bells ringing.

Here are the results from the team with the best away form to the worst:

Manchester City – 20 points

Manchester City Roma Samir Nasri

With six wins, two draws and just one defeat on their travels this season, City have the best away form.

Their great run of recent form, including three away wins on the bounce, have seen them catapult themselves back into the title race to be just three points behind leaders Chelsea.

Chelsea – 15 points

Chelsea Diego Costa Cesc Fabregas Goal

Chelsea’s seemingly unstoppable title charge suffered a minor dent in their first defeat of the season away at Newcastle United.

However, Jose Mourinho will hardly care for City have the greater away form as the Blues have already visited the likes of Everton, Manchester United, City and Liverpool relatively unscathed whilst Manuel Pellegrini’s side still have some difficult away day fixtures.

Tottenham Hotspur – 14 points

Christian Eriksen Tottenham

Spurs home form, rather than their away, has been the reason the North London side only find themselves seventh in the league, at the moment.

With three of their last four away fixtures seeing Spurs grab a winner after the 89th minutes, if they can sort their home form you wouldn’t put it past them to make a top four charge in the new year.

West Ham United – 12 points

Andy Carroll West Ham

West Ham’s draw at Sunderland on the weekend might have clipped their wings slightly after such scintillating form this season, but three away wins and three draws on the road show how resilient the Hammers have been and what a thorn they might prove to be in a few top four prospective sides.

Arsenal – 11 points


The Gunners have enjoyed some good away performances against some resilient opposition such as West Bromwich Albion, Sunderland and Everton but have littered this with inexplicably poor ones.

Will have to do better against Premier league’s bottom sides if they want to continue their Champions League qualification streak.

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