Premier League table: Leicester, Liverpool, Everton top EPL table with 9 points each

Premier League table: Leicester, Liverpool, Everton top EPL table with 9 points each

- Premier League table has begun to take shape just after three matches so far

- Liverpool, Everton and Leicester are the only teams with a 100% record after matchday three

- Fulham round off the table at the bottom after three straight defeats

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The English Premier League table makes for interesting viewing after the latest round of fixtures, with Leicester City sitting comfortably at the top.

The Foxes are sitting atop of the log with nine points after their impressive triumph over Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium over the weekend.

They are on the same points with defending champions, Liverpool and Everton - the remaining two teams who are yet to drop points so far this new campaign.

Carlo Ancelotti's men have surprised everyone with victories over Tottenham, West Bromwich Albion and Crystal Palace.

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Meanwhile, Liverpool had a shaky start as they needed a last-minute goal to outshine newly-promoted Leeds United in their opening match.

The EPL standings after Arsenal’s 100% record halted by Liverpool
Premier League table: Aston Villa are sitting pretty in fourth place in the standings. Photo: BBC
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They also defeated Chelsea and Arsenal in their second and third games respectively but are looking ready to defend their title all the way.

Their comeback win against Arsenal on Monday, September 28, ensured Jurgen Klopp’s men are the early pacesetters in yet another season.

Aston Villa, who narrowly survived relegation last season, are also showing some early promise this campaign as they look to secure their Premier League status as early as possible.

Villa sit fourth on the log after winning their first two games and have a game in hand.

The likes of Manchester City and Manchester United are languishing at the bottom half of the standings, sitting in 13th and 14th place respectively, with three points, although they have only played two games.

Defeat to Liverpool slumped Arsenal to fifth in the log, although Arteta’s men will look to bounce back when they take on Sheffield United on Sunday, October 4.

The likes of Burnley, Sheffield United and Fulham are currently the only sides yet to pick up points this season and they all sit in the relegation places.

The EPL standings after Arsenal’s 100% record halted by Liverpool
Both Manchester sides are in the bottom half of the log after their first two games. Photo: BBC
Source: UGC

Wolverhampton Wanderers are still trying to find their footing in the league this season after losing their star man, Diogo Jota to Liverpool and after only one win this season, they find themselves in 16th place. earlier reported that Liverpool have been favoured to retain their Premier League title for the 2020/21 season according to Bookies who rated Jurgen Klopp and his wards higher than other teams.

The Reds have started their campaign this season in the Premier League on an impressive note winning their first two games which is an incredible one.

Klopp and his men will face a big task on Monday night, September 28, as they will face Arsenal in their third game of the season.

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