Eddie Howe

21 Feb 19
talkSPORT
No one likes being average but in some cases it can be extremely beneficial, especially in the Premier League. Currently, eight top-flight teams are performing below-par compared to their previous outings in the division. Wolverhampton Wanderers players celebrate scoring this season. This means we’re seeing managers like Unai Emery and Maurizio Sarri under pressure to get their respective Arsenal and Chelsea teams back in the top four, while Jose Mourinho has already been sacked this season for Manchester United’s poor early season performances. Other sides are performing far better than their mean Premier League standing, including Wolverhampton Wanderers who currently sit seventh when their previous highest spot was 15th. But what is every club’s average Premier League position and how does it compare to their current standing? Find out below. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Arsenal – Average Premier League position = 3.6 Current position = 5th Arsenal won the Premier League title in 2004 without losing a game Bournemouth – Average Premier League position = 12.3 Current position = 11th The Cherries’ progress under Eddie Howe has been excellent Brighton and Hove Albion – Average Premier League position = 15 Current position = 14th Brighton are into their second Premier League season Burnley – Average Premier League position = 15 Current position = 15th Sean Dyche guided Burnley to their highest ever Premier League finish last season to qualify for European football last season Cardiff City – Average Premier League position = 20 Current position = 17th Neil Warnock will help improved this average if he avoids relegation with the Bluebirds this campaign Chelsea – Average Premier League position = 4.5 Current position = 6th John Terry left Chelsea after winning his fifth league title in 2016/17 Crystal Palace – Average Premier League position = 13.6 Current position = 13th Eagles fans will be hoping to progress after some mid-table mediocrity Everton – Average Premier League position = 10.32 Current position = 9th David Moyes once got the Toffees to a fourth placed finish Fulham – Average Premier League position = 12.38 Current position = 19th Fulham had some brilliant moments during their previous spell in the Premier League Huddersfield Town – Average Premier League position = 16 Current position = 20th Former boss David Wagner performed a miracle to keep the Terriers up last term but has since been sacked Leicester City – Average Premier League position = 11.6 Current position = 12th Foxes stars and manager Claudio Ranieri celebrate winning the title in 2015/16 Liverpool – Average Premier League position = 4.72 Current position = 2nd Jurgen Klopp is aiming for a third consecutive top four finish Manchester City – Average Premier League position = 9 Current position = 1st Manchester City won their third Premier League title last term Manchester United – Average Premier League position = 2.16 Current position = 4th Manchester United have won more Premier League titles than any other team Newcastle United – Average Premier League position = 9.68 Current position = 16th Can Benitez keep Newcastle United in the Premier League this term? Southampton – Average Premier League position = 12.61 Current position = 18th Ralph Hasenhuttl is trying to keep the Saints in the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur – Average Premier League position = 8 Current position = 3rd Spurs finished second in 2016/17 – their highest position since 1963 Watford – Average Premier League position = 16.8 Current position = 8th Javi Gracia has spent more than a year in charge of the Hornets and is bringing stability West Ham United – Average Premier League position = 11.71 Current position = 10th West Ham look like they’re making some progress under Manuel Pellegrini Wolverhampton Wanderers – Average Premier League position = 18 Current position = 7th Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo continues to impress and is set to land the club their highest ever Premier League finish this campaign
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