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The Premier League: Where anyone can beat anyone! [Quality Graphic!]
After 10 games played by all but four teams in the Premier League, the graphic above is a rather good advert for England’s top division.
It will no doubt inspire debate so here is our take on what this graphic means.
Of all Europe’s top leagues, the Premier League is the most competitive but the likes of Spain, Germany, France and Italy all look likely to have very exciting title races.
It should also be pointed out that the bottom teams in the Premier League are looking seriously weak with Crystal Palace and Sunderland already adrift.
(Had Palace not beaten Sunderland at Selhurst Park, this graphic would not work at all.)
Additionally, in the big scheme of things whilst the top six in England look strong it is difficult to see an English side winning the Champions League with the top two in Spain and Germany still the favourites.
This also proves that the Premier League 2013/2014 is a wide open league and if Arsenal can keep their heads, the Gunners could well finally secure some silverware.
- Updated: November 3, 2013