An interesting new set of statistics have been produced by the Manchester Evening News on Monday exploring the actual cost season ticket holders are paying for every home goal of their team this season.
The exercise takes into account the average individual season ticket prices for each of the Premier League teams, and divides that figure against the number of home goals each team has scored in front of their own supporters.
Interestingly, the worst value for money is found at North London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal.
Tottenham fans are paying the highest premium in the Premier League with every goal scored at White Hart Lane coming at a cost for season ticket holders at £40.26.
Arsenal fans are the second most ripped off supporters in the league, paying £33.97 for every Gunners home goal.
At the other end of the scale, the best value for money in the English top flight is found at the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City fans pay just £5.75 for every home goal.
Also giving good value to season ticket holders this season are Chelsea and LIverpool, with the Blues fans paying £14.17 for every home goal while the Reds pay £14.79.
See the full graph showing how much fans from Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool and Man City are paying below, together with other interesting season ticket data from around the Premier League.