Thought I'd throw this up given we are now past the halfway point of this 2018/19 EPL season.
So far it's been a fantastic season for the boys from the red side of Merseyside. Liverpool have been an unbeatable juggernaut so far this season. After 20 matches they have 17 wins and three draws. As a Liverpool fan it's been a wild ride so far. But, as Jurgen Klopp says, there are still 18 games to go, we've only done half the job, we can celebrate when we have won the League.
United had a shocking start to the season with the Special One in Jose Mourinho being sacked before the midway point.
Arsenal have had a good bounce back under new manager Unai Emery following the departure of long term mentor Arsene Wenger at the end of last season.
Manchester City remain one of the forces in the league despite a couple of recent losses. They have scored the most goals of any side this season and will continue to challenge Liverpool as the season goes on. Speaking of which, the two sides clash on Friday morning with managers Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola continuing their rivalry that was borne during their Bundesliga days.
Tottenham are still putting pressure on at the top of the table. Their only concern being the persistent rumour that Manchester United are sounding out manager Mauricio Pochettino to move from North London to Old Trafford.
Meanwhile at the bottom of the table, long term Premier League club, Southampton is sitting around the relegation zone and are in danger of dropping down for the first time since 2012. Aaron Mooy's Huddersfield also faces relegation just over a season following their promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history while Fulham face relegation after only just returning to the EPL.