Deja Vu Season For Arsenal? I think so. Manchester United To Win It


Well, it certainly seems like a case of Deja Vu For Arsenal, especially looking at last year’s table, in almost an identical copy of what’s happening this year (except that Chelsea are also in front) Arsenal just don’t have the steam to win the Premier League.

Premier League 2009-2010 Table After 30 Games

Rank Team Pld Goals GD W D L Last matches Pts
1. Chelsea Chelsea 30 74:27 +47 21 4 5 L W L W W 67
2. Manchester United Manchester United 30 70:24 +46 21 3 6 D L W W W 66
3. Arsenal Arsenal 30 71:33 +38 20 4 6 W W W W W 64

Premier League 2009-2010 End Of Season Table

Rank Team Pld Goals GD W D L Last matches Pts
1. Chelsea Chelsea 38 103:32 +71 27 5 6 W L W W W 86
2. Manchester United Manchester United 38 86:28 +58 27 4 7 D W W W W 85
3. Arsenal Arsenal 38 83:41 +42 23 6 9 L L D L W 75

This year’s current table

Rank Team Pld Goals GD W D L Last matches Pts
1. Manchester United Manchester United 31 68:32 +36 19 9 3 W W L W W 66
2. Arsenal Arsenal 30 59:29 +30 17 8 5 D W D D D 59

The fact is that Arsenal have an even bigger mountain to climb compared to last year, well, by one point, but comment below and tell us whether we have enlightened you guys and tell us what you think about this year’s title race.

Disclaimer: I’m not saying that Manchester United will definitely win the BPL this season, the title race has been excruciating close, from Chelsea’s apparently ‘unassailable’ lead early on to Arsenal’s short period at the top. It’s just going to be hard for Arsenal to catch up.

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