Premier League Stats: Profit and Loss
This season’s Premier League campaign is shaping up to be a cracker and after six matches we’ve decided to take a look at the profit and loss data. The tables below show how much each side would have returned had you backed them to win each game with a £10 stake. Liverpool currently sit first in the league standings but it’s Aston Villa who have been the most profitable so far in the 2021/2022 campaign.
Top Three most profitable Premier League Teams
Aston Villa: +£61.20
Dean Smith’s Aston Villa have won three matches so far this season and currently find themselves eighth in the overall standings. Victories over Newcastle (5/6) and Everton (5/4) have ensured points on the board, however their 1-0 win at Old Trafford in Gameweek 6 will surely be one of the upsets of the season. Villa were priced at 7/1 to take all three points from Manchester United, which is the biggest priced win of the season so far.
It’s been a rollercoaster start to the season for Spurs, with Nuno Espirito Santo winning his first three league games in charge of his new side and claiming a manager of the month award. Since then the Lilywhites have lost three on the bounce, conceding three goals in each of those, with the most recent coming against Arsenal in a humiliating defeat in the North London Derby. Spurs currently sit second in the profitability table which is very much down to their opening weekend victory over Manchester City which was available at 5/1.
Brighton had the chance to go top of the Premier League table on Monday evening as they took on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. A last minute Neal Maupay goal rescued a point for the visitors in what has been a fantastic start to the campaign with 13 points from a possible 18. The Seagulls are yet to take on a ‘big-six’ side this season but wins over Burnley (6/4), Watford (7/10), Brentford (13/8), and Leicester (6/4), see them rank in the top three most profitable sides so far this term.
The Least Profitable Premier League Teams
Leeds, Burnley, Newcastle, Southampton, Norwich: -£60
It’s been a slow start for numerous teams in the Premier League this season. Southampton’s defeat to Wolves on Sunday means that five different sides are yet to record a win in the league this season, leaving them all with a profit and loss figure of -£60. This is only the second top-flight campaign to see as many winless sides after six matches, after 1964-65.
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