Chelsea are knocked off the top of the table, while Manchester United are not even in the top 10 in our Power Rankings.
Antonio Conte’s men may well be within touching distance of winning the Premier League title but in our table they have been knocked off top spot by Tottenham.
Liverpool have climbed back above Everton into third spot, while Arsenal are only seventh despite seeing off West Ham at The Emirates.
Manchester United’s failings at Old Trafford have seen them slip below Bournemouth, Watford and Crystal Palace and into 11th place.
At the bottom we have Middlesbrough propping up the rest with Sunderland 19th.
In Power Rankings, we award points from 0.5 to 7, decided by an algorithm based on bookmaker odds and winning margins.
It rewards teams scoring lots of goals and also those defying expectations but sees odds-on favourites penalised for sneaking past inferior opponents by the odd goal.
Hull – 4pts: Fantastic back-to-back wins.
Watford – 4pts: Walter Mazzarri sack talk confined to the rubbish bin.
Arsenal – 3.5pts: Confidence has returned, according to Wenger.
Burnley – 3pts: Fortunate to earn the points against Stoke.
Tottenham – 3pts: Amazing late turnaround puts Spurs top of our pile.
Southampton – 3pts: 25 shots and deserved their win over Palace.
Chelsea – 3pts: Dug in for three vital points.
Leicester – 2.5pts: Cannot stop winning.
Everton – 1.5pts: Well-deserved point at Old Trafford.
Bournemouth – 1.5pts: Fantastic start and finish at Anfield.
Man Utd – 0.5pt: Another damp squib at the Theatre of Dreams.
Liverpool – 0.25pts: Klopp felt sick after late Bournemouth goal denied them three points.
|Team||Power Rankings Points||Official Points|
|5. Man City||51.75||58|
|6. West Brom||51.5||44|
|10. Crystal Palace||42.5||31|
|11. Man Utd||42.25||54|
|17. West Ham||38||33|