Liverpool has the best record of all Premier League clubs after the international break
REVEALED: Liverpool have been closely following the best record of any Premier League side after the international break with Man City… but Newcastle’s Saudi owners will be worried to hear their new team is at the bottom of the pile!
- Premier League teams await return from international break this week
- Liverpool had the best record in resuming Premier League service, statistics show
- Man City were not far behind, with Chelsea and United also close to the top
- Spurs and Arsenal fared slightly worse, with Brighton and Newcastle at the bottom
Liverpool have the strongest record of all Premier League teams as they return to domestic action from the international break, the statistics show.
The top teams are once again gearing up for weekly matches after appearing for their country in World Cup qualifiers and Nations League matches over the past two weeks, with fans excited to get caught up in some of the biggest clashes between the top teams after a short hiatus.
Some teams may find it difficult to regain their rhythm after the break, with international matches potentially causing injury issues and the possibility of players returning tired. A lack of team depth will also hurt teams, but Liverpool have shown they have no problem getting back into line.
Liverpool have the strongest record in the Premier League after the international break
Manchester City were second best, shared 80 per cent win rate with Liverpool, but lost more
The Reds lead the standings for the best record after players return from international service, with an 80 percent win rate – including 10 wins, two draws and zero losses in numbers since the 2018-19 season, provided by betting expert.
Liverpool face a trip to Watford on Saturday to take on the struggling Hornets, in a match that will be Claudio Ranieri’s first game in charge, and they will cherish their chances of never defeating in ten games after the break. have suffered.
Coach Jurgen Klopp always keeps his players in pristine condition and has clearly shown that he makes sure they come back and get back in the best shape possible. His rival Pep Guardiola has the second best record after the international break – also with an 80 per cent win rate at Manchester City.
Jurgen Klopp keeps his Liverpool stars in top condition – which could explain their superiority
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However, the reigning Premier League champions have lost two more games and thus have 24 points in the same period – two less than the Reds.
The next best challengers from Liverpool and City were Chelsea and Manchester United – both with a 60 per cent win rate. Chelsea head to Brentford in form this weekend, while United travel to Leicester City, whose win rate after the international break is just 30 percent, including six defeats.
The two teams had both won six games, although United fared slightly better than the Blues, with three draws and just one loss compared to Chelsea’s one draw and three defeats – putting them at 19 points over the ten games.
Tottenham and Arsenal both had much weaker records of 40 per cent on return
North London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal are not the fastest starters after Premier League action resumes. The two teams only had a 40 percent success rate as they returned from the break with an identical record of four wins, three draws and three losses.
That was surpassed by Wolves and Everton, who had win rates of 50 percent.
The teams that should be concerned about this series of matches are Crystal Palace, Burnley, Brighton and Newcastle.
Newcastle was the bottom of the pile, with just two wins and seven losses
Their track record will be a concern for the club’s new Saudi Arabian-led owners, who will look on with anticipation as their side takes on Tottenham this weekend.
All four of those clubs had a 20 per cent win rate, except for Brighton – whose record stood at just 10 per cent. However, the Seagulls were not at the bottom of the standings. That unwanted award went to Newcastle, which ends up seven points below them thanks to goal difference.
The Magpies, who have just been acquired in a £300m deal by Saudi Arabia-led group PIF – making them one of the richest teams in the world – will take on Tottenham this weekend in the first game of their tenure. their new owners.
But the new board may be concerned to learn that their side has won just two games since 2018-19 after the international break, with one draw and seven defeats.
The game against Spurs will bring a cheering atmosphere to St James’ Park, as fans speak out about the new acquisition and departure of previous owner Mike Ashley, and the team will be eager to put on a show despite that bleak record.