2016/17 Premier League table based off website visits

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So for the third year, we have crunched the numbers and worked out who would have won the premier league if instead of the performance on the pitch, the traffic to each of the official websites. Each team gets 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points if they lose. The previous two years result can be found here 2015/16 Table and 2014/2015 Premier League Table. Two seasons years ago Hull City we’re relegated and while they have managed to come back into the league this season, they didn’t survive again both football wise and…
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2015/2016 Premier League Table

2015/2016 Premier League Table

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The Premier League Table So this is the second year of analysing the data and working out where each premier league team would finish if points we’re awarded simply on how much visitors each official website received rather than how well the team did on the pitch. Last year’s table can be found here if interested. You can see it here. Like last year each game is analysed and the website traffic of each club for that week is compared to its opponent, with the winning site taking all three points. In the event of two websites getting the equal…
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How the Premier League table would have finished if points were based on visits to each clubs website.

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Arsenal would have been crowned champions of England in May had points been awarded for visitors to the club’s official website rather than how they performed on the pitch. Liverpool would be runners-up on the same number of points but, over the season, Arsenal fans visited their site nearly 900,000 times more than did Liverpool’s. Even if we had formulated the table based on the total number of visitors the top 6 positions wouldn’t have changed. Ironically, Liverpool won away at Arsenal but then lost at home to the Gunners. Had Liverpool managed their home game against Arsenal they would…
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