Liverpool’s home contingent very strong…
The table shown below, created by the Daily Mirror, represents how the table would look if only goals scored by English players counted.
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With the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Steven Gerrard, Jordan Henderson, Rickie Lambert and Raheem Sterling all chipping in for the Anfield side, we are well clear at the top.
Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal make up the Champions League places, while Charlie Austin’s fine form means Queens Park Rangers have gone from relegation battlers to fifth place.
Chelsea and Manchester City are both struggling, with the latter five points better off than the Blues in tenth place.
Meanwhile, there is little change at the bottom, with Hull City, Leicester City and Aston Villa making up the relegation zone.