Head-to-head statistics of the Premier League’s ‘big six’ in the 2021/2022 season

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As the major big six all play 38 Premier League games each season, games versus their direct opponents can be crucial.

Given that Leicester City and West Ham finished in the European spots last season, the concept of ‘the big six’ is still up for question. It wouldn’t be surprising if David Moyes’ Hammers upset the applecart again in May.

Still, when it comes to resources and salary bills, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur dwarf the rest of the competition – not to mention how their clashes are pumped up by the broadcasters.

But who has won the most high-profile matches thus far this season?

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are still winless against potential championship contenders, but Liverpool has drawn more often than they have won.

Chelsea and United have had mixed results against the old guard this season, while Arsenal and Tottenham have both struggled to show up for the big game.

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Manchester City – 20 points.

10 games have been played.
6 victories
2 drawn
2 defeats

22 objectives
9 goals against
+13 goal difference

Liverpool – 14 points

9 games have been played.
4 victories
5 drawn
Defeat: 0

24 objectives
9 goals against
+15 goal difference

Chelsea – 12 points

9 games have been played.
3 victories
3 drawn
3 defeats

13 objectives
10 goals against
+3 goal difference

Manchester United – 10 points.

8 games have been played.
3 victories
1 drawn
Defeat: 4

11 objectives
20 goals against
-9 goal difference

Tottenham Hotspur – 7 points

8 games have been played.
2 won,
1 drawn
5 games were lost.

9 goals against
Goals conceded: 18
-9 goal difference

Arsenal – 6 points

Played: 8
Won: 2
Drawn: 0
Lost: 6

Goals for: 10
21 goals against
Goal difference: -11

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