Man City lose second match
Manchester City lost only their second match this season when they lost 3-nil to Tottenham Hotspurs at White Hart Lane in round 17 of the English Premiership.
Before this match Man City had only lost once and that was the loss at Old Trafford. The result leaves the team in eighth position on the ladder.
City is still the team with the least number of losses but what pushes the team down the ladder is the fact that it is also the team with the highest number of draws. City has drawn eight matches so far.
Arsenal regained third position on goal difference after a draw against Burnley. Burnley has the fifth best home record in the league at the moment and has lost just once at home.
There was no change at the top after both Chelsea and Manchester United won their matches against Portsmouth and Wolverhampton Wanderers respectively.
However, there was change at the bottom with Bolton moving out of the relegation following a win over fellow strugglers West Ham.
In round 16 only one home team won but in round 16 six home teams won in the last two days. So this time I will take a look at the home form table that only considers home matches and after the next round I will take a look at the away form table.
Here it is:
As pointed out already Burnley has one of the best home records as shown in this table.
Man City and Chelsea are still to lose at home and Blackburn Rovers.