Premier League power rankings heading into Matchweek 4

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Leeds United’s Argentinian head coach Marcelo Bielsa gestures during the English Premier League football match between Leeds United and Fulham at Elland Road in Leeds, northern England on September 19, 2020. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / POOL / AFP)

The Premier League is, hands down, the most unpredictable football leagues in the world.

After three weeks of action the Premier League table looks like a screenshot one would take in FIFA career mode. Everton, Aston Villa, and Crystal Palace in the top six?

Leeds United sitting above both Tottenham and Chelsea? Manchester City, Manchester United, and Wolverhampton in the bottom half?

Yes, it is still early in the season, but the first three weeks of action have been a rollercoaster of entertainment. That being said, let’s dive in and analyze where every team lands in the top flight power rankings ahead of matchweek four.

20. Fulham

Fulham are in the league basement with zero points as a result of conceding ten goals in three games. They have had some positive moments in the final third, but their defending has been atrocious, and that is the key ingredient for relegation.

19. Sheffield United

The Blades went from last season’s dark horse to being in a dark place this term. Sheffield United are one of three teams yet to register a point in the 2020-21 campaign, but they are the only team that have not found the back of the net. Unlike Fulham, though, their defense has only conceded four goals.

18. Burnley

Joining the party of zero points to start the season is Burnley. Sean Dyche’s men have only played two games, but they have not impressed in either performance so far.

They were hit with four goals on opening day, and were shut out at home the following week. Burnley should gradually climb this list, but their lack of transfer activity is holding them back at the moment.

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