STOKE ON TRENT, ENGLAND - AUGUST 09:  Philippe Coutinho of Liverpool (10) celebrates with team mates James Milner, Martin Skrtel, Emre Can and Roberto Firmino of Liverpool as he scores their first goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Stoke City and Liverpool at Brittania Stadium on August 9, 2015 in Stoke on Trent, England.  (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

By Michael Wade. LAST UPDATED February 27th, 2016

Liverpool's away form makes them a top 4 team

A look at the Premier League's best teams on the road



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A look at Premier League away form this season doesn’t show a dramatic difference in the table – with one or two exceptions.

Leicester, Tottenham and Arsenal remain the top three sides, but Liverpool make a giant leap from eighth all the way into fourth place highlighting just how much their struggles at home have affected them this season.

In 12 games at Anfield the Reds have only won four times but on the road they boast a record of six wins and three draws from 14 games.

It is the opposite for Manchester City and Manchester United who fall from fourth and fifth place in the actual table to seventh and eighth in terms of away form with City earning nine more points away from home than at the Etihad to date.


West Ham and Everton are the two sides to profit – the Hammers jumping from seventh in the actual table to fifth and the Toffees from 11th to fifth.

Down the bottom it is almost a case of as you are with Aston Villa, Newcastle and Sunderland making up the bottom three with Norwich and Swansea just above them.

But Chelsea drop three places from 12th in the actual table to 15th in terms of their away form after taking just 13 points on the road compared with 20 points when playing at Stamford Bridge.