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Mid-table mediocrity for Moyes


Filed: Friday, 11th May 2018
By: Staff Writer


West Ham would have finished a comfortable 12th in the Premier League had the season started in November, when David Moyes succeeded Slaven Bilic.

Since Moyes replaced the outgoing Croat at the beginning of November, after 11 rounds of fixtures, the Hammers have taken 30 points from 26 matches - enough to see them comfortably mid-table when only considering League fixtures to have taken place since.

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Moyes' West Ham have taken three points more than Rafa Benitez - who has been touted as a possible successor - at Newcastle, and just five points less than Sean Dyche's much-vaunted Burnley team, who ended the season in seventh and qualified for Europe.

The full November to May table, with one round of Premier League matches left to play this weekend, looks as follows.


Premier League, November to May only
Accounting for 26 rounds of Premier League fixtures.

1. Man City 66pts
2. Man Utd 55pts
3. Liverpool 53pts
4. Tottenham 51pts
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5. Chelsea 48pts
6. Arsenal 41pts
7. Everton 38pts
8. Crystal Palace 37pts
9. Burnley 35pts
10. Leicester 34pts
11. Bournemouth 31pts
12. West Ham Utd 30pts
13. Newcastle 27pts
14. Watford 26pts
15. Brighton 25pts
16. Swansea 25pts
17. Southampton 23pts
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18.Huddersfield 22pts
19. West Brom 21pts
20. Stoke 18pts





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