The Premier League has entered the November international break now with teams having currently played 11 games so far.
Liverpool lead the table. Jurgen Klopp’s side have won eight of their 11 matches so far, losing just once.
Chelsea sit in second on 25 points, and are now on a run of five clean sheets in succession.
Manchester City and Arsenal follow closely behind in third and fourth on 24 points, with Tottenham and Manchester United battling to break into the Champions League slots.
Sunderland are rooted to the bottom of the table. They have had the worst start to a Premier League season in history, yet are only behind Swansea on goal difference. Both sides sit on five points.