Liverpool - Table Premier League 21/22
Liverpool F.C. is currently at position 2 in the table for Premier League 21/22 which can be considered as brilliant. Liverpool has played 30 games in Premier League 21/22 and during these games they have collected 72 points. This is a table position that Jürgen Klopp, the coach of Liverpool, should be very happy about. This means that Liverpool has managed to collect 2.40 points per match in average in Premier League during the 22/23 season.
Liverpool - Home Table Premier League
Liverpool F.C. has played 15 games at home in Premier League 21/22 and Liverpool are in position 1 in the table in terms of games played at home. It is 1 positions better than their current position (2) in the total table in Premier League, a result that may be considered as decent for Liverpool. The goal difference for games at home in Premier League for Liverpool F.C. is +32 since they have scored 39 goals and conceded 7 goals in their games at home.
Liverpool - Away Table Premier League
Liverpool F.C. has played 15 away games in Premier League and Liverpool are in position 2 in the away table for the 22/23 season. It is 0 positions better than their current position (2) in the total table in Premier League, a result that may be considered as great for Liverpool. The goal difference for away games in Premier League for Liverpool F.C. is +25 since they have scored 38 goals and conceded 13 goals in their away games.
Liverpool F.C. - Position in the table
During the 22/23 season Liverpool has played a total of 30 games in Premier League and won 22 games, lost 2 games and 6 games has ended as a draw. These statistics gives Liverpool a win percentage of 73.3% which should be considered as outstanding. Having 73.3% win percentage is pretty usual for a team at position 2 in Premier League 21/22.
Liverpool F.C. - Goal average Premier League 21/22
Liverpool have scored 77 goals in 30 games in Premier League 21/22 while they have conceded 20 goals. Liverpool have a goal average of scored goals per game and concede goals per game. This gives Liverpool a goal difference of +57 goals, which is considered to be pretty great.