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Mind-blowing stats show how close Chelsea and Liverpool are this so far season as EVERY result has been the same


CHELSEA and Liverpool both want to win this season’s Premier League title – and they’ve enjoyed IDENTICAL results so far.

The European heavyweights have both picked up 13 points, scored 12 goals and conceded just one to sit level at the top of the table.

Here’s how the Premier League table looks after five games

The Blues and the Reds have recorded the same result as one another in each of their first five Premier League fixtures this term.

Chelsea’s domestic campaign started with a 3-0 home triumph against Crystal Palace, while Liverpool won at Norwich by the same scoreline.

Thomas Tuchel’s side then defeated Arsenal 2-0 at the Emirates, 24 hours after Jurgen Klopp’s team recorded a 2-0 home victory against Burnley.

In the third round of Prem fixtures, Liverpool and Chelsea shared a 1-1 draw at Anfield thanks to goals from Kai Havertz and Mohamed Salah.

The European champions then hit three against Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge, while the Merseyside club did the same to Leeds at Elland Road.

And on Saturday, Liverpool thrashed Palace 3-0 at Anfield before Chelsea recorded the same result against Tottenham a day later.


Fans on social media have been stunned by the incredible stat, with one tweeting: “How is this even possible?”

While another asked: “Why are Chelsea top of the table when their stats are exactly the same as Liverpool’s?”

Chelsea are currently top of the table for alphabetical reasons, although they couldn’t win Premier League title on that technicality.

If there’s still nothing to separate the teams at the end of the season, a one-off game would be needed to settle their final positions.

Adding further confusion to the mix is Manchester United, who also have 13 points after winning four and drawing one of their opening five games.

The Red Devils are the league’s top scorers with 13 but have conceded four, placing them behind Chelsea and Liverpool on goal difference.

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