Arsenal are still firmly on top of the yellow card table picking up more cards than any other side while needing to fewest fouls to get booked.

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 21: Match Referee Mike Dean shows the Yellow card during the Premier League match between Sheffield United and Arsenal FC at Bramall Lane on October 21, 2019 in Sheffield, United Kingdom. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)
SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 21: Match Referee Mike Dean shows the Yellow card during the Premier League match between Sheffield United and Arsenal FC at Bramall Lane on October 21, 2019 in Sheffield, United Kingdom. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Liverpool had been hovering just above the bottom but took Leicester’s place after last weekend’s round of games.

Here is the updated table ahead of this week’s matches:

games fouls yellow FPY YPG
Arsenal 9 92 26 3.54 2.9
Tottenham 9 95 21 4.52 2.3
Everton 9 109 21 5.19 2.3
Newcastle 9 82 20 4.10 2.2
Chelsea 9 85 20 4.25 2.2
Burnley 9 87 20 4.35 2.2
Norwich 9 90 20 4.50 2.2
Man City 9 91 20 4.55 2.2
Watford 9 94 20 4.70 2.2
Man United 9 95 20 4.75 2.2
West Ham 9 97 20 4.85 2.2
Wolves 9 98 20 4.90 2.2
Sheffield United 9 100 20 5.00 2.2
Southampton 9 105 20 5.25 2.2
Crystal Palace 9 107 20 5.35 2.2
Aston Villa 9 109 20 5.45 2.2
Bournemouth 9 76 17 4.47 1.9
Brighton 9 99 13 7.62 1.4
Leicester 9 95 9 10.56 1.0
Liverpool 9 84 8 10.50 0.9
FPY = fouls per yellow
YPG – yellows per game

Read all about Arsenal’s own personal referee who will take charge of their game against Crystal Palace this weekend.

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