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Revealed: Where Leeds United SHOULD have finished in the Premier League - according to data experts

All in all Leeds United will be delighted with their ninth-placed finish in the Premier League.

Saturday, 29th May 2021, 11:02 am

The Whites enjoyed a stellar return to the top flight, picking up a number of eye-catching results, and winning over an army of neutrals in the process.

In total Leeds picked up 59 points, scoring 62 goals and conceding 54 – but how should they have fared in 2020/21?

Expected goals, or xG for short, is a metric used to determine how many time a side should score over the course of 90 minutes based on the quality of chances they create.

Of course that also means that there is a tally of expected goals conceded, and using these two figures, it’s possible to determine how many points a team is expected to take from a match.

Stats-based site Understat have thrown all of those numbers together, and the outcome is an alternative Premier League table showing where every club should have finished.

Click through the standings below...

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