How dominant are Manchester City at home? Are they any more effective than Chelsea? Where are Manchester United's problems coming?
We've been working on an helpful graphic to show you.
We've seen a few great looks at the Premier League table in recent weeks, including the Cann table, as captured here by Paul Stollery of Metro, and we've produced a table of our own to show every single result this season.
You can see a full, high-resolution version of it here.
Teams' home matches run from left to right; teams' away games run from top to bottom. If they win the match, their crest gets filled in, while if they lose, their opponent's is added.
It's simple enough, but it shows how patchy United's form is, for instance. It also shows how a side like Tottenham, despite two headline losses of 6-0 and 5-0 away at Manchester City and home to Liverpool, have plenty of positive results on the board as well.
For those looking forward, it shows what fixtures still remain to be played. Are Chelsea the only team left with a realistic chance of stopping Manchester City's perfect run at home? And can Liverpool add a few more crests to their away form and keep themselves in the top four?