2016/2017 Premier League Profit & Loss League Tables

  • 24th May 2017
2016-2017 Premier League Profit & Loss League Table

The 2016/2017 Premier League season is finally over and what a season it’s been. Chelsea of course have been crowned champions after a record breaking 30 wins in 38 games while Tottenham also broke a record of having the highest goal difference (+60) in Premier League history for a non-title winning side.

Meanwhile David Moyes’ Sunderland suffered a horrendous campaign and were duly relegated along with Middlesbrough and Hull City.

The big question for us punters though however is which teams yielded the biggest profit and which teams were the ones to avoid?

2016/2017 Premier League Profit & Loss League Tables

Below we’ve created three tables:

  • Home & Away Record combined.
  • Home Record only.
  • Away Record only.

The tables rank all 20 Premier League sides based on who yielded the most profit (1) to who yielded the least profit (20) based on a £10 base stake on teams to win every game.

In case you were wondering, we also have Profit & Loss tables available for the ChampionshipLeague One and League Two.

Key

  • P/L = Profit/Loss
  • ROI = Total P/L as a % of total stakes if £10 was staked on the team to win every game.

Home & Away Combined

RankTeamP/LROI
1Crystal Palace£11129
2Chelsea£11129
3Watford£7720
4Swansea£6717
5Tottenham£5915
6Burnley£328
7Liverpool£102
8West Brom-£6.50-1
9West Ham-£10-2
10Everton-£10-2
11Hull City-£22-5
12Arsenal-£28-7
13Man City-£40-10
14Bournemouth-£63-16
15Leicester-£70-18
16Man Utd-£73-19
17Sunderland-£111-28
18Stoke-£111-30
19Southampton-£130-34
20Middlesbrough-£260-68

Home Record Only

RankTeamP/LROI
1Burnley£17592
2Hull£11563
3Tottenham£8243
4Everton£8042
5Chelsea£6534
6Leicester£6031
7Bournemouth£4423
8Watford£3518
9West Brom£3116
10Arsenal£168
11West Ham£94
12Swansea£73
13Liverpool-£10
14Crystal Palace-£3-15
15Man City-£4.50-23
16Man Utd-£5-25
17Stoke-£5.50-28
18Southampton-£8-43
19Middlesbrough-£10-54
20Sunderland-£11-56

Away Record Only

RankTeamP/LROI
1Crystal Palace£14073
2Swansea£6031
3Chelsea£4523
4Watford£4121
5Liverpool£1126
6Man City£42
7Sunderland£00
8West Ham-£19-9
9Tottenham-£24-12
10Man Utd-£26-13
11West Brom-£38-19
12Arsenal-£43-22
13Southampton-£48-25
14Stoke-£60-31
15Everton-£90-47
16Bournemouth-£107-56
17Leicester-£130-68
18Hull City-£138-72
19Burnley-£143-75
20Middlesbrough-£159-83

Conclusion

After an abysmal start to the season, it turns out that Crystal Palace were the team to back overall – Sam Allardyce’s side would have made you around £111 had you backed them to win every game with £10, helped mostly by wins away to Chelsea and Liverpool and at home to Arsenal.

Maybe rather surprisingly (because they were favourites for the majority of their games) Chelsea would have also bagged you around £111 profit, although it makes a lot more sense when you realise Conte’s side won over three-quarters of their fixtures.

At the other end, it looks like Middlesbrough were the team to avoid overall, home and away, which is understandable considering they managed the lowest number of wins in the Premier League this season with just 5.