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Klopp has managed 38 league matches.

How the Premier League table looks since Jurgen Klopp joined Liverpool

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So, Jurgen Klopp has now been in charge of Liverpool for 38 Premier League matches.

It’s difficult to gauge just how Liverpool have performed under the German due to him only taking over mid-way through last season. With the Reds finishing eighth last season, we couldn't simply look at the final league position and judge Klopp's management.

This season, his side sit fourth after an impressive start which sees them two points off Manchester City and Arsenal at the top of the league.

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But where would Klopp’s Liverpool rank against all the other Premier League sides during his entire time in England?

Well, with a little help from Sky Sports, we’ve taken a look at what the Premier League table looks like during Klopp’s spell.

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Take a look:

1 | Tottenham | Played: 38 | Won: 21 | Drawn: 12 | Lost: 5 | Goal difference: 39 | Points: 75

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City - Premier League

2 | Arsenal | Played: 38 | Won: 21 | Drawn: 11 | Lost: 6 | Goal difference: 33 | Points: 74

3 | Leicester | Played: 38 | Won: 21 | Drawn: 11 | Lost: 6 | Goal difference: 24 | Points: 74

4 | Manchester City | Played: 38 | Won: 19 | Drawn: 10 | Lost: 9 | Goal difference: 29 | Points: 67

5 | Liverpool | Played: 38 | Won: 18 | Drawn: 11 | Lost: 9 | Goal difference: 23 | Points: 65

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6 | Manchester United | Played: 38 | Won: 18 | Drawn: 10 | Lost: 10 | Goal difference: 15 | Points: 64

7 | Southampton | Played: 38 | Won: 18 | Drawn: 9 | Lost: 11 | Goal difference: 18 | Points: 63

8 | Chelsea | Played: 38 | Won: 15 | Drawn: 13 | Lost: 10 | Goal difference: 17 | Points: 58

9 | West Ham | Played: 38 | Won: 14 | Drawn: 13 | Lost: 10 | Goal difference: 17 | Points: 55

Crystal Palace v West Ham United - Premier League

10 | Everton | Played: 38 | Won: 13 | Drawn: 13 | Lost: 13 | Goal difference: 6 | Points: 49

11 | Stoke City | Played: 38 | Won: 13 | Drawn: 9 | Lost: 16 | Goal difference: -21 | Points: 48

12 | Watford | Played: 38 | Won: 13 | Drawn: 7 | Lost: 18 | Goal difference: -9 | Points: 46

13 | West Brom | Played: 38 | Won: 10 | Drawn: 15 | Lost: 15 | Goal difference: -8 | Points: 45

West Bromwich Albion v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League

14 | Bournemouth | Played: 38 | Won: 12 | Drawn: 9 | Lost: 17 | Goal difference: -20 | Points: 45

15 | Swansea | Played: 38 | Won: 11 | Drawn: 8 | Lost: 19 | Goal difference: -17 | Points: 41

16 | Sunderland | Played: 38 | Won: 9 | Drawn: 11 | Lost: 18 | Goal difference: -13 | Points: 38

17 | Crystal Palace | Played: 38 | Won: 9 | Drawn: 11 | Lost: 19 | Goal difference: -14 | Points: 38

Crystal Palace v West Ham United - Premier League

So, Klopp couldn’t quite guide Liverpool to a top-four finish during his first 38 matches in charge. However, given their start to this season, he’ll be bitterly disappointed if he can't achieve that during this campaign.

But one aspect that Liverpool fans will be delighted with is that they’re above Louis van Gaal’s/Jose Mourinho’s United over the previous 38 matches.

Another interesting aspect is that, despite winning the league comfortably last season, Leicester have to settle for third - behind Arsenal on goal difference and one point behind Spurs.

At the other end, it makes for grim reading for Palace and Sunderland as they’ve only picked up nine wins since Klopp arrived in England.

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