Mauricio Pochettino may have been disappointed with a 1-1 draw at home to West Ham on Thursday – but no team won more points than his Tottenham side over the Christmas period.
Pochettino’s men had won their first three fixtures over the Christmas and New Year period, defeating Burnley, Southampton and Swansea, but had to settle for a point against their local rivals.
That point was West Ham’s fifth from their last four games – a return boss David Moyes will be happy with after taking charge in November with the club in the relegation zone.
Liverpool have also had a good run of form since they kicked off the festive football with a 3-3 draw at Arsenal on Friday 22 December, beating Swansea, Leicester and Burnley.
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Despite seeing their record-breaking winning streak come to an end with a draw against Crystal Palace, Manchester City have matched Tottenham and Liverpool’s haul of 10 points from their past four games to maintain their commanding lead at the top of the Premier League.
Of the ‘Big Six’, Arsenal and Manchester United have come away with the fewest points, adding just six to their tally.
This season’s surprise package, Burnley, have had one of the toughest Christmas schedules, and defeats to Spurs and Liverpool and draws at Manchester United and Huddersfield means they have the joint-fewest points from their past four games.
West Brom, Everton and Southampton also managed just two points, after being unable to deliver their supporters much Christmas cheer.