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Aston Villa ahead of Liverpool and Manchester City in Premier League home table as Chelsea struggle

They say home form is key to success...

If there's one thing Aston Villa fans have prided themselves on over the years, it's Villa Park. The atmosphere, the surroundings - the whole feel of the place.

Making it a fortress once more has been key to all those of a claret and blue contingent since the return to the Premier League in 2019 and it's safe to say the 2023/24 season is succeeding in doing that up to now.

A 3-1 win over Fulham prior to the November international break ensured Villa went into the fortnight off in fifth place, just one point outside of the top four and three points off of Manchester City at the summit.

It's been an incredible start to the latest campaign, there's no denying that. And with European football also in the mix, it makes the current vein of form all the more impressive.

Something that has greatly contributed to that up to now has been the home form. With a 100% record in the Premier League at Villa Park up to now and an incredible 23 goals scored - Unai Emery has got the Villans ticking in B6.

And if the Premier League table was based on home form only, well, there's no prizes for guessing where this Villa side would be.

BirminghamWorld have taken a look at the full standings based purely on where teams would sit based on their results home turf.

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