London Premier League team power rankings: How has your club fared so far?

As we reach the third international break of the season, and the last one of the year, we discuss how every London team in England’s top flight has done so far.

With 11 games played in the Premier League we’ve already seen thrills, end-to-end games, upsets and everything we love about the beautiful game.

Players such as Conor Gallagher and Emile Smith Rowe have enjoyed break-out seasons and being considered as the surprise packages.

With the international break upon us, LondonWorld decided to rate each club’s start to the season.


Expectations were mixed for Arsenal.

A poor start to the season that saw them lose to Brentford, Manchester City and Chelsea, Arsenal were bottom of the Premier League and many people wanted Mikel Arteta sacked. Since the 5-0 loss in Manchester, Arsenal are unbeaten and have undergone a massive change in their fortunes.

Scoring goals, creating chances and seeing the best of youngster Emile Smith Rowe, Arsenal are enjoying life and if the season started 8 games ago, they would be top.

Rating: 7


The Blues welcomed Romelu Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge for a club record fee, and also bought in Saul Niguez from Atletico Madrid on loan, to add depth to their squad.

Currently the Blues are matching expectations and sit top of the Premier League, three points clear of closest challengers Manchester City.

Rating: 9

West Ham United

Well, what a season.

The club seriously bolstered their squad, adding Kurt Zouma, Nikola Vlasic, Alex Kral, and Craig Dawson.

Excelling in the Europa League, a new Czech billionaire has bought a 27% stake in the club, and will invest heavily in the club.

Rating: 10

Antonio Conte, Manager of Tottenham Hotspur shows his emotions during the Premier League match between Everton and Tottenham Hotspur at Goodison Park on November 07, 2021 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)


After a manager fiasco, Harry Kane openly admitting he wanted to leave and feeling like the signings were somewhat sub-par, Tottenham fans had little hope going in to the season.

Three games in they were top, 3 wins, 3 clean sheets including a massive scalp in beating Manchester City too.

Nuno Espirito-Santo was named manager of the month for September life was good.

But, from then it’s all gone downhill.

Harry Kane and Heung Min-Son have performed poorly, too.

Bryan Gil, Christian Romero and Italian ‘keeper Gollini were bought in, and hopefully Conte can get the best out of them.

Rating: 3

Crystal Palace

With only around 11 players on professional contracts and top manager target Lucien Favre turning them down, Palace bought in Patrick Vieira and he is flying.

Conor Gallagher on loan, Michael Olise from Reading, Odsonne Edouard from Celtic, Marc Guehi from Chelsea and Joachim Anderson, who was on loan at Fulham last year have all proved shrewd signings and have helped Palace to be where they are.

Sitting right in the middle in 10th, Palace can be happy, overall with their season.

Rating: 8


Brentford began their first season in the Premier League on fire beating Arsenal comprehensively.

The Bees have showed they can compete with the very best, drawing 3-3 with Liverpool and being unlucky not to come away with a point against leaders Chelsea.

They have recently suffered an injury to star keeper David Raya, and strike duo Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbeumo have failed to fire fully.

Rating: 8


Promotion from the Championship, Watford have kept to form and sacked their manager, hiring the Tinkerman Claudio Ranieri to help their season.

Signings such as Emmanuel Dennis and Josh King have had some impact, with King scoring a hat-trick in an impressive 5-2 win at Everton.

Rating: 6