Premier League: Where did your team finish in 2014?

By Saj ChowdhuryBBC Sport
Manchester City celebrate
Manchester City won the title last season, but were they top dogs in 2014?

What if the Premier League title was decided in a calendar year?

We have calculated the 2014 points totals for each of the teams to have played in the tail end of last season's campaign and this current one.

Find out where your team finished:

Premier League points table for 2014 (the table does not include relegated and promoted clubs)
Manchester City3827745688
Manchester United38199102566
West Ham3817516656
Crystal Palace38111215-945
Newcastle 3812620-2742
Aston Villa3810919-2639
West Brom3881218-1936

As you can see it was neck-and-neck between Manchester City and Chelsea, with City top by one goal on goal difference.

Liverpool are third as a result of their brilliant second half to last season when they collected 48 points - more than any other club, while Manchester United are fifth in the table despite their seventh-placed finish at the end of the 2013-14 season.

At the other end, it is a sorry tale for Steve Bruce's Hull. Their combined total of 30 points is the same amount that Cardiff managed when they finished bottom last season. They have also managed only seven wins this year.

Crystal Palace might be in the relegation zone in the 2014-15 campaign, but in this table they are six points clear of the bottom three due to the magic touch of previous manager Tony Pulis.

Only seven teams of the 17 in the table managed to accrue more points than the Eagles in the second half of the 2013-14 season.

Below, we take a look at some other statistics from the Premier League in 2014 (players from relegated and promoted clubs have not been included):

Goals scored per Premier League game in 2014
Diego CostaChelsea0.81
Sergio AgueroMan City0.78
Wayne RooneyMan United0.57
Wilfried BonySwansea0.53
Jay RodriguezSouthampton0.50
Edin DzekoMan City0.48
Olivier GiroudArsenal0.48
Papiss CisseNewcastle0.43
Kevin MirallasEverton0.42
Touches per Premier League game in 2014
Cesc FabregasChelsea107.11
Mikel ArtetaArsenal87.08
Santi CazorlaArsenal85.53
Bacary SagnaArsenal/Man City85.21
Leighton BainesEverton85.05
David SilvaMan City84.52
Angel RangelSwansea83.48
Gareth BarryEverton80.23
Gael ClichyMan City80.04
Morgan SchneiderlinSouthampton79.88
Passes per Premier League game in 2014
Cesc FabregasChelsea86.83
Mikel ArtetaArsenal74.75
David SilvaMan City67.55
Gareth BarryEverton67.37
Michael CarrickMan United67.19
Morgan SchneiderlinSouthampton66.03
Santi CazorlaArsenal62.58
Nemanja MaticChelsea61.74
Samir NasriMan City60.31
Steven GerrardLiverpool59.95
Chances created per Premier League game in 2014
Cesc FabregasChelsea3.39
Samir NasriMan City2.76
Eden HazardChelsea2.66
Christian EriksenTottenham2.62
Gylfi SigurdssonSwansea2.50
David SilvaMan City2.48
Stewart DowningWest Ham2.43
Santi CazorlaArsenal2.39
Jesus NavasMan City2.32
Adam LallanaSouthampton/Liverpool2.05