As the race for the Premier League hots up, what would it look like if it was based on house prices rather than match results?
The annual Nationwide 'House Price Premier League' shows that it's West Ham who've topped the table in 2016.
Other highlights include:
- Disappointment on Merseyside as both Liverpool and Everton end up near the foot of the table
- Two of the promoted outfits, Middlesbrough and Burnley are straight into the relegation slots
- Last season's cellar-dweller, Sunderland, move up the table to 13th
- Spurs are back in the top four; while Palace and Watford retain Champions League slots. See where each team stands