The home record of every Premier League winning club revealed

20. 2001-02: Arsenal won 12 and drew four matches at home, picking up 40 points - click the right arrow to see the home record of every Premier League winner, ranked from worst to first
19. 1996-97: Manchester United won 12 and drew five matches at home, picking up 41 points
18. 2015-16: Leicester City won 12 and drew six matches at home, picking up 42 points
17. 1998-99: Manchester United won 14 and drew four matches at home, picking up 46 points
=13. 1997-98: Arsenal won 15 and drew two matches at home, picking up 47 points
=13. 2000-01: Manchester United won 15 and drew two matches at home, picking up 47 points
=13. 2006-07: Manchester United won 15 and drew two matches at home, picking up 47 points
=13. 2004-05: Chelsea won 14 and drew five matches at home, picking up 47 points
12. 2012-13: Manchester United won 16 and drew zero matches at home, picking up 48 points
=8. 1995-96: Manchester United won 15 and drew four matches at home, picking up 49 points
=8. 1999-00: Manchester United won 15 and drew four matches at home, picking up 49 points
=8. 2003-04: Arsenal won 15 and drew four matches at home, picking up 49 points
=8. 2014-15: Chelsea won 15 and drew four matches at home, picking up 49 points
=6. 2002-03: Manchester United won 16 and drew two matches at home, picking up 50 points
=6 2008-09: Manchester United won 16 and drew two matches at home, picking up 50 points
5. 2016-17: Chelsea won 17 and lost two matches at home, picking up 51 points
=2. 2013-14: Manchester City won 17 and drew one match at home, picking up 52 points
=2 2007-08: Manchester United won 17 and drew one match at home, picking up 52 points
=2. 2009-10: Chelsea won 17 and drew one match at home, picking up 52 points
=1. 2010-11: Manchester United won 18 and drew one match at home, picking up 55 points
=1. 2011-12: Manchester City won 18 and drew one match at home, picking up 55 points
=1. 2005-06: Chelsea won 18 and drew one match at home, picking up 55 points

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Tottenham Hotspur finally overcame their Wembley hoodoo by winning their first Premier League match at England's national stadium.

The north Londoners beat Bournemouth on Saturday courtesy of a lone Christian Eriksen strike to keep pace with league leaders Manchester City.

Spurs have won all four of their away matches, but have claimed league victory at their temporary home of Wembley only once.

The feeling is that Tottenham need to seriously challenge for the Premier League title this season, but can that be done if you have such a poor record at home?

talkSPORT have taken a look at the home results of every Premier League winning team from 1995-96 onwards (the start of the 38-game season) to determine just how bad you can be at home while still securing the title.

You can see the home form of all the Premier League winners, ranked from worst to best, by clicking the right arrow, above...