It’d be all change in the top flight if domestic scorers ruled the roost.
With the Premier League very much entering its final stages, things are hotting up at both ends of the table.
For Burnley, the threat of a relegation battle still looms large, with Sean Dyche’s men currently languishing in the drop zone and currently on a run of three straight defeats.
The Clarets now head into a short break, with international football taking centre stage for the next couple of weeks, and with that in mind, we’ve taken a look (via Transfermarkt) at how the top flight table would currently look if only goals from English players had counted this season - and the outcome is eyebrow-raising to say the least.
Here’s a look at how Burnley and the rest of England’s top tier fare in the shock alternative table...
1. 1st: Aston Villa
Pts: 54. W: 15. D: 9. L: 5. GF: 24. Top scorer: Ollie Watkins (7)
2. 2nd: Arsenal
Pts: 50. W: 12. D: 14. L: 2. GF: 18. Top scorer: Bukayo Saka & Emile Smith Rowe (9)
3. 3rd: Manchester City
Pts: 47. W: 12. D: 11. L: 6. GF: 20. Top scorer: Raheem Sterling (10)
4. 4th: Manchester United
Pts: 46. W: 12. D: 10. L: 7. GF: 15. Top scorer: Marcus Rashford (4)