We rank the Barclays Premier League teams based on their level of impending crisis. We’re only two weeks into the new season but already some teams are in serious trouble, while things couldn’t be better for others. Expect the Premier League crisis table to change drastically as we move closer to the end of the transfer window.
QPR and Crystal Palace are facing a Zombie Apocalypse level of trouble if they don't sort their shit out soon. Manchester United move down a level due to signing Di Maria, but are still joined by Newcastle, who can't score goals, and Burnley, who are all still in a very sketchy position, much like Malky Mackay.
Liverpool move out of the care-free green zones after being outplayed by City on Monday Night Football, and sit along-side Stoke, Leicester and West Brom, who have been poor.
The rest of the sides are in decent shape, especially Chelsea and City, but special mention for Swansea and Spurs who are seriously enjoying life at the moment.
Be sure to check back next week to see if anyone has managed to steady the ship, or if they have to bring out the lifeboats.