WE’RE four games into what is already shaping up to be a hotly-contested Premier League season.
If we’ve learnt anything from last season, it’s that the title will go to whichever team wants it more.
It sounds obvious, but despite having far from the strongest squad in 2015-16, Claudio Ranieri‘s Leicester romped home to the title, just 12 months after performing the great escape in avoiding relegation.
But could there be another ‘Leicester’ this year?
SunSport has run the numbers and taken a look at which players – and teams – have covered the most distance so far in the Premier League this season.
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Their seven points suggest they are willing to put in the hard graft and do whatever it takes to get their hands on that elusive title, having not won the top flight since 1990.
It’s easy to see why the club are top of the distance rankings – with THREE of the top four individual runners coming out of Anfield.
Manchester City are the league’s second biggest runners on 457.8km as a team – with Kevin De Bruyne the stand-out name on 46km – good for sixth in the player charts.
Down at the bottom end, Sunderland sit at the foot of the table on just 418km, while Jose Mourinho's Manchester United are second-last on 427.7km - despite Marouane Fellaini's 45.7km effort, good for eighth in the league.
Check out the full list of the top-running players, as well as the best - and worst - teams in terms of distance covered, above...