Every Premier League club's Twitter popularity ratings, including Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool

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The Premier League is the most hotly debated football division – but which clubs gets the best reception on Twitter?

The Premier League is the most hotly debated football division in the world.

I know that there is even a section of Twitter known as ‘FT’, i.e. Football Twitter, where thousands of dedicated accounts from around the globe talk the beautiful game and only that.

Bournemouth is the most positively talked about club on Twitter

Bournemouth is the most positively talked about club on Twitter

But which Premier League clubs gets the most positively spoken about on Twitter? Data analytic company SEMrush has provided us with the information we need to find out.

The table ranks each of them.

The second column lists their actual standing in the Premier League.


A table of the most positively talked about clubs on Twitter

A table of the most positively talked about clubs on Twitter

As shown by the data, Bournemouth, Huddersfield and Brighton are the biggest winners out of the Premier League clubs.

The Cherries are a reasonably likeable club with a likeable manager at Eddie Howe, so there is no surprise that 54 per cent of tweets

The same can be said with Brighton and Huddersfield, who both have a change of score of 13, as most sides

Brighton boss Chris Hughton and his team are well-liked by football fans

Brighton boss Chris Hughton and his team are well-liked by football fans

Meanwhile, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Leicester City have the biggest drop in popularity.

The league leaders are top of the table but they are popular rankings on Twitter, with just 36 per cent of positive tweets about Pep Guardiola's men.

Their title rivals Liverpool have also come to the fore, sitting 16th in the overall standings with positive tweets about the club sitting at 36 per cent.

Fulham sit bottom of the pile with 27 per cent of tweets positive about the club. The Cottagers, who have been relegated from the Premier League, therefore have the least change in the data provided.

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