The Social Media Premier League – final standings 2012/13

29 May 2013, 09:05
 peerindex-logo  klout-flag-square-2 TOTAL
1 Arsenal 88 94 91
2 Liverpool 86 94 90
3 Manchester City 85 95 90
4 Chelsea 84 93 88.5
5 Tottenham Hotspur 85 91 88
6 Aston Villa 81 90 85.5
7 Everton 80 91 85.5
8 Sunderland 81 89 85
9 Newcastle United 79 90 84.5
10 Norwich City 81 88 84.5
11 Swansea City 81 88 84.5
12 West Ham United 80 89 84.5
13 Fulham 78 89 83.5
14 West Bromwich Albion 76 89 82.5
15 Queens Park Rangers 75 89 82
16 Stoke City 66 89 77.5
17 Southampton 61 92 76.5
18 Reading 55 88 71.5
19 Wigan Athletic 55 88 71.5

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