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What we’ve learned about each Premier League team since the season resumed

After a lengthy wait, the Premier League finally returned, with Burnley the only side yet to feature.

While the league has yet to fully get back into gear, and games without fans in attendance will take some getting used to, there have been some intriguing encounters so far, with teams enduring mixed fortunes.

Here, Sportsmail takes a look at how each team has got on since the restart. 

There have been eleven games so far since the Premier League’s long-awaited return to action

Arsenal – Restart disaster

Arsenal were the only unbeaten team in the Premier League in 2020, but have lost their first two games since the restart. Mikel Arteta had not tasted defeat in his first seven away games at the club, but lost twice on his travels in less than 72 hours. 

The Brighton defeat was Arsenal’s first at 3pm on a Saturday in five years.

Arsenal, who lost Bernd Leno to injury, have suffered two defeats since the league's restart

Arsenal, who lost Bernd Leno to injury, have suffered two defeats since the league’s restart

Aston Villa – Throwing it away

Aston Villa’s defeat by Chelsea on Sunday was the fifth Premier League game they have lost this season after scoring the first goal — two more than any other top-flight side. 

Villa have now failed to win any of their…