Pundits and football experts have coined the phrase of 'away goals counting for double' in cup competitions like the Champions League, where a draw over two legs can be decided simply by which team scored more goals away from home.
We decided to take a different spin on this and work out how the Premier League table would look if every team's away goals were doubled. For example, Liverpool 0-2 West Brom would revert to Liverpool 0-4 West Brom while Man United's 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane would instead become a 2-1 victory for the Red Devils.
If you think it's a crazy concept then you're spot on, but it does offer an interesting perspective on which sides are more positive on their travels.
Arsenal and Chelsea, who have travelled well this season are still fighting for the title in this alternative league table, while Liverpool are much closer to fourth spot. Elsewhere, it's QPR, Reading and Wigan who occupy the relegation spots.
What do you make of this alternative league table? What does it prove, if anything? Let us know by leaving a comment below...