12. West Ham United: Robert Snodgrass being a £10m flop – The Scotsman seemed a good fit for the Hammers, although hes no Dimitri Payet. Many expected him to deliver goals and assists from set-pieces but in 14 appearances hes contributed just two assists not good enough. 20 7. Everton: Tom Davies breaking into the first team – The 18-year-old was already highly-rated going into the 2016/17 campaign, but the fact hes played so often has definitely been a big surprise. A stunning display and goal against Manchester City in Evertons 4-0 win at Goodison Park being the highlight of his first full season. Hes still got lessons to learn but hes on the right track, which is great for club and country. 20 Every Premier League season has its surprises – and this one has been no different.Whether it be shock signings, stunning results, mad moments, or weird decisions, by managers and club owners, the English top flight is a thrill a minute.Even the dullest clubs – we’re looking at you, Middlesbrough – have offered up the odd shock.So what is the biggest surprise each Premier League club has given us? Click the arrow above, right, to find out… 20 16. Watford: Hornets being one of only five teams to beat Manchester United in the league – Its been a mixed season at Vicarage Road, but Walter Mazzarri masterminded a 3-1 win over the Red Devils in September. Goals from Etienne Capoue, Juan Camilo Zuniga, and Troy Deeney sealed the three points, despite a Marcus Rashford equaliser. The only other teams to complete this feat are Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester City and Chelsea. 11. Leicester City: Claudio Ranieri getting sacked – The gentile and genial Italian performed a miracle by coaching the Foxes to title glory last season. This season, thanks to their terrible form, he was given the chop in February. The decision looks to have been the right one given their upturn in form, but it was still a shock. 20 20 1. Chelsea: Victor Moses emerging as a quality wing-back – Who would have thought the Nigerian, who had previously been an unpolished winger at every other club, would be a key cog in Antonio Contes tactical shift? Not us. Moses has been brilliant for the Blues and both player and coach deserve plaudits for his campaign. 20 20 10. Bournemouth: Ryan Fraser bursting onto the scene – On loan at Ipswich last season, the Scottish winger was barely used by Eddie Howe prior to December, and then he announced himself in spectacular style, scoring a goal and getting an assist as the Cherries came from behind to defeat Liverpool. Since then, hes been a valuable asset and usurped Jordon Ibe in the pecking order, while hitting two more goals and getting three more assists. 8. Southampton: Saints not falling apart without Virgil van Dijk and Jose Fonte – The duo were Claude Puels first choice partnership at centre-back at the start of the campaign. Fonte then joined West Ham in January, while Van Dijk suffered an injury at the end of the same month. In their place have come Maya Yoshida and Jack Stephens, and while they havent excelled, Southampton havent been as leaky as one may have expected. It should give fans hope given Dutch star Van Dijk is likely to leave for a big transfer fee in the summer. 20 14. Stoke City: Peter Crouch’s renaissance – The English strikers career looked to be petering out in the Potteries, as he failed to score last season. This year though, the 36-year-old has picked his form back up, scoring five goals and making 25 appearances overall in the Premier League. 20 20 17. Swansea City: Bob Bradley managing the club for 11 games – We had completely forgotten about this since Paul Clement took charge. It feels really does feel as though the Americans tenure was just a bad dream. But it did happen, and it was terrible. Fortunately Clement has performed miracles and saved the Swans from the drop. 20. Sunderland: David Moyes’ reluctance to use Wahbi Khazri – click the arrow above, right, to see the biggest surprise at every other Premier League team… – The Tunisian looked impressive at the tail end of last season. This year, though, his absence has been intriguing. David Moyes dropped the player, disappointed in his inability to retain the ball, and hes played 90 minutes just five times all year. His ability at set-pieces, and the odd goal, could have saved the Black Cats, but instead, his absence was baffling. 20 13. Crystal Palace: Eagles battling relegation with Sam Allardyce as boss – Take a step back to the start of the season. Alan Pardew is coming off the back of an FA Cup final and has just signed Andros Townsend, Christian Benteke, and James Tomkins; meanwhile Allardyce is the England manager. Yet, somehow, inexplicably, weve watched Palace battle relegation throughout the season and only just evade the drop thanks to a run of results in March and April. 3. Manchester City: Pep Guardiola failing to get his side challenging for the title – The Spaniard is likely to be disappointed with his work in his debut Premier League campaign. Unfortunately, thanks to injuries and form, their defence hasnt been up to scratch, and goals have been harder to come by than usual at the Etihad Stadium. Gabriel Jesus has at least provided hope going into next season. 9. West Bromwich Albion: Baggies actually selling Saido Berahino – There was a time when Berahino started ahead of Harry Kane for Englands Under-21s, but the strikers form fell away under Tony Pulis after they refused to sell him to Tottenham. They did, though, offload him in January, with Stoke City paying £12m for his services. 15. Burnley: Clarets’ stunning home form – Last year in the Championship, despite being title winners, Sean Dyches men only had the third best home form in the division. This season, only Tottenham, Chelsea, Everton and Arsenal have won more games in their own stadiums. On the way, they have toppled Liverpool, champions Leicester, and Everton, among others. 2. Tottenham Hotspur: Vincent Janssen scoring a Premier League goal from open play – The Dutchman has been unfortunate this campaign, he could have scored on his Premier League debut against Everton but a stunning reflex stop from Maarten Stekelenburg denied him. And it went downhill from there as he failed to score from open play in his next appearances. It looked like he wouldnt be able to get the monkey off his back but, finally, against Bournemouth, he was able to exorcise his demons and got his goal in a three-minute cameo. 20 20 20 20 20 6. Manchester United: Red Devils going 25 league games unbeaten – Things are pretty unexciting at Old Trafford, even without Louis van Gaal. Jose Mourinho has made Man United more solid defensively which is great but they still cant score. Only Zlatan Ibrahimovic (17) and Juan Mata (6) have scored more than five Premier League goals, and this has contributed to their 15 draws a club record. Its a surprise they went undefeated in the league between October and May. Although, it should be remembered goals in the final five minutes of games saw them avoid impending defeats against Stoke, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, and Everton. 5. Arsenal: Arsene Wenger not yet confirming his future – Whether the Frenchman stays or goes, its astonishing his plans have not been revealed yet. For the club to move forward, players and fans need to know what is going on, and its a surprise he hasnt been forced to show his hand. 4. Liverpool: Reds still being in the top four despite Sadio Mane’s absences – The £35million Senegal international was a superb signing by Jurgen Klopp, but the Reds form dropped off when he went to the Africa Cup of Nations in January. An injury struck at the start of April, ruling him out for the rest of the season, but Klopps men remain on course for Champions League qualification. 20 20 18. Hull City: Tigers proudly battling relegation, but falling just short – Prior to the season starting, the Tigers were written off by almost everyone. Most figured they would barely rise from the bottom of the table, especially when the fixtures gave them Leicester City on the opening day of the season. Instead, they beat the Foxes and have battled hard, particularly under new boss Marco Silva. Defeat to Palace confirmed their instant return to the Championship, but their fight to evade the drop cant be faulted. Sadly, they just didnt have the quality to compete in the top flight. 20 20 19. Middlesbrough: It taking so long for Boro’s relegation to be confirmed – Were not sure how a team who have scored a total of 27 times in the league this season werent relegated weeks ago. The 3-0 defeat to Chelsea on Monday 8th May confirmed their relegation, but they should have been long gone well before then.