Sunday’s Premier League clash between Leicester City and West Ham United was quite a fiery affair.
Even disregarding Jamie Vardy’s controversial sending off and finger-jabbing reaction, the match reached an early boiling point and continued to bubble until final time was called by referee Jon Moss.
Thibaut Courtois also saw red at the weekend as Chelsea lost 3-0 to Manchester City in a game that also had five yellow cards.
But which teams in the English top-flight have been the dirtiest and which have been the cleanest?
Click the right arrow above to find out which Premier League team tops the Fair Play League across all first-team competitions…
– A yellow card = four points
– Denial of a goal scoring opportunity or dismissal for 2 cautions = ten points
– Violent conduct, serious foul play, spitting or offensive and abusive language = 12 points
Statistics correct up to and including fixtures on 18 April 2016