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Nationwide's House Price Premier League puts Spurs top of the table for house price growth - with prices in Haringey up 32% on a year ago.

But if their league were based purely on house prices, only London clubs would be in the Champions League places. QPR and Chelsea would be joint champions with an average house price of £760,144, followed by Arsenal (£701,030) and Spurs (£513,435).

London clubs also recorded the biggest prices rises with Chelsea and QPR up 27%, Arsenal (23%) and West Ham (22%) - unsurprisingly making up the rest of the top five, with increases of 27%, 27%, 23% and 22% respectively.

London's Premier League cheapest homes can be found in Crystal Palace, where the average house can be bought for just £293,011, putting them sixth in the table - a position Eagles fans would no doubt like to see replicated in real life this season.

At the other end of the table, areas in
The north of England had the smallest level of growth, with the relegation places being occupied by Newcastle (3%) and Burnley (2%) seeing only slight increases and Hull City rock bottom with no increase at all.