Premier League Table 2022-23 - Latest Premier League Standings - EPL Table 2022-23

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EPL Table 2022-23 - Premier League Standings

Premier League Table 2022-23 - EPL Table

No. Team P W D L GF GA GD Pts.
1Arsenal76011771018
2Manchester City75202361717
3Tottenham Hotspur75201871117
4Brighton and Hove Albion6411115613
5Manchester United640288012
6Fulham73221211111
7Chelsea631289-110
8Liverpool623115699
9Brentford7232151239
10Newcastle United71518718
11Leeds United6222101008
12Bournemouth7223619-138
13Everton714256-17
14Southampton7214711-47
15Aston Villa7214610-47
16Crystal Palace613279-26
17Wolverhampton Wanderers713337-46
18West Ham United711539-64
19Nottingham Forest7115617-114
20Leicester City70161022-121
EPL Table Updated on: 19 September 2022 15:00 IST
Key:
Uefa Champions League: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Europa League: 5th
Relegation: 18th, 19th, 20th

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EPL Table 2021-22 - Premier League Standings


The 2021-22 Premier League was the 30th season of the Premier League tournament, the top English professional football league for association football clubs since its establishment in 1992, and the 123rd season of top-flight English football overall. The starting of EPL and end dates for the Premier League season were released on 25 March 2021, and the fixtures were released on 16 June 2021. Manchester City successfully defended their title, securing a 6th Premier League title and 8th English league title overall on the final day of the season; it was also the club's 4th title in the last five seasons.

Manchester City were the defending Premier League champions, having won their 5th Premier League title during the previous tournament. This tournament saw the return of full attendance, after the final third of the 2019-20 and the entirety of the 2020-21 tournament were held with limited or zero attendance due to the heavy restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This tournament was the second tournament to feature a winter break, with no Premier League matches scheduled between 23 January 2022 upto 7 February 2022.

Initially, the title race was dominated by Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea, who were separated by two points by early in the month of December. By December, Chelsea leading the way following a run of just one defeat in fourteen matches until a shock defeat to West Ham Utd gave Man City the edge. A run of twelve consecutive victories, concluding in a victory over Chelsea that essentially ended their title hopes, gave Manchester City a thirteen-point lead by January. Liverpool then went on a 10 game winning run, including both their games in hand, to cut Man City's lead to a single point ahead of their meeting at the Etihad on 10th Apr.


Premier League Table 2021-22 - EPL Table

No. Team P W D L GF GA GD Pts.
1Man City38296399267393
2Liverpool38288294266892
3Chelsea382111676334374
4Tottenham382251169402971
5Arsenal382231361481369
6Man Utd381610125757058
7West Ham38168146051956
8Leicester City381410146259352
9Brighton381215114244-251
10Wolves38156173843-551
11Newcastle381310154462-1849
12Crystal Palace381115125046448
13Brentford38137184856-846
14Aston Villa38136195254-245
15Southampton38913164367-2440
16Everton38116214366-2339
17Leeds Utd38911184279-3738
18Burnley38714173453-1935
19Watford3865273477-4323
20Norwich3857262384-6122

Premier League Tables 2020-21 - Premier League Standings


The 2020-21 Premier League tournament was the 29th season of the Premier League, the top English professional football league for association football clubs since its establishment in 1992 and the 122nd season of top-flight in English football overall. The Premier League tournament was initially scheduled to start on 8 August 2020 and end on 16 May 2021, but this was delayed until 12 September as a consequence of the postponement of the previous Premier League's conclusion due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Liverpool were the defending Premier League Champions, having won their first Premier League and 19th English league title the previous season. In a season largely played behind closed doors, Manchester City secured a 5th Premier League title and 7th English league title overall with three matches to spare; it was also the club's 3rd title in the last 4 seasons.

The 2020-21 EPL tournament began on Saturday 12 September, just 7 weeks after the conclusion of the previous season 2019-20. Liverpool FC were the defending champions, having won their 19th league title the previous season, their first in the Premier League era. As originally planned, the 2020-21 season was to be the second Premier League tournament with a mid-season break in February, whereby five matches of a normal round of 10 matches would be played on one weekend and the remaining five the following weekend. However, due to the late start of the Premier League and fixture congestion, the winter break was scrapped. It is also the second Premier League tournament to use VAR [Video Assistant Referee].

Premier League Table 2020-21 - EPL Table

No. Team P W D L GF GA GD Pts.
1Man City38275683325186
2Man Utd382111673442974
3Liverpool38209968422669
4Chelsea381910958362267
5Leicester City382061268501866
6West Ham381981162471565
7Tottenham381881268452362
8Arsenal381871355391661
9Leeds Utd38185156254859
10Everton38178134748-159
11Aston Villa38167155546955
12Newcastle38129174662-1645
13Wolves38129173652-1645
14Crystal Palace38128184166-2544
15Southampton38127194768-2143
16Brighton38914154046-641
17Burnley38109193355-2239
18Fulham38513202753-2628
19West Brom38511223576-4126
20Sheffield Utd3872292063-4323

Know about Premier League

The English Premier League is a professional league for association football clubs. At the top of the English football league system, it is the country's main football tournament and is contested by 20 clubs. Tournaments start from August to May, with teams playing 38 matches each, there is a total of 380 matches in the season. Most of the matches are played on Saturdays and Sundays, with some matches also played on certain weekday evenings.


The English Premier League tournament was formed in February 1992 following the decision of football clubs in the Football League First Division to break away from The Football League, in order to take advantage of a profitable television rights deal. Teams competing in the Premier League may qualify for the UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League on the virtue of league positions in the table. The tournament endorses a promotion and relegation system with the Football League which comes into place at the end of each Premier League season. Since the opening season in 1992-93, 49 teams have participated in the Premier League, while Brentford Football Club will make it 50 in the year 2021-22, following their promotion from the Football League Championship the previous season. At the end of the 1994-95 season, the league was reduced from twenty-two teams to twenty.


The EPL Champions

Here is the list of Seven Football Clubs that have won the title: Manchester United [13 times], Manchester City [6 times], Chelsea [5 times], Arsenal [3 times], Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City and Liverpool [1 time]. Manchester United Football Club was the first club to win the league three consecutive seasons twice 1998-99 to 2000-01 and 2006-07 to 2008-09 and Arsenal Football Club was the only club to go an entire season without a single defeat in 2003-04. The record number of points accumulated by a team is 100 by Manchester City Football Club, who won the Premier League in 2017-18. Norwich City has been relegated 6 times which is the most, while Derby County accumulated the lowest ever points total with eleven during the 2007-08 season. The English Premier League Golden Boot, awarded to the top goalscorer each season, has been won by 25 players from 12 different football clubs. Andy Cole and Alan Shearer have both scored 34 goals in a 42-match season, and this is the most in a Premier League season. Mohamed Salah holds the record in a 38-game season with 32 goals. Dutchman Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was the first foreigner to win this award outright in 2000-01 having shared the honour with Dwight Yorke of Trinidad and Tobago in 1998-99.


In the opening tournament of the EPL, Manchester United finished 10 points clear of Aston Villa to win their first league championship in over 26 years. The football club successfully reserve the title in 1993-94, dominating the table after beating Aston Villa 3-9 in the third match-week. Manchester United also finished a league and cup double, beating Chelsea Football Club 4-0 in the FA Cup final. Blackburn Rovers won their first championship under the investment of owner Jack Walker and manager Kenny Dalglish from 1913-14 on the final day of the 1994-95 season. In spite of Blackburn losing match to Liverpool, Manchester United, in second place and just 2 points behind the leaders before kick-off had failed to capitalize on the final result, drawing a match with West Ham United FC. Manchester United nevertheless reclaim the Premier League in 1995-96 after many probes over the inexperience of the first team at the beginning of the Premier League season. Newcastle United Football Club who held a 12-point lead at the top in January 1996 were pegged back in the following weeks before Manchester United moved in front at the end of the month of March 1996.


Manchester United FC retained the league in 1996-97 but was overtaken by Arsenal in the final ten weeks of the 1997-98 EPL season, finishing second on EPL Table. Arsenal FC, which is managed by Arsène Wenger in his first full season at the club also beat Newcastle 2-0 in the FA Cup final to win the trophy and accomplish a double. Arsenal FC however failed to retain both trophies as Manchester United pipped Arsenal on the final day of the EPL season, winning the Premier League as well as overcoming the holders in a FA Cup semi-final replay. The Manchester United FC won the league for two successive seasons in 1999-2000 ending the season with 18 points in front and 2000-01 by 10. After four seasons without a trophy, Arsenal again completed a league and cup double in 2001-02 extraordinarily scoring in every single Premier League match.


In 2003, Chelsea Football Club was taken over by businessman Roman Abramovich and despite the club spending over £100m on new players, the 2003-04 champions were Arsenal FC, who became the first Premier League football club to win the league without losing any match. Chelsea FC won a second successive Premier League title in 2005-06 before Manchester United FC became the third different club to win the league in four seasons in 2006-07. Despite Arsenal FC leading the division for much of the 2007-08 tournament, Manchester United FC retained the EPL championship on the final day of the season and won their 11th EPL title in 2008-09 after much tournament from Liverpool. Chelsea Football Club reclaimed the EPL in 2009-10, scoring a record of 103 goals, and won the FA Cup to end the season as double winners. In May 2011, Manchester United FC won their 12th Premier League title and a record 19th after drawing away to Blackburn Rovers FC.


EPL Top Goalscorer

The top goalscorer in the EPL at the end of each tournament is awarded with the Premier League Golden Boot. The first Golden Boot recipient was Teddy Sheringham of Tottenham Hotspur FC, who scored 21 goals in 40 matches for the club as well as an additional goal for Nottingham Forest FC on the opening day of the tournament. Andy Cole scored 34 goals for Newcastle United Football Club in 1993-94 before Alan Shearer won three consecutive Golden Boot awards, twice for Blackburn Rovers FC including their league-winning season, and once for Newcastle United FC in 1996-97. Chris Sutton, Michael Owen and Dion Dublin of Blackburn Rovers FC, Liverpool FC, and Coventry City FC respectively were the joint Golden Boot winners of the Golden Boot the following season, with 18 goals. Owen again shared the accolade, scoring 18 goals in 1998-99 with Manchester United FC striker Dwight Yorke and Leeds Utd FC forward Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. In 1999-2000, the Golden Boot award was given to Kevin Phillips of newly promoted Sunderland FC, scoring 30 goals in 36 matches. At an average of 0.83, he was also awarded the European Golden Shoe.


Hasselbaink was the Golden Boot winner in 2000-01 season, who scored 23 goals for Chelsea FC in 35 matches. Thierry Henry from Arsenal FC lift up the prize a year later with 24 goals and Manchester United FC striker Ruud van Nistelrooy win the award in the 2002-03 season, scoring one more than the previous season's tally. Henry wins three successive Golden Boots from 2003-04 to 2005-06 seasons scoring 30, 25, and 27 goals respectively in 3 seasons. Chelsea FC striker Didier Drogba was the top goalscorer in 2006-07 with 20 goals and Manchester United FC midfielder Cristiano Ronaldo contributed to his team's success in 2007-08, scoring 31 goals in 34 league matches, a strike rate of 0.91. Nicolas Anelka from Chelsea FC was the winner in 2008-09 with 18 goals before his fellow strike partner Drogba won his second Golden Boot award the following season with 29 goals. Both Carlos Tevez and Dimitar Berbatov of Manchester City FC and Manchester United FC respectively each won their first Golden Boot Award at the end of the 2010-11 tournament, scoring 20 goals.


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