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The All-Time Premier League Table Based On Points-Per-Game

The All-Time Premier League Table Based On Points-Per-Game

Manchester United top the all-time Premier League table based on points-per-game ahead of Arsenal and Chelsea.

talkSPORT have crunched the all-important numbers to determine the all-time Premier League table based on PPG.

And United, with their 13 Premier League titles in the bag, lead the way with a PPG of 2.07.

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Arsenal, who have won three Premier League titles, occupy second place with a PPG of 1.87 ahead of Chelsea who have five titles to their name and a PPG of 1.85.

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Liverpool, who have yet to claim a Premier League title, sit in fourth place with a PPG of 1.81 ahead of Manchester City who have secured four Premier League titles.

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Tottenham, Leeds, Blackburn, Newcastle and Everton make up the top ten.

Huddersfield, who were relegated from the 2018/19 season, are rooted to the bottom of the table with a PPG of 0.70.

Check out the all-time Premier League table (1-49) based on PPG below:

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1. Manchester United - 2.07

2. Arsenal - 1.87

3. Chelsea - 1.85

4. Liverpool - 1.81

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5. Manchester City - 1.63

6. Tottenham - 1.53

7. Leeds - 1.48

8. Blackburn - 1.40

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9. Newcastle - 1.38

10. Everton - 1.37

11. Aston Villa - 1.31

12. Leicester - 1.25

13. Sheffield Wednesday - 1.24

14. Wimbledon - 1.24

15. West Ham - 1.23

16. Nottingham Forest - 1.21

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18. Southampton - 1.20

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20. Swansea - 1.17

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22. Bolton - 1.16

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23. Middlesbrough - 1.16

24. Coventry - 1.16

25. Fulham - 1.15

26. Portsmouth - 1.14

27. Birmingham - 1.13

28. Bournemouth - 1.13

29. Crystal Palace - 1.12

30. Ipswich - 1.11

31. QPR - 1.11

32. Norwich - 1.10

33. Wigan - 1.09

34. Burnley - 1.08

35. Wolves - 1.08

36. Oldham - 1.06

37. Reading - 1.04

38. Derby - 1.03

39. Blackpool - 1.03

40. West Brom - 1.02

41. Sunderland - 1.02

42. Brighton - 1.00

43. Watford - 0.99

44. Barnsley - 0.92

45. Hull - 0.90

46. Cardiff - 0.84

47. Bradford - 0.82

48. Swindon - 0.71

49. Huddersfield - 0.70

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Chelsea, Football, Manchester United, Premier League, Arsenal

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