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The All Time Premier League Table Ahead Of The New Season

The All Time Premier League Table Ahead Of The New Season

Liverpool's Premier League title win has taken them to fourth in the all-time league table - but bitter rivals Manchester United still remain top.

Jurgen Klopp's side finally captured their first league title in 30 years by amassing 99 points in the 2019/20 season, and they won't have to wait long to start their defence with the season starting again on Saturday.

The near century of points took the Reds overall tally since 1992 up to 1948 points from 1076 games, ahead of Tottenham Hotspur in fifth.

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However, they're still behind Chelsea, Arsenal and United respectively with those three sides dominating the 2000's.

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Check out the entire table per GIVEMESPORT below.

49. Swindon Town

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Points: 30 (from 42 games), Seasons: 1, Goal difference: -53

48. Barnsley

Points: 35 (from 38 games), Seasons: 1, Goal difference: -45

47. Blackpool

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Points: 39 (from 38 games), Seasons: 1, Goal difference: -23

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46. Huddersfield Town

Points: 53 (from 76 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -84

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45. Bradford City

Points: 62 (from 76 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -70

44. Cardiff City

Points: 64 (from 76 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -77

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43. Oldham Athletic

Points: 89 (from 84 games), Seasons: 2, Goal difference: -37

42. Brighton

Points: 117 (from 114 games), Seasons: 3, Goal difference: -60

41. Reading

Points: 119 (from 114 games), Seasons: 3, Goal difference: -50

40. Hull City

Points: 171 (from 190 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -142

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39. Sheffield United

Points: 186 (from 160 games), Seasons: 4, Goal difference: -40

38. Bournemouth

Points: 211 (from 190 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -89

37. Ipswich Town

Points: 224 (from 202 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -93

36. Nottingham Forest

Points: 239 (from 198 games), Seasons: 5, Goal difference: -58

35. Burnley

Points: 251 (from 228 games), Seasons: 6 Goal difference: -114

34. Wolves

Points: 252 (from 228 games), Seasons: 6, Goal difference: -113

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33. Watford

Points: 262 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -165

32. Derby County

Points: 274 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -149

31. Portsmouth

Points: 293 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -88

30. Birmingham City

Points: 301 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -87

29. QPR

Points: 308 (from 278 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -92

28. Swansea City

Points: 312 (from 266 games), Seasons: 7, Goal difference: -77

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27. Wigan Athletic

Points: 331 (from 304 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -166

26. Charlton Athletic

Points: 361 (from 304 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -100

25. Norwich City

Points: 380 (from 354 games), Seasons: 9, Goal difference: -194

24. Wimbledon

Points: 391 (from 316 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -88

23. Sheffield Wednesday

Points: 392 (from 316 games), Seasons: 8, Goal difference: -44

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Points: 409 (from 354 games), Seasons: 9, Goal difference: -103

21. Stoke City

Points: 457 (from 380 games), Seasons: 10, Goal difference: -127

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20. West Bromwich Albion

Points: 464 (from 456 games), Seasons: 12, Goal difference: -221

19. Crystal Palace

Points: 472 (from 426 games), Seasons: 11, Goal difference: -158

18. Bolton Wanderers

Points: 575 (from 494 games), Seasons: 13, Goal difference: -170

17. Fulham

Points: 612 (from 532 games), Seasons: 14, Goal difference: -174

16. Sunderland

Points: 618 (from 608 games), Seasons: 16, Goal difference: -292

15. Middlesbrough

Points: 661 (from 574 games), Seasons: 15, Goal difference: -146

14. Leicester City

Points: 669 (from 536 games), Seasons: 14, Goal difference: -69

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13. Leeds United

Points: 692 (from 468 games), Seasons: 12, Goal difference: +68

12. Blackburn Rovers

Points: 970 (from 696 games), Seasons: 18, Goal difference: +20

11. Southampton

Points: 980 (from 810 games), Seasons: 21, Goal difference: -159

10. West Ham United

Points: 1,137 (from 920 games), Seasons: 24, Goal difference: -218

9. Aston Villa

Points: 1,258 (from 962 games), Seasons: 25, Goal difference: -95

8. Newcastle

Points: 1,316 (from 958 games), Seasons: 25, Goal difference: -6

7. Manchester City

Points: 1,450 (from 886 games), Seasons: 23, Goal difference: +466

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6. Everton

Points: 1,476 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +34

5. Tottenham

Points: 1,654 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +255

4. Liverpool

Points: 1,948 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +780

3. Chelsea

Points: 1,997 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +783

2. Arsenal

Points: 2,011 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +840

1. Manchester United

Points: 2,234 (from 1076 games), Seasons: 28, Goal difference: +1090

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Who do you think is the greatest Premier League team of all-time?

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Topics: Manchester City, Spurs, Liverpool, Football News, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Premier League, Jurgen Klopp, Arsenal

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