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  • on 24.05.2012
  • at 01:59 PM
  • by KT

All-time Premier League Table

45 teams have played in the Premier League since it was launched in 1992 and it is no surprise to see that Manchester United top the leaderboard in terms of points, given that they have won a record 12 of the 20 titles.

And during that time the Red Devils are the only side to have averaged more than 2 points per game; an incredible teat from a team who has played 772 games in such a tough league.

Fergie’s side have won over 1600 points during that time, over 200 more than Arsenal and Chelsea have achieved. (Full table below)

What’s more the all-time Premier League table emphasises what used to be a ‘top 4′, with Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool being the only sides to average more than 1.5 points per game.

Leeds United are not far behind, taking an average of 1.48 points from their 468 games in the Premier League.

The other end of the table also makes for interesting reading, with Watford propping up the all-time Premier League table from their 2 season stint in the top flight, averaging just 0.68.

7 other teams have also have a less than a point per game ratio: West Brom, Barnsley, Wolves, Hull, Bradford, Burnley and Swindon Town.

All-time Premier League Table (1992-2012)

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