Premier League Table, Standings, Who is on Top?

Boxing Day marked the beginning of the new season in the Premier League. At the time, Arsenal had opened up an eight-point lead over the reigning champions, Manchester City, at the top of the table, while Nottingham Forest, Southampton, and Wolves occupied the bottom-three relegation spots.

The London derby between Arsenal and West Ham was tough, but the Gunners won. On Wednesday, City will play the tough Leeds United. Because Tottenham was only able to earn a draw against Brentford in the first game of the day, Newcastle United was able to move up to the second place and win an impressive game on the road against Leicester City by the score of 3-0.

A victory at Aston Villa by the score of 3-1 gave Liverpool a boost in their pursuit of a spot in the top four.

Julen Lopetegui’s first game in charge of the Wolves resulted in a thrilling victory away at Everton. On the other hand, Southampton’s recent change of manager did not lead to an immediate improvement in the team’s luck, as they lost to Brighton and Hove Albion.

The complete Premier League table can be found below, followed by a summary of each of the three races.

Premier League Table

#TeamPlayedWonDraLostGoals Goals AgainstGoal DifferencePoints
2Manchester City15112243152835
3Newcastle United1696132112133
4Tottenham Hotspur1693433231030
5Manchester United159242320329
7Brighton & Hove Albion157352620624
11Crystal Palace155461521-619
12Aston Villa165381725-818
13Leicester City165292528-317
14AFC Bournemouth164481834-1616
15Leeds United154382329-615
16West Ham United1642101320-714
18Wolverhampton Wanderers163491025-1513
19Nottingham Forest163491133-2213

Muhammad Saleem is an aspiring writer and Admin at Football Arroyo. He is a fabulous Football writer, and a huge football fan. He is also a football fan since childhood and has a keen interest in regional sports events coverage.

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