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10 Premier League clubs with most points in this decade

The Premier League is 27 years old. In total, 50 different clubs have competed in the Premier League since 1992, the newest being Sheffield United. Here is a list of top 10 teams in the Premier League with most points this decade. 

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Last updated: 27.11.2019
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The Premier League is 27 years old. In total, 50 different clubs have competed in the Premier League since 1992, the newest being Sheffield United. Aston Villa is historically one of the league’s bigger names and are among the top 10 in the all-time league table. But they were away from the top flight for some years and if we take into account the last 10 years, they’re not in the top 10.

After 13 games this season the Premier League table is starting to take shape. Liverpool is 8 points clear at the top of the league table and is favorites to win the league this time. But if you tally up all the Premier League points won by every club to play in the top flight this decade (2010/11 season onwards), their total is not enough to place them in the top three.

Here is a list of top 10 teams in the Premier League with most points this decade. Figures are correct up to the end of Matchday 13 (2019/20 season).

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10. Stoke City – 365 points

Matches: 304

Wins: 93

Goal Difference: -92

The only team in this list that is not in the top flight currently, Stoke City have 365 points since the start of the 2010/11 season. By reaching FA Cup final in 2010/11 season, they qualified for Europa League, after Manchester City finished 3rd in the league and qualified for the Champions League. After beating Hajduk & Thun in the qualifying rounds, they progress through the group stages but lost 2-1 on aggregate against Valencia and exited the Europa League. Stoke was relegated in the 2017/18 season, ending their 10-year spell in the top flight. They are currently lying in the relegation zone in the Championship with just 14 points from 17 games.

 

9. West Ham United – 380 points

Matches: 317

Wins: 98

Goal Difference: -82

West Ham has 380 points since the start of the 2010/11 season. They were relegated in 2011 and came back to the Premier League in 2012. They finished 10th in the 2012/13 season. Despite not finishing in the European spot, West Ham has participated in Europa League twice. In 2014/15, they finished 12th in the league table but they qualified for the 2015/16 Europa League by winning the Premier League Fair Play table. In the 2015/16 season, Man United already secured a place in Europa with a 2-1 win over Crystal Place in the FA Cup final and finished 5th in the league. Their cup winners slot was passed to West Ham who finished 7th. This season West Ham is lying just above the relegation zone with 13 points.

 

8. Newcastle United – 381 points

Matches: 317

Wins: 103

Goal Difference: -102

Newcastle United has 381 points in this decade. They returned to the top flight in 2010 after a season absence and finished 5th. Newcastle finished 5th in 2011/12 and qualified for the 2013/14 Europa League. The Magpies lost to Benfica in the QFs. They were relegated in 2016 but under Rafa Benitez, they came back to the top flight in 2017 & finished 10th. Last season they finished 13th and this season they are on 14th with 15 points.

 

7. Everton FC – 517 points

Matches: 355

Wins: 137

Goal Difference: +60

Everton has 517 league points in this decade and are the last team on this list to have been in the top flight in all seasons since the start of the 2010/11 season. This decade the Toffees have finished seventh, seventh, sixth, fifth, 11th, 11th, seventh, eighth and eighth in this decade. They have made it to Europa League twice in this decade, the most recent being the 2017/18 Europa League. This season they are 16th in the league table with 14 points and are winless since Sept. 14.

 

6. Tottenham Hotspur – 657 points

Matches: 355

Wins: 192

Goal Difference: + 225

Tottenham have 657 points in this decade. Since the 2015/16 season, they are finishing in the top four. Before that, they have just one top-four finish since 2010/11. Currently, they are 10th in the league table and with the arrival of Jose Mourinho, they’ll be looking forward to turning things around. He has a huge challenge ahead of him.

 

5. Arsenal FC – 662 points

Matches: 355

Wins: 194

Goal Difference: + 257

Arsenal has 662 Premier League points in this decade. They have no league titles in this decade. They constantly finished in the top four till 2015/16 season but have fallen off the pace, finishing fifth and sixth since then. Even in this list Arsenal are not in the top 4. Currently, they are 8th in the league table with 18 points.

 

4. Liverpool FC – 662 points

Matches: 355

Wins: 192

Goal Difference: +286

Liverpool have 662 Premier League points since the start of the 2010/11 season. They have been a force to reckon with since the appointment of Jurgen Klopp. Since the 2015/16 season, they’ve consistently finished in the top four. They came close to winning the league in 2013/14 and 2018/19 but finished second to Manchester City both the times. This season they have an eight-point lead to the top and have extended their unbeaten run to 30 games after a 2-1 win at Crystal Palace.

 

3. Chelsea FC – 690 points

Matches: 355

Wins: 204

Goal Difference: +291

Chelsea have 690 points in the Premier League this decade. The won the league title in 2014/15 and 2016/17 seasons. Under new manager and Chelsea Legend Frank Lampard, the team will hope to develop into league challengers soon. Currently, they are 4th in the league table and are on course for a top-four finish in 2019/20.

 

2. Manchester United – 691 points

Matches: 355

Wins: 203

Goal Difference: +280

Manchester United have 691 Premier League points in this decade. They won the league title in 2010/11 and 2012/13 and were very close to winning it in 2012. But since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement, they have made it top-four just two times. Currently, they are 9th in the league table and a top-four place looks unlikely.

 

1. Manchester City – 773 points

Matches: 355

Wins: 238

Goal Difference: +478

Manchester City have 773 points in the Premier League since the start of the 2010/11 season. They won the Premier League in 2011/12, 2013/14, 2017/18 and 2018/19. They have been the most successful team in this decade. Since 2010, City have never finished lower than fourth in the PL, making them the most consistent team in England. Currently, they are 3rd in the league table, 9 points behind leaders Liverpool.


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