Premier League Table — PL 2023-24 Standings

The Premier League’s 2023-24 season is well underway, as Manchester City seeks a fourth-straight Premier League crown.

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That’s never been done, and only increases the hunger and probability that someone puts the 2022-23 treble winners under serious duress at some point this season.

Liverpool is atop the Premier League table at the moment, with Arsenal, Aston Villa, and Man City leading a crowded field of chasers.

There’s a massive scrap for elbow room atop the table, but City is definitely the club looming large with reputation and experience.

Last season

Here is a link to the Premier League table from the 2022-23 season, as Manchester City surged to a third-straight Premier League title after Arsenal led the way for most of the campaign.

Who are the title, European contenders?

Arsenal, Liverpool, and several others will fancy their chances of pushing City as the year progresses, while Tottenham is currently right there in the mix with Aston Villa. Brighton and Newcastle United were and are hopeful but the schedule congestion and depth tests that go with European campaigns seem a big ask.

Relegation scrappers and rebuilders

New boys Luton Town, Burnley, and Sheffield United will be fighting to stay in the Premier League, while Manchester United and Chelsea aim to rebuild their top-four statuses.

Will Everton be relegated?

After being given a 10-point deduction for breaching the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules, Everton’s promising start to the season evaporated and they dropped into the relegation places. Can Sean Dyche guide the Toffees to safety? He has Everton above the line and rising.

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Which American players are in the Premier League this season?

We’ll update the 2023-24 Premier League table in this space all season, as American fans sees which of their USMNT players can finish highest on the table amongst Matt Turner and Ethan Horvath (Nottingham Forest), Auston Trusty (Sheffield United), Tyler Adams (Bournemouth) and both Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson of Fulham. Burnley’s Luca Koleosho is USMNT-eligible and represented the U.S. at the U-15 level but has since represented Italy at two youth levels.

Premier League 2023-24 Table — Standings as of Dec. 30, 2023

Place — Club — W-D-L — GF-GA — GD — Points

  1. Liverpool — 12-6-1 — 39-16 — +23 — 42
  2. Aston Villa — 13-3-4 — 43-27 — +16 — 42
  3. Man City —12-4-3 — 45-21 — +24 —40
  4. Arsenal — 12-4-3 — 36-18 — +18 — 40
  5. Tottenham — 11-3-5 — 39-28 — +11 — 36
  6. West Ham — 10-3-6 — 33-30 — +3 — 33
  7. Man Utd — 10-1-9 — 22-27 — -5 — 31
  8. Brighton — 8-6-5 — 38-33 — +5 — 30
  9. Newcastle — 9-2-8 — 37-25 — +12 — 29
  10. Chelsea — 8-4-8 — 34-31 — +3 — 28
  11. Wolves – 8-4-8 — 30-31 — -1 — 28
  12. Bournemouth — 7-4-7 — 27-32 — -5 — 25
  13. Crystal Palace — 5-6-9 — 22-29 — -7 — 21
  14. Fulham — 6-3-10 — 26-34 — -8 — 21
  15. N Forest — 5-5-10 — 24-35 — -11 — 20
  16. Brentford — 5-4-10 — 26-31 — -5 — 19
  17. Everton — 8-2-10 — 24-28 — -4 — 16**
  18. Luton Town — 4-3-12 — 23-37 — -14 — 15
  19. Burnley — 3-2-15 — 20-41 — -21 — 11
  20. Sheffield Utd — 2-3-15 — 15-49 — -34 — 9
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**Everton was penalized with a 10-point deduction for breaching the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules.