Premier League Table

#TeamMatchesWinsDrawsLossesGoalsPoints
1.Premier League Table (17/18)

Manchester City

383242106:27100
2.Manchester United Badge

Manchester United

38256768:2881
3.Tottenham Hotspur Badge

Tottenham Hotspur

38238774:3677
4.Liverpool Badge

Liverpool

382112584:3875
5.Chelsea Badge

Chelsea

382171062:3870
6.Arsenal Badge

Arsenal

381961374:5163
7.Burnley Badge

Burnley

3814121236:3954
8.Everton Badge

Everton

3813101544:5849
9.Leicester Badge

Leicester City

3812111556:6047
10.Newcastle Badge

Newcastle

381281839:4744
11.Crystal Palace Badge

Crystal Palace

3811111645:5544
12.Bournemouth Badge

Bournemouth

3811111645:6144
13.West Ham Badge

West Ham

3810121648:6842
14.Watford Badge

Watford

381181944:6441
15.Brighton Badge

Brighton

389131634:5440
16.Huddersfield Badge

Huddersfield

389101928:5837
17.Southampton Badge

Southampton

387151637:5636
18.Swansea Badge

Swansea City

38892128:5633
19.Stoke City Badge

Stoke City

387121935:6833
20.West Bromwich Albion Badge

West Brom

386131931:5631
Team/PositionMatchesPoints

1. Manchester City

38100

2. Manchester United

3881

3. Spurs

3877

4. Liverpool

3875

5. Chelsea

3870

6. Arsenal

3863

7. Burnley

3854

8. Everton

3849

9. Leicester City

3847

10. Newcastle

3844

11. Crystal Palace

3844

12. Bournemouth

3844

13. West Ham

3842

14.Watford

3841

15. Brighton

3840

16. Huddersfield

3837

17. Southampton

3836

18. Swansea

3833

19. Stoke

3831

20. West Brom

3831

The 2017/18 Premier League season has been a fantastic campaign for Spurs and for the wider football community. As the season comes to an end we bid farewell to those teams who couldn’t quite manage to stay up and welcome new entrants into the league ahead of the new season in August.

This year the fate of the three Premier League clubs have been sealed. West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City, and Stoke City will play in the Sky Bet Championship next year, whilst Wolverhampton Wanderers and Cardiff City will take their place as Premier League patrons. It is down to the clubs battling in the Championship playoffs – Fulham, Aston Villa, Middlesbrough, and Derby – to compete for that final Premier League place.