Premier League Table

2018/19

Find out how the Premier League Table is shaping up in the 2018/19 season

PositionTeamMatchesWinsDrawsLossesGoals For:AgainstPointsForm
1.Manchester City Badge

Manchester City

35292489:2289W W W W W
2.Liverpool Badge

Liverpool

35277179:2088W W W W W
3.Tottenham Hotspur Badge

Tottenham Hotspur

352311165:3570W L W W L
4.Chelsea Badge

Chelsea

35207859:3867D L W W W
5.Arsenal Badge

Arsenal

35206969:4666L L W L W
6.Manchester United Badge

Manchester United

35197963:5064L L W L W
7.Wolves Badge

Wolves

351491244:4351W D L W L
8.Watford Badge

Watford

351481350:5050D W L W L
9.Everton Badge

Everton

351471450:4449W L W W W
10.Leicester City Badge

Leicester City

351461548:4748D L W W W
11.West Ham Badge

West Ham

351271644:5443D L L L W
12.Crystal Palace Badge

Crystal Palace

351261743:4842W L W L W
13.Newcastle Badge

Newcastle

351181635:4441W W L L D
14.Bournemouth Badge

Bournemouth

351251849:6241L W L L D
15.Burnley Badge

Burnley

351171744:6240D W W W L
16.Southampton Badge

Southampton

359101641:5837D L W L W
17.Brighton Badge

Brighton

35971932:5434L D L L L
18.Cardiff City Badge

Cardiff City

35942230:6531L W L L L
19.Fulham Badge

Fulham

35652433:7623W W L L L
20.Huddersfield Badge

Huddersfield

35352720:6914L L L L L
Team/PositionMatchesPoints

1. Manchester City

3589

2. Liverpool

3588

3. Tottenham Hotspur

3570

4. Chelsea

3567

5. Arsenal

3566

6. Manchester United

3564

7. Wolves

3551

8. Watford

3550

9. Everton

3549

10. Leicester City

3548

11. West Ham

3543

12. Crystal Palace

3542

13. Newcastle

3541

14. Bournemouth

3541

15. Burnley

3540

16. Southampton

3537

17. Brighton

3534

18. Cardiff City

3531

19. Fulham

3523

20. Huddersfield

3514

Spurs have finished in the top three in each of their last three seasons in the Premier League.

Last season Spurs finished in 3rd position with 77 points. They won 23 and drew 7 of their 38 Premier League games. Harry Kane was top goalscorer with 30 goals and also made the most Premier League appearance for Spurs with 37 along with Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-Min.

In the 2016/17 season Spurs finished in second place accumulating 86 points. Spurs were also the highest scorers in the league that season with 86 goals and conceded the fewest amount of goals with just 26 being scored against them. Harry Kane won the Premier League Golden Boot with 29 goals.

In 2015/16 Spurs again finished in third place with 70 points. Harry Kane was the top goalscorer in the league with 25 goals and featured in every game along with Toby Alderweireld. It was the first time that Spurs finished in the top four since the 2011/12 season