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Our Premier League Profit & Loss tables shows you how much each team would have returned had you backed them to win every game with £10 level stakes. You'll be able to spot who has been providing the best value over the course of the campaign.

The table below ranks all 20 Premier League sides based on profitability, with Number 1 being the most profitable.

Using the tabs, you can select to see data based on ‘Overall‘ results (Home & Away form combined), ‘Home‘ results (home form only), and ‘Away‘ results (away form only). The data is updated every day.


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    PD – The total number of ‘Matches Played‘ during the season so far.

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    P/L – Total profit or loss if £10 was staked on this team to win every game.

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    ROI (Return on Investment) – Total profit or loss as a % of total stakes if £10 was staked on this team to win every game.

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As mentioned earlier, the Profit & Loss (P/L) statistics are calculated as if you were to back each team to win every game with £10 stakes, using odds from bet365. The data is then added together cumulatively throughout the season to give the total profit or loss each team would have generated.

ROI (Return On Investment) is calculated by dividing the total Profit/Loss by the number of matches played, and then converted into a percentage.

The English Premier League has provided years of live sporting action that have allowed records, stats, and forms to accumulate. By analysing past leagues, you can see trends and patterns that'll help you to make better-informed wagers to hopefully get a return on your investment.

Average Number of Goals Scored in Premier League Match Stats

SeasonMatches PlayedGoals ScoredAverage Goals per Game

Since 1992, the average number of goals per game works out to be 2.65 goals. As can be seen from the table above, the average goals per game in the Premier League in the last 10 years is 2.75, and the highest goals per game was in the 2018/19 season.

Premier League Champions – Historical Home Win Percentage Stats

SeasonChampionsHome Win Percentage
2018/19Manchester City95%
2017/18Manchester City84%
2015/16Leicester City63%
2013/14Manchester City89%
2012/13Manchester United84%
2011/12Manchester City95%
2010/11Manchester United95%

The Premier League has a historical home win percentage of 46.2%. Teams that go on to win the Premier League have always had to rely on home advantage, so it’s not surprising that there are many high percentages here.

Premier League Champions – Historical Away Win Percentage Stats

SeasonChampionsAway Win Percentage
2018/19Manchester City74%
2017/18Manchester City84%
2015/16Leicester City58%
2013/14Manchester City53%
2012/13Manchester United63%
2011/12Manchester City53%
2010/11Manchester United26%

The stats show us that 26.32% of the time, the away team will win. This stat has climbed higher and higher as the decade has progressed, with the champions winning away from home almost 79.3% of the time.

Premier League Champions – Historical Totals Draw Percentage Stats

SeasonChampionsGames Tied
2018/19Manchester City2
2017/18Manchester City4
2015/16Leicester City12
2013/14Manchester City5
2012/13Manchester United5
2011/12Manchester City5
2010/11Manchester United11

In the Premier League, a draw occurs roughly 27.5% of the time. In 2011, Manchester United drew 11 times on their way to the title. With the exception of Leicester in 2016, the Premier League champions often go on to draw relatively few games.

Average Number of Points per Match for the Premier League Winner Stats

SeasonChampionsPoints TallyAverage Points per Match
2018/19Manchester City982.6
2017/18Manchester City1002.63
2015/16Leicester City812.13
2013/14Manchester City862.26
2012/13Manchester United892.34
2011/12Manchester City892.34
2010/11Manchester United802.10

The average number of points to win the Premier League is 86.9, a figure that has risen steadily in the last ten years. Over the past ten years, the average number of points per match picked up by the eventual champions stands at 2.34.

Most Wins in a Premier League Season Stats

These stats have been rising year by year, as Manchester City under Pep Guardiola, and Liverpool under Jürgen Klopp, have raised the standard of Premier League football.

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    35 – Manchester City (2018/19)

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    32 – Manchester City (2017/18)

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    30 – Liverpool (2018/19)

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    30 – Chelsea (2016/17)

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    27 – Manchester City (2013/14)

Top 5 Highest Number of Points to Win the Premier League Stats

In 2018/19, Liverpool recorded the most amount of points in a season, without winning the title, with 97, beating all but one of the top 5 highest title-winning points tallies listed below.

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    100 – Manchester City (2017/18)

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    95 – Chelsea (2004/05)

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    93 – Chelsea (2016/17)

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    91 – Manchester United (1999/2000)

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    91 – Chelsea (2005/06)

Top 5 Lowest Amounts of Points to Win the Premier League Stats

Considering how Manchester United dominated the Premier League around the turn of the century, it’s surprising that they also posted four out of the top five lowest title-winning points tallies around that time too.

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    75 – Manchester United (1996/97)

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    78 – Arsenal (1997/98)

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    79 – Manchester United (1998/99)

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    80 – Manchester United (2000/01)

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    80 – Manchester United (2010/11)

Highest Amount of Points for Relegation Stats

While it brings no such guarantees, it's generally accepted that the accumulation of 40 points is considered to be the sweet spot required to avoid the drop.

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    42 – West Ham United (2002/03)

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    40 – Bolton Wanders (1997/98)

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    40 – Sunderland (1996/97)

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    39 – Birmingham City (2010/11)

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    39 – Sheffield United (2006/07)

Top 5 Fewest Losses in a Premier League Season Stats

In 2003/04, Arsenal, under the charge of Arsène Wenger, famously went the entire season without losing a single match.

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    0 – Arsenal (2003/04)

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    1 – Liverpool (2018/19)

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    1 – Chelsea (2004/05)

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    2 – Manchester City (2017/18)

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    3 – Leicester City (2015/16)

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    3 – Manchester United (1998/99 and 1999/00)

Past Premier League Winners Table

2019/20LiverpoolManchester City
2018/19Manchester CityLiverpool
2017/18Manchester CityManchester United
2016/17ChelseaTottenham Hotspur
2015/16Leicester CityArsenal
2014/15ChelseaManchester City
2013/14Manchester CityLiverpool
2012/13Manchester UnitedManchester City
2011/12Manchester CityManchester United
2010/11Manchester UnitedChelsea
2009/10ChelseaManchester United
2008/09Manchester UnitedLiverpool
2007/08Manchester UnitedChelsea
2006/07Manchester UnitedChelsea
2005/06ChelseaManchester United
2002/03Manchester UnitedArsenal
2000/01Manchester UnitedArsenal
1999/2000Manchester UnitedArsenal

Stats will help with any sport, providing a totally objective, unbiased, data-backed point of view, and are presented in an easily understandable manner.

Knowledge Is Power

Collecting as much data and relevant event statistics is the best possible way to beat the bookies – the fresher, the better. You can use the tables above to find out what happened in the last matches played and, most importantly, understand why things played out the way they did. Utilising these latest stats will prove to be one of the key factors in your successful betting.

The Bookies Use Stats Too

When the bookies are drawing up their betting odds for an event, they use the very same Football Premier League stats above to draft their odds based on probabilities and likelihood of outcomes. These outcomes are based on historical data drawn from previous events that allow the bookmaker to predict what might happen, in order to price it up accordingly and, of course, in their favour, what we refer to as overround.

Stats based on Premier League history not only provides real, unbiased analysis into what has happened in the past, but can also be used to predict what may occur in the future.

Yes, unquestionably! We really can’t understate how useful stats can be from a punter’s perspective.

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