English Premier League 23/24
20 Clubs - Round 38/38
# Team Pld W D L Goals GF GA GD Pts Last 5 matches
1 Manchester City 38 28 7 3 96:34 96 34 62 91
2 Arsenal 38 28 5 5 91:29 91 29 62 89
3 Liverpool 38 24 10 4 86:41 86 41 45 82
4 Aston Villa 38 20 8 10 76:61 76 61 15 68
5 Tottenham Hotspur 38 20 6 12 74:61 74 61 13 66
6 Chelsea 38 18 9 11 77:63 77 63 14 63
7 Newcastle United 38 18 6 14 85:62 85 62 23 60
8 Manchester United 38 18 6 14 57:58 57 58 -1 60
9 West Ham United 38 14 10 14 60:74 60 74 -14 52
10 Crystal Palace 38 13 10 15 57:58 57 58 -1 49
11 Brighton & Hove Albion 38 12 12 14 55:62 55 62 -7 48
12 AFC Bournemouth 38 13 9 16 54:67 54 67 -13 48
13 Fulham 38 13 8 17 55:61 55 61 -6 47
14 Wolverhampton Wanderers 38 13 7 18 50:65 50 65 -15 46
15 Everton 38 13 9 16 40:51 40 51 -11 40
16 Brentford 38 10 9 19 56:65 56 65 -9 39
17 Nottingham Forest 38 9 9 20 49:67 49 67 -18 32
18 Luton Town 38 6 8 24 52:85 52 85 -33 26
19 Burnley 38 5 9 24 41:78 41 78 -37 24
20 Sheffield United 38 3 7 28 35:104 35 104 -69 16
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The league's standings give us the first indication to many team stats. Our table is fantastic for finding out who’s playing best, scoring the most goals, conceding the least, and much more.

The highlight of the table is the form stat, which shows how each club played in their previous five matches.

A team on a high is more likely to push harder to keep up their form, while a team getting battered every week may be unable to get out of the rut.

You may also want to see the Premier League home and away stats as teams typically play better at home. Check out our Premier League stats and trends guide for a more in-depth understanding.

English Premier League Fixtures

Looking ahead in fixtures is vital for outright betting, and with so many variables each week, context is key.

Fulham will likely play defensively against Arsenal, but are expected to adopt a more attacking mindset when up against Sheffield United. This means they’re likely to score more in the latter but more likely to commit fouls and receive cards in the former.

If you’re searching for the best odds guaranteed, we’ve got you covered. Our fixtures include just that, so you always get the most bang for your buck. You can toggle by round and switch the odds format as well.

With more than 20 markets for player stats markets available, you can further divide them by team and position. What's more, most of the markets are perfect for in-play betting. Let's take a look at a few examples.

Goalscorers – Since goals aren’t always a given, betting on a goalscorer can yield decent odds — unless you’re betting on Erling Haaland. For any other player, finding out whether they are a team’s primary goalscorer or if they take penalties for their club should give you a better indication of whether you should bet on them, and how.

PlayerShotsGoalsChances Missed
Erling Haaland1303628
Mohammed Salah1251920
Callum Wilson731816
Gabriel Martinelli79156

The table above shows stats from last season’s Premier League’s top performers.

Card betting – This is great for both player and team bets. Some players get more yellows than others, and may be good value for accumulator betting.

Assists – Players like Kevin de Bruyne and Bruno Fernandes are great shouts for providing assists. You can also use these stats as an indication of how many goals are being scored.

Mix & Match Stats – Taking a holistic approach to research is by far the best way to make predictions.

For example, if a team concedes many freekicks, you may want to look out for yellow card stats for that team, especially if the game is officiated by a ref prone to booking players. With that said, make sure to check our Premier League referee stats for more insight. Additionally, you may consider checking whether there are any freekick specialists on the opposing team who are more likely to score due to having more chances.

The Premier League transfer of Harry Kane to Bayern Munich means that there aren’t any current players in the top 10 — Alan Shearer can breathe a sigh of relief.

The all-time top scorer from the pool of players still in the Premier League is Mo Salah with 143 goals (as of 04/10/2023).

Alan Shearer260
Harry Kane213
Wayne Rooney208
Andrew Cole187
Sergio Aguero184
Frank Lampard177
Thierry Henry175
Robbie Fowler163
Jermain Defoe162
Michael Owen150
Top scorers from the Premier League era (1992 – 04/10/2023)

Premier League Goalkeeper Stats

A great shot stopper is often the difference between a club being title challengers to title winners — just look at Liverpool after they bought Alisson!

Some of the best keepers on the planet grace our shores, and goalkeeper stats have become more crucial than ever when betting.

Reflecting on previous seasons, notable goalkeepers like Ederson, Alisson, and David De Gea have clinched these awards on multiple occasions, highlighting the fact that the very best are able to consistently produce clean-sheet-worthy performances — a perfect indicator for player clean sheet betting.

Here is a list of the previous golden glove winners:

SeasonPlayer/sNo. of Clean Sheets
2022/23David De Gea17
2021/22Ederson & Alisson20

If you’re looking for depth, this is the place to be with over 35 different markets to go through, including both teams to score, half and full time results over/under stats, draws, and corners, to name but a few.

You may think that past matches don’t affect future games, but in reality, teams tend to follow a pattern. If, for instance, a team is scoring many goals but conceding a lot as well, a BTTS bet might be your best pick.

Finding standout stats will give you opportunities to place more informed and dependable wagers. With such a wide array of statistics at your disposal, you’re truly spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing what to bet on!

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Finding league predictors could also be a way to enhance your betting arsenal, and sites such as Kickform.com offer just that — data-driven predictions with interesting results.

Most Successful Premier League Teams

Since its rebranding in 1992, the Premier League has seen seven teams crowned champions, with Manchester United winning the most titles.

Manchester United131992-93, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2002-03, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2010-11, 2012-13
Manchester City72011-12, 2013-14, 2017-18, 2018-19, 2020-21, 2021-22, 2022-23
Chelsea52004-05, 2005-06, 2009-10, 2014-15, 2016-17
Arsenal31997-98, 2001-02, 2003-04
Blackburn Rovers11994-95
Leicester City12015-16

Recent Premier League Winners

The Premier League trophy has been handed out to only six teams in the past 20 years, and the dominance of the big six means that most teams will have an empty spot in their trophy cabinet for a long time.

2023Manchester CityArsenal
2022Manchester CityLiverpool
2021Manchester CityManchester United
2020LiverpoolManchester City
2019Manchester CityLiverpool
2018Manchester CityManchester United
2016Leicester CityArsenal
2015ChelseaManchester City
2014Manchester CityLiverpool
2013Manchester UnitedManchester City
2012Manchester CityManchester United
2011Manchester UnitedChelsea
2010ChelseaManchester United
2009Manchester UnitedLiverpool
2008Manchester UnitedChelsea
2007Manchester UnitedChelsea
2006ChelseaManchester United
2003Manchester UnitedArsenal
2001Manchester UnitedArsenal
2000Manchester UnitedArsenal


The FA Premier League was formed in early 1992. English football was in disarray, with stadiums crumbling, hooliganism rampant, and the on-field action lagging behind the rest of Europe.


By the following August, 22 clubs, all of whom had resigned from the Football League in May that year, kicked off the new Premier League season. Back then known internationally as “The Premiership”, the competition was rebranded in 2007 to the Premier League. Today, it is known as the English Premier League, or the EPL for short.

The first Premier League match broadcast live saw Nottingham Forest beat Liverpool, while the league's first goal was scored by Brian Deane of Sheffield United in a 2-1 win against Manchester United.


In 1995, the number of teams competing in the Premier League was reduced to 20, which remains the same today.


Since the 2000s, the global profile of the league has expanded rapidly. This has led to more lucrative sponsorship deals, making the division one of the richest on the planet today, with the team finishing in last place still receiving more funds than the Serie A champions!

In recent times, Manchester City’s dominance has been unrivalled by anyone else since Ferguson’s United. With five titles in six years, City are among the best in the Premier League era.

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Having said all this, many fans feel uncertain about the future of the EPL. As the coming years see a potential influx of billionaire investors, smaller clubs may find themselves further and further away from ever reaching glory. Newcastle’s rapid rise is testimony to this, and the gulf only seems to be getting bigger with smaller clubs unable to enjoy sustained success.

Statistics make the betting world go round, and knowing how to take advantage of our Premier League stats page is one of the best ways to add value to your bets. Don’t be afraid to be creative as you could dig up some hidden gems!

The all-time Premier League goalscorer is Alan Shearer, who amassed 260 goals in his time with Newcastle and Blackburn Rovers.

Looking back to last season, Manchester City and Newcastle only conceded 33 goals, while Manchester United kept the most clean sheets with 17.

It’s the Alan Shearer show as he also tops the Premier League’s goal contribution charts with 324 (260 goals and 64 assists). The all-time top assists holder is Ryan Giggs with 162 assists.

Shearer will forever be a Premier League great — he’s the record holder for most goals without penalties with 204 goals, and he’s also the record holder for penalty goals with 56.

WRITTEN BY Jeremy Sant Fournier View all posts by Jeremy Sant Fournier

If there’s one thing Jeremy loves, it’s sports. A football fanatic at heart, Jeremy can always been found watching, playing or talking about sports. It’s in his blood, and with a keen interest in sports betting, sports writing is a match made in heaven.

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