English Premier League table 2022/23: Updated EPL standings and race for title, Champions League places, and relegation survival


Arsenal continue to march on with 15 victories in their 18 league matches played thus far and another top team will attempt to trip them up on Sunday when third-place Manchester United visit the Emirates.

Both Manchester clubs are eight points away, with Manchester City having the chance to move to five points with a victory over Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday.

Newcastle are a long win streak away from being in the hunt as well, but they’ll need to prove it again with a trip to Crystal Palace on Saturday. 

We’re at midseason, but this coming weekend features a handful of desperation battles. The winner between Liverpool and Chelsea will still harbor top-four dreams, while the loser of the West Ham vs. Everton bottom-half match could see their manager fired. Bournemouth vs. Nottingham Forest is a fascinating battle between promoted sides with Leeds eager for the full three points at home to Brentford. 

Below is the full Premier League table followed by a snapshot of each race.

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English Premier League table 2022/23

Updated as of Wednesday, January 17.

Pos Team Points Matches
Played
Goals
Scored
Goal
Difference
Next Match
1. Arsenal 47 18 42 +28 vs. MUN, Jan. 22
2. Man City 39 18 46 +28 vs TOT, Jan. 19
3. Man United 39 19 30 +8 @ ARS, Jan. 22
4. Newcastle 38 19 33 +22 @ CRY, Jan. 21
5. Tottenham 33 19 37 +10 @ MCI, Jan. 19
6. Fulham 31 20 28 +3 vs. TOT, Jan. 23
7. Brighton 30 18 35 +10 @ LEI, Jan. 21
8. Brentford 29 19 32 +4 @ LEE, Jan. 22
9. Liverpool 28 18 34 +9 vs. CHE, Jan. 21
10. Chelsea 28 19 22 +1 @ LIV, Jan. 21
11. Aston Villa 25 19 22 -5 @ SOU, Jan. 21
12. Crystal Palace 23 19 18 -9 vs. NEW, Jan. 21
13. Nott’m Forest 20 19 15 -19 @ BOU, Jan. 21
14. Leeds United 17 18 26 -7 vs. BRE, Jan. 22
15. Leicester City 17 19 26 -7 vs. BRI, Jan. 21
16. Wolves 17 19 12 -15 @ MCI, Jan. 22
17. Bournemouth 16 19 18 -23 vs. NOT, Jan. 21
18. West Ham 15 19 15 -10 vs. EVE, Jan. 21
19. Everton 15 19 15 -11 @ WHU, Jan. 21
20. Southampton 15 19 17 -17 vs. AVL, Jan. 21

Premier League title race

If Arsenal can beat Manchester United on Sunday they will take another massive step toward their first Premier League title since 2004 and virtually eliminate one of the potential challengers.

Both Manchester City and Manchester United are eight points behind the Gunners with a full half season left to play. A Manchester United victory at the Emirates would leave the race wide open.

Pos Team Points Matches
Played
Goals
Scored
Goal
Difference
Next Match
1. Arsenal 47 18 42 +28 vs. MUN, Jan. 22
2. Man City 39 18 46 +28 vs TOT, Jan. 19
3. Man United 39 19 30 +8 @ ARS, Jan. 22
4. Newcastle 38 19 33 +22 @ CRY, Jan. 21

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Champions League places & European places

The names that are the biggest surprises in the race for European places are Newcastle (fourth), Fulham (sixth), Brighton (seventh), and Brentford (eighth), with the Magpies looking like good bets to nip a Champions League berth by season’s end.

Manchester United also look like they have what it takes to stay in the top four, as they continue to stay ahead of chasers Tottenham, Liverpool, and Chelsea, all big clubs who are desperate to ensure they don’t miss out on qualifying for the Champions League.

Only the top four make it into the Champions League. Teams that finish fifth through seventh have a shot at Europa League and Conference League berths depending upon who wins the English domestic cup competitions.

Pos Team Points Matches
Played
Goals
Scored
Goal
Difference
Next Match
1. Arsenal 47 18 42 +28 vs. MUN, Jan. 22
2. Man City 39 18 46 +28 vs TOT, Jan. 19
3. Man United 39 19 30 +8 @ ARS, Jan. 22
4. Newcastle 38 19 33 +22 @ CRY, Jan. 21
5. Tottenham 33 19 37 +10 @ MCI, Jan. 19
6. Fulham 31 20 28 +3 vs. TOT, Jan. 23
7. Brighton 30 18 35 +10 @ LEI, Jan. 21
8. Brentford 29 19 32 +4 @ LEE, Jan. 22
9. Liverpool 28 18 34 +9 vs. CHE, Jan. 21
10. Chelsea 28 19 22 +1 @ LIV, Jan. 21

Premier League relegation

It’s a real jumble of teams at the bottom of the Premier League with seven teams separated by just two points with several bottom clubs making up ground against those above them.

Last-place Southampton, Wolves, and Nottingham Forest all secured massive victories, and Forest are even up to 13th by virtue of their win over rivals Leicester City.

Meanwhile, it’s trouble for West Ham, Everton, and Leicester City, clubs who had great aspirations for 2022/23, but now their well-respected managers are all under fire.

Pos Team Points Matches Played Goals Scored Goal Difference Next Match
14. Leeds United 17 18 26 -7 vs. BRE, Jan. 22
15. Leicester City 17 19 26 -7 vs. BRI, Jan. 21
16. Wolves 17 19 12 -15 @ MCI, Jan. 22
17. Bournemouth 16 19 18 -23 vs. NOT, Jan. 21
18. West Ham 15 19 15 -10 vs. EVE, Jan. 21
19. Everton 15 19 15 -11 @ WHU, Jan. 21
20. Southampton 15 19 17 -17 vs. AVL, Jan. 21

The bottom three teams on May 28, 2023 will be relegated to the second-tier Championship.

Premier League 2022/23 TV channels, live streams

  UK USA Canada Australia
TV channel Sky Sports, BT Sport USA Network, Telemundo, Universo
Streaming NOW TV, Sky Go, Amazon Prime fuboTV, Peacock fuboTV Canada Optus Sport

UK: Matches are carried across Sky Sports and BT Sport streaming and TV platforms, with select matches on Amazon Prime.

USA: Select matches are televised on USA Network (English) and Telemundo or Universo (Spanish), and all three channels can be streamed on fuboTV. The rest of the matches are streamed on NBC platform Peacock for subscribers.

Canada: Every Premier League game streams live and on demand exclusively via fuboTV.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream matches live and on demand on Optus Sport

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