English Premier League table 2023/24: Updated EPL standings as Arsenal lead Man City and Liverpool

Matchday 13 of the Premier League began with a 1-1 draw between the top two, Manchester City and Liverpool, at the Etihad Stadium.

A late equaliser from Trent Alexander-Arnold meant there remains just a point between the champions and Jurgen Klopp’s Reds. It was also a boost for Arsenal ahead of their match with Brentford later on November 25, which ended in a 1-0 win for the Gunners.

Elsewhere this weekend, Chelsea were trounced by an injury-hit Newcastle United, while Nottingham Forest lost a thriller to Brighton & Hove Albion and Bournemouth piled more misery on struggling Sheffield United.

On Sunday, Manchester United recorded a 3-0 win over Everton with Alejandro Garnacho scoring a goal of the season contender.

Aston Villa also picked up an impressive 2-1 win away at Tottenham.

The Sporting News will update the table below and break down each of the key races throughout the 2023/24 season.

MORE: Check out the updated list of top goal scorers in the Premier League for the 2023/24 season

English Premier League table 2023/24


Updated on Tuesday, November 28, 2023.

Pos Team Points Matches
1. Arsenal 30 13 27 +17
2. Man City 29 13 33 +20
3. Liverpool 28 13 28 +17
4. Aston Villa 28 13 31 +14
5. Tottenham 26 13 25 +8
6. Man United 24 13 16 0
7. Newcastle 23 13 31 +17
8. Brighton 22 13 28 +5
9. West Ham 20 13 23 0
10. Chelsea 16 13 22 +2
11. Brentford 16 13 19 +1
12. Wolves 15 13 18 -5
13. Crystal Palace 15 13 13 -4
14. Fulham 15 13 13 -9
15. Nottingham Forest 13 13 16 -5
16. Bournemouth 12 13 11 -14
17. Luton Town 9 13 12 -11
18. Sheff. United 5 13 11 -23
19. Everton* 4 13 14 -6
20. Burnley 4 13 10 -22

*Deducted 10 points for being found to have breached profit and sustainability rules.

MORE: Predicting every club’s position in the table in 2023/24

Premier League title 2023/24

Before the season started, Manchester City were the heavy favourites to repeat as Premier League champions for the fourth straight season, and the most serious challenge could once again come from Arsenal, according to most sportsbooks.

Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, and Newcastle United were deemed the most likely to press that duo, with Chelsea the only one in the group that does not have to worry about European cup competitions after failing to qualify last season.

Odds below as of August 10, 2023, prior to the start of the Premier League season.

Club BetMGM

Man City -150 8/11 1.80 1.73
Arsenal +450 5/1 6.00 5.50
Liverpool +800 7/1 9.00 8.50
Man United +1000 11/1 12.00 11.00
Chelsea +1200 18/1 17.00 15.00
Newcastle +1600 20/1 19.00 17.00

MORE: What is the Premier League all-time points record?

Champions League spots, European places 2023/24

The big news in 2023/24 is that there’s a scenario in which the Premier League could see the top five teams all qualify for the UEFA Champions League if England finishes as one of the top two performing nations in European club cup competitions.

If the FA Cup winner or Carabao Cup winner finish in the top four, the European cup berth that accompanies that title would go to the next team in the Premier League standings not already qualified for Europe.

MORE: Premier League top scorers in 2023/24

Premier League European places in 2023/24:

  • Champions League berths (4 or 5): Top 4 or Top 5 places
  • Europa League berths (2): 5th or 6th place + FA Cup winner
  • Conference League qualifying berth (1): Carabao Cup winner

MORE: In-depth look as to how European places are decided in 2023/24

Premier League relegation 2023/24

According to the sportsbooks prior to the start of the season, there were eight teams that stood out as candidates to finish in the bottom three places and suffer relegation down to the English second-tier Championship.

Luton Town, who were the last team to win promotion to the Premier League via last season’s Championship playoff final, were the team deemed most likely to finish in the bottom three.

Fellow promoted side Sheffield United were not too far behind, while the third promoted club, Burnley, were tipped to survive based on their longer preseason odds.

Meanwhile, supporters of Everton, Wolves, Bournemouth, and Nottingham Forest were projected to be in for another nail-biting season.

Odds below as of August 10, 2023, prior to the start of the Premier League season.

Club BetMGM
Luton Town -275 1/3 1.33 1.33
Sheffield United -175 8/13 1.65 1.60
Wolves +225 2/1 3.75 3.25
Nott’m Forest +225 9/4 3.50 3.50
Bournemouth +275 3/1 3.00 3.00
Everton +300 3/1 3.75 4.00
Fulham +350 7/2 4.50 4.60
Burnley +350 7/2 3.50 3.50

The bottom three teams on May 19, 2024 will be relegated to the second-tier Championship.

Premier League 2023/24 TV channels, live streams

Region TV Streaming
Australia Optus Sport

Fubo Canada

Hong Kong Now TV
India Star Sports Disney+, Hotstar,
Malaysia Astro SuperSport Astro Go
New Zealand Sky Sport Sky Sport Now,
Sky Go
Singapore StarHub StarHub TV+
UK Sky Sports, TNT Sports NOW TV, Sky Go,
Amazon Prime
USA USA Network,
Telemundo, Universo
Fubo, Peacock

UK: Matches are carried across Sky Sports and TNT Sports 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 Fubo. The rest of the matches are streamed on NBC platform Peacock for subscribers.

Canada: Every Premier League game this season is live streaming exclusively via Fubo in Canada, with discounts currently at more than 9% for annual plans and more than 20% for quarterly and monthly plans. 

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream every match live and on demand on Optus Sport.

India: Star Sports network has the rights to show Premier League matches in India. As well as an English broadcast on Star Sports Select, select matches will be available via regional feeds on Star Sports 3 (in Bengali, English, Kannada, Malayalam), Star Sports 1 (Bangla) and Star Sports 1 (Tamil).


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