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EPL table 2022/23: Updated English Premier League standings and relegation survival

Arsenal reclaimed first place after defeating Nottingham Forest on Sunday, but Manchester City is starting to look menacing in the title race.

Following their thrilling victory at Bournemouth, Tottenham are now just three points off the lead, and Newcastle are closing quickly, sitting only five points behind the leaders.

Meanwhile,  Manchester United can enter the fray with a victory over West Ham on Sunday.

In the meantime, Graham Potter lost his first game in charge of Chelsea 4-1 to his old team, Brighton.

Leeds, who are at the bottom of the standings, achieved the weekend’s biggest victory when they defeated Liverpool for the first time in more than 21 years.

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

English Premier League table 2022/23

Updated as of Sunday, October 30.

Pos Team Points Matches
Played
Goals
Scored
Goal
Difference
Next Match
1. Arsenal 31 12 30 +19 @ CHE, Nov. 6
2. Manchester City 29 12 37 +26 vs. FUL, Nov. 5
3. Tottenham 26 13 26 +10 vs. LIV, Nov. 6
4. Newcastle 24 13 24 +14 @ SOU, Nov. 6
5. Manchester United 23 12 17 +1 @ AVL, Nov. 6
6. Chelsea 21 12 17 +2 vs. ARS, Nov. 6
7. Fulham 19 13 22 +1 @ MCI, Nov. 5
8. Brighton 18 12 19 +4 @ WOL, Nov. 5
9. Liverpool 16 12 23 +8 @ TOT, Nov. 6
10. Crystal Palace 16 12 13 -3 @ WHU, Nov. 6
11. Brentford 15 13 19 -3 @ NOT, Nov. 5
12. Everton 14 13 11 -1 vs. LEI, Nov. 5
13. West Ham 14 13 11 -2 vs. CRY, Nov. 6
14. Bournemouth 13 13 12 -16 @ LEE, Nov. 5
15. Leeds United 12 12 14 -4 vs. BOU, Nov. 5
16. Aston Villa 12 13 11 -9 vs. MUN, Nov. 6
17. Southampton 12 13 11 -9 vs. NEW, Nov. 6
18. Leicester City 11 13 21 -4 @ EVE, Nov. 5
19. Wolves 10 13 6 -13 vs. BRI, Nov. 5
20. Nottingham Forest 9 13 8 -20 vs. BRE, Nov. 5

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