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

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The English Premier League features 20 teams and runs from August through May
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Arsenal are guaranteed to be top of the table at Christmas regardless of their result against Wolves on Saturday.

Manchester City's shock 2-1 home defeat to Brentford means the Gunners will have a five-point lead going into the World Cup if they can win at Molineux. The Bees, meanwhile, are into the top 10.

Newcastle United will hope to close the gap on City in second by beating Chelsea at St James' Park, while Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United will also bid to end the first part of this truncated season with a victory.

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 Sunday, November 13

Pos Team Points Matches
Played
Goals
Scored
Goal
Difference
Next Match
1. Arsenal 37 14 33 +22 WHU, Dec. 26
2. Manchester City 32 14 40 +26 @ LEE, Dec. 28
3. Newcastle 30 15 29 +18 @ LEI, Dec. 26
4. Tottenham 29 15 31 +10 @ BRT, Dec. 26
5. Manchester United 26 14 20 0 vs. NFO, Dec. 27
6. Liverpool 22 14 28 +11 @ AVL, Dec. 26
7. Brighton 21 14 23 +4 @ SOU, Dec. 26
8. Chelsea 21 14 17 0 vs. BOU, Dec. 27
9. Fulham 19 15 24 -2 @ CRY, Dec. 26
10. Brentford 19 15 23 -2 vs. TOT, Dec. 26
11. Crystal Palace 19 14 15 -3 vs. FUL, Dec. 26
12. Aston Villa 18 15 16 -6 vs. Liv, Dec. 26
13. Leicester City 17 14 25 0 vs. NEW, Dec. 26
14. Bournemouth 16 15 18 -14 @ CHE, Dec. 27
15. Leeds United 15 14 22 -4 vs. MCI, Dec. 28
16. West Ham 14 15 12 -5 @ ARS, Dec. 26
17. Everton 14 15 11 -6 vs. WOL, Dec. 26
18. Nottingham Forest 13 15 11 -19 @ MNU, Dec. 29
19. Southampton 12 15 13 -14 vs. BRI, Dec. 26
20. Wolves 10 14 8 -16 @. EVE, Dec. 26

Premier League title race

Manchester City and Arsenal continue to go back and forth atop the table. City reclaimed the lead temporarily with a last-gasp win over Fulham while a man down but were leap-frogged again by Arsenal as the Gunners pulled out a win at Stamford Bridge. Their defeat to Brentford allowed the Gunners to move five points clear by winning at Wolves.

Newcastle flipped above Tottenham into third, while both still appear to be the next echelon of challengers despite Man City manager Pep Guardiola hyping up five teams in a recent interview.

Pos Team Points Matches
Played
Goals
Scored
Goal
Difference
Next Match
1. Arsenal 34 13 31 +20 @ WOL, Nov. 12
2. Manchester City 32 14 40 +26 @ LEE, Dec. 28
3. Tottenham 29 15 31 +10 @ BRT, Dec. 26
4. Newcastle 27 14 28 +17 vs. CHE, Nov. 12

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Champions League places & European places

The names that are the biggest surprises in the race for European places are Newcastle (4th) and Brighton (6th) as they continue their push up the table and one of them could nip a Champions League berth by season's end.

Manchester United also look like they have what it takes to make a top-four push, while Liverpool have serious ground to make up in 9th place.

Only the top four make it into the Champions League. Teams that finish 5th through 7th have a shot at Europa League and Conference League berths.

Pos Team Points Matches
Played
Goals
Scored
Goal
Difference
Next Match
1. Arsenal 34 13 31 +20 @ WOL, Nov. 12
2. Manchester City 32 14 40 +26 @ LEE, Dec. 28
3. Tottenham 29 15 31 +10 @ BRT, Dec. 26
4. Newcastle 27 14 28 +17 vs. CHE, Nov. 12
5. Manchester United 23 12 17 +1 @ FUL, Nov. 13
6. Liverpool 22 14 28 +11 @ AVL, Dec. 26
7. Brighton 21 13 22 +5 vs. AVL, Nov. 13
8. Chelsea 21 13 17 +1 @ NEW, Nov. 12
9. Fulham 19 14 23 -1 vs. MUN, Nov. 13

Premier League relegation

It's a jam of teams at the bottom of the Premier League with eight teams within four points of each other.

The pressure to avoid the drop has already seen new managers taking over at Aston Villa (Unai Emery) and Bournemouth (Gary O'Neil - interim), with Julen Lopetegui assuming the reins at Wolves during the World Cup break.

Nottingham Forest have kept faith with Steve Cooper, and Leicester are still backing Brendan Rodgers as they've won three of their last four to extricate themselves from the bottom three. Ralph Hasenhuttl's job security at Southampton has been called into question in the media as the Saints have fallen into the relegation zone.

Pos Team Points Matches Played Goals Scored Goal Difference Next Match
13. Bournemouth 16 15 18 -14 @ CHE, Dec. 27
14. Leeds United 15 14 22 -4 vs. MCI, Dec. 28
15. Aston Villa 15 14 14 -7 @ BRI, Nov. 13
16. West Ham 14 15 12 -5 @ ARS, Dec. 26
17. Everton 14 15 11 -6 vs. WOL, Dec. 26
18. Nottingham Forest 13 15 11 -19 @ MNU, Dec. 29
19. Southampton 12 15 13 -14 vs. BRI, Dec. 26
20. Wolves 10 14 8 -14 vs. ARS, Nov. 12

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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Kyle Bonn is a soccer content producer for The Sporting News.
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