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Check Out The 20 Greatest Premier League Sides Of All Time According To Their Points Total

There have been many great sides in the history of the Premier League. These teams have a very effective starting eleven and bench.

When talking about some of the greatest sides in the Premier League in recent times, one team that comes to mind is Liverpool. They have been incredible this season and they truly deserve the Premier League title they won.

However, Liverpool's loss to Arsenal on Wednesday meant they could no longer break Manchester City's Premier League record of reaching 100 points. Manchester City reached an impressive 100 points during the 2017/2018 campaign.

According to GiveMeSport, the following are the rankings of the greatest Premier League sides of all time according to their points total. It must be noted that in the case of teams which have the same points, then goal difference would be used settle positions. Here is the ranking of 20 of the best Premier League sides:

20. Tottenham 2016/2017 (86 points)

19. Manchester City 2013/2014 (86 points)

18. Chelsea 2009/2010 (86 points)

17. Chelsea 2014/2015 (87 points)

16. Arsenal 2001/2002 (87 points)

15. Manchester United 2007/2008 (87 points)

14. Manchester United 2012/2013 (89 points)

13. Manchester United 2006/2007 (89 points)

12. Manchester United 2011/2012 (89 points)

11. Manchester City 2011/2012 (89 points)

10. Manchester United 2008/2009 (90 points)

9. Arsenal 2003/2004 (90 points)

8. Chelsea 2005/2006 (91 points)

7. Manchester United 1999-2000 (91 points)

6. Liverpool 2019/2020 (93 points after 36 games)

5. Chelsea 2016/2017 (93 points)

4. Chelsea 2004/2005 (95 points)

3. Liverpool 2018/2019 (97 points)

2. Manchester City 2018/2019 (98 points)

1. Manchester City 2017/2018 (100 points)


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