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Check out The 4 Teams That Have Accumulated At Least 2000 Points In The Premier League Since 1992

Since breaking away from the first division in 1992, the English Premier League has developed into one of the most revered in world football. With fans favorite teams such as Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, the league commands a tremendous number of supporters around the globe and that's why every player desires to feature in.

However, when Brentford made their debut earlier this season, they became the 50th team to feature in the Premier league since its formation 29 years ago. Of the 50 clubs to have played in the top flight, take a look at the four teams that have accumulated at least 2000 points so far;

4- Liverpool (2031 Points)

With 14 points amassed after seven games, the Reds are fourth on the list with 2031 points in the top flight till date. Seeing that they have 31 more matches to play this campaign, that tally is certainly going to increase.

3- Chelsea (2080 Points)

The Blues are currently top of the league with 16 points which adds to their previous tally of 2064 to make it 2080 points accumulated so far. 

2- Arsenal (2082 Points)

Despite not enjoying positive results in their last two campaigns, the Gunners have still managed to stay ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea on the point chart.

1- Manchester United (2322 Points)

The Red contingent of Manchester tops the list and are 240 points clear of second place team Arsenal. It will take a club really special to displace them at the summit of the point chart.

Needful to say that the aforementioned teams are among the six clubs that has never been relegated from the top flight since 1992, Tottenham Hotspurs and Everton are the other two. But unlike the rest, Spurs and the Toffees are still below the 2000 point mark.

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