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If you’re looking for the 2022-23 Premier League table, you’ve come to the right place.

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After the break for the 2022 World Cup, the Premier League returned with a bang and the start of 2023 brought a lot of fun and continued until the business end of the season.

Now we’re approaching the last few weeks of the campaign, it’s so tight up and down the Premier League table.

Who looks like title contenders and/or favourites?

UPDATE: Manchester City are officially champions – again, again – for the third season in a row.

As we enter the final weeks of the 2022-23 season, Manchester City are now in pole position after Arsenal’s title chance collapsed. During the season, Manchester United briefly came into the picture, but fell back and now Arsenal.

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The Gunners stumbled down and Erling Haaland and Co. not keeping up, as he took the Premier League by storm with an almost impossible goalscoring record. City are now in control and Arsenal’s title hopes are all but over.

What about the top four and European places?

Newcastle have secured a place in the Champions League and Manchester United are one point away. Liverpool are alive and lurking should Man Utd lose, and unbalanced Tottenham seem to have carved out a niche somewhere in Europe.

Fifth and sixth places in the Premier League are UEFA Europa League spots, while seventh place is UEFA Europa Conference League qualification if:

  • a) If the FA Cup winners finish in the top five of the Premier League, their place in the UEFA Europa League group stage goes to the second highest-ranked team not to have qualified for UEFA competitions in the Premier League.
  • b) If the League Cup winners finish in the top five of the Premier League (or top six if (a) happens), their UEFA Europa Conference League playoff place goes to the second highest ranked team not qualified for UEFA competitions in the Premier League.

Brentford and Brighton are also hanging around with nice campaigns, while Unai Emery’s improved Aston Villa are also on the hunt. Will one or two of them surprise and qualify for Europe?

Also, if West Ham win the UEFA Europa Conference League, they will automatically qualify for the Europa League group stage next season and that will not affect European places in the Premier League. So there could be up to eight Premier League teams in Europe next season, with four in the Champions League, three in the Europa League and one in the Europa Conference League.

Who are the candidates for relegation?

Southampton are relegated, but there is so much going on with the other two relegation spots.

Leeds United and Leicester City currently occupy the other two relegation places, but that keeps changing and it’s so tight at the bottom of the table. Everton picked up a late point in match week 37, but the Toffees remain in a precarious position heading into Championship Sunday (vs Bournemouth).

West Ham are clear of the bottom three and Crystal Palace, Wolves, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest are all safe.

The race to stay in the Premier League has been bubbling throughout the season and has now intensified into what has been one of the craziest relegation remnants in Premier League history.

Below you will find the latest Premier League table.

Premier League Table – May 22

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