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The seven highest points totals in Premier League history

byHarry Diamond23/05/2022, 08:001Comment

Manchester City are Premier League champions once again, with Pep Guardiolas side securing a fourth title in five seasons on a thrilling final day of action.

The Premier League has witnessed some truly fine footballing sides throughout its existence and the modern Manchester City are among the best, but arguments persist over the divisions greatest ever team.

Some use retaining titles as the yardstick, whilst others prefer win records and points totals. Whilst some say that a record points total suggests an uncompetitive league, others will argue that it is the sign a truly great team.

Here are the seven teams with the highest points totals inPremier Leaguehistory.

The newly-crowned champions needed 93 points to retain their Premier League crown this season, edging out Liverpool by just a single point in the title race.

Pep Guardiolas team lost three games all season in another fine campaign for City, whose sustained success is building a case for being declared the Premier Leagues greatest team.

City led the league for goals scored with 99 and boasted the divisions joint-best defence alongside Liverpool, a combination that ensured the Premier League title remains at the Etihad for another season at least.

Their title win was sealed in thrilling fashion, as City two goals down against Aston Villa with just 14 minutes remaining turned the game around to win in a stunning climax at the Etihad.

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With Erling Haaland set to arrive this summer, we could be set for more domestic dominance in the blue half of Manchester.

Chelsea appointed Antonio Conte as manager in the summer of 2016, after the club had just finished the previous season 10th (10th!?) in the Premier League.

Few expected the Blues to challenge, but the Italians tactics galvanised the squad as they romped to the Premier League title.

A 3-0 thrashing at Arsenal saw the former Juventus manager famously switch to a back three, and the tweak brought stunning success with a 13-match winning run.

Contes debut season saw Chelsea clinch their 5th Premier League title and included breaking records for the fewest draws in a season (3), consecutive wins (13) and most wins in a season (30).

If you announce yourself as The Special One in your introduction to English football, you better have some substance to back your claim.

Thankfully, for Jose Mourinho and Chelsea, the Portuguese manager had just that.

Roman Abramovich had spent big, though Mourinho delivered with a debut season at Stamford Bridge of stunning success, lifting Chelseas first league title in 50 years.

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Along the way the club broke a whole host of records, losing just once and conceding a Premier League record low of just 15 goals.

Incredibly the only side to feature on this list and not win the title, Liverpool missed out on the Premier League by just a single point during the 2018/19 season, despite boasting a points tally that would have crowned the Reds champions in all but one of the divisions previous campaigns.

Jurgen Klopps side became the first team in history to win as many as 30 games in a league season and not secure the title, whilst no side had previously lost just one game in a top flight season and not been crowned champions.

That sole defeat came via the finest of margins away at Manchester City, the side who pipped them to the Premier League crown.

That aforementioned Manchester City side sit third in the rankings of the highest ever Premier League points totals, after another superb season saw Pep Guardiolas side secure back-to-back league titles.

City registered a joint record of 32 league wins throughout the campaign, including finishing the season with a phenomenal run of 14 consecutive victories to overhaul Liverpool and be crowned champions by just a single point.

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