English Premier League 2023.. Table of teams and scorers

English Premier League 2023.. Table of teams and scorers
English Premier League 2023.. Table of teams and scorers

English Premier League clubs are preparing for the return of Premier League matches, as part of the thirty-sixth round of the league this season.

Manchester City was snatched at the top of the English Premier League from Arsenal, so that the English Premier League will increase the flames and excitement of the title this season.

Manchester City occupies the top of the league with 82 points, Arsenal occupies second place with 81 points, while Liverpool came in fifth place with 62 points and seeks to improve its position in the league table in the current season.

The English football stars also continue their preparation for the return of the league matches, specifically the scorers of the clubs participating in the tournament, who are planning to snatch the title of top scorer in the tournament this season.

Erling Haaland, the Manchester City star, still maintains the title of top scorer in the Premier League so far, while Harry Kane, the star of Tottenham, occupies second place, as Mohamed Salah, the fourth-placed Liverpool star, and Marcus Rashford, the fifth-placed Manchester United star, aspire to compete for the top scorer title this season.

The English Premier League standings table comes before the thirty-fifth round matches as follows:

1 – Manchester City, 82 points.
2 – Arsenal, 81 points.
3 – Newcastle United, 65 points.
4 – Manchester United, 63 points.
5 – Liverpool, 62 points.
6 – Tottenham, 57 points.
7 – Brighton, 55 points.
8 – Aston Villa, 54 points.
9 – Brentford 50 points.
10 – Fulham 48 points.
11 – Chelsea, 42 points.
12 – Crystal Palace, 40 points.
13 – Wolverhampton 40 points.
14 – Bournemouth, 39 points.
15 – West Ham United, 37 points.
16 – Nottingham Forest, 33 points.
17 – Everton, 32 points.
18 – Leicester City, 30 points.
19 – Leeds United, 30 points.
20 – Southampton 24 points.

The English Premier League top scorer table in the current season so far:

1 – Erling Haaland – Manchester City – 35 goals

2 – Harry Kane – Tottenham – 26 goals

3 – Evan Toney – Brentford – 20 goals
4 – Mohamed Salah – Liverpool – 19 goals
5 – Marcus Rashford – Manchester United – 16 goals

6 – Kalium Wilson – Newcastle United – 15 goals

7 – Gabriel Martinelli – Arsenal – 15 goals

8 – Martin Odegaard – Arsenal – 15 goals

9 – Ollie Watkins – Aston Villa – 14 goals

10 – Bukayo Saka – Arsenal – 13 goals