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The Premier League table based on points clubs have picked up in the last five seasons

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A lot has changed in the past five seasons.

In the 2014/15 season, Chelsea were the best team in England, managing to win the title by eight points under Jose Mourinho.

However, they weren't able to produce the same form the following season, with Leicester City producing one of the biggest shocks in football history by winning the title.

Fast forward a few seasons and it appears Manchester City are now the dominant force in English football.

They became the first team in the Premier League era to win the title with 100 points last season, and they are now well placed to win the trophy this campaign.

But have they been the best team in the Premier League over the past five campaigns?

We have tallied up the points gathered in the Premier League by the teams currently in the division.

And here's how the table looks...

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So it appears Man City have accumulated the most points in England's top tier over the past five seasons.

Interestingly, despite not winning a title, Tottenham's consistency puts them in second place, just in front of Chelsea.

Liverpool secure fourth, just one point more than bitter rivals Manchester United.

Finishing in sixth is Arsenal, a further three points back from United.

Crystal Palace have accumulated the least points out of every team to feature in each of the last five Premier League seasons, having earned 202.

All the way down the bottom is Fulham, who have earned just 17 points.

For a full breakdown of the amount of points every team to feature in the last five Premier League seasons has earned, look below...

*The amount of points each team has achieved in the 2018/19 season is accurate as of February 20

1) Manchester City 

2018/19* = 65
2017/18 = 100
2016/17 = 78
2015/16 = 66
2014/15 = 79
Total: 388

Manchester City won the title again in the 2017/18 season

2) Tottenham Hotspur

2018/19 = 60
2017/18 = 77
2016/17 = 86
2015/16 = 70
2014/15 = 64
Total: 357

3) Chelsea

2018/19 = 50
2017/18 = 70
2016/17 = 93
2015/16 = 50
2014/15 = 87
Total: 350

Eden Hazard helped Chelsea win the Premier League in 2015 and 2017

4) Liverpool

2018/19 = 65
2017/18 = 75
2016/17 = 76
2015/16 = 60
2014/15 = 62
Total: 338

5) Manchester United

2018/19 = 51
2017/18 = 81
2016/17 = 69
2015/16 = 66
2014/15 = 70
Total: 337

David de Gea in action for Manchester United

6) Arsenal

2018/19 = 50
2017/18 = 63 
2016/17 = 75
2015/16 = 71
2014/15 = 75
Total: 334

7) Leicester City

2018/19 = 32
2017/18 = 47
2016/17 = 44
2015/16 = 81
2014/15 = 41
Total: 245

Leicester won the Premier League in 2016

8) Everton

2018/19 = 33
2017/18 = 49
2016/17 = 61
2015/16 = 47
2014/15 = 47
Total: 237

9=) West Ham United

2018/19 = 33
2017/18 = 42
2016/17 = 45
2015/16 = 62
2014/15 = 47
Total: 229

West Ham have been the ninth best club in the Premier League over the past five seasons

9=) Southampton

2018/19 = 24
2017/18 = 36
2016/17 = 46
2015/16 = 63
2014/15 = 60
Total: 229

11) Crystal Palace

2018/19 = 27
2017/18 = 44
2016/17 = 41
2015/16 = 42
2014/15 = 48
Total: 202

Wilfried Zaha in action for Crystal Palace

12) Stoke City

2018/19 = N/A
2017/18 = 33
2016/17 = 44
2015/16 = 51
2014/15 = 54
Total: 182

13) Swansea City

2018/19 = N/A
2017/18 = 33
2016/17 = 41
2015/16 = 47
2014/15 = 56
Total: 177

Alfie Mawson during his time with Swansea City

14) Bournemouth

2018/19 = 33
2017/18 = 44
2016/17 = 46
2015/16 = 42
2014/15 = N/A
Total: 165

15=) Watford

2018/19 = 37
2017/18 = 41
2016/17 = 40
2015/16 = 45
2014/15 = N/A
Total: 163

Nathaniel Chalobah of Watford

15=) West Bromwich Albion

2018/19 = N/A
2017/18 = 31
2016/17 = 45
2015/16 = 43
2014/15 = 44
Total: 163

17) Burnley

2018/19 = 27
2017/18 = 54
2016/17 = 40
2015/16 = N/A
2014/15 = 33
Total: 154

Ben Mee has been an integral figure for Burnley since signing in 2012

18) Newcastle United

2018/19 = 25
2017/18 = 44
2016/17 = N/A
2015/16 = 37
2014/15 = 39
Total: 145

19) Sunderland

2018/19 = N/A
2017/18 = N/A
2016/17 = 24
2015/16 = 39
2014/15 = 38
Total: 101

Jack Rodwell in action for Sunderland in 2015

20) Hull City

2018/19 = N/A
2017/18 = N/A
2016/17 = 34
2015/16 = N/A
2014/15 = 35
Total: 69

21) Brighton & Hove Albion

2018/19 = 27
2017/18 = 40
2016/17 = N/A
2015/16 = N/A
2014/15 = N/A
Total: 67

Glenn Murray's goals have kept Brighton in the Premier League

22) Aston Villa

2018/19 = N/A
2017/18 = N/A
2016/17 = N/A
2015/16 = 17
2014/15 = 38
Total: 55

23) Huddersfield Town

2018/19 = 11
2017/18 = 37
2016/17 = N/A
2015/16 = N/A
2014/15 = N/A
Total: 48

Christopher Schindler in action for Huddersfield

24) Wolverhampton Wanderers

2018/19 = 39
2017/18 = N/A
2016/17 = N/A
2015/16 = N/A
2014/15 = N/A
Total: 39

25) Norwich City

2018/19 = N/A
2017/18 = N/A
2016/17 = N/A
2015/16 = 34
2014/15 = N/A
Total: 34

Robbie Brady features for Norwich in the 2015/16 season

26) Queens Park Rangers

2018/19 = N/A
2017/18 = N/A
2016/17 = N/A
2015/16 = N/A
2014/15 = 30
Total: 30

27) Middlesborough

2018/19 = N/A
2017/18 = N/A
2016/17 = 28
2015/16 = N/A
2014/15 = N/A
Total: 28

Middlesbrough suffered relegation in the 2016/17 season

28) Cardiff City

2018/19 = 25
2017/18 = N/A
2016/17 = N/A
2015/16 = N/A
2014/15 = N/A
Total: 25

29) Fulham

2018/19 = 17
2017/18 = N/A
2016/17 = N/A
2015/16 = N/A
2014/15 = N/A
Total: 17

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