The all-time Premier League table based on points-per-game has been calculated

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Who is the greatest side in Premier League history?

One of Manchester United’s 13 title-winning sides? Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’? Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea? The record-breaking Manchester City? Or this season’s Liverpool?

They all have genuine arguments to take the crown.

But let’s forget about the best side and consider who the Premier League’s best club is.

How do you decide the best clubs over the course of 28 seasons? Well, quite easily actually.

TalkSPORT have carried out research and worked out every single Premier League club’s points-per-game ratio.

And it’s created a 1st-49th league table.

Let’s take a look:

49. Huddersfield – 0.70
48. Swindon – 0.71
47. Bradford – 0.82
46. Cardiff – 0.84
45. Hull – 0.90
44. Barnsley – 0.92
43. Watford – 0.99
42. Brighton – 1.00
41. Sunderland – 1.02
40. West Brom – 1.02

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39. Blackpool – 1.03
38. Derby – 1.03
37. Reading – 1.04
36. Oldham – 1.06
35. Wolves – 1.08
34. Burnley – 1.08
33. Wigan – 1.09
32. Norwich – 1.10
31. QPR – 1.11
30. Ipswich – 1.11

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29. Crystal Palace – 1.12
28. Bournemouth – 1.13
27. Birmingham – 1.13
26. Portsmouth – 1.14
25. Fulham – 1.15
24. Coventry – 1.16
23. Middlesbrough – 1.16
22. Bolton – 1.16
21. Sheffield United – 1.17
20. Swansea – 1.17

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19. Charlton – 1.19
18. Southampton – 1.20
17. Stoke – 1.20
16. Nottingham Forest – 1.21
15. West Ham – 1.23
14. Wimbledon – 1.24
13. Sheffield Wednesday – 1.24
12. Leicester – 1.25
11. Aston Villa – 1.31
10. Everton – 1.37

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9. Newcastle – 1.38
8. Blackburn – 1.40
7. Leeds – 1.48
6. Tottenham – 1.53
5. Manchester City – 1.63
4. Liverpool – 1.81
3. Chelsea – 1.85
2. Arsenal – 1.87
1. Manchester United – 2.07

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Of course, considering their 13 Premier League titles, United top the all-time points-per-game table.

Interestingly, though, despite both Manchester City (four) and Chelsea (five) winning more titles than Arsenal (three), the Gunners occupy second place. Chelsea and Liverpool make up the top four.

Championship sides Leeds (7th) and Blackburn (8th) are surprisingly high - although the latter did win the league back in 1994/95.

At the other end of the table, Huddersfield are officially the worst side in Premier League history. Derby may hold the unwanted record of picking up just 11 points in 2007/08 but Huddersfield went down last season with just 16 points.

That gives them a worse points-per-game ratio than Swindon Town, who won just five matches from their 42 back in 1993/94, conceding 100 goals.

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