Only six teams have been crowned Premier League champions since its inception in 1992, but which of them leads the league's all-time table?
Click through the gallery above to see the top 10 teams in the Premier League's all-time table.
Manchester United have lifted the league trophy 13 times, while Chelsea (5), Arsenal (3), Manchester City (2), Blackburn Rovers (1) and Leicester City (1) are the other winners.
Somewhat surprisingly, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur have never lifted the title in the Premier League era, with the Reds' last top-flight trophy coming in 1989/90, and Spurs' even further back, in 1960/61.
Having won the title in 13 out of 24 attempts since 1992, it does not surprise that United also lead the Premier League's all-time table.
They have played 976 matches, including Tuesday's 4-2 win over Watford, and collected 2053 points, as calculated by League of Leagues.
The Red Devils are followed by Arsenal, who have also been in the league throughout all 25 campaigns (including 2017/18) so far and collected 1850 points, while Chelsea sit in third spot with 1818 points.
Liverpool (1703 points) and Spurs (1471 points) complete the top five. Everton are the only other team among the top 10 who have also been a member of the league in all 25 seasons since 1992, and the Toffees sit in sixth spot with 1339 points.
Aston Villa (1223 points), Manchester City (1211 points), who were absent for five years from the Premier League, Newcastle United (1198 points) and West Ham United (1014 points) complete the top 10 teams in the Premier League's all-time table between 1992 and today.
Overall, though, Liverpool lead the all-time table of England's top tier football, including the Football League First Division, between 1888 and 1992.
The research by League of Leagues also points out that Chelsea have spent, with £1.48 billion (R27 billion), the most overall since 1992, followed by City with £1.32 billion (R24 billion), and United with £1.24 billion (R23 billion). However, City have the highest net spent with £964 million.
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