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Where do Norwich City rank in the all-time Premier League table?

Norwich City look set for a Friday night return to action Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City look set for a Friday night return to action Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Paul Chesterton

Norwich City’s all-time Premier League position has been revealed.

Talksport have used a points per game calculation for each of the 49 teams who have played in the top flight since its inception in 1992-93.

And while City are currently two divisions higher than old foes Ipswich Town, they are below them in the overall table – but not by much.

The Canaries are 32nd, with a PPG of 1.10, while Town are two places higher, in 30th, with a PPG of 1.11.

Manchester United, with 13 Premier League titles to their name, top the table with a PPG average of 2.07.

Arsenal sit second with 1.87 PPG, Chelsea third with 1.85 PPG, this season’s champions-elect Liverpool are fourth with 1.81 PPG and Manchester City round out the top five on 1.63 PPG.

Huddersfield Town, who were relegated from the top flight after a single season in 2018/19, prop up the all-time table with a measly 0.70 PPG.

While City are bottom of the current Premier League table, they do at least have a chance to improve their record: Town haven’t been in the top flight since 2001-02 and are currently 10th in League One.

Grant Holt scoring against Liverpool at Anfield Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images LtdGrant Holt scoring against Liverpool at Anfield Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

All-time Premier League table based on PPG

1) Manchester United - 2.07

2) Arsenal - 1.87

David Phillips, Mark Robins and  Chris Sutton in the 1992-3 season Pictuire: ArchantDavid Phillips, Mark Robins and Chris Sutton in the 1992-3 season Pictuire: Archant

3) Chelsea - 1.85

4) Liverpool - 1.81

5) Manchester City - 1.63

6) Tottenham - 1.53

7) Leeds - 1.48

8) Blackburn - 1.40

9) Newcastle - 1.38

10) Everton - 1.37

11) Aston Villa - 1.31

12) Leicester - 1.25

13) Sheffield Wednesday - 1.24

14) Wimbledon - 1.24

15) West Ham - 1.23

16) Nottingham Forest - 1.21

17) Stoke - 1.20

18) Southampton - 1.20

19) Charlton -1.19

20) Swansea - 1.17

21) Sheffield United - 1.17

22) Bolton - 1.16

23) Middlesbrough - 1.16

24) Coventry - 1.16

25) Fulham - 1.15

26) Portsmouth - 1.14

27) Birmingham - 1.13

28) Bournemouth - 1.13

29) Crystal Palace - 1.12

30) Ipswich - 1.11

31) QPR - 1.11

32) Norwich - 1.10

33) Wigan - 1.09

34) Burnley - 1.08

35) Wolves - 1.08

36) Oldham - 1.06

37) Reading - 1.04

38) Derby - 1.03

39) Blackpool - 1.03

40) West Brom - 1.02

41) Sunderland - 1.02

42) Brighton - 1.00

43) Watford - 0.99

44) Barnsley - 0.92

45) Hull - 0.90

46) Cardiff - 0.84

47) Bradford - 0.82

48) Swindon - 0.71

49) Huddersfield - 0.70


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