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Welcome to our English Premier League ladder for the 2021-2022 season. This leaderboard is updated after each match and is an easy way to find the latest EPL standings and table updates. The Premier League consists of 20 clubs, with promotion and relegation with the English Football League, thus the teams can change from season to season. Currently, the EPL consists of Arsenal, Aston Villa, Brentford, Brighton & Hove Albion, Burnley, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leeds United, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Norwich City, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, Watford, West Ham United, and the Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The ladder keeps track of matches played, wins, draws, losses, goals for, goals against, goal difference, and points. These changes are reflected after each match in order to give you the latest EPL ladder and standings.
Use this tool to take stock of the English Premier League season to date, predict the future, and aid your sports betting. You can find relevant promotions on the page for a number of bookmakers who can take your English Premier League bets.
The EPL is a world-leading professional football or soccer league. It is the pinnacle of English Football and is noted for some of the best competition in the world. The EPL is played most days but the majority of match days are Sundays and Mondays.
Games are played at; Anfield, Arsenal Stadium, Ayresome Park, Baseball Ground, bet365 Stadium, Bloomfield Road, Boleyn Ground, Boundary Park, Bramall Lane, Brentford Community Stadium, Burnden Park, Cardiff City Stadium, Carrow Road, City Ground, City of Manchester Stadium, County Ground, Craven Cottage, Dean Court, The Dell, DW Stadium, Elland Road, Emirates Stadium, Ewood Park, Falmer Stadium, Filbert Street, Fratton Park, Goodison Park, The Hawthorns, Highfield Road, Hillsborough Stadium, King Power Stadium, Kirklees Stadium, Liberty Stadium, Loftus Road, London Stadium, Madejski Stadium, Maine Road, MKM Stadium, Molineux Stadium, Oakwell, Old Trafford, Portman Road, Pride Park Stadium, Riverside Stadium, Roker Park, St Andrew’s, St James’ Park, St Mary’s Stadium, Selhurst Park, Stadium of Light, Stamford Bridge, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Turf Moor, University of Bolton Stadium, The Valley, Valley Parade, Vicarage Road, Ville Park, Wembley Stadium, and White Hart Lane.