Premier League returns this weekend with some mouth-watering fixtures. Manchester United will welcome Wolves at Old Trafford. Tottenham and Manchester City will travel to face Brighton and Cardiff respectively. Liverpool will try to make it six out of six when they take on Southampton at Anfield. Arsenal and Chelsea play on Sunday against Everton and West Ham. Today, we want to look at five teams leading the all-time wins table in the Premier League since 1992.
5. Tottenham Hotspurs- 426 League Wins
— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) September 20, 2018
Tottenham Hotspurs is limping at the moment. The London side has no place to call home and their form is running away from them. They have lost 3 matches since that famous win at Old Trafford but Mauricio Pochetino says all is calm. Brighton will not be a pushover this weekend as they try to record their 427th win in the League away from home. Harry Kane is struggling at the moment and the pundits think he is burning out due to lack of rest.
4. Liverpool- 504 League Wins
Tottenham 1-2 Liverpool FT:
Jurgen Klopp's side beat Spurs at Wembley to maintain their 100% Premier League record this season. pic.twitter.com/XK4iFlqwPo
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) September 15, 2018
The haters can go hang but Jurgen Klopp train will continue to rumble. Liverpool is enjoying another special season in Premier League. The Reds are yet to lift a single title but Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, and Sadio Mane have made them the second most entertaining team in the division. They thrashed Tottenham 2-1 at Wembley last weekend, then 3-2 against PSG in Europe on Tuesday. This weekend, they can push their all-time wins tally to 504 with a win against Southampton at Anfield.
3. Chelsea- 542 League Wins
FULL-TIME Chelsea 4-1 Cardiff
— Premier League (@premierleague) September 15, 2018
Maurizio Sarri style of football is working magic. The Blues are yet to lose a single match in any competition so far this season. On Thursday, they thrashed Greek side PAOK 1-0 away from home. The next challenge for the Londoners is a short trip to West Ham United. If they maintain this momentum, they can overtake Arsenal on this list of wins soon. The 4-1 win against Cardiff last weekend pushed their all-time tally to 542 wins.