All-time Premier League table ranks Aston Villa, Man Utd, Liverpool, Newcastle United, Sunderland and rivals by total points since 1992 - gallery
The new Premier League season is well underway and there have already been some outstanding fixtures for supporters up and down the country – as well as all over the world – to relish.
Fans must be patient to see more action, though, as the November international break is now underway and it will halt fixtures for around two weeks.
What the interval does provide, however, is a good opportunity to have a recount of the all-time Premier League standings, including how West Midlands sides Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers fare.
With Luton Town as the latest, 51 teams have competed in the English top tier since 1992. Here's how they all compare for total points earned, from the least to the most.
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