The Premier League prize money Aston Villa are set to earn compared to Arsenal, Spurs & Brighton - gallery

Here are the staggering prize money totals every team in the Premier League is set to receive at the end of the 2022/23 season.

Aston Villa are now just one victory away from finishing in the top seven of the Premier League and qualifying for the Europa Conference League after earning a vital point away at Liverpool on Saturday. The Villans have a tough task ahead against Brighton & Hove Albion but are in the driving seat ahead of Tottenham Hotspur.

Currently in seventh place, Villa have been completely revamped as a football club under Unai Emery’s management. The men in claret and blue were in a relegation battle when the former Arsenal head coach took over from Steven Gerrard but they are now on the brink of playing in Europe.

Not only has the prospect of facing teams on the nearby continent become a serious possibility, but every position Villa have gained has increased the prize money for the end of the campaign. Every team in the division receives a TV rights payment of around £84 million - plus more for additional appearances - and then extra for the final standings.

But how much exactly are the Villans likely to receive compared to other sides in the Premier League? Based on last season’s prize money totals and adding on the television revenue, here are the rough amounts all 20 teams would likely receive if they finish where they are currently – from least to most.

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