Premier League 2023 calendar year table: Aston Villa's shock position compared to Liverpool, Man Utd, Newcastle United and Brighton

Here's how the Premier League table looks for the calendar year of 2023 - with all 23 teams ranked by total points and goal difference.

Aston Villa enjoyed a record-breaking 2023, surpassing the expectations of absolutely everybody - whether that be Unai Emery, the supporters, the players, or other onlookers. A remarkable 26 Premier League wins were recorded, while it was a total of 32 victories across all competitions.

As it stands, the Villans are second in the Premier League for the 2023/24 season but Emery refuses to claim his side are contenders for even the top seven, let alone the title. Pundits and fans across the country are starting to see Villa as a serious threat, however, as their achievements certainly can't go down as a fluke.

Villa weren't the only side to impress in 2023 as the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Brighton & Hove Albion, Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers also succeeded a great deal. Wolves, for instance, improved massively to become a steady mid-table side again.

Other clubs didn't have a good time of it, though, including Manchester United, Chelsea, Everton, Crystal Palace, Burnley and Sheffield United. Relegated sides Leicester City, Leeds United and Southampton are also in that conversation despite dropping to the Championship many months ago.

But how do all 23 teams rank up against one another for total points throughout the calendar year of 2023? Including some big shocks at both ends of the table, here's a full run-through.

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