They may not have won the title in eight years, but Manchester United top the all-time Premier League table.
As the Premier League enters its 30th season, United have 13 titles to their name and have amassed a massive 2,308 points, the majority
talkSPORT have done the maths and Arsenal are second with 2,072 points, thanks largely to their success under Arsene Wenger, who led them to top-four finishes in all but two of his 22 seasons in charge.
The Gunners are only eight points ahead of third-placed Chelsea, while Liverpool are fourth, way clear of Tottenham in fifth.
Having spent several years outside of the top flight, Manchester City are sixth despite playing 190 Premier League games fewer than Everton who sit one point behind. City have accrued 443 in five seasons under Pep Guardiola.
Blackburn, champions in 1994/95, are 12th despite falling out of the Premier League in 2012, while Sunderland and Bolton are still inside the top 20 despite their tumble down the football pyramid into League One and Two respectively in recent years.
When the new campaign kicks off next month, Brentford will become the 50th team to play in the Premier League since it was launched in 1992.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham have been ever-present in that time, playing 1,114 games each.
Manchester City are favourites with most bookmakers to retain their title this term, with Liverpool, Chelsea and United also expected to be amongst the front runners.