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English Premier League Table | ESPN

Visit ESPN to view the 2015-16 English Premier League Table

England - Premier League 2015/16 Standings - ScoresPro

Get the latest England's Premier League standings for the 2015/16 season of football! We ...

2015–16 Premier League - Wikipedia

Premier League; Season: 2015–16: Dates: 8 August 2015 – 17 May 2016: Champions: Leicester City 1st Premier League title 1st English title: Relegated: Newcastle United Norwich City Aston Villa: Champions League: Leicester City Arsenal Tottenham Hotspur Manchester City: Europa League: Manchester United Southampton West Ham United: Matches played: 380: Goals scored

Premier League Table & Standings - Sky Sports Football

Complete table of Premier League standings for the 2015/2016 Season, plus access to tables from past seasons and other Football leagues.

England Premier League 2015/16, Results and Standings ...

Statistics, results and standings from the England Premier League 2015/16

English Premier League Table Points Standings 2015-16 ...

The 2015-16 season will see Watford, Leicester City and Bournemouth taking the center stage as they try to earn a respectable place in the Premier League points standings and secure a place into ...

Final 2015/16 Premier League table - The National

Below, the final table for the 2015/16 Premier League season: 1 Leicester City 81 points (23w, 12d, 3l, 68-36 +32) 2 Arsenal 71 points (20w, 11d, 7l, 65-36 +29) 3 Tottenham Hotspur 70 points (19w, 13d, 6l, 69-35 +34) 4 Manchester City 66 points (19w, 9d, 10l, 71-41 +30) 5 Southampton 63 points (18w, 9d, 11l, 59-41 +18) *6 Manchester United 63 points (18w, 9l, 10d, 46-34 +12)

Premier League 2015-16 Relegation Battle: Results, Standings

Premier League 2015-16 Relegation Battle: The Contenders Sunderland (17th; 35 points, 36 games) Last match: 3-2 vs Chelsea Remaining games: Everton (h), Watford (a) With two games still left to play, Sunderland now emerge as strong favourites to avoid relegation, following their win against Chelsea at the Stadium of Lights on Saturday afternoon.