Has your Premier League club's points total improved or declined from last season?
By Adam Smith
Last Updated: 22/05/17 12:08pm
Has your club's points total improved or declined from last season? We've ranked every Premier League team...
Champions Chelsea are the most improved team in the Premier League this season - collecting a remarkable 43 more points than under Jose Mourinho and Guus Hiddink last term.
In contrast, last season's title winners Leicester have suffered the biggest decline - dropping 37 points from their tally of 81 this time last May.
All of the top seven clubs improved on last season's hauls, but Manchester United have stagnated most out of the leading pack.
Tottenham and Chelsea have both gained an additional 16 points, followed by Everton (+14), Manchester City (+12), Arsenal (+4) and Manchester United (+3).
Despite finishing in eighth, Southampton recorded 17 fewer points than in 2015/16, as did West Ham during their inaugural season at the London Stadium.
Bournemouth's ninth-place finish was their highest ever on 46 points - four more than last time around - while West Brom improved by two points and finished in 10th.
Of last season's promoted teams, only Burnley secured a second successive term in the top flight, with Hull and Middlesbrough joining Sunderland back in the Championship for 2017/18.
The Black Cats ended the season rooted at the bottom of the table with just 24 points - 15 fewer than last year.