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Premier League 2022/23 – Roll of Honour, Team of the Year & Other Awards

The 2022/23 Premier League season is at an end and Manchester City have retained their league title for a third straight season.

However, the season has been about a lot more than City’s eventual title success, with a number of teams and players shining, while others seem to have fallen out of form over the past 10+ months of football action.

We had a mid-season World Cup (which I personally hope doesn’t happen again due to the disruption it caused), some big surprises, a striker setting trailblazing new records in the Premier League and much more besides.

So in this article, we are going to hand out our Premier League awards for some of the best, and worst, that the Premier League has had to offer this season.

And in addition, we will bring you a very early check of the odds with bet365 Sport for who will win the title next season, before all the summer’s transfers are completed (and we expect there to be a lot of money spent in this window!)

So let’s begin with a quick roll call of who qualified for what, who was relegated and who will replace them from the Championship next season.

Premier League Roll of Honour – 2022/23

  • Champions – Manchester City
  • Champions League Qualifiers – Man City, Arsenal, Man United, Newcastle United
  • Europa League Qualifiers – Liverpool, Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Europa Conference League Qualifiers – Aston Villa
  • Relegated – Leicester City, Leeds United & Southampton
  • Promoted from the Championship – Burnley, Sheff Utd, Luton Town
  • Leading Goalscorer – Erling Haaland (Man City) – 36 (new record)
  • Leading Assists – Kevin de Bruyne (Man City) – 16

ISM’s Own Premier League Awards – 2022/23

So that’s the stats line from the Premier League this season, but there is a lot more to it than that, and in this section, we are going to give out some awards that we feel players and team’s deserve over the course of the season.

And we are going to give you a top five for each of the awards we hand out.

Premier League Team of the Year

  1. Manchester City
  2. Brighton & Hove Albion
  3. Newcastle United
  4. Arsenal
  5. Brentford

Premier League Overall Player of the Year

  1. Erling Haaland (Manchester City)
  2. Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City)
  3. Martin Odegaard (Arsenal)
  4. Kieran Trippier (Newcastle United)
  5. Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)

Premier League Young Player of the Year

  1. Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)
  2. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)
  3. Evan Ferguson (Brighton)
  4. Jacob Ramsey (Aston Villa)
  5. Julio Enciso (Brighton)

Premier League Manager of the Year

  1. Pep Guardiola (Manchester City)
  2. Mikel Arteta (Arsenal)
  3. Eddie Howe (Newcastle United)
  4. Roberto de Zerbi (Brighton)
  5. Erik Ten Hag (Manchester United)

Premier League Team (& Runner’s Up) XI of the Year

For our team of the year we have gone with a 4-3-3 formation and listed the two players that were closest behind the player picked for the best XI in their respective position,

  • GK – Robert Sanchez (Brighton), (2. Nick Pope (Newcastle), 3, Alisson (Liverpool)
  • DR – Kieran Trippier (Newcastle) – (2. Kyle Walker (Man City), 3. Nathan Ake (Man City)
  • DL – Dan Burns (Newcastle) – (2. Pervis Estupinan (Brighton), 3. Oleksandr Zinchenko (Arsenal)
  • DC – Ruben Dias (Man City) – (2. Lewis Dunk (Brighton), 3. Lisandro Martinez (Man Utd))
  • DC – William Saliba (Arsenal) – (2.John Stones (Man City), 3. Sven Botman (Newcastle)
  • MC – Rodri (Man City) – (2.Casemiro (Man Utd), 3. Moses Caicedo (Brighton))
  • MC – Kevin de Bruyne (Man City) – (2.Bernardo Silva (Man City) 3.Bruno Guimaraes (Newcastle))
  • MC – Martin Odegaard (Arsenal) – (2.Ilkay Gundogan (Man City), 3.Carlos Mac Allister (Brighton)
  • AMR – Mo Salah (Liverpool) – (2. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal), 3. Riyad Mahrez (Man City)
  • AML – Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal) – (2.Jack Grealish (Man City), 3. Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton)
  • AC – Erling Haaland (Man City) – (2.Harry Kane (Spurs), 3.Ivan Toney (Brentford))

Premier League Most Improved Teams of the Season

  1. Brighton & Hove Albion
  2. Arsenal
  3. Newcastle United
  4. Aston Villa
  5. Manchester United

Premier League Best Fans of the Season

  1. Arsenal
  2. Newcastle United
  3. Manchester United
  4. Nottingham Forest
  5. Crystal Palace

Premier League Breakthrough Stars of the Season

  1. Jose Sa (Wolves)
  2. Ben Johnson (West Ham)
  3. Tyrick Mitchell (Crystal Palace)
  4. William Saliba (Arsenal)
  5. Sven Botman (Newcastle United)
  6. Stefan Bajcetic (Liverpool)
  7. Julio Enciso (Brighton)
  8. Evan Ferguson (Brighton)
  9. Taiwo Awoniyi (Nottingham Forest)
  10. Joao Palinha (Fulham)
  11. Alejandro Garnacho (Manchester United)

So we are now done with the accolades, lets now turn the tables and look at some of the teams, players and managers that underperformed this season.

Premier League Stumblers And Stutterers 2022/23

Premier League Underperforming Teams of the Year

  1. Chelsea
  2. Liverpool
  3. Leicester City
  4. Everton
  5. Tottenham

Premier League Most Disappointing Big Money Signings of the Season

  1. Enzo Fernandez (Chelsea)
  2. Darwin Nunez (Liverpool)
  3. Mikhailo Mudryk (Chelsea)
  4. Wesley Fofana (Chelsea)
  5. Philippe Coutinho (Aston Villa)

Premier League Top 10 Players Most Likely Out of the Door This Summer

  1. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspurs)
  2. Harry Maguire (Manchester United)
  3. Carlos Mac Allister (Brighton)
  4. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Chelsea)
  5. Mason Mount (Chelsea)
  6. James Maddison (Leicester City)
  7. Harvey Barnes (Leicester City)
  8. James Ward-Prowse (Southampton)
  9. Rodrigo (Leeds United)
  10. Joe Gomez (Liverpool)

Premier League Worst Manager of the Year

  1. Javi Gracia (Leeds United)
  2. Nathan Jones (Southampton)
  3. Brendan Rodgers (Leicester City)
  4. Frank Lampard (Everton/Chelsea)
  5. Steven Gerrard (Aston Villa)

Premier League Underperforming Team of the Year

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For our underperforming team of the year we have gone with a 4-3-3 formation and keot the choice to just one player in each position.

  • GK – Danny Ward (Leicester City)
  • DR – Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea)
  • DL – Emerson Royal (Tottenham)
  • DC – Harry Maguire (Manchester United)
  • DC – Wesley Fofana (Chelsea)
  • MC – Fabinho (Liverpool)
  • MC – Fred (Manchester United)
  • MC – Youri Tielemans (Leicester)
  • AMR – Raheem Sterling (Chelsea)
  • AML – Son Hyeong-min (Tottenham)
  • AC – Darwin Nunez (Liverpool)

Pre-Transfer Window Premier League Odds 2023/24 Season

Bet365 has the current prices to win the Premier League title as follows:

  • 4/6 fav – Manchester City
  • 7/1 – Arsenal
  • 8/1 – Liverpool, Manchester United
  • 12/1 – Chelsea
  • 14/1 – Newcastle United
  • 40/1 – Tottenham Hotspurs
  • 50/1 – Brighton & Hove Albion
  • 150/1 – Aston Villa
  • 250/1 – West Ham
  • 400/1 – Brentford
  • 500/1 – Everton, Crystal Palace
  • 750/1 – Wolves
  • 1000/1 – Fulham, Nottingham Forest
  • 1500/1 – Bournemouth, Burnley
  • 2500/1 – Sheffield United
  • 3000/1 – Luton Town

As you can see, City remain the hot favourites to win the title, with their main challengers some way off and it will be interesting to see how much the odds change when all the transfer dealings of the summer have been completed.

So, check back then when we preview the Premier League’s new season!

*all odds shown in this article were correct at the time of writing with bet365 Sport but may change in the meantime.

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