Sky Sports’ football writers have given their verdict on all 20 teams in the 2022/23 Premier League season. Arsenal was considered unlikely to even finish in the top four, never mind fight for the title, but they have accrued the club’s highest points total since the Invincibles. The club’s young stars flourished, but they eventually fell short of their target. Aston Villa had a season of contrasting fortunes, but Unai Emery was the Man who turned the team from under-achievers to over-achievers. The team had just been thrashed 4-0 at Newcastle, but then went on an unbeaten run that earned them their first European season since Martin O’Neill’s time in charge. Bournemouth, under Gary O’Neil, made a mockery of pre-season predictions of relegation, as the team succeeded and rose from the canvas, winning six of their next nine games. Brentford, the top dogs in west London, ended this Premier League season as the highest-ranked west London club in English football, besides title-chasing Arsenal and Tottenham. Brighton, an extraordinary club, lost key players but still managed a top-10 finish.