Who your team has scored the most Premier League goals against

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Arsenal became the first club in Premier League history to score 100 goals against a single team on Sunday as they put another five past Everton.

Alexis Sanchez’s goal in stoppage time brought up the Gunners’ century against the Toffees – and Chelsea and Manchester United could be the next clubs to reach a similar landmark.

Everton’s longevity in the Premier League means United need four more goals to reach the 100 mark against the Merseysiders, while Chelsea need to score another six times against London rivals Tottenham to hit a ton.

And we’ve taken a look at the three teams every Premier League club has scored the most goals against.

Aston Villa’s presence in the top flight is likely to be missed, given they feature on this list on nine separate occasions.

Arsenal
Everton (100), Aston Villa (85), Tottenham (80)

Bournemouth
Swansea (10), Everton (9), West Ham (8)

Brighton
West Brom & West Ham (3), Everton, Newcastle & Bournemouth (1)

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Burnley
Hull (10), Man City (9), Sunderland, West Brom & Crystal Palace (8)

Chelsea
Tottenham (94), Everton (85), Aston Villa (79)

Crystal Palace
Liverpool (23), Everton & West Brom (16), Southampton, West Ham, Chelsea & Newcastle (14)

Everton
West Ham (75), Aston Villa (64), Newcastle (63)

Huddersfield Town
Crystal Palace (3), Man Utd (2), Newcastle & Leicester (1)

Leicester City
Tottenham (37), Southampton & Aston Villa (31), Everton (30)

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Liverpool
Newcastle (89), Tottenham (86), Aston Villa (82)

Manchester City
Aston Villa (72), Newcastle (63), Sunderland (55)

Manchester United
Everton (96), West Ham (91), Tottenham (89)

Newcastle United
Tottenham (72), Aston Villa (64), West Ham (63)

Southampton
Newcastle (57), Aston Villa (47), Liverpool (42)

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Stoke City
Aston Villa (21), Liverpool, Tottenham & Newcastle (19), Everton (18)

Swansea City
West Brom (20), Sunderland (18), Stoke (17)

Tottenham
Everton (74), Newcastle (68), Aston Villa (65)

Watford
West Ham (11), Everton, Liverpool & Chelsea (10), Southampton (9)

West Brom
Sunderland (33), West Ham (24), Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham & Newcastle (23)

West Ham
Tottenham (51), Blackburn, Southampton & Newcastle (43), Chelsea (41)


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