The staggering prize money Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are predicted to earn this season

How much Premier League clubs stand to earn in prize money - if they achieve their predicted finish.

The new Premier League season officially got underway at the weekend and there were plenty of talking points.

From Arsenal’s impressive 2-0 win at Crystal Palace to Erling Haaland’s spectacular display that helped Manchester City to all three points against West Ham United, supporters around the country have enjoyed an action-packed first weekend.

Tottenham Hotspur top the early table after Harry Kane and Son-Heung Min inexplicably failed to score in their 4-1 hammering of Southampton and Chelsea’s new era got underway with a narrow win at Everton.

The Premier League newcomers suffered mixed fortunes as Nottingham Forest fell to a 2-0 defeat at Newcastle United, Fulham battled to an impressive 2-2 draw with Liverpool and Bournemouth claimed all three points in their home game against Aston Villa.

An exciting season lies ahead for clubs across the country but how much could they earn at the end of the campaign?

Here, based on last season’s data, we take a look at the Premier League prize money Newcastle stand to bank if achieve their predicted finish:

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20th: Bournemouth

Predicted prize money: £2.2million | Prize money last season: N/A

19th: Nottingham Forest

Predicted prize money: £4.4million | Prize money last season: N/A

18th: Fulham

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Predicted prize money: £6.6million | Prize money last season: N/A

17th: Southampton

Predicted prize money: £8.8million | Prize money last season: £13.2million

16th: Brentford

Predicted prize money: £11million | Prize money last season: £17.6million

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15th: Leeds United

Leveller: Rodrigo celebrates his equaliser for Leeds United against Wolves - the Whites' first goal of the new season. Picture Simon Hulme

Predicted prize money: £13.2million | Prize money last season: £8.8million

14th: Everton

Predicted prize money: £15.4million | Prize money last season: £11million

13th: Crystal Palace

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Predicted prize money: £17.6million | Prize money last season: £19.8million

12th: Wolverhampton Wanderers

Predicted prize money: £19.8million | Prize money last season: £24.2million

11th: Leicester City

Predicted prize money: £22million | Prize money last season: £28.6million

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10th: Brighton and Hove Albion

Predicted prize money: £24.2million | Prize money last season: £26.4million

9th: Aston Villa

Predicted prize money: £26.4million | Prize money last season: £15.4million

8th: West Ham United

Predicted prize money: £28.6million | Prize money last season: £30.8million

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7th: Newcastle United

Callum Wilson of Newcastle United celebrates scoring their side's second goal during the Premier League match between Newcastle United and Nottingham Forest at St. James Park on August 06, 2022 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

Predicted prize money: £30.8million | Prize money last season: £22million

6th: Arsenal

Bukayo Saka of Arsenal celebrates their side's second goal with teammates ,(Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Predicted prize money: £33million | Prize money last season: £35.2million

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5th: Manchester United

Predicted prize money: £35.2million | Prize money last season: £33million

4th: Chelsea

Predicted prize money: £37.4million | Prize money last season: £39.6million

3rd: Tottenham Hotspur

Swedish midfielder Dejan Kulusevski (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring their fourth goal (Photo by CHRIS RADBURN/AFP via Getty Images)

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Predicted prize money: £39.6million | Prize money last season: £37.4million

2nd: Liverpool

Predicted prize money: £41.8million | Prize money last season: £41.8million

1st: Manchester City

Manchester City’s Norwegian striker Erling Haaland celebrates after scoring their second goal against West Ham United (Photo by JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP via Getty Images)

Predicted prize money: £44million | Prize money last season: £44million