2003-04 Arsenal 26 wins, 12 draws, 0 losses = 90 points (1st)
2004-05 Arsenal 25 wins, 8 draws, 5 losses = 83 points (2nd)
Arsenal won the League in 2004 by 11 pts. over Chelsea. They only reached the Champions League quarter-finals once during this stretch, but won the FA Cup twice.
And when Arsenal were "Invincible", it was only the Big Four in the EPL. (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool & Manchester United)
2019-20 Liverpool 28 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss = 86 points (1st)*
(* with 7 matches still to play)
Liverpool have lost a total of 2 Premier League matches in more than 2 years. And they haven't lost at home in more than 3 years. They lost the Champions League final to begin this run, and then won it. Throw in winning the Super Cup and the Club World Cup in the midst of this run, and I'll take Liverpool.
They currently lead the League by 23 points, the largest lead in its history, and have a chance to demolish the all-time point total for a season.
And now, on top of the Big Four, you have Manchester City swimming in oil money, along with Tottenham, who was good enough to play in the Champions League Final last year.
Premier League Champions (England): 7
La Liga (Spain): 5
Bundesliga (Germany): 6
Ligue 1 (France): 10
Serie A (Italy): 5
So yeah, I would say the Prem is pretty competitive. Especially considering not many teams have repeated as champions consecutively unlike some of these leagues (PSG and Bayern especially). Also, the Prem is fairly unique in its depth as most teams (I would say the top 15) could beat any team on their day. Liverpool's only loss this season? Watford, who were relegation candidates since the beginning and currently sit only one point above the drop.
The reds will win the prem!
and this comment will be true!