Man City 8/11 favourites for Premier League 2019/20 title

City and Liverpool dominate the market again

Premier League Betting

So it begins. Premier League 2019/20 betting is already open and the odds on Manchester City and Liverpool’s title chances are on the board. Manchester City, who beat Brighton the final day of the season to edge the Reds at the end of a stunning title race, are 8/11 favourites to claim the title* (betting odds taken from bet365 on May 13th, 2019 at 8:09 pm) for the third season in a row.

Premier League 2019/20 Winner Odds*

Man City 8/11
Liverpool 11/4
Spurs 12/1
Man Utd 16/1
Chelsea 20/1
Arsenal 20/1
* (betting odds taken from bet365 on May 13th, 2019 at 8:09 pm)

Their great rivals Manchester United are the only side in the history of the Premier League to have won it three times on the bounce. Liverpool, who pushed Manchester City so hard, losing just one game all season, are 11/4 second favourites for next season’s top flight title.

Such was the dominance of the two teams in the 2018/19 season that no other team is in single figures at the moment. Of course, all of that could change over the summer if someone else starts splashing the cash around.

Challengers a long way back in the odds

That won’t be Chelsea who finished third, after what was a difficult campaign for them. They have been hit with a transfer ban, so they are stuck and that is reflected in their 20/1 odds to win the 2019/20 Premier League title. There is a strong possibility that they could lose Eden Hazard in the summer as well to Real Madrid.

Tottenham, who finished fourth are at 12/1 odds to finally make the breakthrough and get their hands on the title. But that will all be dependant on whether or not they are going to attack in the transfer market, something which they have not done in the last two windows.

Arsenal, who had a major collapse at the end of last season are 20/1 shots like Chelsea. Then there is Manchester United, who limped across the finish line at the end of the season in sixth place. They are 16/1 odds to win the Premier League next season.

With all the troubles they seem to have had, a dreadful sequence of form at the end of the campaign, coupled with the bulk of their squad being criticised for lack of effort and below-par in terms of quality, have a huge summer ahead with an overhaul.


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