Premier League Winner Betting Preview, Odds And Predictions
Manchester City gave an early warning of their class during the course of their 2-0 win over Chelsea in the Community Shield on Sunday and it is no surprise to see that the reigning champions are firm favourites in the latest 2018/19 Premier League Winner Odds...
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Premier League Winner Odds
As we head towards the start of the new 2018/19 season, Manchester City are 4/6 to become the first team to win back-to-back titles since Manchester United in 2009. In truth, the Citizens look virtually impossible to oppose as Pep Guardiola appears to be building something resembling a dynasty at The Etihad.
City broke all sorts of records en route to collecting 100 points last term and they finished an eye-watering 19 points clear of United in the end.
United are 15/2 to topple their near-neighbours this season and they are hunting for a first title since 2013. Much to the annoyance of their increasingly tetchy manager Jose Mourinho, they have endured a dismal transfer window and it seems as if other teams may have stolen a march on them.
Liverpool have enjoyed a superb transfer window after finishing fourth and reaching the Champions League final under Jurgen Klopp last season. The Reds are undoubtedly stronger this time around and they are 4/1 to win the league, despite finishing 25 points adrift of City last season.
In truth, the straight forecast of City-Liverpool looks like the stand-out bet at 7/2 with Unibet.
Chelsea are 14/1 to win the title but they are playing catch up after taking an age to replace Antonio Conte with Maurizio Sarri, who is bidding to continue Chelsea's recent trend of winning the league every other season following their successes of 2015 and 2017.
Tottenham are 16/1 but they have failed to sparkle during the transfer window and one must wonder how the exertions of the summer's World Cup will affect their English contingent.
Finally, Arsenal last won the Premier League in 2004 but they go into the new season with fresh optimism after appointing Unai Emery as manager. The Gunners have signed a few players with a bit of steel - something which the North London have lacked in the past - and they are a fanciful 25/1 to win the league, although the 2/1 for Arsenal to finish in the top-four could be worth a look with Paddy Power.
2018/19 Premier League Winner Odds
Odds correct as of 25th Mar, 11:12 Odds subject to change.