English dominance in football is rising again.
After some of the best players and coaches joined the Premier League teams, there was no doubt that the football clubs will dominate Europe once again. That point was proven after the finalists in the Champions League and Europa League were English teams.
With the dominance, comes the massive competition for the domestic league as well. Teams have reported record-breaking earnings from television rights, ticket sales, and sponsorships.
Even the lower tier teams are spending hundreds of millions to buy new players and fight for a spot in Europe’s most prestigious tournaments.
Some teams will be on the bright side of the story, some won’t. Of course, the teams that are most likely to win the league are well-known, but this article will feature new clubs that can endanger the chances of the favourites.
Premier League Odds for the 2019/2020 Season
The fierce competition has opened up numerous odds when it comes to the winner, teams that are most likely to be relegated, teams that will secure a CL spot, and much more.
The team that is most likely to win the Premier League is Manchester City. Their odds are 2/5. The second place is reserved for Liverpool, and their odds are 2/5. The top 5 is concluded with Tottenham, Manchester United and Arsenal. Their odds are 20/1, 28/1, and 40/1 respectively.
The teams that are most likely to finish in the Top 4 in any order are Arsenal/ Liverpool/ Manchester City/ Tottenham with odds sitting at 11/4. The second option is Liverpool/ Manchester City/ Manchester United/ Tottenham with odds sitting at 3/1. And the third option is Chelsea/ Liverpool/ Manchester City/ Tottenham with odds at 9/2.
These odds are attracting numerous people to online bookies. That is why the bookies are constantly adding bonuses and promotions, as a way to redirect the people to their sites.
You can see tons of free bets, bonuses to winnings, and much more. And people are enjoying them since they see it as a bonus to their motivation. If you are certain on who will finish in the Top 4, or who will win the title, you can get a free bet from one of the many online bookmakers and maximise your winnings. If you are not too sure as to who will finish in the Top 4, don’t worry, there are some other interesting choices for you.
When it comes to the 3 teams that are most likely to be relegated. Brighton/ Burnley/ Watford odds are 125/1. After them, the next 3 are Burnley/ Brighton/ Bournemouth and their odds are 100/1. And finally, Watford/ Burnley/ Bournemouth are grabbing the third spot with odds sitting at 200/1.
Now, without any further ado, let’s take a look at the teams that are most likely the win the league, and also let’s look at some teams that may surprise us with their performance. There have been numerous transfers this summer, and because of the fierce competition, it is hard to even predict who will finish in the Top 10.
It is well-known that Manchester City and Liverpool are the biggest favourites. But, with all the drama, you cannot exclude Chelsea, Tottenham, and Manchester United.
Chelsea recently appointed Frank Lampard as the new manager, Manchester United have bought some up-and-rising players, and Tottenham are just Tottenham, and they will not go down without a fight. The competition between these 5 teams will be fierce, and to make matters even worse, Arsenal is also lurking in the shadows as a potential threat to the throne.
Clubs like Everton, Aston Villa, Leicester, Wolverhampton, and Crystal Palace are big threats to the favourites. Not only these teams are capable of securing a win against them, but they are also able to steal a number 4 spot from them.
Everton have bought some young talents; Aston Villa has spent more than £100 million even though they just got into the Premier League. Wolves have been a big threat to the clubs, and Crystal Palace is as dangerous as always. These teams will challenge the Big 6 and will fight for a spot in the upper part of the table.
The beauty of the Premier League is that every team can lose against every team. That is why no club can relax and breath for a second, not even the best ones. So far, we have listed 11 teams that will fight for a place in the Top 6 of the table. But that list is not over.
Some clubs can put quite a show and surprise everybody with their skills. West ham United and Newcastle can be lethal teams if you think that you are in no danger. They have been known to surprise with their performance. And even though Watford is one of the favourites to be relegated, you can never be too sure, because they are full of surprises.
So there you have it. A brief explanation of just how fierce the upcoming season will be. More than 13 teams will fight for a Top 6 spot, so you can rest assured that there will be some excellent competition, rivalry, and drama. It will be one of the best seasons yet.