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Historically Manchester United have the best record of any team with a 60% title strike-rate since the Premier League’s inception in 1992. They have won 13 times in those 22 years, but the football fates seem to be against them since the departure of their talismanic former manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Has the balance of power within the city of Manchester shifted irreversibly to their ‘noisy neighbours’?
Many people thought so but Alex Ferguson’s side rose phoenix-like to take the honours last season (2012/13) and become champions once again. However with Ferguson’s retirement and David Moyse at the helm it is a very different Man Utd playing now. Unsurprisingly their odds drifted as soon as Ferguson exited and things have only gone from bad to worse as the team appears unable to play with any passion for their new manager. Defeat at home against an apparently modest West Brom side was a new low but it has been followed by more inconsistency and they currently look a shadow of their former selves.
Manchester City spent £130 million assembling a star-studded squad. They won the FA Cup in 2011 but could not quite hack it in the Premiership until the 2011/12 season when they sensationally took the League in the last minute of their final game against QPR. They were a coming force and have now arrived, so the burden of favouritism fell to them at the start of the 2012/13 season. However the laurels were wrestled back from them by their neighbours as Man Utd took the trophy in the that year. Now with no Ferguson at the helm of United and that old foe out of form under Moyes, City have an excellent chance to capitalise. Certainly they have been in blinding form, scoring goals for fun, and they are now favourites for the title with Chelsea and Liverpool still in with big shouts.
Chelsea were bidding to add to their 2009/2010 season Premiership title win. They could finish only sixth in 2012 despite lifting the FA Cup and Champions League. They had a huge chance of title glory again but were seriously unsettled by the sudden November sacking of manager Roberto Di Matteo in favour of Rafa Benitez. They reached an all-time low in the 2011/12 season when beaten by the subsequently relegated whipping-boys QPR. They regained their balance but lack of consistency told last term. Now with the return of Mourinho, can they mount a serious and sustained challenge in the Premier League? The idea can not yet be hard to rule out, as the Premier League odds above attest.
Mourinho now seems embarrased by his self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ tag and just says he is the ‘Lucky One.’ He left Spain less popular than when he arrived and perhaps he is just the ‘Overrated One.’ This season will decide which sobriquet, is most appropriate. While Chelsea have certainly found their form, they still look more vulnerable than Man City and are current second favourites to lift the trophy.
Arsenal managed an unlikely third place in the League two seasons ago. They fell short last season. For both them and inconsistent Liverpool living with the top three looked mission impossible and the odds reflected that. Arsenal have once again been undone by terrible inconsistency and have somewhat lost the plot in the latter part of the season. Now it is all change and in-form Liverpool in particular is mounting a strong title challenge.
Liverpool have scored a hatful of goals on occasions, with Suarez and Sturridge combining brilliantly. At last Brendan Rodgers’ side are finding some consistency and mounting a serious title bid.
Tottenham, who had a good run and were even favourites in the FA Cup Betting for a brief period two seasons ago were gifted a chance to get involved in the title fight. That was all thanks to the frailties of the top three clubs. Despite the record-breaking loss of Gareth Bale, Spurs were at shorter odds to win the Premiership than for many a year. However, after that good start to this season, the wheels came off and a change of manager from Andre Villas-Boas to Tim Sherwood has seen a revival in form, but it has come all too late.
The bookies’ betting market at the start of this 2013/14 season made it a three horse race, between the two Manchester clubs and Chelsea. Ferguson is looking a big miss for his former club as Man Utd are ailing badly. It is Liverpool that has been most notably in the ascendancy and Rodgers’ team, along with Man City and Chelsea are now the three from which the title will be decided. That is a fact reflected by the Premier League odds shown in the betting comparison table above.