Last updated May 15th, 2022
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Premier League 2021/2022 – Outright Winner Odds
To win Premier League; Best odds bold; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/3 odds 1,2.
Premier League 2021/2022 Relegation Betting
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Premier League – Odds To Stay Up & To Survive
Not To Be Relegated Odds in 2021/22 Season; EPL Survival Betting.
Premier League – Top 4 Finish Odds
Top 4 Finish Betting.
Premier League – Top 6 Finish Betting
To Finish In Top 6 Odds.
Premier League – Top 2 Finish Odds
To Finish In EPL Top 2 Betting.
EPL – To Finish Bottom
Betting Odds to Finish Bottom of Premier League.
Premier League – Top Goalscorer Betting Odds
To win Premier League Golden Boot / Top Scorer; Each-Way Place Terms: Win Only.
Bookies’ Premier League Odds Suggest Another Man City Domination
Manchester City were comfortable winners of last season’s title and are the early bookmakers’ favourites in the Premier League odds to lift the trophy once again in 2021-22, writes Nick Dorrington.
City made a slow start to the campaign but soon found their groove and after first ascending to the top of the table in mid-January. They never relinquished that position thereafter, eventually finishing a full 12 points clear of city rivals Manchester United in second.
It was a third league title in four seasons for Pep Guardiola’s side. They will strengthen ahead of the new campaign and that, combined with their dominance of last season, led to all of the UK bookies pricing them at odds-on in the EPL outright winner betting to repeat the trick ahead of the opening matches. It is a fair reflection of the most probable outcome.
That doesn’t necessarily mean they will have an easy ride. Improvement should be expected from all three of the teams who joined them in last season’s top four.
As mentioned, it was Manchester United who finished second last season and they have again invested heavily in an attempt to bridge the gap and become genuine challengers this time around. Whether it will be enough remains to be seen.
Liverpool topped the table for four consecutive matchdays during the first half of the season, but were far from the relentlessly efficient team who claimed the 2019-20 title. They finished the campaign 17 points behind champions City in third, only claiming a Champions League spot courtesy of a late-season rally. They will surely be better this time around.
Chelsea came on strong during the second half of the season following the sacking of Frank Lampard and appointment of Thomas Tuchel in his place. Only champions Man City took more points than their haul of 38 during the final 19 matches of the campaign. Chelsea then trumped Guardiola’s side to win the Champions League final in Porto.
The manner in which Tuchel was able immediately to improve Chelsea’s performances and results suggest that they will finish rather closer to Man City than they did in coming fourth last season.
It is difficult to see any team from outside those four genuinely challenging for the title, as reflected in the huge drop off in bookmakers’ Premier League odds thereafter. Can any of the other teams perhaps work their way into Champions League contention?
Leicester City came very close last time around. For the second consecutive campaign, they spent the majority of the season in the top four only to be dislodged with two matches remaining. They ended up just a single point behind fourth-placed Chelsea. Some solace was found by lifting the FA Cup for the first time in their history with victory over Chelsea at Wembley.
It is, though, worth noting that Leicester’s underlying numbers were not particularly impressive, which may suggest that another such run at the top four is less likely in 2021-22.
West Ham put together a very impressive campaign under David Moyes which also looked like it might yield a Champions League spot before they eventually faded to sixth. The need to balance the demands of domestic and European competition will make things a little harder for them this time around.
On name alone, perhaps, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur seem to be considered viable candidates. We are probably far enough into Mikel Arteta’s time at Arsenal, with a firm enough idea of the quality of both him and his squad, to say they are fairly unlikely top-four finishers. Spurs, meanwhile, have a new, somewhat underwhelming, head coach, and could yet lose Harry Kane, last season’s league top scorer, making it harder to get a handle on them.
Leeds would have to improve quite a bit to force their way into top-four contention despite showing themselves to be viable top-six contenders with the sixth best points haul of any team through the second half of the campaign. If they can reinforce well in the off-season, a finish of eighth or above certainly isn’t out of the question.
Everton finished 10th last season and now have former Liverpool head coach Rafael Benitez at the helm. They were not that great, finishing with a negative goal difference. While they may have aspirations of the European places, they are more likely to end up in similar mid-table obscurity.
Brighton & Hove Albion’s underlying numbers were much better than results throughout last season. They could even push for a top 10 finish if their performances remain the same but things fall their way just a little more often. Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers could also be in that mix, although a fair bit of uncertainty exists around both of them at this stage.
Promoted Sides Top Premier League Relegation Odds
At the other end of the table, the three promoted sides, Brentford, Norwich and Watford, are the early favourites for the drop in the relegation odds. It is a congested field with Burnley, Crystal Palace and Newcastle all rightfully considered at serious risk. Palace look particularly vulnerable, with a patchy squad and a new coach, Patrick Vieira, who hasn’t yet shown himself to add value.
Southampton shouldn’t be discounted either. No team picked up less than the 14 points they accumulated during the second half of last season, and while their underlying numbers were better, a poor start could set the tone for a season of struggles.