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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
If you bet on 2021/2022 relegation odds, you win if the team you bet on is relegated & goes down. Three will go down.
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: 1/4 odds 1,2,3,4.
Bookies’ Premier League Odds Imply Man City Beyond Reach
After a slow start, Manchester City have emerged as the heavy favourites in the Premier League odds to claim the title as the 2020-21 campaign moves past its halfway stage, writes Nick Dorrington.
Man City won just five of their first 12 matches, but found their feet thereafter to put together a run of results that eventually powered them to the top of the EPL table. They are now in pole position to reclaim the title that Liverpool won from them last season.
Pep Guardiola’s side may not be quite as scintillating in attack as some of their previous incarnations, but they are rock solid defensively. They conceded just 13 times through the first half of the campaign, with the underlying numbers to back it up. With the league’s best results and metrics, they are worthy of their status with the major online bookies as favourites.
There is, though, still a lot of football to be played, and it is difficult to predict how things will develop once European competition resumes in February. This intense, shortened season might yet provide a few more surprises.
Reigning champions Liverpool seem to have had more than their fair share of bad luck with injuries and absences this season, certainly among the teams towards the top of the table. Their metrics have remained strong, despite frustratingly dropping points in games that the layers expected them to win, such as their defeat at home to Brighton in early February. Nevertheless, if any threat does exist, they probably represent City’s nearest challengers.
Manchester United didn’t make a good start but moved back into strong top-four contention with an extended unbeaten run that put them on course at least to close the gaping chasm that separated them from Man City and especially Liverpool last season. They are now heavily odds-on to claim a top-four spot.
At times this season, various teams have appeared likely candidates to join the three aforementioned clubs in the top four. Tottenham Hotspur were even being talked of, somewhat prematurely it must be added, as potential title challengers at one point.
As it is, Leicester City were the most consistent of the competing teams through the first half of the campaign. That left both Spurs and a Chelsea side, who replaced Frank Lampard with former Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain Thomas Tuchel at the end of January, with ground to make up. Leicester did suffer a significant slump in results down the final stretch of last season, so the race is certainly far from over.
Aston Villa and West Ham have been two of the surprise performers to date. They finished 17th and 16th respectively last season. Villa only escaping relegation on the final day of the season, but both teams are playing well enough to suggest they will finish in the top half of the table. A top-six challenge might even be possible for one or the other of them.
Everton came flying out of the blocks with four consecutive victories, only to fail to win any of their subsequent four fixtures, and their season has continued in a similar manner. It genuinely feels like they could finish anywhere between fifth and 10th without any of those placings raising an eyebrow, although their metrics suggest they may end up closer to the latter.
Arsenal have not lived up to their pre-season billing as potential top-four challengers. Even a top six or seven finish would be a relative surprise now, though they do seem to have stabilised a little after a terrible run of form that put Mikel Arteta’s position in question.
Just behind the teams already mentioned lie a series of sides far removed from relegation trouble but unlikely to trouble the top eight. This is a group that comprises Crystal Palace, Southampton, Championship winners Leeds and a Wolverhampton Wanderers side who have been far less impressive this season.
Terrible Trio Top Premier League Relegation Odds
Down at the bottom, Sheffield United endured a disastrous first half of the campaign, picking up just five points from their opening 19 fixtures. They possibly even looked on course to set a new-points low, lower even than Derby’s haul of 11 points in the 2007-08 season. A quick-fire pair of wins thereafter not only equalled that points tally but sparked likely futile hopes of an unlikely escape.
The reality is that Sheffield United, still at the shortest EPL relegation odds in the league, are very likely to drop down alongside the other two teams who have been off the pace all season. Even the arrival of survival specialist Sam Allardyce to their bench doesn’t seem to have shaken a terrible West Bromwich Albion side into action. Fulham do appear to have improved a bit as the season has gone on, but they are still some way adrift of safety. That trio are all odds-on in the betting for the drop.
That there are three such poor teams is good news for a Newcastle side who always seemed to be simply relying on there being three teams worse than them. They got decent points on the board early on and should now be alright despite poor metrics. Burnley have really struggled and would likewise be in more danger if the bottom three were not already so far removed from the pack.
The final words are reserved for a Brighton side who have combined genuinely very good metrics with poor results. A flip through footage of their matches reveals huge heaps of bad fortune that will surely not be repeated for the rest of the season. Indeed, they defeated Liverpool away from home in early February, a result they could build upon. The Seagulls can eventually be expected to finish comfortably clear of the bottom three and relatively close to lower mid-table.