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Premier League 2018/2019 – Outright Winner Odds
To win Premier League 2018/19; Best odds bold; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/3 odds 1,2.
Premier League 2018/2019 Relegation Betting
If you bet on 2018/2019 relegation odds, you win if the team you bet on is relegated & goes down. Three will go down.
Premier League – Odds To Stay Up
Not To Be Relegated Odds.
Premier League – Top 4 Finish Odds
Top 4 Finish Betting.
Premier League – Top 6 Finish Betting
To Finish In Top 6 Odds.
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Premier League – Top Goalscorer Betting Odds
To win Premier League Golden Boot; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/4 odds 1,2,3,4.
Man City Favourites To Defend Title in 2018/19 Premier League Odds
Manchester City are a short price in the 2018-19 Premier League odds to become the first team in a decade to successfully defend the title, writes Nick.
Not since Manchester United won three titles in a row between 2007 and 2009 has a side secured back-to-back Premier League trophies, but if any team is capable of doing so it will be the Manchester City side who swept aside all challengers last season.
Man City not only finished 19 points clear of United in second, but also set new Premier League records for points (100), wins (32), consecutive wins (18), goals (106) and goal difference (+79). It was a dominant campaign, and one that even coach Pep Guardiola has admitted they will struggle to replicate.
City are the odds-on, pre-season favourites for the title with the bookmakers, and are the most likely winners, but they can expect tougher competition this time around. Manchester United will hope to ease closer to their local rivals after jumping forward from sixth two years ago to finish second last time out, while Liverpool have spent big money over the summer to strengthen the weaker areas of their starting XI.
Tottenham Hotspur are the only side to have finished in the top three of the Premier League in each of the last three seasons. Taking that last step and winning the title would be a pretty special way to christen their impressive new stadium, although another finish in a Champions League qualifying position is probably a more achievable goal.
The other two established top-six sides both come into the new campaign with new coaches. For Arsenal that means that for the first time since 1996, Arsene Wenger is not the man in their dugout. His replacement Unai Emery is a steady hand, and his first aim will be to secure a top-four place and a return to the Champions League. At Chelsea, Maurizio Sarri promises to bring attractive and effective football to Stamford Bridge, if he gets time to do so.
City, United, Liverpool, Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea have filled the top-six positions in each of the last two and three of the last four Premier League seasons. Theirs will not be an easy stranglehold to break. Burnley came closest last time around but still finished nine points shy of Arsenal in sixth. There are, though, a few teams with designs on doing so.
West Ham are one of the primary candidates. After flirting with relegation for long stretches of last season, they have invested strongly in an attempt to launch themselves up the table. Coach Manuel Pellegrini won the title with Manchester City in 2013-14 and has been well-backed in the transfer market, but only time will tell if everything comes together as hoped.
Everton and Leicester City, the latter of whom spectacularly gatecrashed the top-six party by winning the Premier League title in 2015-16, have good squads, although a three-way scrap with West Ham for seventh and a potential Europa League place (depending on who wins the FA Cup and the EFL Cup) is more likely than a finishing berth inside the top six.
Burnley will do well to match last season’s exploits, particularly with the added strain of European football to contend with, but despite some bookies pricing them as potential relegation candidates, they should still be solidly placed in mid table alongside the likes of Crystal Palace, Newcastle and Southampton. Championship title-winners Wolverhampton Wanderers seem to be fancied to enjoy a relatively comfortable campaign.
Cardiff Favourites in Premier League Relegation Odds
Last season was only the third time since the formation of the Premier League in 1992 that all three of the promoted sides stayed up. Brighton, Huddersfield and Newcastle all showed well and had sealed survival prior to the final round of matches. The bookies do, however, seem relatively certain that feat will not be repeated in 2018-19.
Cardiff are clear favourites with most of them to be relegated in their first season back in the top flight after a four-year absence. Neil Warnock is a promotion specialist, having now overseen a record eight promotions in his career as a head coach, but he has never enjoyed much success in the Premier League, and his side look ill-equipped for the challenge.
Fulham were the third side to secure promotion from the Championship last season and they, too, find themselves in amongst the favourites in the relegation odds, alongside Huddersfield, Watford and Brighton. Bournemouth are also in that pack, but they finished fairly comfortably clear of the bottom three last season and should again be safe.