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Premier League 2017/2018 – Outright Winner Odds
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Premier League 2017/2018 Relegation Betting
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Premier League – Odds To Stay Up
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Premier League – Top 4 Finish Odds
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Premier League – Top 6 Finish Betting
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Premier League – Top Goalscorer Betting Odds
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Man City Unbackable In Premier League Odds But Top 4 Places Up For Grabs
A long winning run has seen Manchester City open up an advantage that leaves them very strongly placed to lift the Premier League trophy come the end of the 2017-18 season, writes Nick.
Man City invested heavily over the summer to resolve their remaining personnel issues and provide Pep Guardiola with a platform to lead their quest for a first league title in four seasons. Impressive football, plenty of goals and a solid defensive record have followed.
Victory away to local rivals Manchester United in December saw the Citizens open up what looks an unassailable lead. It would take a very brave punter to go against the predictions of all the top bookmakers – see their Premier League odds above – and statistical models that suggest City will now comfortably take the title.
Man Utd have been their closest challengers to date and head a group of five teams battling it out for the three remaining places in the top four. They started the season very strongly but more variable form thereafter suggests they shouldn’t yet take a top-four place for granted. It is a competitive field that also features Antonio Conte’s Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal.
The addition of European football to their schedule has seen Chelsea struggle to replicate the consistency they showed in winning last season’s title, but they remain a strong team with very good players who will be confident of improving over the course of the campaign.
Liverpool are impressive in attack, with pace and ingenuity to spare, but their defence, despite minor improvements, is unreliable and may prove their undoing. Tottenham’s form has been a bit patchy, but they remain a well-structured and balanced side whose excellent results during the second half of last season suggest they shouldn’t be counted out just yet. Arsenal have their usual issues but have enough quality to compete, as the current Premier League Top Four Finish betting odds suggest (see above).
Burnley have been the major surprise of the season to date. Sean Dyche’s side have gamely hung on to the coattails of the top six on the back of a very strong defensive record and just enough goals to get them points. While they are likely to fall back towards the pack a bit during the second half of the campaign, they should still be fancied to come home seventh – their best top-flight finish since the mid-seventies.
Everton finished seventh last season and were aiming higher this time around on the back of significant summer spending. The reality has been very different. Dreadful early results led to the departure of Ronald Koeman, and their new target under his replacement Sam Allardyce will simply be to finish closer to the likes of top-eight hopefuls Watford and Leicester City than to the cluster of potentially troubled teams below.
The Premier League table will stratify between now and the end of the season. The top six will pull away from a group of five or six teams below, who will in turn edge clear of what looks likely to be one of the most congested relegation battles in recent memory. There is simply very little to differentiate the remaining eight or nine teams.
Tight For Bottom Dwellers As Relegation Odds Confirm
Crystal Palace made an awful start to the season, failing to score or pick up a single point in their opening seven fixtures, but their form is beginning to pick up under Roy Hodgson. If they can start getting that little extra bit of fortune required to turn more of their draws into victories, they still have a solid chance of avoiding the drop. The current EPL relegation odds, shown above, suggest they are more likely to be safe than go down.
Swansea, West Bromwich Albion and West Ham are other relatively established Premier League sides who currently find themselves in the lower reaches of the table and are likely to remain there or thereabouts for the remainder of the campaign.
Last season, Swansea produced a superb second half of the campaign to avoid relegation, but their incredibly cautious approach may struggle to yield sufficient points this time around. West Brom are likewise a pretty stodgy outfit and will need to take quickly to new coach Alan Pardew if they are to survive. West Ham also require a big improvement under David Moyes.
The group striving for survival also includes all three of the teams who were promoted from the Championship. Newcastle look a more structurally sound side than either Brighton or Huddersfield but if they don’t add a bit more quality to their squad, they are also likely to find themselves in trouble going into the final weeks of the campaign.
Bournemouth and Stoke City should be okay, but a poor run of form for either would put them firmly under pressure. Of the two, Bournemouth probably look a tad more vulnerable.