Check latest Premier League odds from the top bookies below. Compare Premiership Outright Winner, Relegation and To Stay Up odds plus this season’s Top 4 Finish & Top Goalscorer / Golden Boot betting odds. Plus claim bookmaker free bets.
Premier League – Outright Winner Odds
To win Premier League 2016/17; Best Odds in Bold; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/3 odds 1,2.
Premier League 2016/2017 Relegation Betting
If you bet on this 2016/2017 relegation odds market, 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 Goalscorer Betting Odds
To win Premier League Golden Boot; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/4 odds 1,2,3,4.
Competitive Look to Premier League Odds
The 2016/17 Premier League season gets under way with football fans up and down the country excited for what promises to be a highly competitive and entertaining campaign at both ends of the table, writes Greg.
Certainly the betting is more open than in recent years, but still with the big names at the head of the odds table. Interestingly after Leicester’s 5000-1 shocker last time, no team is priced longer than 1500/1 by the bookies at the start of the season this time around!
Manchester City shade favouritism in the Premier League odds and are one club who will have designs on the title this year following their disappointing fourth-place finish last time out. Pep Guardiola (pictured) has replaced Manuel Pellegrini in the dugout and brought Ilkay Gundogan, Nolito, Gabriel Jesus, Leroy Sane and Oleksandr Zinchenko to the Etihad Stadium with him. That means Man City have significantly strengthened what was probably already the best squad in the division.
Across town, Man Utd – now bossed by Jose Mourinho after Louis van Gaal’s departure – will also be eyeing the championship. The Red Devils have added Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Eric Bailly and Henrikh Mkhitaryan to the ranks at Old Trafford and hope to purchase Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba before the window closes at the end of the month. United were defensively solid last term and, under the leadership of Mourinho, will be looking to add the attacking firepower that could lift them back to the summit of the standings once more.
Chelsea are another side with a new manager: Antonio Conte, who impressed with Italy at Euro 2016, has taken over from Guus Hiddink. He will be aiming to add to the three league titles he won in his homeland with Juventus. N’Golo Kante and Michy Batshuayi are astute signings who could slot straight into the starting XI at Stamford Bridge, while the likes of Eden Hazard, Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas should improve after underwhelming campaigns in 2015/16.
Chelsea are third favourites as the season starts at best odds of 13/2 and maybe that will start to look generous in time.
Arsenal will be hoping to go one better after finishing as runners-up last year, but reinforcements up top and in the heart of the backline are needed before Arsene Wenger’s charges can be considered serious title contenders. Tottenham Hotspur may also be set for a top-four battle this time around, with Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool also likely to be targeting a return to the Champions League.
Meanwhile, Leicester City – whose title triumph last season will go down in history as one of the most extraordinary in the history of sport – may have to settle for a top-half finish as they are forced to balance European and domestic commitments for the first time. It is a tall order for them to follow up and the 33/1 quotes prior to a ball being kicked reflect that. In fact the bookies report fair interest for Leicester to go down, and they are 14/1 generally in the Premier League relegation betting odds.
Promoted Teams Shortest in Premier League Relegation Odds
At the other end of the table, promoted trio Hull City, Burnley and Middlesbrough will all be fighting to avoid relegation back to the Championship. In fact they are first, second and third favourites respectively to go down in the relegation betting odds table.
Hull are without a manager at the time of writing following Steve Bruce’s shock resignation and will find things very tough this term. Burnley do not have a great deal of top flight experience to call upon – aside from those players who were demoted with the Clarets two years ago. Boro look best placed to survive in the Premier League, with Alvaro Negredo and Victor Valdes among nine new signings at the Riverside.
Watford, Swansea City, Sunderland and Bournemouth could also be drawn into the relegation battle. The first named, now led by Walter Mazzarri, may suffer from second-season syndrome. Swansea have been weakened over the summer and currently do not have a single centre-forward on the books. Sunderland could get off to a slow start after Sam Allardyce was replaced by David Moyes in the dugout late on in pre-season. Bournemouth will have to punch above their weight for a second successive year if they are to retain their place along the elite. West Bromwich Albion, meanwhile, should keep their heads above water under the guidance of the reliable Tony Pulis.
West Ham United, Everton, Southampton, Stoke City and Crystal Palace should have enough about them to stay clear of the drop zone. That is certainly how the relegation odds see it, with none of those deemed likely to have to worry. They are more likely to be striving, along with Leicester City, for a Europa League spot in the top half of the table.
- Taking a look at the Premier League odds and the resultant betting opportunities, we fancy that Man City (current best odds of 13/5, but see the comparison table above for latest top prices) are best placed to win the Premier League.
- As for relegation betting market, we reckon Hull, Burnley and Watford could be the trio to get relegated. At the time of writing, that threesome can be backed for the drop as one entity at best odds of 22/1 with Stan James bookmaker.