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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.
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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: 1/3 odds 1,2.
Liverpool & Man City Battle For Premier League Odds Favouritism
As we begin the new calendar year, Liverpool and Manchester City have emerged as the primary candidates to win the 2018-19 Premier League title, writes Nick Dorrington.
Manchester City are the reigning champions and remain a formidable side yet it is Liverpool who have made the running and, at time of writing, are favourites in the bookies’ Premier League odds. Strong recruitment work in pre-season has provided Jurgen Klopp’s side with the tools perhaps to end the club’s long wait for another league title.
Liverpool were last champions of England in 1990, three seasons prior to the advent of the Premier League. They have since seen Manchester United overtake their haul of 18 top-flight league titles, and watched on while Leeds United, Blackburn Rovers, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Leicester City have all also lifted the trophy.
Tottenham Hotspur are still hanging on to the coattails of the top two, but the winner of this season’s title will almost certainly be Liverpool or Man City. If the latter did win it, they will become the first side since Manchester United won three titles in a row between 2007 and 2009 to secure back-to-back Premier League trophies.
Despite continuing delays to the opening of their new stadium and the fact that they didn’t make a single signing last summer, Spurs look strongly placed to finish in the top four. Chelsea should be considered the favourites to join them, but Unai Emery’s Arsenal and a Manchester United side refreshed by Jose Mourinho’s mid-December departure are still in with a shot.
United’s improvement in results has seen them pull away from the pack behind and split the Premier League into three clear bands: the top six, those safely in mid-table with hopes of earning a place in Europe, and the six or seven teams fighting against relegation.
That central block is made up of clubs like Everton, Leicester and West Ham who would have had designs on finishing seventh prior to the start of the campaign, as well as overachievers Watford, Bournemouth, Brighton and newly-promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers. The group has remained tightly packed to date, but is likely to spread out a little in the final months of the season.
Whoever tops it will most likely be rewarded with a place in the Europa League, on the proviso that both the Carabao Cup and FA Cup are won by sides already qualified for Europe through their Premier League finish. Watford and Wolves are less fashionable teams than some in that pack, but they are both solidly-structured sides who can be expected to remain in the fight up until the last.
Crystal Palace are the odd ones out in this increasingly stratified Premier League table. They won just three of their first 16 matches of the season, but their underlying numbers were always a lot more solid than results and an upturn since can be expected to continue into the remainder of the campaign. That would see them pull further away from the bottom six, but is unlikely to bring them into contention for a top-half finish.
Premier League Relegation Odds Suggest Hopeless For Huddersfield
That leaves six teams scrapping it out at the bottom. Huddersfield are the clear favourites in the Premier League relegation odds after a dreadful first half of the campaign. Fulham, Southampton, Newcastle, Cardiff City and Burnley are fighting to avoid joining them in the Championship next season.
Fulham are currently a step or two behind the rest, and unless Claudio Ranieri can quickly stop them leaking goals, they look a solid bet to go down too. 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, so it would be a surprise if both they and Cardiff survived this time around in their first seasons back in the top flight.
Cardiff were the pre-season favourites in the relegation betting odds and have overachieved by giving themselves a solid shot at avoiding the drop with a series of battling performances. It may, however, still not be enough. The remaining four sides are very difficult to separate. If Southampton click under their new coach, they might have a chance of pulling clear, but it is otherwise hard to see any more than three or four points separating them, Burnley, Cardiff and Newcastle come the end of the season. The Premier League’s final relegation place will be decided on exceedingly fine margins.