Premier League odds for winners, relegated teams, and top 4 finish – Find out all!
Premier League odds are what will help you know which team has the best chance of winning the league and who can finish in the top 4 and other results.
The Premier League is back for a new season. It is set to be slightly different as the teams are set to battle for the title with one month less on their calendar.
That means the rest period between matches will be lesser, players will have to recover faster, managers need bigger squads and better fatigue management.
So who is your money on to win Premier League 2020/21? Read on to find all about the teams, the players, the winners, and more! Watch and Bet on Sports here.
Premier League Winner Odds 20/21: Outright Winners of Premier League 2020/21
Who has the best odds to win the Premier League?
Obviously the defending champions Liverpool will be one of the favorites but do they have the same odds? Manchester City has made some serious reinforcements and can be considered to be favorites as well.
However, Chelsea also will be back in the fray, and are they in with a shout for the title? We will tell you all odds you need to know.
Newly promoted teams are always the ones with the highest risk of getting relegated. They are not ready to face the heat of the top league. However, sometimes they do shock and awe as Wolves did in 2018-19 and Sheffield United did in 2019-20!
Leeds United are favorites to have a similar effect and finish in the top half this season.
Premier League Title Odds: What Are The Odds For The Premier League Winner
Let us now get into the business of finding out exactly what odds do the big hitters have of winning the Premier League title!
One probable reason for these odds is the summer transfer business. While Manchester City has picked up Ferran Torres and Nathan Ake and is close to getting the iconic Lionel Messi, Liverpool is struggling to get a deal for Thiago over the line.
Premier League Top 4 Odds
The odds for the top 4 are dicier. The Premier League has lots of good teams with the likes of Frank Lampard’s Chelsea, Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, Jose Mourinho’ Spurs, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United favorites to break into the top 4 behind Liverpool and Manchester City.
However, there are also outsiders like Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leicester, City Sheffield United, Leeds United, Everton who have brilliant teams and can easily grab a CL spot.
Roy Hodgson of Crystal Palace has the biggest issue if odds are to be believed. His number stands at a shocking 5/1 making him most likely to face the heat. He is followed by David Moyes from West Ham United at 7/1 and Dean Smith of Aston Villa 10/1. Watch and Bet on Sports here.
Premier League Odds Top Goalscorer
This is for the lucrative Golden Boot award and we know there are some sharpshooters out there who love to bag it. Mo Salah and Sadio Mane from Liverpool, Harry Kane from Tottenham, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal, Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero, Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, Chelsea’s new boy Timo Werner, and old fox legend Jamie Vardy are a few of the many aspirants for this award.
It can all change of course if Lionel Messi chooses to join the English Premier League!
Premier League Clean Sheet Odds
Another interesting race in the Premier League is amongst the goalkeepers to earn the Golden Glove. The keeper with the most number of clean sheets gets this award! Last year it was Ederson who won it for Manchester City.
The league does have some commanding keepers besides him as well. There is Alisson Becker of Liverpool, David De Gea of Manchester United, and Hugo Lloris of Tottenham. Bernd Leno and Emi Martinez of Arsenal are both good options as well. Watch and Bet on Sports here.
Fantasy Premier League: Premier League Odds
Another important reason to know about the Premier League odds is to play the FPL. Fantasy Premier League allows you to choose your team of 15 players from a delegated 100 points. The players’ points value is based on their form and reputation.
On a given game week you can only choose a starting XI, with a maximum of 3 players from each club. The defenders and goalkeeper earn points through clean sheets, goals, and assists.
The midfielders and attackers get points for goals and assists only. The game is extremely popular and one of the best ways to gain a competitive advantage is to know and study the odds for each team and player before game week!
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