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Who will win the 2020/21 Premier League? Bookies reveal odds ahead of next season

Who will win the 2020/21 Premier League? Bookies reveal odds ahead of next season

Bookies aren’t reading too much into Liverpool’s 18 point procession…

British bookmakers have priced up Manchester City as the clear favourites to win the 2020/21 Premier League, despite finishing 18 points behind Liverpool.

Pep Guardiola’s side are short price favourites, currently 21/20 best price with three different bookies.

However, a number of firms now go odds-on that City reclaim their title, with some bookies offering as short as 10/11.

That means Liverpool have been demoted to second-favourites in the market, now at a punchy price of 15/8.

In percentage chances that means bookies are currently predicting a 34.8% chance the defending champions are able to keep hold of their title.

However, the biggest market movers are Manchester United, who have been cut from 25/1 into just 9/1 following their stunning form post-lockdown.

Chelsea, aided by new signing Timo Werner, are 14/1 fourth favourites in pursuit of another Premier League trophy.

There’s a big drop off in odds to the next nearest contenders, with Tottenham and Arsenal joint-fifth favourites at 66/1 each.

Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson: “Next season's Premier League title race is shaping up to be a belter, and it's free-spending Manchester City who look to have caught the bookies' eye once.

“Champions Liverpool can count themselves a little unlucky to be as long as 15/8 to lift the trophy, while 9/1 for a Manchester United triumph catches the eye, particularly considering the momentum with which they ended the 19/20 campaign.”

Leading football stats site, WhoScored.com, revealed an alternative Premier League table, based over the last two seasons.

It reads:
Liverpool - 196
Man City - 179
Chelsea - 138 
Man Utd - 132
Tottenam - 130
Arsenal - 126
Wolves - 116
Leicester – 114