With the consequences of plans to form a new European Super League still unknown, bookmakers have priced up odds for the self-proclaimed 'Big Six' to be removed from the Premier League.
Will the Big Six be kicked out of the Premier League?
After last night’s stunning announcement that England’s top clubs have agreed to break away from the UEFA Champions League in favour of a closed European Super League, the future of the Premier League as we know it is in question.
The vast majority of football fans are in disbelief at the proposed plans which would see twelve ‘founding clubs’ pocket an initial 3.5 billion euros. Clubs, fans and pundits alike have called for governing bodies to implement heavy sanctions.
A number of potential sanctions have been discussed and odds for the ‘Big Six’ to not play a Premier League match next season is currently a best price of 13/5.
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A legal battle over the eligibility of teams to remain a part of the Premier League is likely to ensue, but UEFA’s current stance is that clubs who enter into the European Super League will no longer be able to play in domestic competitions.
However, bookmakers remain skeptical about whether the new competition will go ahead. Odds for Man Utd, Man City, Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea & Liverpool not to play a European Super league match before 2025 are currently 5/6.
Speculation surrounding how the Premier League might look next season has seen a flurry of activity around the 2021/22 Premier League winner market. Leicester are currently at a best price of 12/1 while Everton are 14/1 to win the league next season.
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