Bookmakers are leaning towards the Premier League's 'Big Six' NOT playing a European Super League match before the year 2025. Oddschecker dissect this interesting market.
Bookies believe there is a 5/6 chance the Premier League clubs WILL NOT compete in a European Super League before 2025
The news of the proposed European Super League on Sunday sent shockwaves through the footballing world. Our beloved game as we know it, thrown into uncertainty.
Several of the top English sides have opted into this new European Super League. These sides include Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea. There has already been a significant backlash from fans and pundits alike.
Yesterday evening we had Gary Neville labelling his former club Manchester United as a ‘disgrace’. Jamie Carragher also tweeted: “What an embarrassment we’ve become @LFC think of all the people who have come before us at this club who would be equally embarrassed as well.”
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In addition to the backlash from fans and former players, we have also seen a firm stance from both the Premier League and UEFA. Both are adamant that they will not allow these teams to take part in this European Super league. Considering this news, bookies have now released odds of the ‘Big Six’ NOT to play a European Super League match before 2025 which is currently at 5/6 with Paddy Power.
With the stance from the Premier League and UEFA, it does seem unlikely that it could still go ahead, and the bookies have priced accordingly. Odds of Man Utd, Man City, Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea & Liverpool to play a European Super league match before 2025 are currently priced at 17/10 on Paddy Power.
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This is still fresh off the press so expect to see some movement in this market in the coming days. There has been speculation of the Premier League enforcing sanctions on these clubs such as potential points deductions.
With the exposure and money these clubs bring to the Premier League, could such a rule be enforceable or is the Premier League going to change as we know it? Make no mistake, football is more of a money-making machine than ever before but football is still nothing without the fans.