Champions Manchester City are best price 4/6 through oddschecker to win the Premier League in 2022/23 and celebrate their fifth title in six seasons.
Who are the Premier League title favourites for 2022/23?
Having pulled off a thrilling title defence with a 3-2 comeback win over Aston Villa at the Etihad on Sunday, the bookmakers have installed Pep Guardiola’s side as the clear favourites (4/6) for next season, with Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool second in the market at a best price 9/4.
Liverpool’s consistency under Klopp has perhaps been unfairly rewarded in Premier League titles; this season was the second time they picked up more than 90 points and failed to win the title.
For context, before Guardiola arrived in the Premier League 92 points would've been enough to win the league in 19 out of the 20 38-game seasons. Since he arrived, the required winning points total has surpassed 91 in five of the six years. In 2018/19, Liverpool lost just a single game in collecting 97 points but were still pipped to the post by City.
Liverpool finish second on 92 points.— oddschecker (@oddschecker) May 22, 2022
Before Pep Guardiola arrived in the Premier League, 92 points would've been enough to win the the league in 19 out of the 20 38 game seasons.
Since he arrived, the required winning points total has surpassed 91 in 5 of 6 years. pic.twitter.com/R5EiZ91AjQ
And what about those outside of the top two?
Despite the ongoing uncertainty over ownership, the future now looks more secure for third favourites Chelsea (18/1) with Todd Boehly reportedly due to finalise his takeover of the club by the end of May.
However, when you consider key defender Antonio Rudiger is on his way to Real Madrid, both captain Cesar Azpilicueta and Andreas Christensen are almost certain to leave and the sustained excellence we’ve seen from the top two in recent years, much will depend on whether Thomas Tuchel’s call for a “fast and smart” response in the transfer market plays out in the coming weeks.
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Despite an awful season for Manchester United, which fittingly came to a close with a whimper at Crystal Palace, Erik ten Hag’s side will go into the new season as fourth favourites (22/1) for the title, ahead of this year's fourth and fifth placed finishers Spurs (33/1) and Arsenal (50/1).
Newcastle, meanwhile, stand out as seventh favourites (best price 100/1) having rallied in recent months and secured an 11th place finish with a win at Burnley on Sunday. Of course, they are now armed with a huge transfer chest to make their assault at the top end of the Premier League table.
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