Premier League Odds: 2020/21 Premier League Table Predicted By Bettors
Premier League Odds & Predictions
It feels like we only just said goodbye to the Premier League season, however, due to the current climate it’s back this weekend! We certainly aren’t complaining.
OddsChecker is an international site and takes bets from all over the globe, we’ve collated the thousands and thousands of bets we’ve seen on the Premier League to date and developed a formula to predict the 2020/21 Premier League season.
Predicted Premier League Table
Online bettors are expecting Frank Lampard’s summer spending spree to pay dividends this season, as they’ve predicted Chelsea to win the Premier League season. They’ve also predicted a joyous return to the Premier League season for Leeds United, but misery for Newcastle, West Brom and Fulham fans.Get free betting news sent straight to your inbox by signing up here
Below we’ll highlight the main betting patterns for each team and their Premier League odds this season for the major betting markets.
Premier League Odds: Team Breakdown
Prediction: 2ndPremier League winner odds: +4000 (40/1) - (+3300 worst odds)Top four odds: +275 (11/4)Relegation odds: +25000 (250/1)
Arsenal’s Premier League betting patterns will have been dramatically impacted by the success they’ve tasted over the last month or so, winning both the FA Cup and Community Shield. Mikel Arteta’s men have dipped their toe into the transfer market, but haven’t signed a so called marquee player (Willian isn’t marquee).
The bookmakers have priced Arsenal as the 5th favorites to win the Premier League, and one sportsbook are offering odds of +4000 for the Gunners to be crowned champions. The London club have been second most wagered club in the Premier League winner market, and have received a massive 35% of all bets placed in the Top 4 betting market.
Prediction: 12thPremier League winner odds: +100000 (1000/1) (+25000 worst odds)Top four odds: +9500 (95/1)Relegation odds: +200 (2/1)
Aston Villa pulled off the great escape last season when they managed to climb out of the relegation zone despite looking doomed at the start of the Premier League resumption. Online bettors are expected them to fair much better this season and finish a comfortable 12th place.
Despite the bookmakers making Villa the third favorites for relegation, only 6.7% of all bets that market have Smith’s men finishing in the bottom three. Just over 5.5% of all bets in the top 10 betting maket have been placed on Villa, which makes them the 5th most popular selection.
The Midlands club have signed Matty Cash and are expected to capture a few more players before the transfer window shuts.
Prediction: 15thPremier League winner odds: +75000 (750/1) (+25000 worst odds)Top four odds: +9500 (95/1)Relegation odds: +400 (4/1)
Brighton have lost a few players ahead of the 2020/21 season, most noticeable Aaron Mooy. However, the signing of Adam Lallana will have buoyed Brighton fans, and also led to bettors predicting the club to finish 15th.
Brighton have accounted for 4.8% of bets in the relegation market, and 0.9% of bets in the to finish bottom market. They also hold the accolade of being the least wagered club in the Premier League winner odds market.
Prediction: 14thPremier League winner odds: +100000 (1000/1) (+25000 worst odds)Top four odds: +10000 (100/1)Relegation odds: +300 (3/1)
It’s been another frustrating transfer window for Burnley fans, with very little appearing to happen. However online bettors are expecting another comfortable Premier League finish for the club.
Burnley have been the second least wagered team in the winner market, but more encouragingly they’ve only accounted for 3.4% of bets in the relegation market.
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Prediction: 1stPremier League winner odds: +1000 (10/1)Top four odds: -189 (8/15)Relegation odds: +10000 (100/1)
Frank Lampard has been a very busy boy during the transfer window, and it doesn’t appear the bank is empty despite going big on Werner, Havertz, Chilwell and Ziyech.
Chelsea have been the most backed team to win the Premier League, accounting for 19.8% of all bets placed. Their Premier League odds imply they have 9.1% chance of being crowned champions.
The Blues have been the second most wagered club in the top four market behind Arsenal.
Prediction: 16thPremier League winner odds: +100000 (1000/1) (+25000)Top four odds: +10000 (100/1)Relegation odds: +225 (9/4)
Palace are tipped for relegation every season, but Roy Hodgson manages to drag them to safety every time. That trend is set to continue this season with bettors predicting the Eagles to finish 16th.
Crystal Palace have accounted for 6.8% of all wagers in the relegation market, which makes them the 6th most supported team. We’d expect this number to dramatically increase if Zaha was to leave the club.
Prediction: 8thPremier League winner odds: +25000 (250/1) (+19000)Top four odds: +1600 (16/1)Relegation odds: +2500 (25/1)
We’ve seen this all before from Everton… invest big in the summer transfer window and then be one of the seasons biggest flops. Online bettors aren’t buying into their spending spree, as they’ve predicted the Merseyside club to finish 8th this season.
The Toffee’s have been the 5th most wagered club in the top 4 betting market, but have also accounted for 4.5% of bets in the relegation market.
Prediction: 20thPremier League winner odds: +100000 (1000/1) (+25000 worst odds)Top four odds: +15000 (150/1)Relegation odds: +110 (11/10)
Turn away Fulham fans, the betting doesn’t paint a pretty picture. Over 70% of all bets in the to finish bottom market have been placed on Fulham.
Fulham haven’t spent anywhere near as much as they did last time they gained promotion to the Premier League. Even though it appears they’ve learnt a lesson here, online bettors are still giving them little chance of surviving.
Despite topping the to finish bottom market, Fulham have been the 5th most team in the relegation market, accounting for 9% of bets.
Prediction: 6thPremier League winner odds: +20000 (200/1) (+15000 worst odds)Top four odds: +2600 (26/1)Relegation odds: +450 (9/2)
The Championship winners have been busy in the transfer window, bolstering their squad with Rodrigo, Helder Costa and Robert Koch to name a few.
Rather surprisingly, Leeds have been the 6th most bet club in the Premier League winner market, ahead of clubs like Wolves, Leicester and Tottenham. Leeds have accounted for 8.4% of bets in the top four market this season, more than Manchester United and Tottenham.
However, Leeds appear to be splitting opinions as they’ve been the third most wagered team in the relegation market.
It looks like Leeds are either expected to fly or flop this season with very little in-between.
Prediction: 9thPremier League winner odds: +18000 (180/1) (+12500 worst odds)Top four odds: +1000 (10/1)Relegation odds: +4000 (40/1)
Not many people are expecting another miracle season from Leicester City, with only 1.5% of bettors backing the Foxes to win the Premier League.
Leicester have signed Timothy Castagne during the transfer window, but are expected to spend the money from selling Ben Chilwell.
Leicester have been the most wagered club in the to finish in the bottom half betting market, accounting for 13.8% of all bets.
Prediction: 4thPremier League winner odds: +225 (9/4) (+190 worst odds)Top four odds: -1250 (1/13)Relegation odds: +200000 (2000/1)
The public don’t expect Jurgen Klopp’s men to win back-to-back league tables, with online bettors predicting Liverpool to finish 4th.
Despite winning the league with such ease last season, the Red have only accounted for 14.6% of all bets in the Premier League winner market, which is the fourth most. Strangely, 1.2% of all bets in the relegation market have been on Liverpool.
Liverpool have yet to sign anyone of note this transfer window, but are expected to capture Thiago.
Prediction: 3rdPremier League winner odds: -121 (5/6) (-145 worst odds)Top four odds: -2500 (1/25)Relegation odds: +200000 (2000/1)
City are the bookmakers favorites to win the Premier League, however, the predicted Premier League table has them finishing 3rd.
Manchester City have accounted for 15.9% of all bets in the winners market and 7.6% of bets in the top four betting market.
The Manchester club have bolstered their back-up options in the transfer window, signing Nathan Ake and Ferran Torres.
Prediction: 5thPremier League winner odds: +1600 (16/1) (+1400 worst odds)Top four odds: -200 (1/2)Relegation odds: +100000 (1000/1)
There will be no top four finish for Manchester United this season according to the public. Despite being -200 in the top four betting market, only 6.6% of bets have been placed on United.
United have recently secured the capture of Donny van de Beek, but that’s not been enough to spark a substantial betting spree on them to win the league. Ole’s men have been the 5th most backed in the winners market.
If Manchester United manage to sign Jadon Sancho we’d expect the predicted table to look dramatically different.
Prediction: 18thPremier League winner odds: +50000 (500/1) (+25000 worst odds)Top four odds: +6000 (60/1)Relegation odds: +225 (9/4)
There’s no hiding from the unrest in Newcastle regarding the owners of the club, however, that debacle doesn’t appear to be ending anytime soon. The predicted Premier League table shows Newcaslte could be in for a long season, as they are expected to finish 18th and drop down to the Championship.
Newcastle have been the fourth most backed club in the relegation betting market, but have seen very little support in the top 10 market or other more positive betting outcomes.
The Magpies have recently signed Callum Wilson and Jamal Lewis, therefore the betting patterns may change in the next few days ahead of the Premier League season.
Prediction: 13thPremier League winner odds: +50000 (500/1) (+25000 worst odds)Top four odds: +5000 (50/1)Relegation odds: +350 (7/2)
Sheffield United performed above expectations last season, and another comfortable mid-table finish is predicted in the 2020/21 season.
United have lost Dean Henderson but have replaced him with Aaron Ramsdale. They’ve also signed a few younger English players like Jayden Bogle and Max Lowe from Derby.
There’s nothing alarming in the betting patterns for Sheffield United. They’ve accounted for 5.7% of bets in the relegation market, but also 4.5% in the top ten market.
Prediction: 11thPremier League winner odds: +50000 (500/1) (+25000 worst odds)Top four odds: +3400 (34/1)Relegation odds: +800 (8/1)
The Saints are another club to finish with a pleasing mid-table position. Southampton have lost Holjbjerg to Tottenham but have signed two young defensive options.
Southampton have only accounted for 1.8% of bets in the relegation market, and have been the second most wagered team in the top ten betting market.
Prediction: 7thPremier League winner odds: +6600 (66/1) (+4000 worst odds)Top four odds: +350 (7/2)Relegation odds: +20000 (200/1)
It’s tricky to see how Jose Mourinho would keep his job at Tottenham if the predicted table was correct. Spurs are currently expected to finish 7th place.
Tottenham have been the 7th most bet team to win the Premier League, and the 4th most supported team in the top four market.
As mentioned above, Jose has sined Hojbjerg from Southampton and he’s also added Matt Doherty to his squad.
West Brommich Albion
Prediction: 19thPremier League winner odds: +1500000 (1500/1)Top four odds: +15000 (150/1)Relegation odds: +105 (21/20)
West Brom are favorites to be relegated from the Premier League this season, and that’s exactly what the public are predicting.
The Midlands club have made a few signings in the transfer window, but you’d expect their to be plenty of more activity to strengthen their squad.
West Brom have been the most wagered team in the relegation market, accounting for 13.1% of all bets placed. They’ve also accounted for 8.4% of all bets to finish bottom of the Premier League.
However, there are a few people dreaming of a miracle, as 0.9% of bets in the Premier League winner market have been on West Brom.
West Ham United
Prediction: 17thPremier League winner odds: +50000 (500/1) (+25000 worst odds)Top four odds: +5000 (50/1)Relegation odds: +450 (9/2)
Similarly to Newcastle, there’s plenty of unrest at West Ham due to the ownership of the club. Unrest which has ignited again due to the sale of Grady Diangana.
David Moyes looks to have an impossible job at the London club, as his team are expected to just beat the drop and finish 17th in the Premier League.
Despite West Ham being the second most backed club in the relegation market, they’ve accounted for 6.3% of all bets to finish in the top ten.
Weighting of betting markets:
- 10x for every bet on team in winner market
- 5x for every bet on team in relegation maket
- 4x for every bet in top 4 market
- 1x for every bet in top 10 market
- 1x for every bet in bottom half market
- 10x for every bet in the to finish bottom market
Data taken from: 1st August – 7th September