Manchester City favourites to win 2020/21 Premier League Title
2020/21 Premier League Odds
Liverpool have won the Premier League for the first time and therefore ended their thirty-year wait for a domestic title, however what are the Premier League odds for next season? Can Liverpool make it two titles in succession or will they surrender the crown to Manchester City or Chelsea?
Manchester City’s defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last night was enough to gift Liverpool the Premier League title, however despite the Reds clinching the trophy with seven games to spare and just a single league defeat throughout the season, some bookmakers make them second favourites to repeat this feat in 2020/21.
Indeed Jurgen Klopp’s men are as big as 7/4 to finish top of the pile next May while they are as short as Evens with some operators. Overall, the general consensus is that Manchester City have a better chance of winning the 2020/21 title as Liverpool. Some bookies even make Pep Guardiola’s men odds-on favourites to go all the way next term at 10/11, despite the fact that their 2019/20 campaign could best be described as underwhelming.
You can back Manchester City to win the Premier League Title at a best overall price of 5/4 if you hunt around.
With a Champions League ban hanging heavy over them, Manchester City could well be waving goodbye to boss Pep Guardiola next season and his final swansong could be to once again lead his side to the Premier League crown.
Ones to beat
It is extremely tight between the Premier League’s two best teams, however the general consensus amongst the leading bookmakers is that the Citizens are the ones to beat. Chelsea are third favourites in the betting at a general 12/1, the Blues set to announce more smart business dealings in the summer transfer window, while Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur way behind at a general 16/1 and 33/1 respectively.
2020/21 Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers
Evens – Manchester City
6/5 – Liverpool
12/1 – Chelsea
16/1 – Manchester United
33/1 – Tottenham Hotspur
50/1 – Arsenal
100/1 – Leicester City