Premier League Title Odds: Who will lift the trophy in 2020/21?

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Premier League Title Odds

 

Update: 05.01.21

Liverpool have long been favourites to lift the 2020/21 Premier League trophy, however the reigning champions suffered a setback in their title bid last night when they lost 1-0 to Southampton at St Mary’s with Danny Ings scoring the only goal of the game in the second minute.  As such, Jurgen Klopp’s men sit level on points with Manchester United at the summit of the Premier League table and the bookmakers have reacted by lengthening their odds on winning the title for the second season in succession, most firms now going 5/2 that the trophy ends up at Anfield.

Manchester City hauled themselves up to fifth position in the league table thanks to a convincing 3-1 win over Chelsea on Sunday and Pep Guardiola’s men are now 8/11 odds-on favourites to finish the season in pole position. The Citizens have won their last four matches against Premier League opposition (including a 4-1 thrashing of Arsenal in the Carabao Cup) and they now sit just four points behind the Reds with two games in hand.

Manchester United have enjoyed a resurgence in form following their slow start to the season and they sit second in the league table with goal difference alone separating them from leaders Liverpool. The Red Devils extended their unbeaten run in the Premier League to ten games when they edged past Aston Villa to the tune of 2-1 last time out and the bookies have slashed the odds on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men winning the Premier League title to 6/1 on the back of this excellent run.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

8/11 –  Manchester City

5/2  –  Liverpool

6/1  –  Manchester United

14/1 –  Tottenham Hotspur

33/1 –  Leicester City

50/1 –  Chelsea

 

Update: 31.12.20

Evidence that this season’s Premier League title race is going to be extremely tight came last night when league leaders Liverpool could only manage a single point at Newcastle United when being held to a goal-less draw. This was another unconvincing display from a Reds outfit which have been blowing hot and cold for much of the campaign and it means that Manchester United could go level on points with Jurgen Klopp’s men should they beat Aston Villa on Friday.

The bookmakers responded to last night’s draw by lengthening the odds on Liverpool winning the 2020/21 Premier League title to 11/8, this being their biggest price for a fortnight. The odds on Manchester City finishing the campaign in pole position went in the opposite direction despite Pep Guardiola’s men having their midweek meeting with Everton postponed. The Citizens are now a 7/4 punt to lift the Premier League trophy this season, ahead of second-placed Manchester United who have seen their odds slashed decisively over the past couple of weeks to just 6/1.

Following a slow start to their domestic campaign, the Red Devils seem to have found their feet and they head into their meeting with Aston Villa on the back of an excellent run of seven wins and two draws in their last nine Premier League matches.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

Evns – Liverpool

2/1   –  Manchester City

8/1  –  Manchester United

16/1 –  Tottenham Hotspur

25/1 –  Chelsea

50/1 –  Leicester City

50/1 –  Everton

80/1 –  Aston Villa

 

Update: 30.12.20

Liverpool have a chance to haul themselves five points clear at the top of the Premier League table when they lock horns with Newcastle United at St James Park tonight. Jurgen Klopp’s men have been blowing hot and cold for much of the season but they have done enough to lift themselves into pole position. The Reds are a general Evens with most bookmakers to win the Premier League Title for the second season on the bounce and victory on Tyneside tonight would result in these odds being slashed even further.

As things stand, Manchester United sit second in the Premier League table with two points separating them from Liverpool. Following a slow start to the campaign, the Red Devils appear to have found their feet and their 1-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers on Boxing Day extended their unbeaten Premier League run to nine games with seven wins during this time. On the back of this excellent run, Solskjaer’s men have seen their Premier League Title odds slashed to a general 8/1.

Manchester City remain second favourites to lift the Premier League Title at the end of the season, however Pep Guardiola’s men were unable to narrow the gap between themselves and Liverpool last night due to their meeting with Everton being postponed. Most bookies go 2/1 that the Citizens finish the campaign top of the pile.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

Evns – Liverpool

2/1   –  Manchester City

8/1  –  Manchester United

16/1 –  Tottenham Hotspur

25/1 –  Chelsea

50/1 –  Leicester City

50/1 –  Everton

80/1 –  Aston Villa

 

Update: 28.12.20

Despite enjoying around 82% of possession, Premier League leaders Liverpool could only manage a 1-1 draw with struggling West Bromwich Albion at Anfield in the Boxing Day outing and as such, the bookies have lengthened the odds on the Reds winning this season’s Premier League title. Most firms now go 11/10 that Jurgen Klopp’s men lift the trophy at the end of the season, this price drifting from 5/6 odds-on before the Christmas break.

With the exception of the 7-0 win at Crystal Palace, Liverpool have generally been pretty unconvincing in their domestic campaign thus far although they can consider themselves unlucky not to have claimed all three points against the Baggies on Boxing Day given their domination throughout the match.

Manchester City hauled themselves further up the Premier League table thanks to a 2-0 win over Newcastle United and Pep Guardiola’s men are now second in the betting market to win this season’s title, their odds shortening ever so slightly from 5/2 to 15/8 over the past few days.

The odds on Manchester United clinching the title drifted slightly following their 2-2 draw with Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, the Red Devils now a 10/1 punt to finish the season top of the pile.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

11/10 – Liverpool

15/8 –  Manchester City

10/1 –  Manchester United

16/1 –  Tottenham Hotspur

20/1 –  Chelsea

33/1 –  Leicester City

50/1 –  Everton

 

Update: 23.12.20

With a hectic festive schedule ahead of us, Liverpool remain odds-on favourites to win the Premier League title this season with the bookmakers further cutting the odds on them finishing top of the pile to 5/6. Jurgen Klopp’s men have enjoyed an excellent season thus far and while they have been far from convincing in some of their performances, most pundits expect them to make it two titles on the bounce.

The Reds continued their excellent form when thrashing Crystal Palace to the tune of 7-0 in a completely one-sided exchange at Selhurst Park last weekend and they will be confident of securing maximum points from their next two outings. The Reds are up against struggling West Bromwich Albion and Newcastle United in their next two Premier League games and they head into these two games as odds-on favourites for all three points.

Manchester City’s Premier League Title odds have drifted slightly to 5/2, the Citizens currently sitting in eighth position in the division following an unconvincing start. Pep Guardiola’s men thrashed Arsenal 4-1 at the Emirates Stadium in the League Cup, however they have a testing few days ahead in the Premier League with a head-to-head with Newcastle United followed by meetings with Everton and Chelsea.

Manchester United are third favourites to secure the Premier League title thanks to some much improved performances of late, the Red Devils a general 8/1 shot to finish top of the pile. Chelsea are 10/1 to lift the trophy while Tottenham Hotspur are a 16/1 punt.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

5/6 – Liverpool

5/2  –  Manchester City

8/1 –  Manchester United

10/1 –  Chelsea

16/1 –  Tottenham Hotspur

251 –  Leicester City

 

Update: 21.12.20

The top four in the Premier League each enjoyed wins at the weekend, two of these being by substantial margins. Table-topping Liverpool thrashed Crystal Palace to the tune of 7-0 at Selhurst Park on Saturday afternoon while Manchester United thumped arch-rivals Leeds United 6/2 at Old Trafford yesterday. Following their emphatic victory in South London, Jurgen Klopp’s men went odds-on in the ‘Premier League Title’ betting market with most firms going 10/11 that the trophy ends up at Anfield for the second season in succession.

Manchester City sit second in the betting market although their odds have been steadily drifting and they are now a general 23/10 punt to lift the trophy. Pep Guardiola’s men were far from convincing when edging past Southampton 1-0 at the weekend and they sit seventh in the Premier League table as things stand.

One of the big movers over the past few days has been Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men seeing their title odds cut from 14/1 to 10/1 thanks to their huge weekend win. Chelsea are in action tonight when they entertain West Ham United at Stamford Bridge, the Blues next in the market at 12/1 while city rivals Tottenham Hotspur complete the top five in the betting market, the North Londoners now a general 16/1 punt following their weekend defeat at home to Leicester City.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

10/11 – Liverpool

23/10 – Manchester City

10/1 –  Manchester United

12/1 –  Chelsea

16/1 –  Tottenham Hotspur

33/1 –  Leicester City

 

Update: 17.12.20

Having been held to a 1-1 draw at Fulham just a few days earlier, Liverpool returned to winning ways last night when they edged past Tottenham Hotspur to the tune of 2-1, Mo Salah firing the Reds ahead in the 26th minute and Roberto Firmino adding a second following a first-half leveller from Heung-Min Son. This was enough to send Jurgen Klopp’s men above Spurs and they now sit three points clear at the summit of the Premier League table.

The bookmakers reacted by slashing the odds on Liverpool clinching the Premier League title for a second consecutive season, most firms now going just 5/4 that they make it two on the bounce. Following the final whistle at Anfield, Tottenham Hotspur’s odds drifted from 5/1 to 7/1.

Manchester City have managed just two wins from their last five Premier League outings and while they do have a game-in-hand over Liverpool, Pep Guardiola’s men have been far from consistent in recent weeks with their last two games ending in draws against Manchester United and struggling West Bromwich Albion.

The odds on the Citizens winning this season’s Premier League title have also drifted from 15/8 to a general 9/1 and Guardiola will be desperate for some improvement when his side visit high-flying Southampton on Saturday afternoon.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

5/4  –  Liverpool

9/4  –  Manchester City

7/1  –  Tottenham Hotspur

9/1  –  Chelsea

14/1 –  Manchester United

40/1 –  Leicester City

66/1 –  Everton

 

Update: 16.12.20

Of the sides in the top three of the Premier League table, only Leicester City managed to claim three points in their latest outing courtesy of a convincing 3-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion at the King Power Stadium. League leaders Tottenham Hotspur were held to a 1-1 draw by Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park while title favourites Liverpool were forced to settle for a share of the spoils by Fulham at Craven Cottage. As for Manchester City, they drew 1-1 at home to struggling West Bromwich Albion while Chelsea lost 2-1 to Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux.

As such, the race for the Premier League title has slowed down somewhat with no side racing ahead of the opposition. Indeed of the teams in the top six, only Leicester City and Southampton managed to win their last games and hardly surprisingly the bookmakers have hardly changed their title odds over the past few days.

Liverpool remain favourites to win their second Premier League title in succession with most firms going 7/4 on Jurgen Klopp’s men while Manchester City stay second in the market at general odds of 15/8. Tottenham Hotspur are next at odds of 5/1 while Chelsea make up the top four in the betting at 9/1, these odds lengthening substantially following their defeat to Wolves on Tuesday evening.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

7/4  –  Liverpool

15/8 –  Manchester City

5/1  –  Tottenham Hotspur

9/1  –  Chelsea

 

Update: 08.12.20

  • All of the top seven sides won their weekend fixtures
  • Liverpool and Spurs remain level on points at the top of the table
  • Liverpool are still slight favourites for the Premier League title

 

There was some thrilling Premier League action taking place at the weekend and each of the top seven sides in the Premier League table collected maximum points, the standout results perhaps being Liverpool’s 4-0 thrashing of Wolverhampton Wanderers at Anfield and Tottenham Hotspur’s 2-0 win over Arsenal in the North London derby at White Hart Lane.

Manchester City brushed aside Premier League strugglers Fulham to the tune of 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium while fourth-placed Leicester City edged past bottom side Sheffield United to the tune of 2-1 at Bramall Lane.

Liverpool remain favourites to win the Premier League title for the second time in succession with most firms going 7/4 that the trophy ends up at Anfield at the close of 2020/21. Man City are hot on the heels of Jurgen Klopp’s men at general odds of 2/1 while London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea have both shortened slightly to 5/1 following their weekend wins.

This looks set to be a four-horse race for the title with Manchester United and Leicester City way out in the betting at odds of 20/1 and 40/1 respectively. Arsenal are out of the running at 250/1, the same odds as Wolverhampton Wanderers and Southampton.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

7/4  –  Liverpool

2/1  –  Manchester City

5/1  –  Tottenham Hotspur

5/1  –  Chelsea

20/1 –  Manchester United

40/1 –  Leicester City

 

Update: 03.12.20

  • Top-two sides Liverpool and Spurs could only manage a point apiece last weekend
  • Man City appear to have awakened from their early-season slumber
  • Man City are now favourites to win the 2020/21 Premier League title

 

In the Premier League, Manchester City responded to their 2-0 defeat to Spurs in excellent fashion by demolishing struggling Burnley to the tune of 5-0 at the weekend. As a result, most bookies now make Pep Guardiola’s men 13/8 favourites to lift the Premier League trophy at the end of the 2020/21 campaign. City have been far from convincing throughout the season – at least in domestic competition – and they remain in the bottom half of the league table, however the weekend win has been seen as a turnaround for a side which has looked utterly unconvincing of late.

Given Burnley’s poor start to the season and the fact that they are odds-on for relegation, City were expected to have a relatively easy time of things against Sean Dyche’s men. Nevertheless, the Citizens have been extremely convincing in the Champions League with four wins from four group games and most pundits believe that they can emulate this success in the remainder of their Premier League campaign.

Top-two sides Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur could only manage a point apiece in their weekend outings, the Reds drawing 1-1 at Brighton & Hove Albion and Spurs sharing the spoils with Chelsea following a goal-less draw at Stamford Bridge. Jurgen Klopp’s men are a 2/1 punt for the Premier League title while London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea are 11/2 apiece.

The odds on Manchester United lifting the title have shortened from 28/1 to 20/1 following their hard-fought weekend win over Southampton. Leicester City’s surprise home defeat to struggling Fulham has resulted in the Foxes’ title odds lengthening from 33/1 to a general 40/1.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

15/8 –  Manchester City

2/1  –  Liverpool

11/2 –  Chelsea

11/2 –  Tottenham Hotspur

20/1 –  Manchester United

40/1 –  Leicester City

 

 

Update: 23.11.20 

  • Tottenham Hotspur sit in pole position in Premier League table
  • Spurs now third-favourites for their first ever Premier League title
  • Liverpool remain firm favourites to make it two titles on the bounce

 

The race for the 2020/21 Premier League looks set to be a thrilling one and the bookies have slashed the odds on Spurs finishing top of the pile following their convincing 2-0 win over Manchester City at the weekend. Joe Mourinho’s men went into the 2020/21 campaign as 60/1 rank outsiders to clinch their first ever Premier League trophy, however the North Londoners are now a general 5/1 punt to win the title. This is down to Spurs being the pick of the punters following their victory over the Citizens, an estimated 14% of all bets through freebets.org being aimed in their direction over the past week.

Defending Premier League champions Liverpool remain firm favourites for the title at odds of 11/8 and they have also been heavily backed following their 3-0 win over Leicester City on Sunday. Manchester City have been struggling for consistency this term and this has affected their odds, Pep Guardiola’s men sliding out to 11/4 second-favourites.

As far as the bookmakers are concerned, there is only one other sides with a realistic chance of clinching the 2020/21 Premier League title and this is Frank Lampard’s Chelsea, the Blues a 5/1 punt to finish the season at the summit of the division.

Indeed both Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are being seen as viable threats to Manchester City and Liverpool’s dominance throughout the past few seasons. It would appear that punters believe that Tottenham Hotspur could give their Portuguese manager his fourth Premier League title.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

11/8 –  Liverpool

11/4 –  Manchester City

5/1  –  Tottenham Hotspur

5/1  –   Chelsea

28/1 –  Manchester United

33/1 –  Leicester City

80/1 –  Arsenal

80/1 –  Everton

 

 

10.11.20

  • Liverpool sit just one point off top spot in the Premier League table
  • Salah is vying with Kane to be top scorer this season
  • The Reds have been European and English champions in the past two seasons

 

Leicester City may be sitting in pole position in the Premier League table but reigning champions Liverpool are top of the betting market, Jurgen Klopp’s men now a 13/8 shot to once again claim the biggest prize in the domestic game. The Reds held previous favourites Manchester City to a 1-1 draw at the weekend and following this result, the bookies shortened the odds on Liverpool making it two title wins in succession from 2/1 to a general 13/8.

Indeed following the injury of Virgil Van Dijk last month, the odds on the Reds lifting the Premier League trophy at the end of 2020/21 had drifted to as much as 5/2, however since then the Merseyside outfit have enjoyed some excellent performances and they offer plenty of value at the top of the betting market.

One of the biggest movers in the Premier League Title betting market are Leicester City, the Foxes’ 1-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers resulting in their odds being slashed from a general 50/1 to just 25/1 for a second title success. Brendan Rodgers’ men have already enjoyed some excellent results this term – the most outstanding amongst these being the 5-2 win over Manchester City – and should they brush aside Liverpool in a similar manner after the international break, then their name will very much be in the hat for the title.

 

Premier League Title Odds from BetVictor Bookmakers

 

7/5  –  Liverpool

13/8 –  Manchester City

7/1  –  Chelsea

7/1  –  Tottenham Hotspur

25/1 –  Leicester City

28/1 –  Manchester United

66/1 –  Arsenal