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After Liverpool landed their first Premier League title in 2019-20, normal service was resumed for Manchester City over the last two seasons as Pep Guardiola guided City to their sixth Premier League title and their seventh top-flight league success in total.
Yes, it was nail-biting stuff over the final few weeks of action, but Manchester City got over the line by a point in the end – after winning 93 points, with Liverpool back on 92 and the next best Chelsea on 74 and Spurs on 71 – who both qualify for the Champions League too.
But, what does the betting look like ahead of next season (2022-23) in the Premier League?
2022-23 Premier League Outright Betting
Football fans have had no major summer tournament to keep things ticking over, so when the action gets going again on Aug 5th, soccer lovers will be chomping at the bit.
The action gets underway on Friday 5th August with Premier League with Crystal Palace hosting Arsenal in an all-London start, then a whole host of fixtures follow on the Saturday and Sunday that include Liverpool away to Fulham (Sat 6th Aug) and West Ham welcoming the champions Man City (Sun 7th Aug).
Looking at the current Premier League betting market, the bookmakers have the reigning champions – Manchester City – around 1.57, with Liverpool next best @ 3.00, then a huge gap to the rest with Spurs @ 15.00, Chelsea at 17.00, then Manchester United at 29.00 and Arsenal at 67.00. It’s 81.00+ the rest. (odds are subject to change).
Therefore, the betting very much has a ‘two-horse race’ feel to it. We can expect Man City to strengthen-up a fair bit during the transfer window in the summer too – they’ve already bagged Erling Haaland which is not good news for their rivals, while Liverpool look set to lose one of their main men – Sadio Mane – who is off to Bayern Munich.
Manchester City @ 1.57 only had a point in-hand over Liverpool last season, but you feel with Haaland in the team now – a proper recognised frontman, they are going to be hard to stop.
Of course, The 2019-20 winners – Liverpool @ 3.00 – certainly can’t be ruled out though. They still arguably have the best centreback in the work – Virgil Van Dijk – and if they can keep hold of Mo Salah this will, of course help. They’ve also bagged the useful Darwin Nunez, while new signing last season – Jota and Diaz – slotted in well too.
Chelsea @ 17.00 finished third last season but were still 19 points off City and 18 off Liverpool. You feel they will be there abouts again and the FA Cup and League Cup finalists from last season are more than capable of beating anyone in the top-flight on their day. However, the jury is out on if they sustain that level of form with their current squad – last season’s performance suggests they will fall short again.
Manchester United @ 29.00 finished way back in 6th last season with just 58 points and things at United look a bit dire. Of course, any side with a certain Ronaldo in can’t be dismissed and they’ve a new manager at the helm in Erik ten Hag. However, you feel there is still a lot of rebuilding to do at Old Trafford and even though it would be no shock to see them get closer this season, 35 points to make up in City is huge.
What About The Rest? Tottenham @ 15.00 and Arsenal @ 67.00 both seem to have fallen off the pace in recent season, with Arsenal looking the worst of these big London sides. Spurs, picked up again last season under Conte and with Kane staying, Son landing the Golden Boot last term and the fact they finished in the Champions League slot means they will find it easier to attract the better players.
Of the outsiders Spurs are the most likely to cut from the pack and challenge the main two – any side with Kane and Son in has to be feared! They didn’t have a bad record when facing the better sides in the league, but their downfall over the years has been losing unexpected games to lesser sides – something that last season cost them a more comfortable end to the campaign.
Overall, it would be a huge shock if Manchester City are not good enough to defend their title for a third season on the spin.
Yes, Liverpool can challenge them all the way again, but with Haaland now at City and Mane leaving Liverpool these two factors alone will back City even stronger in this market and are fully expected to bag title number seven over the 2022-23 Premier League campaign.
JUICESTORM BEST BET: MANCHESTER CITY @ 1.57
JUICESTORM BEST OUTSIDER: SPURS @ 17.00
PREMIER LEAGUE WINNERS BY TEAM (Started in 1992-93)
- MANCHESTER UNITED -13
- MANCHESTER CITY – 6
- CHELSEA -5
- ARSENAL – 3
- BLACKBURN ROVERS -1
- LIVERPOOL -1
- LEICESTER CITY – 1
PREMIER LEAGUE – RECENT WINNERS
- 2021-22 – MANCHESTER CITY
- 2020-21: MANCHESTER CITY
- 2019-20: LIVERPOOL
- 2018-19: MANCHESTER CITY
- 2017-18: MANCHESTER CITY
- 2016-17: CHELSEA
- 2015-16: LEICESTER CITY
- 2014-14: CHELSEA
- 2013-14: MANCHESTER CITY
- 2012-13: MANCHESTER UNITED
- 2011-12: MANCHESTER CITY
- 2010-11: MANCHESTER UNITED
- 2009-10: CHELSEA
- 2008-09: MANCHESTER UNITED
- 2007-08: MANCHESTER UNITED
- 2006-07: MANCHESTER UNITED
- 2005-06: CHELSEA
- 2004-05: CHELSEA
- 2003-04: ARSENAL
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