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Premier League betting odds: Upcoming games
Our betting tips and predictions for the upcoming Premier League matches will appear below.
Crystal Palace are winless in their last 10 home matches in a row against Man United.
Fernandes will be hopeful of returning to the scoresheet as he attempts to catch Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah as the league’s leading scorer.
Two out-of-sorts teams. Foxes to edge it.
Leicester are struggling for consistent goal production until they receive attacking reinforcements with returning players.
Villa could find difficulty breaking down the Blades but still have enough quality to win the dual outright.
Potentially without Grealish and Barkley, Dean Smith may look to Ollie Watkins to provide the goods even more than he already has this season.
Everton’s recent Merseyside derby win was the perfect way for the Toffees to end their mini-run of poor form, and continued against Southampton.
The Brazilian has five goals in his last five appearances across all competitions, including three in his last three Premier League outings.
Klopp will hope that Liverpool’s win over Sheffield United will be a positive catalyst, and give them the confidence to now go on and beat Chelsea.
The Egyptian forward remains the Premier League’s leading goal scorer with 17 for the season.
Spurs should have enough quality to see off Scott Parker’s side and get their push for the top four back on track.
Mourinho is likely to rotate his side for Thursday’s match and could hand Alli his first league start since the opening day.
Odds on the next 10 Premier League games
|West Bromwich Albion vs Everton FC||4 March, 18:00||Not started|
|Fulham FC vs Tottenham Hotspur FC||4 March, 18:00||Not started|
|Liverpool FC vs Chelsea FC||4 March, 20:15||Not started|
|Burnley FC vs Arsenal FC||6 March, 12:30||Not started|
|Sheffield United FC vs Southampton FC||6 March, 15:00||Not started|
|Aston Villa FC vs Wolverhampton Wanderers FC||6 March, 17:30||Not started|
|Brighton & Hove Albion FC vs Leicester City FC||6 March, 20:00||Not started|
|West Bromwich Albion vs Newcastle United FC||7 March, 12:00||Not started|
|Liverpool FC vs Fulham FC||7 March, 14:00||Not started|
|Manchester City FC vs Manchester United FC||7 March, 16:30||Not started|
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What’s going to happen in the 2020-21 Premier League?
The 2020-21 Premier League season restarted on September 12, 2020.
Can Liverpool retain their title?
Will Manchester City reassert their dominance?
Or, can the likes of Man United, Chelsea or Arsenal muster a significant title challenge?
Of course, there will be plenty of betting offers to enjoy in the 2020-21 season!
Continue below for more Premier League betting predictions and tips.
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Premier League betting tips: Predictions
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Without further ado, the 101 Great Goals 2020-21 Premier League betting predictions are as follows.
Winners: Man City
Other two teams in top 4: Liverpool, Man United
Relegation: West Brom, Fulham, Aston Villa
Also, consider the following 2020-21 Premier League betting tips.
– Everton and Crystal Palace to struggle this season
– Arsenal to finish in the top 6
– Wolves to perform worse than in 2019-20
Premier League betting tips: outright odds
Having finished the 2019-20 season as runners-up, Manchester City are the pre-season favourites to win the 2020-21 Premier League.
Just one week ago Man City were 1/1 to win the title in Pep Guardiola’s final year of his contract. Those odds have now dropped to 8/11 in a reminder to get your bets in early!
Can Liverpool win the title in successive seasons?
Jurgen Klopp lead Liverpool to their first league title in 30 years last time. Liverpool ended the season a whopping 18-points clear of Man City.
Also, Liverpool will still have Mo Salah, Bobby Firmino and Sadio Mane in 2020-21. So they can do it again, right?
Well, after beating 7/4 to retain their crown, Liverpool are now 9/4 to win the league following their defeat in the Community Sheild.
Could Mikel Arteta perform a miracle at Arsenal in 2020-21?
Arsenal, after beating Man City to win the FA Cup last season, beat Liverpool on penalties in the Community Shield.
A week ago Arsenal were priced at 50/1 to win the title. After beating Liverpool, those odds are now just 40/1.
What about Chelsea? Can Frank Lampard lead them to Premier League glory?
The Blues have spent a fortune in the summer recruiting the likes of Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Hakim Ziyech and Thiago Silva. Chelsea have a whole new look to them this season.
As a result, the Premier League betting odds on Chelsea to win the title are 12/1.
Premier League title outright odds – constantly updated
Premier League betting tips: Who will finish in the top 4?
The race for the top 4 in the Premier League went down to the wire in 2019-20.
In the end Man United finished third and Chelsea finished fourth.
Leicester were 5th, Tottenham 6th and Wolves ended the season 8.
Arsenal could only finish in 9th.
This season, the Gunners are priced at 5/2 to bank a top 4 Premier League spot.
Tottenham are valued at 3/1 to secure a Champions League spot, while Wolves can be backed at 6/1.
Looking further afield, Leeds are 25/1 to finish in the top 4.
Alternatively, arguably the best value for money pick is to go for Southampton to finish in the top 4 at 33/1.
Premier League top 4 odds – constantly updated
Premier League betting tips: Relegation
Norwich, Bournemouth and Watford were relegated from the Premier League last season. But who will go down this time around?
The smart money is on West Brom. The Baggies, with a squad devoid of any real stars, are the bookies’ favourite for relegation at 1/1.
Fulham are the second-favourites for the drop at 11/10.
The Cottagers only secured promotion in the playoffs, however Fulham do have potential matchwinners in their squad including Aleksander Mitrovic.
Aston Villa narrowly beat the drop last year. But will Dean Smith’s manage to avoid relegation again?
With Jack Grealish still around, Villa have a talisman. Yet, the Villians are third-favourites to go down at 7/4.
Elsewhere, while Crystal Palace are on their best ever run of successive seasons in the top flight, the Eagles are 2/1 to be in the Championship in 2021-22.
Newcastle, after their Saudi takeover imploded, are 9/4 for relegation, while Everton are 20/1 to finish in the bottom three.
Premier League relegation odds – constantly updated
Premier League to finish in the top half odds – constantly updated
Premier League to finish in the bottom half odds – constantly updated
Premier League odds on who will finish bottom of the league
The Premier League table as it stands:
|1||Manchester City FC||27||20||5||2||56||17||39||65|
|2||Manchester United FC||26||14||8||4||53||32||21||50|
|3||Leicester City FC||26||15||4||7||45||30||15||49|
|4||West Ham United FC||26||13||6||7||40||31||9||45|
|8||Tottenham Hotspur FC||25||11||6||8||41||27||14||39|
|9||Aston Villa FC||24||12||3||9||38||26||12||39|
|12||Wolverhampton Wanderers FC||27||9||7||11||28||37||-9||34|
|13||Crystal Palace FC||26||9||6||11||29||43||-14||33|
|16||Brighton & Hove Albion FC||26||5||11||10||26||33||-7||26|
|17||Newcastle United FC||26||7||5||14||27||44||-17||26|
|19||West Bromwich Albion||26||3||8||15||20||55||-35||17|
|20||Sheffield United FC||26||3||2||21||15||43||-28||11|