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Premier League Odds & Betting – The Odds Manager Guide

It seems just like yesterday that Liverpool finally lifted the Premier League trophy but we’re already eyeing up the business end of the 2020-21 season.

Here at Odds Manager, we’ll have all the Premier League title odds and action covered every step of the way through to the final day on May 23, 2021.

Check out who we fancy to come out on top this season and who we think will take the dreaded drop to Championship, plus the latest Premier League winner odds.

With Covid still keeping stadiums empty, it’s going to be a strange old season, but even if you won’t be able to get inside the stadiums at least you can decide if you want fake fan noise or not.

Some may say it would be handy if this was also an option for Steve McManaman’s analysis…

Premier League Betting Update – March 2021

As we approach the final stretch of this weird yet wonderful season, it looks like it’s Manchester City’s title to lose, right?

Pep Guardiola has run riot at the start of 2021, seeing his fluid City side of interchanging midfielders top the table by a healthy distance.

A recent 2-0 loss in the Manchester derby only dented their pride rather than their title ambitions, with Manchester United still closer to seventh than they are top.

The race for a Champions League place looks the most interesting.

Manchester United, Leicester City, Chelsea, West Ham, Everton, Tottenham, and fallen champions Liverpool (just!) all have genuine hopes of squeezing into the top four, with the current occupants looking the most likely.

Leicester City will be reminded of how they imploded last season, and with Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea looking like a side re-born, there could yet be some chopping and changing in the money spots.

Liverpool’s inability to score or win at Anfield sees them really off the pace and in danger of missing out on Europe all together.

We assumed the relegation battle was done and dusted in mid-January, until Scott Parker grabbed his Fulham side by the collar and dragged them up the league.

This turnaround in form from the west Londoners has coincided with the drop in quality from Newcastle and Brighton, with one of those three looking to battle it out to avoid joining West Bromwich Albion and Sheffield United for the drop.

We’ve still got plenty of football to be played this season and plenty of points to squabble over, so make sure you keep it locked into Odds Manager for the best Odds Picks and Odds Boosts for the best league in the world!

Here are all the latest odds for the upcoming matches in the Premier League.

Click on any odds to add it to your betslip or click on a fixture to see a comparison of odds from all the top bookies.

Why Bet On The Premier League?

The Premier League is consistently the most popular league to bet on – especially this season!

With every fixture televised until crowds are back in stadiums and with unpredictable score following unpredictable score, there’s always a chance to sniff out some action in the betting markets.

You’ll be able to find over one hundred markets for each Premier League match ranging from first goalscorer to the last yellow card.

We’ve got one of the most open title races for years as well as a pick ‘em for the top four spots – whether it’s ante-post betting or in-play you’re after, look no further than the Premier League.

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Top Teams In The Premier League

Liverpool stormed to the title in 2020, but can they win back-to-back championships? 

Here’s our breakdown of contenders for the Premier League title plus our top Odds Pick for the big one.

Manchester City – After disappointing last season, City can be expected to splash the cash as they look to try to snatch back the Premiership title.  If they can lock-in a centre-back and a long-term replacement for Sergio Aguero, they should be in with a shout.

Liverpool – After romping last season’s title by 18 points, the Reds will be going all-in to keep hold of the Premiership trophy. It’s never easy to defend a championship but the title-winning squad remains intact and in Klopp we trust.

Manchester United – Despite spending big last season, United were still frustrating and we can’t see them overcoming both City and Liverpool this year.  Any slim chance they do have, would be boosted if they can finally lure Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.

Click on the link below to see our top Odds Pick for Premier League Winner this season.

Top 4 Contenders In The Premier League

With such a juicy carrot on offer the battle for a Top 4 place is always intense, so let’s take a look at the current favourites to secure those top spots. 

Premier League Top 4 = Champions League, it’s that simple!

Manchester City – The boys in blue have secured a Top 4 finish every season since 2010. And with plenty dollar to spend, it would be a huge shock if City can’t purchase their way to a Champions League spot again.

Liverpool – As you’d expect, the title holders are short odds to finish in the Top 4 once more. Would anyone bet against them succeeding? We certainly wouldn’t.

Manchester United – United secured only 3rd last season thanks to the implosion of Leicester City in the final few matches and at the current Top 4 prices, they look one to swerve.

Arsenal – We expect Mikel Arteta to stamp his style on a new-look squad and the Gunners are a tasty price to secure a Top 4 finish. 

Click on the link below to see our top Odds Pick for Premier League Top 4 this season.

Top Goalscorer Contenders In The Premier League

Goals wins matches and it looks set to be another cracking contest for Premier League Top Scorer.

Check out who we think will lift the Golden Boot come the end of this season.

Mohamed Salah – Top scorer in 2018 and joint top scorer in 2019, Salah will be keen to get back to the top of the charts as he looks to drive Liverpool to consecutive titles.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Having hit the back of the net 22 times last season, Aubameyang will be the go-to man once more as Arsenal look to reclaim a Top 4 spot.

Harry Kane – The winner in 2016 and 2017, Kane will be itching to bag plenty goals once more as he eyes up that elusive first trophy with Tottenham.

Sergio Aguero – In what might be his final season in England, Aguero will be looking to go out with a bang as City look to regain the Premiership title. 

Will we hear Aguerooooooooo once more?

Click on the link below to see our top Odds Pick for Premier League Top Goalscorer this season.

Top Relegation Contenders In The Premier League

Norwich, Watford and Bournemouth crashed into the abyss of the Championship last season but who will tumble down the rabbit hole this season?

Here we flag the relegation risks plus our top Odds Pick for the drop!

West Brom – The Baggies won automatic promotion in 2020, taking 2nd in the Championship, and their ageing squad has Premiership experience. But can they bag enough points to stay up?

Fulham – Following relegation in 2019, the Londoners bounced right back to the top table when they beat Brentford in the 2020 playoff final. They’ll need Aleksandar Mitrović and his goal-scoring exploits to continue – any dip in form from him could see them with a fight on their hands.

Aston Villa – Villa survived by the skin of their teeth last season and unless they can turn Villa Park into a fortress, they might be facing yet another relegation battle. 

Newcastle – After the failed Saudi-led takeover of the club, it could be a long, hard season for the Toon Army with no new investment likely under their favourite man in charge, Mike Ashley. 

Click on the link below to see our top Odds Pick for Premier League Relegation this season.

Premier League Key Dates For The 2020-21 Season

  • Liverpool v Man City: February 7, 2021
  • Liverpool v Everton: February 20, 2021
  • Man City v Man United: March 6, 2021
  • Arsenal v Tottenham: March 13, 2021
  • Man United v Liverpool: May 1, 2021
  • Final day: May 23, 2021

What Happened Last Season?

Well, what didn’t happen last season?

With the COVID-19 pandemic stopping all football in England in mid-March, there was a time when we were all skeptical of the season finishing.

After three months of thumb twiddling, the Premier League returned behind closed doors and Liverpool resumed their canter to a first Premier League crown.

Jurgen Klopp’s Reds walked the league by 18 points from Manchester City, recording 32 wins from 38 matches, gathering 99 points on the way.

Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea completed the top four, gaining entrance to the Champions League, with Leicester, Tottenham and Arsenal (courtesy of the FA Cup) qualifying for the Europa League.

Newly promoted Sheffield United were the shocks of the season, finishing in ninth spot following an impressive season.

The relegation fight went down to the wire with Aston Villa finishing just a point above the doomed Bournemouth and Waford in 18th and 19th. Norwich City were the first to face the drop, only winning 21 points all season.

Jamie Vardy scooped the Golden Boot after finding the net 23 times throughout the campaign, with Belgium’s Kevin De Bruyne providing the most assists of the season by some margin (20).

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Final day: May 23, 2021.

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