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Top 4 Odds

Premier League Top 4 Finish Odds: Man City, Liverpool and Arsenal lead the way still

There are once again more clubs who believe they should earn places in the Champions League this season than available berths and the race to claim a spot in Europe's top club competition looks set to go to the wire again.

Premier League Top Four Finish Odds 2023/24

All odds courtesy of bet365, correct at the time of publishing and subject to change



Man City






Aston Villa




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West Ham


All Others 250/1

Newcastle won a Champions League place for the first time in 21 years this season but the Magpies have work to do if they want to appear again next year and a group of five is beginning to break clear at the top of the Premier League standings.

Manchester City @ 1/66

The Premier League champions are second in the table after their dramatic 3-2 win at Newcastle on Saturday, which was secured by a superb late goal from substitute Oscar Bobb.

With Kevin De Bruyne returning from injury to also score in that game after coming off the bench, things are looking up for City, who are only two points behind Liverpool.

Pep Guardiola's squad are only three points ahead of fifth-placed Tottenham but with De Bruyne back to inspire them and Erling Haaland on his way back from injury too, City are 1/66 to remain in the top four until the end of the season.

Liverpool @ 1/50

Liverpool are also considered highly likely to earn a Champions League place for next season at 1/50 as they return to action after having last week off.

The Reds face Bournemouth on Sunday looking to maintain their position at the head of the pack.

Arsenal @ 1/7

Arsenal were another team having their winter break last week, but they remain in the top four, albeit only on goal difference from Tottenham.

The Gunners have lost their last two league matches against West Ham and Fulham and also went out of the FA Cup to Liverpool, so they will be looking to turn things around and avoid slipping out of the top four when they host Crystal Palace on Saturday. A win would take them ahead of Aston Villa into third place.

Aston Villa @ 5/6

Aston Villa lost a little ground to Manchester City when they were held to a goalless draw at Goodison Park by Everton on Sunday.

With no game this week, they are vulnerable to Arsenal moving ahead of them by beating Crystal Palace, but fifth-placed Tottenham remain three points behind them and Villa are 5/6 to stay in the top four.

Tottenham @ 6/5

Spurs played a typically entertaining game on their visit to Old Trafford, eventually having to settle for a 2-2 draw after a pair of equalisers from Richarlison and Rodrigo Bentancur.

It was a solid enough result given that manager Ange Postecoglou is currently without a number of his top performers such as Heung-Min Son, James Maddison and Dejan Kulusevski, while recent loan signing Timo Werner made a promising first start.

Manchester United @ 10/1

Manchester United are eight points off the top four after dropping points for the fifth time in their last six Premier League games when being held to a 2-2 home draw by Spurs.

They will fall another place in the table to eighth if Brighton beat Wolves on Monday during the Red Devils' week off.

Chelsea @ 10/1

A Cole Palmer penalty was enough to give Chelsea their third successive league win against Fulham but the Blues are in ninth position and still nine points off fourth place.

Chelsea have Carabao Cup and FA Cup games to deal with next before they return to league action against Liverpool on 31st January.

Newcastle @ 12/1

Manchester City's late winner means Newcastle have now lost their last four Premier League games, even though a quick two-goal blast had put them 2-1 up at half-time.

The Magpies are now 11 points outside the top four and would drop into the bottom half of the table if Wolves can win at Brighton on Monday.

Brighton @ 14/1

Only one win in their last five league games has seen Brighton relegated to the fringes of the race for the Champions League but they have kept their points tally ticking over with five points from their last three outings.

Albion are 14/1 to make the top four this season and looking to move up the table by beating Wolves at home on Monday.

West Ham @ 25/1

West Ham are currently best of the rest in the race for the top four as the sixth-placed team but they are looking at a six-point gap to Arsenal and Tottenham above them.

The Hammers can halve the gap to Spurs if they win at Sheffield United on Sunday but they are 25/1 to be in the top four places at the end of the season.

How does Top 4 betting work?

Betting on the Premier League top 4 is super easy and simple to understand, as well as being extremely popular among punters, all of whom want to see their teams succeed in the league, with the Champions League places usually being the bar for this.

Teams can finish anywhere between 1st and 4th to qualify for the top 4 finish.

Winning bets, both single or accumulators, will be paid out either on the final day of the season, when the league placings have been finalised. Or will be paid out as a winner when the teams are mathematically confirmed as top 4 finishers.

This means that they cannot on points or goal difference be knocked out of the top 4 by any of the sides below them.

If you have bet on two, three or all four of the top four finishers, then each leg will be confirmed as a win, as these sides are mathematically confirmed, but the whole bet will only be paid out as a winner, when all the legs are satisfied.