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Premier League Winner Odds 2023/24

Premier League Winner Odds: City favourites again after Liverpool held

The Premier League odds received another shake-up in the latest round of matches as Liverpool were held to a 2-2 draw by Manchester United on Sunday.

Arsenal and Manchester City had secured comfortable victories on Saturday, but Liverpool could not make the most of their dominant first-half display in a memorable match at Old Trafford.

As a result, the Reds have fallen to third favourites in the title betting, with City now once again the favourites to claim a fourth successive title.

Arsenal still lead the table on goal difference from Liverpool, with the champions just one point behind and a gap of a further 10 points to Tottenham in fourth.

Premier League Winner Odds

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



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City are 6/4 favourites to retain their Premier League crown, but the top three teams are closely grouped with seven games each left to play.

City head betting again after downing Eagles

City conceded an early goal to Crystal Palace's Jean-Philippe Mateta at Selhurst Park on Saturday, but went on to secure a comfortable 4-2 victory with two Kevin De Bruyne goals and further strikes by Rico Lewis and Erling Haaland.

It extended the champions' unbeaten run in the Premier League to 16 games since their 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa in December.

They put in another top-quality performance in the Champions League on Tuesday night, drawing 3-3 in the first leg of their quarter-final against Real Madrid in Spain.

The Citizens could not have picked a better game to have between the two legs of that titanic tie as they host Luton at the Etihad on Saturday before Madrid's visit next Wednesday.

City are unbeaten in 16 at home league games this season and just 1/11 to beat the Hatters, having beaten them 2-1 at Kenilworth Road in December.

Pep Guardiola's team are 6/4 favourites to lift the Premier League trophy again in May.

Arsenal cruise against Seagulls

Arsenal put in a champions-level performance to crush Brighton 3-0 at the Amex Stadium on Saturday and keep the pressure on their title rivals.

The Gunners are unbeaten in their last 11 Premier League games, which includes their goalless draw against Manchester City.

Like City, they also played a full part in an entertaining Champions League quarter-final first leg on Tuesday as they drew 2-2 with Bayern Munich at the Emirates.

However, their weekend assignment is much tougher as they are at home to fifth-placed Aston Villa on Sunday.

The Gunners are 2/7 to come through that test successfully and have lost only one of their 15 home league games this season.

Mikel Arteta's team have a tricky schedule coming up with games against Wolves, Chelsea and Tottenham following their trip to Munich for the second leg.

The Gunners are 7/4 second-favourites to secure their first league title since 2004 this season.

Liverpool lose advantage at Old Trafford

Liverpool appeared on course to remain top of the table as they dominated the first half of Sunday's game at Old Trafford, having the first 15 shots of the game but leading only 1-0 at half-time.

United hit back with two great strikes from Bruno Fernandes and Kobbie Mainoo after the break and the Reds required a late penalty from Mohamed Salah to take even one point from the game against their north-west rivals.

Liverpool are at home to Atalanta in the Europa League on Thursday before they take on Crystal Palace at Anfield on Sunday.

The Reds are 2/9 to pick up three points this weekend, but then face a run of three success away games in the Premier League.

They are set to make two trips to London to face Fulham and West Ham, with a Merseyside derby against an Everton team fighting relegation in between on 24th April.

The Reds have been eased out to 9/4 to win a second Premier League title under Klopp in his final season at Anfield.

Spurs regain fourth place

Tottenham and Aston Villa are the only teams other than the top three to still have odds to win the title, but both are now available at four-figure prices.

Spurs regained fourth place with a 3-1 home win over Nottingham Forest on Sunday but are 2,500/1 for the title.

Villa falter in a thriller

Aston Villa fell out of the top four when Tottenham took advantage of them dropping points at home to Brentford in a thrilling 3-3 draw.

Unai Emery's team have taken only five points from their last five games and their title odds are out to 4,500/1 as they trail the leading pair by 11 points with only six matches left to play.

How Does Premier League Winner Betting Work?

Betting on which team is going to win the Premier League is extremely popular in the UK and is easy to understand.

You are simply betting on who is going to finish first in the Premier League this year and lift the trophy.

Winning bets are paid out either on the final day, when all the league's standings have been finalised, or when the team at the top have mathematically secured the title.

This means no other team can catch them or take the top position away from them, due to the amount of games and in turn points that can be won.

It’s a simple and fun way of betting on the outcome of the Premier League and can sometimes return major profits. In 2016 one bettor, after Leicester's shock league title triumph, secured a major payout after backing the Foxes at odds of 5000/1.