The world’s most followed league, the English Premier League 2021/2, starts on the 14th August. Manchester City are hot favourites to win the Premier League once more, beating challenges from Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United.
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Man City Outright Odds To Win Premier League
Manchester City are strong favourites at 4/6 (implied 60% probability), Chelsea and Liverpool are (roughly) joint second favourites with similar odds of around 11/2 (6.5), with them both having an implied probability of 15.4% each. This then makes City clear favourites for the Premier League title in 21/22.
City’s great rivals Manchester United are narrowly behind Chelsea and Liverpool on around 13/2, (7.5), with a probability of 13.3%.
Following United are Tottenham but a long way behind at (40/1), with their North London rivals Arsenal on a fairly generous (50/1).
Operators then see four serious contenders for the Premier League crown, with Manchester City their obvious favourite.
Premier League Betting Tips 2021/2
We start with Arsenal, and finish today on Chelsea Football Club.
In coming days we will look at the rest of the Premier League to give you the complete Premier League betting guide for the 2021/22 season.
Arsenal Predictions For 21/22
After finishing just 8th last time – poor for a team of Arsenal’s pedigree – Mikel Arteta needs to show his Gunners team improving this EPL season. With Spurs competing in Europe at least Arsenal will be freer to concentrate on the domestic Premier League season.
Arséne Wenger must be looking on sorrowfully as he sees how far his old team have fallen, when qualification for the Champions League was almost automatic.
Europa League should be achievable but that’s a modest ambition.
Bukayo Saka: direct, versatile, talented, he put himself on the international stage in the Euros.
Brighton centre half Ben White edges closer to an Arsenal move.
This follows their recent signing of Albert Sambi Lokonga.
Three more signings are rumoured. Nuno Tavares has been linked.
Also mentioned have been Barcelona goalkeeper Neto. Also Leicester’s excellent James Maddison is a target and would strengthen the Gunners engine room.
Arsenal are certainly spending and should be more competitive in the Premier League this season.
Arsenal’s Odds to Win the Premier League: 50/1
Arsenal’s odds to Finish in the Top 4: 9/2
Arsenal’s odds to Finish in the Top 6: 11/8
Prediction for Arsenal: higher than 8th but probably lower than 4th.
If one of the four favourites for the Premier League title has an off season – and one of them often does – then betting on Champions League qualification makes some sense.
Aston Villa Predictions For 21/22
Aston Villa had a good season last time out, coming 11th. But if Villa are to do even better in the Premier League this season they will need to fight off offers for star midfielder Jack Grealish, who many England fans think was under-utilised in the Euros.
Villa’s win-ratio falls amazingly – and alarmingly – when Grealish is injured.
Emi Buendia was a strong signing and they are also trying to sign young Arsenal playmaker Emile Smith Rowe.
With Grealish, Europa League qualification should be possible. But can Villa fight off Man City for Grealish?
They have re-signed Ashley Young. Harry Winks of Spurs would be a good signing. Dele Alli, also of Spurs, but seemingly now better at PlayStation than football, might be a target should Grealish go.
Loan targets remain Manchester United centre-back Axel Tuanzebe to compete with Tyrone Mings and Ezri Konsa for the centre back spot.
Villa are drooling over Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham.
Aston Villa’s Odds on Winning the Premier League: 150/1
Aston Villa’s odds on Finishing in the Top Four: 16/1
Aston Villa’s Odds on Finishing in the Top 6: 11/2
Prediction for Aston Villa: 10th
BetGold’s Premier League 21/22 betting guide team say: save your money.
How Should I Bet In the English Premier League 21/22?
Chelsea is a team to consider betting on to win the Premier League.
Manchester City need to sign Harry Kane or similar to replace Sergio Aguero, but it is easy to see why they are favourites to win the Premier League again, and why they are the club tipped by our BetGold Premier League 21/22 betting guide writers.
City are rightly favourites, but the title race could be closer than the bookies think.
Study the other markets that you will see in our forthcoming guides, like the odds on silly little Brentford avoiding relegation in their first Premier League campaign.
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