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Premier League Unbeaten Season Odds 2021/22

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Manchester City Odds: 20/1

Manchester City are the bookie’s favourites to go a whole Premier League campaign unbeaten at the odds of 20/1.

The Citizens lost five times in the whole of last season, despite going on an unbeaten run of 19 games unbeaten between defeats to Tottenham Hotspur on 21st November and Manchester United on 7th March. City started last season in uncharacteristically poor form following almost no pre-season between the end of the 2019/20 season and 2020/21, which resulted in some below-par performances, such as a shock 5-2 loss to Leicester City in late September.

City’s best season points-wise came in the 2017/18 campaign, where they managed 100 points, losing just twice, in a 4-3 loss at bogey ground Anfield, having fallen 4-1 behind, a ground which they won at 4-1 last campaign and to bitter rivals United, having been 2-0 up and in firm control until a Paul Pogba inspired comeback saw the Red Devils win 3-2.

If the Sky Blues make a significant striker signing then this could aid their bid to be just the second team in the Premier League era to go a full season unbeaten, as last season’s goal tally read at 83, compared to the 106 goals that they scored in their best season in 2017/18 and even the 102 City managed in 2019/20.

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Chelsea Odds: 100/1

Chelsea are the second favourites at 100/1 to go a full Premier League season unbeaten, following their Champions League triumph against City in late May, as well as the significant improvements that they made under Thomas Tuchel, which saw them win 10 of their first 15 league games under the former PSG manager, as well as keeping 11 clean sheets across these games.

The Blues defensive record under Tuchel with the 3-4-3 system suggests that they will be a tough nut to crack, but what they must improve on if they are to win more matches and enhance their chances of going unbeaten is their goalscoring record, having hit the back of the net just 58 times last season, with Timo Werner scoring just six, meaning that they will potentially need to invest in another striking option if the German continues to misfire at Stamford Bridge.

Liverpool Odds: 100/1

Last season Liverpool finished the season well, having faltered for much of the middle of the Premier League campaign, so, if they are to achieve the feat of going a whole season of league football unbeaten then their best-case study would be their 2019/20 season where they won the top-flight league title for the first time since its re-brand as the Premier League in 1992.

In the 2019/20 season, Jurgen Klopp’s side finished the campaign on 99 points, the second-highest in English top-flight history, losing just three times, with two of these defeats being after they had already won the league title. The Anfield club went on an unbeaten run of 44 matches combined between the end of the 2018/19 season until they were beaten on matchday 28 by Watford 3-1 at Vicarage Road on 29th February, meaning that they have the record of the second-longest unbeaten run in Premier League history, only behind Arsenal’s famous ‘Invincibles’.

Manchester United Odds: 150/1

The final team on this list is Manchester United, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side being priced at 150/1.

United may seem illogical due to their points tally of 74, but what must be remembered, is that last season the Red Devils managed to go a full season unbeaten away from home in the Premier League, which included 3-1 and 2-0 wins away against the likes of Tottenham and City.

What must be improved for United is their home record, having lost six times at Old Trafford last time out, with shock 6-1 and 2-1 defeats to the likes of Spurs and Sheffield United, as well as drab displays in a 4-2 defeat to Liverpool and a 2-1 loss to Leicester having played a heavily rotated side due to a fixture pile-up at the end of the campaign.

With the signings of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane looking imminent, perhaps next season could be United’s first title-challenging one since the 2012/13 season, especially if they maintain their away form and improve upon their home record.