Premier League Outright Winners Odds

Grace Crispin

Premier League Outright Winners Odds

As one of the most tightly contested Premier League seasons came to an end, focus shifts to the next one and whether anyone can break Manchester City’s domination. Liverpool won back in 2020 and came painfully close this season, but despite this City have gone on to win four of the last five Premier League titles.

Manchester City Odds: 4/7

Manchester City were familiarly dominant last season in the Premier League, where Pep Guardiola’s side won 29 games of the 38 played, and only being on the losing side three times.

The dominance from the Guardiola era makes this CIty team feel unstoppable, except maybe in European competition, the only place Manchester City haven’t managed to win, despite finally reaching a final in 2021.

However, with the acquisition of Erling Haaland this summer, City may border on unstoppable. The Sky Blues have been operating without a clear cut striker since the departure of Sergio Aguero but have still managed to be the top-scoring club for the last five seasons, scoring over 100 goals twice, just missing out on the century last season with 99 goals.

Overall, City looks most likely to go on to win their seventh English title, especially with the addition of the Norwegian who has scored 62 goals in his 67 Borussia Dortmund appearances.

2022/23 Premier League Outright Winners Odds



Liverpool Odds: 9/4

Liverpool yet again came close to their second title in the Premier League era, but missed out by a single point again in a repeat of the 2018/19 season. Jurgen Klopp’s men were a formidable side this season, losing fewer games than champions City, only two losses, but the eight draws stifled their chance to win it all.

The Liverpool command was shown in all competitions this season. Though The Reds only ended up winning two cups out of the quadruple they had set their mind to, the ability to reach the final in all competitions and send the Premier League title race to the last day shows their winning mentality.

With the potential departure of Sadio Mane, Liverpool have been linked to Benfica and Uruguay forward Darwin Nunez. Nunez has scored 32 goals in his 57 Benfica appearances, including two against Liverpool in the Champions League.

Liverpool have a high likelihood to be the domestic powerhouse they’ve been for the last couple of seasons, and are the most likely to be able to overthrow City, especially if they can acquire top class signings like Nunez this summer.

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Chelsea Odds: 14/1

Chelsea had a somewhat mixed season, with poor form in the second half pulling them into the scrap for the top four and a change in ownership completely disjointing the season. Thomas Tuchel’s men ended the season in third, three points clear of Tottenham, but a way off the top spot where they sat in December.

The Blues look to be having a massive defensive overhaul this summer, with Antonio Rudiger already leaving to Real Madrid and Andreas Christensen, Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso all being linked with a move to La Liga.

Chelsea’s ability to mount a title challenge may stem from being able to adequately rebuild their defence. The Blues are linked with Jules Kounde from Sevilla and Alessio Romagnoli from AC Milan as a start to their defence for next season.

However, another aspect Chelsea will need to improve on to fully challenge for the title is their goal-scoring capabilities. Mason Mount was Chelsea's top scorer this season with 11 goals, but their big-money striker Romelu Lukaku would have to be a big figure if The Blues want to challenge.

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Tottenham Hotspur Odds: 16/1

Tottenham turned their season around after a particularly poor start under Nuno Espirito Santo who was sacked in November and replaced by Antonio Conte. This swap changed Spurs’ fortunes as they went on to secure Champions League football over North London rivals Arsenal.

A title challenge for Spurs could be mounted on the back of Harry Kane and Son Heung-min’s scoring abilities. The duo were unstoppable last season, with the South Korean tying for the Golden Boot with Mohamed Salah, with 23 goals, impressively without a single penalty goal. Harry Kane also scored 17 goals for the season, placing him fourth top scorer in the league.

Without the poor start, Spurs had last campaign, Tottenham could pose a big threat to the usual Manchester City and Liverpool dominance, especially with their intentions of bringing in more defensive talent, mainly Alessandro Bastoni. This is an important move as Tottenham conceded 14 more goals than both City and Liverpool last time out.

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Manchester United Odds: 25/1

Though Manchester United suffered their worst Premier League finish since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson this season, finishing a disappointing sixth, 35 points off of champions City, a new manager and new era could signal success in United’s future.

Erik ten Hag joined United this summer and has already started his squad upheaval. With the right acquisitions and departures, United could become the force they once were in the Premier League.

United are already linked with Frenkie de Jong, who played under ten Hag at Ajax and has had a slightly underwhelming career at Barcelona, and Premier League proven Christian Eriksen. Ten Hag also reportedly has his eyes on Darwin Nunez and Milan Skriniar, all transfers that would no doubt strengthen this United squad.

With the exits of players such as Nemanja Matic, Juan Mata, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani and Paul Pogba, ten Hag seems to have a strong vision for United. If the Dutchman can secure strong signings and effectively release deadwood, United could be an underdog for a title challenge.

2022/23 Premier League Outright Winners Odds