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Manchester City to win the PL, Mohamed Salah top scorer, Arsenal top 6 & Watford Finish Bottom – 66/1

Manchester City are the favourites to win the Premier League title for the sixth time in their history having won the title last season, meaning Pep Guardiola’s side have won it in three of the last four seasons. With City purchasing Jack Grealish for £100m, as well as being rumoured to be in for Tottenham and England captain Harry Kane, this would ultimately mean that they will find themselves in an even stronger position than last time out.

Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has won the Premier League, Golden Boot, twice since joining the Reds in the summer of 2017, scoring 32 goals in his debut campaign which is the highest amount scored in a single season by a player in the current 20 team format, as well as managing 22 goals the following campaign.

Arsenal will expect to finish in the top six at a minimum with having no commitments in European football this season for the first time since 1995/96. Mikel Arteta’s side only finished four points behind West Ham United last season despite winning just two of 12 matches from matchday three until their 14th league fixture of the season.

With the additions of Ben White, Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lakonga, the Gunners will likely be stronger defensively and if Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can find the goalscoring form that saw him win the Golden Boot in 2018/19, then there will be no reason for Arteta’s side to finish outside of the top six.

Watford could be in for a season of struggle if they become trigger happy in terms of managerial sackings like they did last time out when they were relegated from the Premier League. In 2019/20 the Hornets finished in 19th place having had Javi Gracia, Quique Sanchez Flores, Nigel Pearson and Hayden Mullins in charge and Xisco Munoz knows that he will be under pressure with a club that has been relegated in three of its seven Premier League seasons.

Brentford to be Relegated – Nicolas Pepe 10+ goals, Danny Ings 15+ goals & Romelu Lukaku 20+ goals – 66/1

Brentford are inevitably one of the favourites to be relegated from the Premier League this season having only added a few players to their squad such as Celtic’s Kristoffer Ajer in order to improve a defence that conceded 42 times in 46 matches against inferior opposition last time out. If Ivan Toney struggles to hit the ground running then the Bees could be in trouble, as the former Peterborough United man managed 41 goal contributions last season which was more than half of the Bees 79 goal tally.

Nicolas Pepe is a player that has divided opinions since joining Arsenal from Lille for £72m in the summer of 2019. The 26-year-old will be the Gunners’ first-choice right-winger in the upcoming season as Willian has been made surplus to requirements and last season, the Ivorian started to fins his feet, hitting the back of the net 10 times in 29 league games last time out and will be desperate to build on those statistics.

Danny Ings was one of the surprise moves in the Premier League this summer, as the England international moved from Southampton to Aston Villa. The former Burnley man had a great goalscoring record down at St Mary’s under Ralph Hassenhuttl. Ings managed 12 goals in a fairly injury-hit campaign last season, but, the 29-year-old scored 22 times in 38 league matches in 2019/20 which suggest why Villa board and Dean Smith were so desperate to sign the striker for their club.

The final player on this tip is Romelu Lukaku who is joining Chelsea off the back from inspiring Inter Milan to their first league title since 2010, scoring 24 goals in 36 matches. The Belgian forward has good experiences of playing in England for Chelsea, Everton, Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion scoring 113 goals in 252 league appearances.

Chelsea & Man Utd top 4, Leicester & Aston Villa top half, Norwich & Burnley relegated & M Salah 20+ goals – 66/1

Chelsea and United are likely to be in and around the top four in the upcoming season having significantly strengthened their squads, as Chelsea have acquired the likes of Lukaku, as well as United signing Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.

Meanwhile, Leicester will be desperate to fight for a top-four finish having narrowly missed out in back-to-back seasons in fifth place and with the signings of Patson Daka from Red Bull Salzburg, as well as the likes of Ryan Bertrand and Boubakary Soumare of Southampton and Lille, the Foxes should comfortably finish in the top half of the league table.

Aston Villa are a club that will cause a lot of intrigue to fans who watch the Premier League, as they have recently sold Grealish to City for a British and Premier League record fee of £100m whilst signings talented attacking players such as Ings, Leon Bailey and Emiliano Buendia from Southampton, Bayer Leverkusen and Norwich to replace their old talismanic figure.

The Villains aim in these transfers is said to have been to build a more well-rounded squad, which is certainly what they have done on paper, as between these three signings they have a combined 66 league goal contributions which should see Smith’s side push on from their 11th placed finish last season into the top half of the table.

Norwich City are one of the favourites to be relegated from the Premier League, having only managed 21 points in 2019/20 in the top-flight, as well as the fact that they have sold Buendia who contributed to 32 of their 75 league goals last season in the Championship. Whilst Burnley have failed to invest a sufficient amount of money into their playing staff once again, which means that in the last three transfer windows, their only first-team signings have been Nathan Collins of Stoke and Dale Stephens from Brighton, giving Sean Dyche a very tough task of having to guide the same group of players to survival for a third season running.

@BettingHub – 1 or more goals in each Chelsea, Man City & Liverpool match – 80/1

Last season, Manchester City only had one match where there were no goals scored which was in a 0-0 draw with Manchester United, whilst Chelsea drew blanks six times, including twice against the Red Devils, as well versus Spurs, Wolves, Liverpool and Brighton. Jurgen Klopp’s side also drew 0-0 with United and 0-0 away against Newcastle United.

With both City and United signing attacking talents such as Grealish and Sancho, whilst Chelsea have signed Lukaku and Liverpool will have Jota readily available for the season having missed several games last season due to injuries.

Mason Greenwood, Jadon Sancho, Phil Foden, Mason Mount & Jack Grealish each to score 10+ EPL Goals – 80/1

Mason Greenwood endured a tricky season with United in 2020/21, scoring seven goals in 31 league appearances following a tough start to the season, but, the 19-year-old managed 10 goals in the previous campaign and will be expecting to hit double figures once again as he will likely be getting a lot of game time in the upcoming campaign due to his talent and the fact that Marcus Rashford will miss the start of the season due to a shoulder injury.

Having recently joined United for £73m, Sancho will be hoping to replicate his Bundesliga form in the Premier League and particularly his form of 2019/20 where he scored 17 goals and created 17 assists in 34 Bundesliga matches. The 21-year-old England winger managed 114 goal contributions in 137 matches for the Black and Yellows.

Last season was Phil Foden’s coming of age in a City shirt, seeing the 21-year-old score 16 goals and make 10 assists in all competitions for Guardiola’s side, hitting the back of the net nine times in the league, whilst it was also Grealish’s best season to date as he scored six league goals and set them up on 12 different occasions in 26 appearances, tallies he would’ve certainly bettered if he could’ve finished the league campaign.

The final player in this tip is Mason Mount of Chelsea who is yet to hit 10 Premier League goals in a single season, having scored seven in 2019/20 and six last time out. The 22-year-old who is a product of the Stamford Bridge club’s youth academy has shown signs of progression in each season and played a pivotal role in his club winning the Champions League in Porto in May, it is surely only a matter of time before he scores 10+ league goals in a league campaign.