Who Will be the Premier League Winner Without the 'Big Six'?

Leicester City to win the Premier League odds

Leicester City will be confident of a high finish as they look to cement themselves as a club that is consistently competing in Europe, following on from a fifth-placed finish last season and a table-topping position as we sit in November.

Brendan Rodgers has received a lot of plaudits for his work in the Midlands and the Foxes fans could be casting their minds back to that magical 2015/16 season, as they continue to challenge at the top end.

Leicester rise back to the top has been much to the help of club hero, Jamie Vardy, who is the joint top scorer in the league with eight goals in eight games, a season after claiming his first-ever Premier League Golden Boot.

However, even more so, it's defensively where they’ve been impressive, conceding the joint-least goals in the top flight with just nine from eight, while keeping three clean sheets. If Johnny Evans and Wesley Fofana continue their form at the back, there is no reason why Leicester can’t stay in this title race once again, which is why they are favourites to finish highest in the league without the 'Big Six'

Odds for Leicester to win the Premier League are priced at 6/5 - click the link to claim this bet in your bet slip.

Everton to win the premier league odds

After a phenomenal start to the season, the Everton steam train appears to have come to a halt, but Ancelotti’s side remain just five points from the top of the table, despite their dip in form.

All the talk has been around Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who is joint top goal scorer in the Premier League with eight goals and the Englishman has shown no real sign of slowing down just yet.

However, the recent decline of the Toffees has been down to the unavailability of other key players such as Lucas Digne and Richarlison, as well as James Rodriguez not being 100% fit - the return of these players could provide them with a boost and get them back to winning ways.

Everton also have the advantage over Leicester as they are not in the Europa League and, therefore, will be playing fewer games.

The odds for Everton to win the Premier League without the 'Big Six' is priced at 3/1.

wolves to win the premier league odds

Wolverhampton Wanderers finished seventh last season but will need to improve on that if they are to be the highest placed club without the 'Big Six' this season.

Raul Jimenez represents their main goal threat, having scored a third of the goals for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side already, however, last season, Wolves made it to the quarter-finals of the Europa League and played hectic amount 57 games. With a reduced number of games this season, the could see an improvement in fitness levels and pick up better results towards the end of the season, allowing them to make a late challenge for the European spots.

There is also a number of young first team players in the squad that will only get better with game time such as Max Kilman, Rayan Ait-Nouri, Fabio Silva and Ki-Jana Hoever.

Wolves to win the Premier League without the 'Big Six' is at odds of 13/2.

Leeds Premier League Odds

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LEEDS TO WIN THE PREMIER LEAGUE WITHOUT THE 'BIG SIX' @ 22/1

Southampton premier league odds

Southampton are unbeaten in six games and are currently sit fourth in the table after an impressive start to the season, which is even more impressive considering their most recent win came without Danny Ings, who scored 43% of Southampton’s goals last season.

The real test for the Saints will be whether or not they continue to perform without Ings, who is out for four to six weeks. This means other players such as Che Adams need to step up and there is certainly hope for the former Birmingham City striker as he is now just one goal away form his total for the entirety of last season (4).

Odds for Southampton to win the Premier League without the 'Big Six' is priced at 9/1.

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Aston Villa to win the premier league odds

Aston Villa completed a great escape to remain in the Premier League last season and invested in their squad in order to ensure they wouldn’t find themselves scrambling for safety once again at the end of this season.

Most importantly, however, they kept hold of captain, Jack Grealish, who has once again taken the Premier League by storm and is beginning to establish himself as one of England’s best players and a real fan favourite across the nation.

Record signing, Ollie Watkins, has adjusted perfectly to life in the top flight, scoring six goals in seven games and could be the final piece of the jigsaw for Dean Smith’s men. If Villa win their game in hand, they go top of the table and this could be the early steps in a charge for the European spots.

Odds for Villa to win the Premier League without the 'Big Six' are currently at 10/1.

By Tom Eaton


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