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Who Will Finish Top 4 in the 2021/22 Premier League Odds?

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Manchester United Odds: 7/4

Manchester United are the first team on this list, with their odds standing at 7/4.

United’s odds still remain high due to the talent of individuals in their team, with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo amongst the ranks of the Old Trafford club, but, there remains to be any form of consistent product delivered on the pitch by the Red Devils, as Ralf Rangnick’s side are seventh in the table, but, most importantly for them, are just four points off Arsenal with one game in hand.

It is expected that United will improve over time under Rangnick and become a more cohesive side on the pitch, which would see them become a more dangerous opponent for any side to face. If the Red Devils can manage the above, then they will likely finish in the top four, but, they will have to improve their current form.

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Tottenham Hotspur Odds: 2/1

Tottenham Hotspur are priced at 2/1 to finish in the top four this season following a positive start to life under Antonio Conte.

So far, Conte has overseen his side pick up 18 points from eight matches since his arrival following the sacking of Nuno Espirito Santo. The Italian is seen as an elite manager having won Serie A with Inter Milan last season, as well as also winning titles at the likes of Juventus and Chelsea, meaning that he could be a factor that pushes Spurs over the line for Champions League football.

Spurs have shown significant improvements early on in Conte’s reign, such as in their 2-2 draw with Liverpool where they should’ve arguably won the match, hence why they are just two points behind Arsenal in fourth with two games in hand over the Gunners.

Spurs are priced at 2/1 to finish in the top four for the first time since the 2018/19 season.

Arsenal Odds: 5/2

Arsenal are having a positive season under Mikel Arteta so far, as they currently occupy fourth-place.

The Spaniard has inducted many young players into his starting line-up since becoming Arsenal manager, with the likes of Emile Smith-Rowe, Bukayo Saka and more being introduced. The fearless young Gunners look likely to qualify for European football for the first time under Arteta, the question is though, in which position will they finish?

Tottenham are the only team whose games in hand can leapfrog the Gunners at present, which ultimately means that Arsenal are in a strong position, especially under their current form, as they have won five of their last six matches across all competitions and were very impressive last weekend when they went toe to toe with Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium.

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West Ham United Odds: 6/1

Despite West Ham’s recent drop off in form, the Hammers have still managed to keep close to Arsenal in fourth thanks to their recent victories over Watford and Crystal Palace.

David Moyes’ men are just one point behind Arsenal having played some terrific football throughout the last two seasons under the Scot. The Hammers will likely take each fixture on a one by one basis, but, having beaten the likes of Liverpool 3-2 this season, they have shown that they have the capability to step up against those at the top.

Something that will be crucial for West Ham’s chances is the fitness of Michail Antonio, as the Jamaica international has scored nine goals and created six assists in 22 matches, showing just how vital he is to their system.

Leicester City Odds: 40/1

Brendan Rodgers and Leicester City are next on this list of sides looking to compete for the top four places in the Premier League.

This may come across as a long shot, but, the Foxes are 10 points behind Arsenal with two games in hand, meaning that they have the potential to bring the gap down to four points.

Meanwhile, a factor that will potentially help Leicester is the fact that they will no longer have the Europa League to contend with, although they did drop down to the Europa Conference League, but, in this competition, they will potentially be able to field weakened teams, ultimately prioritising the Premier League.

Wolves Odds: 100/1

The final team on this list are Wolverhampton Wanderers who will be looking to build on their recent win over Manchester United by pushing for European football.

Bruno Lage’s side are currently eighth in the Premier League, just seven points behind Arsenal with one game in hand over the Gunners. At times this season, Wolves can count themselves unfortunate to have not picked up more points, but, they must score more goals if they are to win more matches, having found the back of the net just 14 times in 19 matches, the second least of any side this season, however, their defensive record is very impressive, as the 14 they have conceded is the second-best of any team in the division.

If Wolves are to go all the way and finish in the Champions League for the first time in their history then they must go on a good run of results to claw points back on the likes of Tottenham and Arsenal.