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Premier League - Odds to Win

Premier League - Odds to Win
Leicester +200 Chelsea +140
Manchester United +160 Wolverhampton +4000

The Barclays Premier League or the England Premier League (EPL) is an English professional league for men's association football clubs. The England Premier League seasons run from August thru May, with teams playing 38 games each, totaling 380 games in the complete season.

The current champions are Manchester City, this is their 3rd title, however, the team to have won the most championships is Manchester United with 13 titles, followed by Chelsea with 5, Arsenal and Manchester City with 3 titles and Blackburn Rovers both holding 1 title.

The England Premier League has the highest revenue of any football league in the world, with a total club revenue of €2.479 billion in 2009-2010.

Past Premier League champions
2010-11: Manchester United 2011-12: Manchester City 2012-13: Manchester United
2013–14: Manchester City 2014–15: Chelsea 2015–16: Leicester City
2016–17: Chelsea 2017–18: Manchester City

Obtain EPL betting odds at Betcris for the remaining weeks of this brief season. Although Liverpool has locked down the English Premier League, there are still Champions League and Europa League spots on the line for the top teams. Meanwhile, the teams at the bottom end of the table are trying their best to stave off relegation into the second tier of English football.

While Liverpool is only chasing history at this point. The Reds have won their first league title in three decades, and now they are looking to unseat Manchester City as the team with the most dominant season during the Premier League era. They need 12 points in their last five matches to eclipse the Citizens’ 100 points in the 2017-18 campaign, and they have a decent chance to pick up the four wins they need to surpass Manchester City.

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Most of the attention will be paid to the three remaining Champions League spots left to be decided in the Premier League. Manchester City does have one of those spots essentially on lockdown with an 11-point cushion, but the competition between Chelsea, Leicester City, and Manchester United for the other two places in Europe’s most prestigious competition is fierce.

The Red Devils are currently the odd team out with 55 points, but they have played one less game than the other two teams and are currently five points behind the Blues and four points behind the Foxes.

The two old guard teams seem to have the advantage given Leicester City’s recent struggles. The Foxes are 1-3-2 in their six matches since the restart, and they will close out the season with matches against Sheffield United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester United. Jamie Vardy is still in a position to win the Golden Boot though with 22 goals after scoring three goals in the club’s last two matches.

Meanwhile, Chelsea and Manchester United have been red hot. The Blues have won five of six matches since English football returned to action, and they knocked off both Manchester City and Leicester City during that stretch. Christian Pulisic has really come into his own over the last couple weeks, and the addition of Timo Werner next season could lead to Chelsea challenging the top two teams if the defense gets sorted out.

This Premier League club has a tough end to the season too though with road tilts against Manchester United and Liverpool in four days before closing out the campaign in Stamford Bridge against Wolverhampton.

The Red Devils control their own destiny. They get to face Chelsea and Leicester City during the final two weekends of the regular season, and their other four matches are very winnable as all those clubs are currently in the bottom eight. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has piloted this team to four straight victories, and United have not lost a match since hosting Burnley almost six months ago.

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Norwich City will almost assuredly drop back down to Championship at the end of the season, but the two teams joining them have yet to be decided. Aston Villa and Bournemouth are currently the two clubs slated to drop with 27 points each, and they are four points behind West Ham and Watford. The Hornets have played one more match than the other three teams so they are at a disadvantage, and it doesn’t help that they close out the season against Manchester City and Arsenal.

The Hammers will have a major say in who stays up and who drops down at the end of the month. West Ham will face Norwich, Watford, and Aston Villa during the last two weeks of the regular season. The East London club has scored five times in their last two matches, and their win over Chelsea really boosted their odds of staying at the top tier of English football.

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