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England Premier League Odds | Who Are The Favourites To Win The EPL?

Since January, Thomas Tuchel's influence on Chelsea has been manifested in the most recent Champions League final, when the club defeated Manchester City at Estadio do Dragao.


Following their 3-0 victory over Newcastle United on Saturday, when title rivals Liverpool and Manchester City saw points slip away, Chelsea's odds to win the Premier League have shortened. The final result proved a one-sided affair, with Thomas Tuchel's side in command throughout. Reece James was the star of the show for Chelsea, scoring two goals to help them move three points clear at the top of the table.


Manchester City has won the title in three of the past four seasons, and while they will face considerable opposition, the odds predict they will keep rivals at bay to retain their crown from last season. Despite being inexplicably sluggish, the Citizens had Aymeric Laporte dismissed and lost 2-0 at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday but Manchester City remain favourites at 5/4.


Given the expense at Chelsea and Manchester United, it's becoming increasingly difficult, but Liverpool is aiming for a return to the top with its squad now back to the level that prevailed in 2019-20. After keeping the league's only perfect start, Liverpool is the third favourite at 11/4 to win the Premier League. Klopp, though, will have been frustrated after allowing a two-goal advantage to slip against Brighton & Hove Albion in a 2-2 draw.


The list below represents the most up-to-date outright betting odds from SportNation:


  1. Man City: 5/4
  2. Chelsea: 7/4
  3. Liverpool: 11/4
  4. Man United: 33/1
  5. West Ham: 100/1
  6. Arsenal: 100/1
  7. Tottenham: 200/1
  8. Leicester: 250/1
  9. Everton: 250/1
  10. Brighton: 300/1


Odds stated from November 1st 2021.


Relegation Battle: Who Is Favourite To Go Down?


Newcastle United are now 11/10 to drop out of the Premier League following their 3-0 defeat by Chelsea at St James' Park on Saturday, extending their run without a win in the competition to ten games. The Magpies have yet to name a new manager, although, with the imminent arrival of Saudi investors, there will be significant investment during the January transfer window.


Norwich City are still odds of 2/17 to be relegated, and the Canaries remain searching for their first victory of the season after suffering a 2-1 defeat at home to Leeds United on Sunday.


Watford are the second choice at 20/27 in the betting. Claudio Ranieri's team was unable to continue their 5-2 victory over Everton when they fell to Southampton at Vicarage Road on Saturday.


Burnley are next at 11/10, but they may have been overjoyed to have beaten Brentford on Saturday when Maxwell Cornet's outstanding performance was a highlight in a 3-1 triumph at Turf Moor. Now here are the relegation odds from SportNation, from favourite to most likely to be demoted:


  1. Norwich: 2/17
  2. Watford: 20/27
  3. Burnley: 11/10
  4. Newcastle: 11/10
  5. Leeds: 9/2
  6. Brentford: 13/2
  7. Crystal Palace: 13/2
  8. Southampton: 7/1
  9. Aston Villa: 10/1
  10. Wolves: 14/1


Odds stated from November 1st 2021.


Golden Boot: Who Is Favourite To Finish Top Goal Scorer?


Mohamed Salah is still the 5/6 favourite to take home the Premier League Golden Boot. He went scoreless in a Premier League game for the first time this season, but he remains three clear of the pack with 10 goals in as many matches.


After netting his fourth league goal of the campaign against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, Cristiano Ronaldo is the second favourite to take home the Golden Boot, according to Sport Nation. The strike had a ‘Made in Portugal' stamp and came from Bruno Fernandes crossing for Ronaldo to volley home.


Romelu Lukaku, of Chelsea, is third-favourite at 8/1 with bookmakers, but he hasn't scored in the Premier League since September and is seven behind Salah.


Leicester City's Jamie Vardy (14/1) is within the running, with seven goals and joint-third place in the standings alongside Liverpool's Sadio Mane (18/1), each with six for his team. Other potential market alternatives include West Ham's Antonio (25/1) and Kane (16/1).


  1. Mohamed Salah: 5/6
  2. Cristiano Ronaldo: 11/2
  3. Romelu Lukaku: 8/1
  4. Jamie Vardy: 14/1
  5. Harry Kane: 16/1
  6. Sadio Mane: 18/1
  7. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: 20/1
  8. Michail Antonio: 25/1
  9. Heung-Min Son: 33/1
  10. Gabriel Jesus: 40/1


Odds stated from November 1st 2021.

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