Liverpool AREN’T favourites to win Premier League in 2020/21
Regardless of storming to the Premier League title this season, Liverpool aren’t favourites to defend their crown subsequent 12 months report Oddschecker.
The Reds, priced 3/1 earlier than the beginning of the season, lastly ended their 30-year wait to be topped champions of England after Man Metropolis misplaced to Chelsea final week.
However regardless of profitable the league with seven video games to spare, being 23 factors forward and solely dropping one recreation to date, Liverpool should not favourites for subsequent season’s title.
In truth, they’re as huge as 7/Four to win the 2020/21 Premier League season. Nonetheless, they’re as quick as 5/Four with some corporations.
Bookmakers nonetheless consider Man Metropolis have the very best likelihood at profitable the title subsequent season, despite the fact that they’ve had an underwhelming 2019/20 marketing campaign.
A number of corporations make Man Metropolis odds-on to regain the title subsequent season, and are as quick as 10/11.
You will get them at a greatest value of 5/Four in the event you store round although.
It’s tight between the 2 greatest groups within the league however bookmakers have taken the view that Man Metropolis are nonetheless the group to beat.
Chelsea are third-favourites at a greatest value of 16/1. With some sensible switch enterprise already confirmed and extra signings set to come back, Frank Lampard’s males are amassing a powerful wanting squad for the upcoming marketing campaign.
They’re as quick as 8/1 with one agency so some odds compilers are taking the view they’ve a strong likelihood.
Man Utd are fourth-favourites at 25/1, with Tottenham subsequent available in the market at 50/1.
Arsenal are 80/1 after a desperately disappointing season to this point and Leicester are a greatest value of 250/1 to win a second Premier League title, however are as quick as 66/1 with some corporations.
Premier League Winner 2020/21
Man Metropolis – 5/4
Liverpool – 7/4
Chelsea – 16/1
Manchester Utd – 25/1
Tottenham – 50/1
Arsenal – 80/1
Leicester – 250/1
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