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Premier League Winner Odds 22/23: A preview and bet for every Premier League club

Premier League Winner Odds 22/23: Who will get their hands on the famous trophy this season?
Premier League Winner Odds 22/23: Who will get their hands on the famous trophy this season?

As part of our ongoing ante-post articles prior to the 2022/23 season, our in-house writers have taken a comprehensive look at the Premier League Winner odds markets, all the ins and outs for each team and provided you with a best bet for each Premier League team. 

Premier League Winner Odds

Manchester City
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Liverpool
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Tottenham
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Chelsea
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Arsenal
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Manchester United
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Premier League Odds

Arsenal 

Odds to win the Premier League: 33/1

Odds to be relegated: 500/1

2021/22 performance: 5th

Transfers in: Gabriel Jesus - Manchester City, £45m, Marquinhos - Sao Paulo, undisclosed, Matt Turner - New England Revolution, undisclosed, Fabio Vieira - Porto, £34m, Oleksandr Zinchenko - Manchester City, £32m

Transfers out: 

Mazeed Ogungbo - Crawley, loan, Matteo Guendouzi - Marseille, £10m, Konstantinos Mavropanos - Stuttgart, £2.9m, Daniel Ballard - Sunderland, undisclosed, Jordi Osei-Tutu - VfL Bochum, undisclosed, Zak Swanson - Portsmouth, undisclosed, Nuno Tavares - Marseille, loan, Alexandre Lacazette - Lyon, free, Luigi Gaspar - Watford, free, Remy Mitchell - Swansea, free, Mika Biereth - RKC Waalwijk, loan, Harry Clarke - Stoke, loan, Ovie Ejeheri - Chelmsford City, loan, Tyreece John-Jules - Ipswich, loan, Alex Kirk - Ayr United, loan, Nikolaj Moller - FC Den Bosch, loan, Omar Rekik - Sparta Rotterdam, loan, Auston Trusty - Birmingham, loan, Ryan Alebiosu - Kilmarnock, loan, Jonathan Dinzeyi - released, Joel Lopez - released, Jordan McEneff - released, Omari Hutchinson - Chelsea, free.

Arsenal lost nine matches on the road last season and after spending big money in the transfer window, the pressure will be on for Mikel Arteta to deliver the Gunners a place in the top-four. Europa League football may hinder Arsenal’s quest for the Champions League, however the signings of Gabriel Jesus of Oleksandr Zinchenko appear positive additions.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Arsenal to score 63+ goals - Evens (Paddy Power)

Jesus should play a more central role in attack than what he was used to at Manchester City, which along with less rotation for the Brazilian, could lead to an advance on his highest Premier League tally of 14. Improvement from Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Martinelli could also be on the cards in the season ahead after underperformance from both Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang last term, the Gunners could better their tally of 61 goals from 2021/2022. Paddy Power currently have even money (1/1) available for Arsenal to score 63+ goals in the forthcoming campaign which we think is a decent proposition.

Aston Villa

Odds to win the Premier League: 300/1

Odds to be relegated: 18/1

2021/22 performance: 14th

Transfers in: Diego Carlos - Sevilla, £26m, Philippe Coutinho - Barcelona, £17m, Boubacar Kamara - Marseille, free, Robin Olsen - Roma, undisclosed, Rory Wilson - Rangers, free, Ludwig Augustinsson - Sevilla, loan

Transfers out: Wesley - Levante, loan, Matt Targett - Newcastle, £15m, Trezeguet - Trabzonspor, undisclosed, Kahrel Reddin - Stoke, undisclosed, Indiana Vassilev - Inter Miami, loan, Paul Appiah - Leicester City, free, Conor Hourihane - Derby County, free, Lovre Kalinic - Hajduk Split, free, Finley Thorndike - Birmingham, free, Tristan Abldeen-Goodridge - released, Mungo Bridge - released, Akos Onodi - released, Dominic Revan - released, Louie Barry - MK Dons, loan, Finn Azaz - Plymouth, loan, Viljami Sinisalo - Burton, loan.

Villa have recruited strongly again over the summer, acquiring the services of Philippe Coutinho on a permanent basis, in addition to improvements made in key areas with the free transfer of highly sought after Boubacar Kamara from Marseille and Sevilla’s Diego Carlos joining the ranks.

Question marks loom over Steven Gerrard who enters his first full campaign in charge at B6. The former Rangers boss hasn’t exactly set the world alight since replacing Dean Smith last November, but the expectation will be firmly placed on his shoulders to deliver this season with such a stacked squad and promising youth setup at his disposal.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Emi Buendia over 4.5 assists - 11/10 @ Unibet

Although Gerrard has made it evident that Buendia and Coutinho will not feature together very often, as well as the fact that the latter is his preferred attacking focal point, expect the Argentinian to still make a significant contribution for the Villans this season.

Buendia made 10 goal contributions in 35 appearances during his debut campaign with AVFC - six of which were assists - also clocking up the 10th highest total minutes of any player in the squad. As a rough guide, Emi was on average registering an assist every 317 minutes of PL football. Add to this the fact that he managed 15 and seven in the previous seasons for Norwich, along with him racking up 1901 total minutes last term, mean that above evens for five or more assists from someone who should confidently clear this line whether he’s in the starting XI or not has large appeal.

AFC Bournemouth

Odds to win the Premier League: 2000/1

Odds to be relegated: 8/15

2021/22 performance: Promoted from Championship

Transfers in: Marcus Tavernier - Middlesbrough, £12.5m, Joe Rothwell - Blackburn, free, Ryan Fredericks - West Ham, free.

Transfers out: Gavin Kilkenny - Stoke, loan, Robbie Brady - Preston, free, Sam Sherring - Northampton, undisclosed.

The Cherries are entering the 22/23 season following a particularly inactive summer transfer window. Free transfers Joe Rothwell and Ryan Fredericks join recent signing Marcus Tavernier as new faces through the door, but there’s been a worrying lack of business from Scott Parker. 

Whether it’s a tactical approach from gaffer and club to hedge their bets in relation to an immediate relegation we don’t know, but either way it’s incredibly uninspiring for fans and neutrals alike. There is a case to be made about consistency. However, if Parker and co believe they already possess the requisite quality to avoid the drop, they are sorely mistaken.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Points total under 32 - 11/10 @ Bet365

Rather than taking the shorter price for relegation (10/21 SBK) or the slightly larger 2/1 with William Hill for them to finish bottom, ending the season with a points total below 32 is the favoured pick here.

Last time Parker was at the helm of a PL club during the 2020/21 season, his Fulham side ended the campaign in 18th place, suffering the drop after accruing a points total of just 28. If we approach this selection with the thinking that Bournemouth will sit at the bottom of the table come May, then it’s important to note that all eight teams who were relegated in dead last finished with fewer than 32 points. In a wider relegation picture, 13 of the 24 teams who found themselves in the bottom three over these campaigns also managed to earn fewer than this points mark, meaning that if you think Bournemouth are destined to fall back to the Championship like we do, the case is very strong for this bet.

Brentford

Odds to win the Premier League: 1000/1

Odds to be relegated: 5/2

2021/22 performance: 13th

Transfers in: Aaron Hickey - Bologna, £18m, Max Dickov - Stockport Town, free, Max Wilcox - Bolton, undisclosed, Keane Lewis-Potter - Hull, £20m, Kyreece Lisbie - Watford, free, Thomas Strakosha - Lazio, free, Ben Mee - Burnley, free

Transfers out: Mads Bidstrup - Nordsjaelland, loan, Paris Maghoma - AFC Wimbledon, loan, Ben Hockenhull - Tranmere Rovers, free, Dom Jeffries - Gillingham, free, Gustav Mogensen - Sarpsborg 08, free, Jaakko Oksanen - KuPS, free, Christian Eriksen - Manchester United, free, Lewis Gordon - released, Max Haygarth - released, Julian Jeanvier - released, Hans Mpongo - released, Jude Russell - released, Roy Syla - released, Zanka - released, Dominic Thompson - Blackpool, undisclosed, Marcus Forss - Middlesbrough, undisclosed, Nathan Young-Coombes - AFC Wimbledon, loan

It’s been an interesting summer for Brentford. They weren’t able to secure the deal for Christian Eriksen, but they’ve improved their squad for their second season in the top flight. The arrivals of the highly rated Keane-Lewis Potter and Aaron Hickey will bolster things, as well as bringing in Ben Mee from Burnley. They’re also reportedly in for Mikkel Damsgaard, which will add some wow factor to their attacking lineup.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Ivan Toney to have 30 or more shots on target in the league this season - Evens (Paddy Power)

Ivan Toney actually registered 30 shots on target in his debut Premier League season, in spite of Brentford’s attacking struggles. Their handful of a forward takes all the Bees penalties, as well as being their focal point up top and the arrivals of Keane-Lewis Potter and potentially Damsgaard mean there will be plenty of chances. It’s also worth noting that only seven players in the league managed more overall shots than Toney last campaign.

Brighton & Hove Albion

Odds to win the Premier League: 300/1

Odds to be relegated: 17/2

2021/22 performance: 9th

Transfers in: Julio Enciso - Libertad Asuncion, £9.5m, Simon Adingra - Nordsjaelland, undisclosed, Benicio Baker-Boaitey - Porto, undisclosed

Transfers out: Yves Bissouma - Tottenham, £35m, Leo Ostigard - Napoli, £10m, Alex Cochrane - Hearts, undisclosed, Jayson Molumby - West Brom, undisclosed, Ulrick Eneme Ella - Angers, free, Simon Adingra - Royale Union Saint-Gilloise, loan, Haydon Roberts - Derby County, loan, Carl Rushworth - Lincoln City, loan, Fynn Talley - Cliftonville, loan, Tudor Baluta - released, Lars Dendoncker - released, Adam Desbois - released, John Lucero - released, Jaami Qureshi - released, Ayo Tanimowo - released, Abdallah Dipo Sima - Angers, loan, Taylor Richards - QPR, loan, Marc Leonard - Northampton Town, loan, Jensen Weir - Morecambe, loan, Teddy Jenks - Brighton, loan.

Graham Potter certainly appears to have his work cut out for him during this new campaign having lost key asset Yves Bissouma to Tottenham for just over £30m. The Seagulls’ transfer strategy also makes it far more difficult to predict how new signings will fare, but investing the Bissouma profits into the aggregate rather than prioritising a like-for-like replacement could prove costly.

As for Potter himself, he looked a bit jaded by the time the curtain closed on the 2021/22 season. Boos echoing through the Amex on a number of different occasions must have taken its toll on him given the improvements he made last campaign, helping Brighton crack the top 10 and achieving their highest ever PL finish, while securing the most wins they’ve had in a single season during the Premier League era.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Leandro Trossard top team goalscorer - 9/2 @ Bet365

An out and out goalscorer is one of Brighton’s lingering issues. Neal Maupay, Danny Welbeck and loanee Deniz Undav as their centre forwards for the season leaves a lot to be desired. So much so that Potter must have been feeling the same with only two of those available to him a year ago, opting to deploy utility forward Leandro Trossard as the main attacking outlet in a front three numerous times throughout the previous campaign.

Welbeck’s injury record is almost guaranteed to rule him out for a lengthy portion of the season, leaving an unproven Undav to fight it out alongside Trossard and Maupay for Brighton’s leading goalscorer. The pair cancelled each other out for this honour last season, netting eight Premier League goals apiece, but Trossard’s chart topping stats for both shots and shots on target suggest he’s seeing a lot more of the ball in dangerous areas than his counterpart. For a bit of extra incentive, Maupay and Potter do seem to have a fractured relationship of sorts, with the forward constantly in and out of the starting XI irrespective of injuries.

Chelsea

Odds to win the Premier League: 16/1

Odds to be relegated: 2500/1

2021/22 performance: 3rd

Transfers in: Raheem Sterling - Man City, £47.5m, Eddie Beach - Southampton, undisclosed, Kalidou Koulibaly - Napoli, £33m, Carney Chukwuemeka - Aston Villa, £20m, Omari Hutchinson - Arsenal, free

Transfers out: Thierno Ballo - Wolfsberger, free, Andreas Christensen - Barcelona, free, Jake Clarke-Salter - QPR, free, Romelu Lukaku - Inter Milan, loan, Antonio Rudiger - Real Madrid, free, Karlo Ziger - Gorica, free, Prince Adegoke - Welling United, loan, Nathan Baxter - Hull City, loan, Lucas Bergstrom - Peterborough, loan, Jamie Cumming - MK Dons, loan, Sam McClelland - Barrow, loan, Ethan Wady - Woking, loan, Danny Drinkwater - released, Charly Musonda - released, Tino Anjorin - Huddersfield, loan

The Blues are a bit of an unknown quantity this season, having an enforced ownership change after the end of the 2021/22 season. How will new owner Todd Boehly run the club? Will he be a silent assassin and huge benefactor as the expunged Roman Abramovich was? Or will he be more hands on and work more closely with Head Coach Thomas Tuchel? Time will tell, but they’ve been active in the transfer window, shipping out Romelu Lukaku and a significant part of their defence, whilst bringing in Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly. 

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: To finish outside top 4 11/10 (Boylesports)

This selection isn’t so much an indictment of Chelsea’s business as a reflection of the clubs in and around them. Both Arsenal and Spurs have strengthened significantly and will be confident of a top four finish. Chelsea finished poorly last season and the North London clubs were hot on their heels by the end of the season. With so much upheaval recently at Stamford Bridge, I wouldn’t be surprised to see them finish outside the top four this term. 

Crystal Palace

Odds to win the Premier League: 500/1

Odds to be relegated: 7/1

2021/22 performance: 12th

Transfers in: Chris Richards - Bayern Munich, undisclosed, Malcolm Ebiowei - Derby, undisclosed, Sam Johnstone - West Brom, free, Cheick Doucoure - Lens, £21m

Transfers out: Francis Hurl - Huddersfield, free, Jaroslaw Jach - Zaglebie Lubin, free, Luke Dreher - released, Rian Jamai - released, Kanye Jobson - released, Nya Kirby - released, Martin Kelly - released, Joseph Ling - released, Sean Robertson - released, Sion Spence - released, Aidan Steele - released, James Taylor - released, Dylan Thiselton - released, Tayo Adaramola - Coventry, loan, Remi Mathews - St Johnstone, loan

Patrick Vieira’s appointment at Palace last season was met with some scepticism, with the French legend tasked with changing the style of play from the old school ways of the Roy Hodgson era. However, after a solid start the doubters were soon silenced by Viera and his team, inspired by some shrewd signings. None had a greater impact than Conor Gallagher and his return to Chelsea this campaign after a brilliant loan spell is a blow. There are still plenty of reasons for optimism in South London, however, particularly the exciting young talent making their mark at the club.
Cheick Doucoure has arrived from Lens in the hope he can fill the void left by Gallagher in midfield, while Chris Richards is expected to fight for a place alongside recent England international Marc Guéhi. With the centre back, Tyrick Mitchell, Michael Olise and Eberichi Eze Palace possess a group of youngsters to really build around that would be the envy of many other sides in the league and with this nucleus of a squad coupled with the star quality of Wilfried Zaha there should be plenty of hope the Eagles take flight this campaign.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Top Ten Finish: 5/2 (Unibet)

Clearly Palace are a side I am quite strong on heading into this new campaign, so this price of over 2/1 for them to be one of the ten best makes some appeal. Vieira has shown last season he can get his team playing well from the off and with another year learning his methods and the expected growth from some of the young players, I see no reason why they are a bigger price in this market than clubs such as Brighton and Aston Villa.

Everton

Odds to win the Premier League: 750/1

Odds to be relegated: 7/2

2021/22 performance: 16th

Transfers in: Ruben Vinagre - Sporting Lisbon, loan, James Tarkowski - Burnley, free, Dwight McNeil - Burnley, undisclosed

Transfers out: Richarlison - Tottenham, £60m, Rhys Hughes - Tranmere Rovers, free, Jonjoe Kenny - Hertha Berlin, free, Cenk Tosun - Besiktas, free, Harry Tyrer - Chester FC, loan, Joao Virginia - SC Cambuur, loan, Fabian Delph - released, Rafael Garcia - released, Lewis Gibson - released, Harry Hagan - released, Sebastian Kristensen - released, Andy Lonergan - released, Patrick Nash - released, Gylfi Sigurdsson - released, Jak Stewart - released, Ryan Astley - Accrington, loan, Ellis Simms - Sunderland, loan

The Toffees clung on by the skin of their teeth last season but Frank Lampard’s men finally dragged themselves clear of the relegation zone and finished in 16th. Lampard will have earnt a fair bit of goodwill for keeping the Blues safe but that could quickly evaporate should they get off to another bad start. 

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: To be relegated 7/2 @ Various

Everton are as short as 7/2 to be relegated and looking at their transfer business and pre season form, this could be a value bet for the season ahead. Having lost their best player in Richarlison, Lampard has cleared out a lot of deadwood and brought in James Tarkowski to shore the back line up and Dwight McNeil to replace the Brazilian’s spark up front. It doesn’t look hugely inspiring business and back to back goalless defeats against Arsenal and more worryingly Minnesota United have seen Everton’s odds to be relegated tighten further.

Fulham

Odds to win the Premier League: 1000/1

Odds to be relegated: 5/4

2021/22 performance: Promoted from the Championship

Transfers in: Bernd Leno - Fulham, £8m, Callum McFarlane - Bradfield College, free, Joao Palhinha - Sporting Lisbon, £20m, Andreas Pereira - Manchester United, £10m, Kristian Sekularac - Juventus, free, Manor Solomon - Shakhtar Donetsk, loan, Kevin Mbabu - Wolfsburg, £6.5m

Transfers out: Fabio Carvalho - Liverpool, undisclosed, Andre-Frank Zambo Anguisa - Napoli, undisclosed, Jean Michael Seri - Hull City, free, Timmy Abraham - Estoril Praia, free, Taye Ashby-Hammond - Stevenage, loan, Kieron Bowie - Northampton Town, loan, Sonny Hilton - Carlisle, loan, Steven Sessegnon - Charlton, loan, Jacob Adams - released, Eric Ameyaw - released, Xavier Benjamin - released, Tyler Caton - released, Cyrus Christie - released, Fabri - released, Michael Hector - released, Alfie Mawson - released, Jerome Opoku - released, Jonathon Page - released, Julian Schwarzer - released, Jaylan Wildbore - released

Fulham walked the Championship last season, and will be hoping to stay in the top tier this time round. With Mitrovic breaking all records in the second division and Harry Wilson supplying him, the Cottagers faithful will be hoping to hold onto their Premier League place. The loss of Fabio Carvalho was to be expected, but the arrival of the likes of Manor Solomon, Joao Palhinha and Andres Pereira will give them hope.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: To be relegated - 13/8 (SBK)

In spite of their signings, the bookies predict that Fulham will continue their yoyoing between England’s top two divisions. Star striker Mitrovic has just 24 goals in 104 Premier League games, and Harry Wilson hasn’t seemed to make it as of yet in the top league. Overall, the season will prove to be too much for them, and expect them to swap places with Norwich as per.

Leeds United

Odds to win the Premier League: 750/1

Odds to be relegated: 23/10

2021/22 performance: 17th

Transfers in: Tyler Adams - RB Leipzig, £20m, Brenden Aaronson - Red Bull Salzburg, £24.7m, Darko Gyabi - Manchester City, £5m, Rasmus Kristensen - Red Bull Salzburg, £10m, Marc Roca - Bayern Munich, £10m, Luis Sinisterra - Feyenoord, £25.4m, Sonny Perkins - West Ham, free

Transfers out: Raphinha - Barcelona, £55m, Kalvin Phillips - Manchester City, £50m, Ryan Edmondson - Carlisle, undisclosed, Liam McCarron - Stoke City, undisclosed, Josh Galloway - Annan Athletic, free, Nohan Kenneh - Hibernian, free, Charlie Cresswell - Millwall, loan, Tyler Roberts - QPR, loan, Jamie Shackleton - Millwall, loan, Lui Bradbury - released, Laurens De Bock - released, Alfie Hughes - released, Bobby Kamwa - released, Joe Littlewood - released, Mitch Picksley - released, Leif Davis - Ipswich Town, undisclosed.

Another club who defied the odds to perform a Houdini-esque escape on the final day of the season was Jesse Marsch’s Leeds. After disposing of long-time club talisman Marcelo Bielsa, The Whites moved quickly to bring in the American coach and their faith was repaid when they beat Brentford 2-1 on the final day to sneak above relegated Burnley. However, their summer transfer business has seen big changes, with arguably their best two players in Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips departing. Marsch has moved quickly to replace them and spent around £100m on a variety of players from all over Europe - most with a Red Bull or American connection. 

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Jesse Marsch next manager to leave post 6/1 (Various)

Having been allowed to spend the Raphinha and Phillips riches on a selection of players that Marsch knows and trusts, if they don’t gel quickly and Elland Road turns toxic, as it can do, the 48-year-old could find himself bang under pressure from day one. Of course these signings could turn out to be inspired and an impressive 6-2 win over Cagliari in pre-season certainly will help boost confidence. 

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Leicester City

Odds to win the Premier League: 250/1

Odds to be relegated: 16/1

2021/22 performance: 8th

Transfers in: None

Transfers out: Vontae Daley-Campbell - Cardiff, free, Tyrese Shade - Swindon, free, Will Russ - Fleetwood, free, Jacob Wakeling - Swindon, free, Callum Hulme - released, Eldin Jakupovic - released, Khanya Leshabela - Crewe, loan, Ben Nelson - Rochdale, loan.

Leicester have not finished outside the top-10 in the last five renewals of the Premier League with finishes of 9th, 9th, 5th, 5th, and most recently 8th in 2021/2022. Although last term may have felt a rather underwhelming campaign in comparison to some of those during the last decade for Leicester, they still managed to finish just four points behind West Ham, as well as having to compete in the Europa Conference League, where they reached the semi-finals.The Foxes have been a little quiet in the transfer window and it’s also rather worrying to see Kasper Schmeichel linked with a move away from the club.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Jamie Vardy 50+ shots on target - 33/1 (Paddy Power)

Jamie Vardy has scored 13+ goals in the last seven Premier League seasons for Leicester and still managed 15 last term when missing nine league matches through injury. Vardy has averaged over a shot on target per game in the last four seasons and with Paddy Power going 10/11 for him to have 27+ in the forthcoming campaign, I’ll be taking a bit of that. However, at a bigger price, I’ll also be taking Vardy to have 50+ shots on target in the season at 33/1 with the same bookmaker. 

Liverpool

Liverpool

Odds to win the Premier League: 5/2

Odds to be relegated: 4500/1

2021/22 performance: 2nd

Transfers in: Calvin Ramsay - Aberdeen, £6.5m, Darwin Nunez - Benfica, £85m, Fabio Carvalho - Fulham, undisclosed

Transfers out: Tyler Morton - Blackburn, loan, Ben Davies - Rangers, £4m, Rhys Williams - Blackpool, loan, Owen Beck - Famalicao, loan, Neco Williams - Nottingham Forest, £16m, Divock Origi - AC Milan, free, Loris Karius - released, Sheyi Ojo - Cardiff, free, Ben Woodburn - Preston, free, Elijah Dixon-Bonner - released, Luis Longstaff - released, Sean Wilson - released, Conor Bradley - Bolton, loan, Sadio Mane - Bayern Munich, £35m, Adam Lewis - Newport, loan, Billy Koumetio - Austria Wien, loan, Takumi Minamino - Monaco, £15.5m, Vitezslav Jaros - Stockport County, loan, Marcelo Pitaluga - Macclesfield, loan, Anderson Arroyo - Alaves, loan, Tom Clayton - Swindon, undisclosed.

Losing Sadio Mane doesn’t seem like it’ll leave the hefty void many were expecting given the immediate impact of Darwin Nunez in last week’s Community Shield victory. Klopp has also made a couple of astute youthful coups in Fabio Carvalho and Calvin Ramsay to pair nicely with the handful of academy graduates already integrated into the first-team picture. Expect Liverpool to give City a real run for their money again this time, with those two teams the only real credible title contenders despite murmurs from some about Tottenham’s chances.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Mohamed Salah Premier League top goalscorer - 5/1 @ SBK

For such a consistent team, the value can often be difficult to find, which is why a price in the outright Premier League goalscorer for Mohamed Salah has taken our fancy. The Egyptian King has scored a whopping 118 goals in his 180 Liverpool appearances to date, hitting 20+ league goals in all but one of his five previous campaigns in the division, and still managing 19 across this season.

Not only was Salah the joint-top scorer last term - his third Golden Boot award - but he also let off more shots and registered more shots on target than any other player in the PL. As further reasoning for betting against the market favourite Erling Haaland, no Foreign player has ever won the Premier League Golden Boot in their debut season.

Manchester City

Odds to win the Premier League: 8/13

Odds to be relegated: 4500/1

2021/22 performance: Champions

Transfers in: Erling Haaland - Borussia Dortmund, £51m, Stefan Ortega - Arminia Bielefeld, free, Kalvin Phillips - Leeds United, £50m

Transfers out: Raheem Sterling - Chelsea, £47.5m, Lewis Fiorini - Blackpool, loan, Jayden Braaf - Borussia Dortmund, free, Pedro Porro - Sporting Lisbon, £7.2m, Gavin Bazunu - Southampton, £15m, James Trafford - Bolton, loan, Fernandinho - Athletico Paranaense, free, CJ Egan-Riley - Burnley, free, Taylor Harwood-Bellis - Burnley, loan, Ko Itakura - Borussia Monchengladbach, £4.3m, Gabriel Jesus - Arsenal, 45m, Darko Gyabi - Leeds, £5m, Tommy Doyle - Sheffield Utd, loan, Romeo Lavia - Southampton, £12m, Callum Doyle - Coventry, loan, Zack Steffen - Middlesbrough, loan, Arijanet Muric - Burnley, undisclosed, Oleksandr Zinchenko - Arsenal, £32m, Cieran Slicker - Rochdale, loan

The Sky Blues were in contention for multiple trophies last season but ONLY left with another Premier League title - their fourth in five years. Pep Guardiola moved quickly to address their sole perceived weakness upfront and shipped out Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal, whilst signing possibly the highest ranked prospect in European football in Erling Haaland. Kalvin Phllips has also arrived from Leeds to replace Fernandinho and Julian Alvarez is back from his season long loan in Argentina to bolster the attacking threat even more. 

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: City to win League, League Cup and FA Cup - 20/1 (William Hill)

City are huge 8/13 odds-on favourites to retain their title yet again and you would be hard pressed to argue with that given their current squad. City have also won four of the last five League Cup campaigns, displaying just how strong their second XI is. With the signing of Haaland possibly the final piece in the Jigsaw, we're expecting City to win multiple trophies this season. Their beating by Liverpool in the Community Shield though may have caused mild concerns. 

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Manchester United

Odds to win the Premier League: 33/1

Odds to be relegated: 1000/1

2021/22 performance: 6th

Transfers in: Christian Eriksen - Brentford, free, Tyrell Malacia - Feyenoord, £14.7m, Lisandro Martinez - Ajax, £56.7m

Transfers out: Paul Pogba - Juventus, free, Juan Mata - released, Jesse Lingard - released, Nemanja Matic - Roma, free, Edinson Cavani - released, Lee Grant - released, D'Mani Mellor - Wycombe, free, Reece Devine - released, Paul McShane - released, Connor Stanley - released, Paul Woolston - released, Dean Henderson - Nottingham Forest, loan, Dylan Levitt - Dundee United, undisclosed, Andreas Pereira - Fulham, £10m

The Erik ten Hag era has gotten off to a tricky start at Old Trafford with the same problems of previous regimes carrying over, specifically the dilly dallying in the transfer market. The summer long pursuit of Frenkie De Jong feels like it has dragged on forever, and while the arrivals of Lisandro Martinez, Christian Eriksen and Tyrell Malacia are welcome the loss of Mata, Matic, Pogba and Lingard from an already barren looking midfield and the lack of replacements is hugely concerning.

Ten Hag should improve the players already at United but with all around them strengthening and United standing still, a top six finish is by no means a certainty.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Not To Make the Top Six -13/8 (William Hill)

Backing Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Spurs and Arsenal to finish above United looks fairly safe but for this bet to land we are going to need either United to stugger again a la 2021/22 or one of the chasing pack to surpass them. With the strengthening West Ham have already done, the prospect of Newcastle improving once more after last season’s stunning renaissance post Eddie Howe’s appointment and Leicester (barring any big sales) having no European distractions there are plenty of reasons to think ten Hag’s first season could see United finish in their lowest ever Premier League position.

Newcastle United

Odds to win the Premier League: 100/1

Odds to be relegated: 28/1

2021/22 performance: 11th

Transfers in: Matt Targett - Aston Villa, £15m, Nick Pope - Burnley, £10m, Sven Botman - Lille, £35m, Charlie McArthur - Kilmarnock, undisclosed

Transfers out: Ciaran Clark - Sheffield United, loan, Jake Turner - Gillingham, free, Jack Young - Wycombe, undisclosed, Oisin McEntee - Walsall, free, Mohammed Sangare - Accrington, free, Freddie Woodman - Preston, undisclosed, Isaac Hayden - Norwich, loan, Jeff Hendrick - Reading, loan, Daniel Langley - Gateshead, loan, Lewis Cass - Port Vale, free, Dwight Gayle - Stoke, undisclosed

Eddie Howe wasn't initially a hugely popular choice when appointed as the new Manager, after the Saudi PIF finally disposed of the services of Steve Bruce post takeover. However, the former Bournemouth manager has certainly won over the Geordie faithful since taking the reins, taking Newcastle from the very real possibility of relegation to the relative comfort of 11th spot, with 12 wins in their last 18 games along the way. Their transfer business has been solid without being spectacular and it appears they are trying to move their way up the league steadily rather than spending a stupid amount of money each transfer window. 

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Bruno Guimaraes top team scorer - 12/1 (10bet)

One of the chief catalysts for Newcastles turnaround was Bruno Guimaraes who joined from Lyon in the January transfer window. The 24-year-old netted five goals in 11 starts and finished as joint second top scorer behind Callum Wilson. Wilson had another injury prone season and should that occur again, Bruno could be the man expected to fulfil the goalscoring role at St James. With a full season behind him he should find himself comfortably in double figures.

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Nottingham Forest

Odds to win the Premier League: 1000/1

Odds to be relegated: 13/10

2021/22 performance: Promoted from the Championship

Transfers in: Orel Mangala - Stuttgart, £12.7m, Taiwo Awoniyi - Union Berlin, £17.5m, Moussa Niakhate - Mainz, £17m, Neco Williams - Liverpool, £17m, Brandon Aguilera - Alajuelense, undisclosed, Giulian Biancone - Troyes, undisclosed, Omar Richards - Bayern Munich, undisclosed, Dean Henderson - Manchester United, loan, Wayne Hennessey - Burnley, free, Lewis O'Brien - Huddersfield, undisclosed, Harry Toffolo - Huddersfield, undisclosed, Jesse Lingard - Manchester United, free

Transfers out: Jonathan Panzo - Coventry, loan, Jayden Richardson - Aberdeen, undisclosed, Brice Samba - RC Lens, undisclosed, Tobias Figueiredo - Hull, free, Mohamed Drager - Luzern, loan, Tyrese Fornah - Reading, loan, Ethan Horvath - Luton, loan, Will Swan - Mansfield Town, loan, Josh Barnes - released, Gaëtan Bong - released, Baba Fernandes - released, Lewis Grabban - released, Carl Jenkinson - released, Sam Sanders - released, Marcelo Saraiva - released, Morgan Thomas-Sadler - released, Joe Watkins - released

The Tricky Trees have had a fabulous summer, firstly securing a return to the promised land after 23 long years after a cagey 1-0 win at Wembley over Huddersfield Town. Then, Manager Steve Cooper and owner Evangelos Marinakis have moved swiftly to do what looks like some impressive transfer business, bringing in the likes of Neco Williams from Liverpool, three impressive signings from Germany, Lewis O’Brien and Harry Toffolo from the defeated Terriers and then perhaps more impressively Dean Henderson and Jesse Lingard from Manchester United.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Top Promoted Club - 13/10 (William Hill)

In recent times the team with the best Championship defensive record is usually the most successful in their first season back in the top tier. In the five seasons from 2016/17, on four occasions the side conceding the fewest goals has finished as top promoted club. This certainly bodes well for Steve Cooper, whose side conceded just 28 goals in his 38 league games in charge. 

Couple that with the amount of transfer business the Garibaldi have done this summer and this one looks a no brainer at odds-against. 

Southampton

Odds to win the Premier League: 750/1

Odds to be relegated: 3/1

2021/22 performance: 15th

Transfers in: Armel Bella-Kotchap - VfL Bochum, £9.5m, Romeo Lavia - Man City, £12m, Joe Aribo - Rangers, £10m, Gavin Bazunu - Man City, £15m, Mateusz Lis - Altay, free, Sekou Mara - Bordeaux, undisclosed

Transfers out: Fraser Forster - Tottenham, free, Harry Lewis - Bradford, free, Ramello Mitchell - West Brom, free, Dan N'Lundulu - Cheltenham, loan, Kazeem Olaigbe - Ross County, loan, Caleb Watts - Morecambe, loan, Ethan Burnett - released, Shane Long - Reading, free, Oludare Olufunwa - released, Benni Smales-Brathwaite - released, Jayden Smith - released, Will Smallbone - Stoke, loan

There shouldn’t be too much change at Southampton this campaign, with a low key summer in terms of both incomings and departures. This could spell trouble for the Saints as they finished the 2021/22 season in lousy form, picking up just one point from a possible eighteen with some wretched performances thrown in. Ralph Hassenhutl seems to have an uneasy relationship with his job, one month looking like he is destined for better things before the next looking close to the exit door. A manager can go stale fast in the Premier League and with the Austrain’s high energy methods the potential for this is exasperated.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: To Be Relegated 3/1 (general)

Promoted teams are of course always favourites to head straight back down but with Nottingham Forest in particular looking strong (the less said about Bournemouth the better) there are a few spots in the relegation zone that long term Premier League clubs will be desperate to avoid. Southampton fall right into this category and with the lack of obvious improvement in their squad and starting team they could be dragged into the mire. 3/1 looks a point or so too big and with the saying ‘if you’re standing still, you’re moving backwards’ never more true than in the Premier League, Saints’ lack of ambition could come back to bite them. A bad injury to James Ward Prowse would also be arguably as catastrophic for Southampton as any one player getting injured for any squad in the league, so this over reliance on one player is another stick with which to beat Saints’ safety hopes.

Tottenham Hotspur

Odds to win the Premier League: 14/1

Odds to be relegated: 1000/1

2021/22 performance: 4th

Transfers in: Ivan Perisic - Inter Milan, free, Fraser Forster - Southampton, free, Yves Bissouma - Brighton, £35m, Richarlison - Everton, £60m, Clement Lenglet - Barcelona, loan, Djed Spence - Middlesbrough, £20m

Transfers out: Joe Rondon - Rennes, loan, Steven Bergwijn - Ajax, £26.45m, Cameron Carter-Vickers - Celtic, undisclosed, Jack Clarke - Sunderland, £10m, Tobi Omole - Crawley, free, Josh Oluwayemi - Portsmouth, free, Troy Parrott - Preston, loan, Dane Scarlett - Portsmouth, loan.

Only Liverpool (51) and Manchester City (43) picked up more points than Spurs (41) since the turn of the year, and after making some smart signings this summer including Richarlison, Ivan Perisic and Yves Bissouma, they look well prepared to compete in numerous formats. Antonio Conte guided Tottenham to a fourth-place finish last time out and his side look the most likely of the remaining ‘big-six’ sides to finish closest to Manchester City and Liverpool in the season ahead. 

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Dejan Kulusevski Most Assists - 33/1 e/w (bet365)

Dejan Kulusevski was instrumental in helping Spurs achieve a top-four finish in 2021/2022, putting in a string of classy performances and making some crucial goal contributions. In total, Kulusevski provided eight assists since arriving in the capital in January and with 0.57 assists per 90, he looks an attractive price at 33/1, should he continue that kind of form in the coming months. 

West Ham United

Odds to win the Premier League: 250/1

Odds to be relegated: 25/1

2021/22 performance: 7th

Transfers in: Nayef Aguerd - Rennes, £30m, Alphonse Areola - West Ham, £10.5m, Patrick Kelly - Coleraine, undisclosed, Flynn Downes - Swansea, £12m, Amadou Onana - Lille, £40m

Transfers out: Aji Alese - Sunderland, undisclosed, Sonny Perkins - Leeds, free, Mark Noble - released, Andriy Yarmolenko - Al Ain, free, Ryan Fredericks - Bournemouth, free, David Martin - released, Nathan Holland - MK Dons, free

Not many West Ham fans would’ve predicted the success the club has had since the return of the Moyessiah to the London Stadium, with the unpopular board derided for a lack of ambition after replacing Pellegrini with the man they booted out to appoint the Chilean. Always popular with the squad, Moyes has managed to get a fine tune out of this West Ham side at the second time of asking. After sixth and seventh placed finishes with a Europa League semi final thrown in, not many bosses seem more secure in their job and for the first time in the London Stadium era the fans seem firmly onside with the club again. Some eye-catching summer buys will aid the club’s push for more European qualification in 2022/23 and with the retention of star men Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen expect the Hammers to be right up there once more.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Jarrod Bowen 10+ EPL goals and 10+ EPL assists: 6/1 (Paddy Power)

Jarrod Bowen had a breakout season in 2021/22, emerging as the main attacking threat in an Irons side that caused chaos for opposition defences all season. Bowen is arguably hitting the prime of his career now and is one of the first names on the team sheet for Moyes, while knocking on the England door. The flying winger will be looking to start fast to grab a seat to Qatar for the winter World Cup and after 12 goals and 12 assists last season he looks primed to at least hit double figures in both categories again this campaign, barring injury, so 6/1 about a repeat looks a cracking price.

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Odds to win the Premier League: 750/1

Odds to be relegated: 11/2

2021/22 performance: 10th

Transfers in: Hwang Hee-chan - RB Leipzig, £10m, Leon Chiwome - AFC Wimbledon, undisclosed, Dom Plank - Dorking Wanderers, free, Nathan Collins - Burnley, £20.5m

Transfers out: Fabio Silva - Anderlecht, loan, Ruben Vinagre - Sporting CP, undisclosed, Renat Dadashov - Grasshopper, undisclosed, Meritan Shabani - Grasshopper, undisclosed, Conor Carty - Bolton, free, Romain Saiss - Besiktas, free, John Ruddy - Birmingham, free, Ki-Jana Hoever - PSV, loan, Ryan Giles - Middlesbrough, loan, Pascal Estrada - released, Marcal - released, Raphael Nya - released, Jamie Pardington - released, Faisu Sangare - released, Bendeguz Bolla - Grasshoppers, loan, Dion Sanderson - Birmingham, loan, Lewis Richards - Harrogate, loan, Taylor Perry - Cheltenham, loan, Nigel Lonwijk - Plymouth, loan.

It was a funny old season for Wolves in 2021/2022 with the Black Country side having hopes of a European place for the first half of the campaign as they sat sixth going into December. There was a hint of fortune to those results early on with Wolves overperforming their xG and thanks to a plethora of remarkable saves from goalkeeper Jose Sarr. At the back end of the campaign, Wolves were winless in their last seven matches and they need to improve on their total of just 38 goals scored last term.

BettingOdds.com bet of the season: Pedro Neto - Top Team Goalscorer 4/1 (bet365)

The selection that we really like the look of for Wolves this season is for Pedro Neto to be their top team goalscorer at 4/1 with bet365. Last season, Raul Jimenez topped the charts for the Old Gold with just six goals to his name. The Mexican has picked up an injury in pre-season and will be sidelined for at least a month. Fabio Silva has been loaned out to Anderlecht and with Pedro Neto raring to go after his injury-riddled campaign where he only started five games last season, the 22-year-old looks a solid play here at 4/1 to be the top team scorer.

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