Premier League Title Odds: Arsenal 9/4 to win

The 2023/24 Premier League campaign drew to a close on Sunday, May 19 and once again saw Manchester City crowned Premier League champions.

The Sky Blues have now won a record four league titles in a row and five of the last six since 2017/18. Their closest competitors in 2023/24 were Arsenal, who ended the campaign two points off Man City.

Can Arsenal challenge the Manchester outfit again next term, or will a new contender like Liverpool or Chelsea step up?


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Premier League 2024/25 TitleOdds

Here is a run through the latest odds for the 2024/25 Premier League winner.

  • Manchester City - 10/11
  • Arsenal - 9/4
  • Liverpool - 8/1
  • Chelsea - 20/1
  • Newcastle - 25/1
  • Manchester United - 25/1
  • Tottenham - 33/1
  • Aston Villa - 50/1

*Odds with bet365 and correct as of 11:00am Monday 20th May 2024

2024/25 Premier League Title Odds: The Contenders

Manchester City

Manchester City are currently 10/11 favourites to defend their Premier League crown and it is easy to see why. The Sky Blues have dominated English football since Pep Guardiola’s arrival and as shown this past season, can win the league even if they do not look at their best for large periods.

Pep is expected to stay put ahead of 2024/25, while the likes of Phil Foden - who won the Premier League Player of the Season recently - and Erling Haaland are only expected to continue developing into even better world-class talents as each season passes.

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Manchester City to win the Premier League

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Will 2024/25 finally be Arsenal’s year? The Gunners have come on leaps and bounds under the guidance of Mikel Arteta and while 2023/24 will be seen as a disappointment by many of the north London faithful, it was a season of progress.

Arsenal’s title challenge in 2022/23 ended with a rather spectacular collapse in April, while this campaign saw the Gunners take City down to the final day. Mikel Arteta’s squad is also quite young, with key players such as Bukayo Saka, William Saliba and Declan Rice expected to continue growing and developing over the next several years.

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Arsenal to win the Premier League

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After being Manchester City’s closest title challengers for several years and winning the league themselves in 2019/20, Liverpool have fallen off somewhat in the last two campaigns. The Reds ended 2023/24 3rd and nine adrift of City.

Liverpool, of course, will also head into 2024/25 without Jurgen Klopp at the helm. The German’s success on Merseyside will be hard to repeat for Arne Slot, but a fresh name in the dugout could be just what Liverpool need to get back to their best.

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Liverpool to win the Premier League

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On paper, Chelsea have a squad capable of challenging for the Premier League title. The Blues’ spending over the last year or so has handed Mauricio Pochettino a plethora of talent in most positions. And while their 2023/24 season was let down by a dismal start, one loss in their last 14 under the Argentine shows the west Londoners are already capable of putting together a run that could catapult them into the title picture.

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Chelsea to win the Premier League

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Today’s Football Tips

There is no Premier League action today, but there is one Serie A fixture set to play out as Bologna face off with Juventus.

Juventus travel away from home to take on Bologna, and we’ve got it covered with our bet builder of the day article, while for those of you looking to place an acca, we have our acca of the day lined up and ready to go.

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