Keep in mind that some tempting odds are available on the rank outsiders to win the Premier League in the 2019/20 season, and you never know, it could be one of those outsiders that does pull off the impossible next season.
Ever since Leicester City won at huge odds, many punters have been very eager to back the teams they think will be crowned the champions of any league long before the main season actually starts, and with that in mind I will now take a look through the early betting markets on the 2019/20 season,
Bookies such as BetFred will give you on half of the win odds and are paying out on the top two teams if you place an each-way bet with them, so if you do rate any team to ride high and finish in either the first or second spot in the Premier League next season, then maybe an each-way bet is called for.
It isn’t going to shock many of you out there though that as far as the favourite to be crowned champions of the Premier League next season that honour falls on Manchester City, and sadly you will be very hard pressed to find much higher odds than 4/6 on them.
Liverpool the Second Favourite
It is Liverpool that are the current second favourites to win the Premier League title this coming season, and if you are a fan of the Liverpool team or just have the impression that they are going to have a spotless season then the odds you can back them at right now are around the 9/4 mark.
The odds actually jump quite noticeably on the next team in the early betting markets, for that team is Tottenham and with bookies going 14/1 on them winning the title race next season I am confident there will be a few each-way sharks backing them at this very early stage of the betting.
Bigger Odds on Manchester United and Chelsea
They may not have had an outstanding season in 2018/19, however teams such as Manchester United and Chelsea can always be relied on play some high-class football and you can back both at some decent odds right now of 25/1
The only other team that have any kind of chance if you take the current betting markets at face value is Arsenal, however with Arsenal being chalked up to win the Premier League next season at odds of 40/1, there hasn’t been any type of rush to back them at this early stage.
As for the teams that very few punters are backing, and their respective early odds, well you have Wolves on offer at odds of 150/1, Everton and Newcastle are not attracting much support at 200/1 and Leicester whilst not in the form of their lives last season, they can be backed at odds of 250/1
West Ham are 500/1 and there are plenty of 1000/1 shots including the likes of Crystal Palace, Bournemouth, Southampton and Watford, and huge odds of 1,500/1 are up for grabs on teams such as Burnley, Aston Villa and Brighton and both Sheff Utd and Norwich are the 2000/1 outsiders.