Bookies' Top Four Favorites To Win The 21/22 Premier League

The start of the 2021-22 Premier League season is just about a month away. Manchester City has been installed as the favorite to win the Premier League title in the coming season. While Chelsea or Liverpool are expected to finish as the runners-up, Manchester United are the outsiders, but a lot can change once the transfer window closes.

#1: Manchester City
In bookmaker betting, Manchester City is predicted to win the Premier League and currently, there are bet365 sign up offers to boost your odds. In the next transfer window, both Harry Kane and Jack Grealish are anticipated to join from their respective clubs. The Blues and the Reds both have home meetings against Crystal Palace and Norwich City to look forward to in their first matches. On the first day of the season, Manchester City will square off against Kane's current team, Tottenham Hotspur, which, if the transfer has gone ahead, will certainly spice things up.

#2: Chelsea
Chelsea is 5/1 to win the EPL, and with Thomas Tuchel as the new head coach, they will have a good chance of success. Last season, in the space of six weeks, the Blues defeated City in the league, FA Cup, and Champions League. Should Chelsea match their performance of last season, when they slipped back into the top four and won the 2021 Champions League, a huge shock will ensure.

#3: Liverpool
The Reds now have odds of 5/1 to be crowned league champions for the 2016-2017 season, after they finished in third place the previous year. After falling 17 points behind winners Manchester City in third place, the Reds completed the season in third place. Although Virgil van Dijk is still out with an injury, and Gini Wijnaldum has left the club, it will be fascinating to watch what transpires over the next few months.

#4: Manchester United
When Manchester United finished runner-up in the Premier League, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was the manager. The team is 8/1 to win the English Premier League and is among the favorites to be the league champion. On the other hand, it's possible that they'll start cautiously, given that almost the whole team is participating in a big event this summer.

Outside Bets to Win the 21/22 EPL
The Kane injury may keep him out for the remainder of the year. In all likelihood, the striker will be transferred from the north London club before the window closes. Before Mauricio Pochettino, the Spurs were a perennial contender, but since his departure, they have been a pale replica of their former incarnations. Under Mourinho, they were completely out of the Premier League race, which is why it is no surprise to see them priced at 40/1.

Last season, Leicester City was able to win silverware yet again as they took home the FA Cup. They are priced at 50/1 to win the league and Arsenal are the same with no European action next season. At the start of the new season, the Foxes start at home against Wolves, while the Gunners begin the new campaign with a London derby against promoted Brentford.

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