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Premier League odds 22/23: Final victory, top 4 and relegation

25 May 2022 | 08:21

Yes, I know the 21/22 Premier League season has just ended, but early prices for the 22/23 season have been announced and some are interesting to read.

Let’s take a look at those markets.

Will Manchester City defend their title?

We watched an intense title race last season between Manchester City and Liverpool, with Pep Guardiola’s army is winningwhich means Man City have won four of the last five championships.

Sky Bet makes them 4/7 to make 5/6, and it’s not hard to see why.


Premier League champions 22/23 (via Sky Bet)

  • 4/7 – Manchester City
  • 2/1 – Liverpool
  • January 16 – Chelsea
  • January 25 – Manchester United
  • January 28 – Tottenham
  • January 40 – Arsenal
  • January 50 – Newcastle

Exact rate at 12:45 (05/24/22)


Not only are they the best team in the league based on their expected goal scoring streak (xG) last season, posting a xGD per game is +1.75but they increased their strength with the recruitment of Erling Haaland from Dortmund.

The lack of strikers is considered by many to be Man City’s major weakness, so having the best young number nine in Europe is a big statement.

However, while the improvement in firepower is eye-catching, it is worth noting that the best defensive team according to xG has won the Premier League in four of the last five seasons, and the best defensive team of all. the season that is Manchester. City.

Liverpool are the second favorite team at 2/1 after being just one point behind Man City with 92 points, and they will be Man City’s closest rivals again next term when they are far ahead of the rest. back to the point and the xG process.

After the Red Devils, we have a leap to 16/1 for Chelsea to win the title, 25/1 for Manchester United and 28/1 for Tottenham, all of which have to be away to Man City. Looks like they won’t challenge and all are best avoided even with the larger price tag.

Newcastle (January 50) are a few years away from likely to be challenged, while Arsenal (January 40) will battle to break into the top four again – several ways away from the standard required to claim the title. brand.

Will United finish in the top four?

Last season saw Manchester United finish outside the top four and post some horrible basic numbersespecially in defence, but the appointment of Erik ten Hag has given new hope that they can return to the Champions League, according to bookmakers.

Sky Bet has United in 11/10 alongside Tottenham to finish in the top four, but big improvements are needed from a team only ranked 10th in the last period based on xG.


Top 4 Premier League ends 22/23 (via Sky Bet)

  • 1/50 – City of Manchester
  • 1/10 – Liverpool
  • 4/5 – Chelsea
  • 11/10 – Manchester United, Tottenham
  • 7/4 – Arsenal
  • 6/1 – Newcastle
  • 12/1 – Leicester, West Ham

Exact rate at 12:45 (05/24/22)


Tottenham look bets at the same price, with the fact that their process is ranked third best since Antonio Conte took power and their roster will likely only get better positioned to better substitute another finish in the top four.

Chelsea (4/5) have question marks in defense and off-field issues so could be vulnerable in this market, while Arsenal are slightly more likely at 7/4. . continued improvement under Mikel Arteta.

Newcastle (6/1) have shown a lot of progress after the January transfer window but will have to improve more if they challenge for a place in the top four, although top six may be a realistic target, and The same can be said for Leicester and West Ham (January 12), with the latter having to rebalance European football Thursday night with league commitments.

Who will finish in the top half?

It’s no surprise that Manchester City (1/750), Liverpool (1/500), Chelsea (1/16), Tottenham (1/12), Manchester United (1/10) and Arsenal (1/9) are all have high odds- to finish in the top half of next season, meaning the bookies think there are four spots to take.

Sky Bet focuses its attention on Newcastle as one of those four teams, valuing them at 1/5, with West Ham (4/6) and Leicester (4/5) being the other teams.

Among them, the Foxes are an attractive team at the price point, as if they were shocking basic numbers last season, their performance when fully replenished at the end of the season was much more similar.


End of the first half of the Premier League 22/23 (via Sky Bet)

  • 1/5 – Newcastle
  • 4/6 – West Ham
  • 4/5 – Leicester
  • 7/4 – Aston Villa, Brighton
  • 5/2 – Everton, Wolves
  • 11/4 – Crystal Palace, Leeds
  • 3/1 – Southampton
  • 9/2 – Brentford

Exact rate at 12:45 (May 24, 22)


Sky Bet is suggesting that final place in the upper half is likely to be contested between Aston Villa and Brighton (both 7/4), with the Seagulls consistency giving them a nod in my book.

They have been operating as a top half on fundamental indicators for several years now and make sure ninth place ended last semester.

Everton and Wolves (5/2) are best swapped, but the 11/4 odds on Crystal Palace attract interest because of the strides they made under Patrick Vieira last season. With another successful summer like last year, they could be a real threat to a European place, never mind ending the first half.

Leeds (April 11) needed a big reinvestment, Southampton seemed to be exhausted after 25 games per season under Ralph Hasenhuttl, but Brentford bid big at 9/2 in this market.

They are a smartly run football club and are ranked as eighth best team in last season’s league based on xGso it won’t take long for them to finish a few higher positions next time.

Who will be relegated from the Premier League?

At the time of writing, we do not know who will feature in the 20 teams in the Premier League next season, with Nottingham Forest or Huddersfield set to be promoted from the Championship.

Bournemouth are currently the only team with reduced odds on Sky Bet, but that price seems a bit short given the Cherries’ history of spending a lot of money. They can easily improve an already good squad.

The same goes for Fulham (6/4), who won the championship and has the spending power to maximize the positivity around the club.


Premier League ranking finished 22/23 (via Sky Bet)

  • 11/8 – Bournemouth
  • 6/4 – Fulham
  • 5/2 – Brentford
  • 3/1 – Leeds
  • 7/2 – Southampton
  • 5/1 – Crystal Palace, Everton, Wolves
  • February 13 – Aston Villa

Exact rate at 12:45 (May 24, 22)


Brentford is the current third candidate (5/2) for the drop point is a clear mistake. They performed as a top half team last season, and the operating-wise club will only strengthen again with a handful of signings under limited time.

Leeds (3/1) need investment if they want a more comfortable season on 22/23, although progress under Jesse Marsch has been middle of the table at the end of the season.

Southampton (7/2) looks to be an early valuable game the way they end the campaign.

Hasenhuttl’s side have performed as a relegation team in the past 15 games, and due to a lack of resources and spending at the club, they will likely be closer to the relegation zone next season.

Palace (5/1) and Everton (5/1) are not attractive, but Wolves look a bit big after a terrible end to the campaign based on fundamental numbers, and the fact that they could lose goals. Key players like Ruben Can in the summer.

They could find themselves under pressure next term after taking a step back in Bruno Lage’s first campaign.

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