Which Teams are Being Backed to win the Premier League?

Value is something that you are sadly not going to find being offered to you if you want to back the first or second favourite team to win the Premier League this season, for with just two teams looking like they have any chance what so ever of winning that league title this season, the odds being offered are not what any punter could call generous.

With that in mind today I will be giving you an insight into just what odds are attached to all teams involved in the Premier League this season, and if you fancy taking any of the odds mentioned below then Coral are offering them currently.

It is of course the mighty Man City that are leading the Premier League outright betting market, as they have been doing so even before the season started, and the odds that are being offered on them to win the title race this season they are a solid 4/6 chance.

It could be the case though that Liverpool could beat them to the top of the league at some point in the season and stay there, and if you fancy taking your chance of Liverpool winning the Premier League this season then now is the time to take the 6/4 odds most bookies are offering on them going so.

Other Teams to Consider

Four other teams are in with a chance of winning the Premier League this season, albeit tiny chances and the next team in the betting are Tottenham who are going to need to win loads of matches to win the title race, however if you think that they will their odds are 33/1 right now.

If on the other hand you are much more of the mindset that it will be teams such as Arsenal, Chelsea or even Man Utd that are going to come out on top and win the Premier League this season, well you can back them all at odds of 66/1.

Rank Outsiders

The list of outsiders does make for some interesting reading, however when it comes to betting with your head and not your heart do at all times keep in mind the odds on each of the following teams are as high as they are for a reason.

If you do want to back Leicester at 250/1 or prefer taking your chances backing teams such as Everton and West Ham at 500/1 or even Crystal Palace and Wolves at 750/1 then do some hunting around as some bookies may be offering much higher odds than those.

The same can also be said for teams such as Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Brighton, Burnley, Southampton and Watford who are all on offer at odds of around the 1000/1, and three teams that you should not be backing unless you have more money than sense are Newcastle and Norwich who for reference are 1500/1 and Sheff Utd who have no hope of winning the title race as their 2000/1 odds do suggest.