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The top teams in the English Premier League

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Thursday, 19 September 2013 08:45

English Premier League bettingIf you like betting on sport, it’s good to have a bit of a punt on something going on in other countries now and then. And this year the English Premier League market is more open than it has been for a long number of years. With such an open market, there’s no clear bookies’ favourite and this early in the season, and it could go in a number of different directions.

As usual, the lead clubs are all familiar names – Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City. It’s been all change on the manager front for three of those big four clubs, and only Arsene Wenger has remained in post at Arsenal. Even though Arsenal could benefit from this consistency, there’s a feeling that Wenger has slightly lost his way and the other top three clubs are currently the favourites with the bookies. There are a couple of other clubs that could be in with a chance of landing the title – Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur. None of the other clubs have a realistic shot at the title, so this would be the long shortlist to consider. One way to keep track with progress during the season is to bet on the exchanges and take advantage of any changes in sentiment backing and laying the main clubs steadily through the season.

 

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With the Premier League at the time of writing, Manchester City are favourites at 5/2, followed by Chelsea at 11/4, Manchester United at 7/2 and Arsenal at 15/2. Better odds are currently available with Liverpool at 8/1 and Tottenham at 12/1. The value bet is clearly with Tottenham, and in part this is thanks to the sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid for the record figure of £85million and wise reallocation of funds by manager André Villas-Boas.

As always, it’s not just about the players, it’s the managers’ abilities that are crucial in the English Premier League. Jose Mourinho has returned to Chelsea, and Villas-Boas has a good record at Spurs. It may take David Moyes a little while to step out from the shadow of recently retired Sir Alex Ferguson at Man Utd, and Manuel Pellegrini at Manchester City is as yet untested in the English Premier League. All this means we’ve got a great season to look forward to, and now’s the time to get some shrewd bets in place.

 
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