Football By Joe Crilly

How Do The Premier League Odds Compare Now To The Start Of The Season?

The Premier League has been an unpredictable one this season and that is highlighted by how many sides have fallen by the wayside in the race to win the Premier League. At the start of the Premier League season, Chelsea were 7/4 favourites to win the Premier League yet at the turn of the year are out of contention at 150/1 and 10/1 for the top four for which they were 1/33 at the start of the season.

 

Alternatively, Leicester, who were 5000/1 at the start of the season to win the league are now just 14/1 to win it and 11/10 to finish in the top four.

 

Manchester City and Arsenal are the 11/8 joint favourites to win the Premier League with Spurs 8/1 (having been 150/1 at the start of the season).

 

Premier League winner odds at the start of the season: 7/4 Chelsea; 3/1 Manchester City; 7/2 Arsenal; 5/1 Manchester United; 28/1 Liverpool; 150/1 Tottenham; 300/1 Everton; 300/1 Southampton; 3000/1 Crystal Palace; 3000/1 West Ham; 5000/1 Aston Villa; 5000/1 Leicester; 5000/1 Sunderland; 5000/1 West Brom; 7500/1 Bournemouth; 7500/1 Norwich; 10,000/1 Watford

 

Premier League relegation odds at the start of the season: 8/13 Watford; 1/1 Norwich; 6/5 Bournemouth; 2/1 Sunderland; 5/2 Aston Villa; 11/4 Leicester; 9/2 Newcastle; 9/2 West Brom; 6/1 Crystal Palace; 6/1 West Ham; 8/1 Swansea; 12/1 Stoke; 40/1 Everton; 40/1 Southampton; 250/1 Liverpool; 250/1 Tottenham; 1000/1 Arsenal; 1000/1 Chelsea; 1000/1 Man City; 1000/1 Man United

 

Top four odds at the start of the season: 1/6 Arsenal; 1/16 Manchester City; 7/1 Tottenham; 200/1 Leicester; 1/5 United; 9/4 Liverpool; 1/33 Chelsea

 

Premier League winner now: 11/8 Arsenal; 11/8 Manchester City; 8/1 Tottenham; 14/1 Leicester; 25/1 Manchester United; 33/1 Liverpool; 150/1 Chelsea; 250/1 Crystal Palace; 500/1 Everton

 

Premier League relegation now: 1/16 Aston Villa; 1/7 Sunderland; 10/11 Newcastle; 11/4 Norwich; 7/2 Bournemouth; 4/1 Swansea; 6/1 West Brom; 40/1 Watford; 40/1 West Ham; 50/1 Southampton; 66/1 Chelsea; 80/1 Stoke

 

Top four now: 1/20 Arsenal; 1/20 Manchester City; 1/2 Tottenham; 11/10 Leicester; 5/4 Manchester United; 6/4 Liverpool; 10/1 Chelsea; 10/1 Crystal Palace; 20/1 Everton; 25/1 Stoke; 33/1 Southampton;