With the Premier League season fully underway now, four matches into the season already, we are starting to get a feel for how the league is going to look come the end of the season. Although these might only be brief indicators, the summer has also had a lot to talk about this season with the transfer window the European Championships, but which club is looking most likely to come out on top come the end of the season.
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The big favourites, as expected for the title this year is Manchester City and they will be looking to see if they are able to defend their crown this season, currently priced at 11/10 in the betting markets. City obviously have one of the best squads in world football and therefore they are priced at what they are in the betting markets. Not only that but adding Jack Grealish to their squad has ensured that this strength is kept throughout the squad.
The next in line in terms of who the bookies have got as favourites for the Premier League title is Chelsea who are 13/5 to lift the title, ever since Thomas Tuchel has taken over at Chelsea, they have become a totally different side and one that has almost looked unstoppable. Chelsea fans will be hoping that this form can continue into the Premier League this season and they have also strengthened in the summer and have added one of the best numbers 9’s, Romelu Lukaku to their squad, and seemed to be the only player that they were missing from their already impressive squad.
And finally, if you are looking for an outside bet when it comes to the Premier League this season, then why not look at Manchester United who have had one of the best transfer windows in history and will be hoping that their new signings can settle in well and become the force that United used to be. Jadon Sancho and Rafael Varane were two great signing as regardless, but bringing in Cristiano Ronaldo as well, one of the greatest payers to ever grace the football pitch, now United have a serious chance priced at 6/1.