Can Anyone Stop Manchester City Another Premier League Title?

As one door closes, another one opens. We now know the full line-up of the 2022/23 Premier League so it’s time to look at the latest betting on the new season.

Manchester City have won four of the last five Premier League titles. They score goals left, right and centre but 2022/23 will see them having Erling Haaland up front. Not surprisingly, that has seen Paddy Power make City the 4/6 favourites to make it three successive titles. Some bookies have them even shorter at 4/7. With more signings likely to be on the way it’s hard to see them not becoming Premier League champions again.

Liverpool are 2/1 at Coral but may again fill the runners-up spot. If Sadio Mane does leave the club, that will make chasing City even harder unless a suitable replacement can be found. Maybe next season they’ll get to a cup final and actually score a goal.

It shows the dominance of the top two when the third club in the betting is 16/1. Chelsea fills that spot at William Hill and it’ll be interesting to see just how serious their new owners are to winning the Premier League title.

Manchester United are 25/1 at Unibet to win the 2022/23 Premier League title. They finished 35 points behind their neighbours last season and just a point nearer Liverpool. Their new boss has a massive job on his hands and getting back into the top four is the main aim for them. You can get odds of 11/10 at bet365 on them achieving that.

Arsenal will aim to go one better than they did this year but are 2/1 at Betfair for a top four finish. New ammunition up front must be signed this summer. Tottenham are evens at Betfred to again finish in the top four, but a title challenge still looks a long way off.

There’s going to be a lot of interest in how Newcastle fare in the 2022/23 season. Just how many players will they sign during the summer? They ended the season in style and finished 11th but were fifth for the last 15 games. It’s 8/1 at Ladbrokes that United can secure a top four finish but that’s before the summer signings begin.

Could the three promoted sides all make an immediate return to the Championship? Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest are both odds on to be relegated. Fulham are bidding for an unwanted hat-trick of relegations from the top flight. They are 6/5 at 888sport to again head back to the second-tier of English football.

Leeds managed to survive on the final day and are 5/2 at BetVictor to be relegated. Conceding fewer goals and strengthening the squad must be the order of the day for them during this summer.

Sky Bet have Southampton at 4/1 to go down. They had another poor end to the season but a form guide for the last 25 games of the 2021/22 season had them in the bottom three. It’ll be interesting to see how they get on in the summer transfer window.