There have been 10 game weeks completed in the English Premier League season with Manchester City leading the way with 28 points from a possible 30. Premier League betting is a lucrative business – with any team capable of beating another – a fact highlighted by Huddersfield’s victory over Manchester United in October.
Sitting at the top of the pile, Manchester City’s odds to win the Premier League in May are the shortest in the competition at 1/5 with Paddy Power. Pep Guardiola’s men face Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday (5th November) looking to continue their unbeaten run and they are best priced at 8/11 with Bet 365 to pick up all 3 points. Arsenal look to have it all to do at 4/1 with Coral to win at the Etihad whilst the draw looks a strong bet at 21/10 with Ladbrokes.
Manchester United’s nightmare against Huddersfield was swiftly eradicated as they picked up an impressive 1-0 win over Tottenham at Old Trafford. The Red Devils have now overtaken Spurs and Manchester United are 7/1 with Betfair to win the Premier League. They will be looking to make up the 5 point deficit on Manchester City as they travel to Stamford Bridge to face a struggling Chelsea. The Blues are 9 points off the pace in the Premier League and were thumped 3-0 by Roma in the Champions League. Home advantage gives the Chelsea’s odds a slight lead in the market at 23/20 whilst Manchester United’s odds are 19/10 with 888 Sport to win in West London. The draw between the two sides looks a strong bet at 2/1 with William Hill.
The Premier League winner odds continue to change week in, week out and behind the two Manchester clubs is Tottenham, who are 10/1 with TLC Bet to win their first ever Premier League title. Tottenham face Crystal Palace at Wembley in their next Premier League game and their odds are 3/10 with Sky Bet to beat Roy Hodgson’s men. Palace sit bottom of the Premier League with 4 points to their name and are currently the favourites at 4/7 with Bet 365 to be relegated at the end of the season. The Premier League relegation odds are currently very open, Bournemouth are the second favourites to be relegated at 10/11 with William Hill, whilst Huddersfield are also 10/11 for the drop with Paddy Power despite their impressive start. Brighton too, have started strongly but are best priced evens for the drop with Betfred whilst Everton’s poor start has seen them installed as 5/2 shots with Winner to drop down to the Championship.
Liverpool have had an inconsistent start to the Premier League season, which is reflected in their Premier League odds – 66/1 with Bet Victor. Jurgen Klopp’s men have had many problems defensively and are 12 points behind table toppers Manchester City. The Reds managed to beat Huddersfield last time out but look to have a tougher fixture in the form of West Ham on Saturday evening. Liverpool’s odds are 2/5 with Bet 365 to win at the London Olympic Stadium whilst West Ham will fancy their chances at 5/1 with Stan James.
Leicester City have had an awful start to the season – reflected by their outlandish Premier League odds of 2500/1 with Coral but Claude Puel has been tasked with resurrecting their season, following the departure of Craig Shakespeare. Leicester comfortably beat Everton last time out but they have a tough looking trip to Stoke next up. The Foxes are 2/1 to win at the Bet 365 stadium whilst Stoke are the slight favourites at 17/10 with William Hill. These two sides are very evenly matched meaning the draw is a tempting proposition at 15/8 with Ladbrokes.
Our final football match predictions are for the following results in the Premier League in November (as an accumulator):
Manchester City to beat Arsenal – 8/11 – Bet 365.
Liverpool to beat West Ham – 2/5 – Bet Victor.
Chelsea vs Manchester United – DRAW – 2/1 – William Hill.
Stoke City vs Leicester City – DRAW – 15/8 – Ladbrokes.
All 4 selections – as an accumulator – pays 20.58 with Sky Bet meaning a £10 stake would win the punter £208.57