Choose from the UK’s leading bookmakers when comparing odds on the Barclays Premier League Title 2013/14. This could be the tightest title race in many a year. Manchester City are the bookies red-hot favourites, but with new managers at Man City, Chelsea and Man United it is shaping up to be a fascinating battle between as many as six clubs.
All odds are quoted in decimals.
Unlike last season Manchester City have spent wisely and early this summer and as a result Manuel Pellegrini’s team look very strong.
David Moyes is the man with the unenviable task of replacing Sir Alex Ferguson. It has been a very difficult summer for the champions, who to date have yet to make any significant signings and as a result the odds suggest Manchester United will only finish third.
With Jose Mourinho back at the helm at Stamford Bridge Chelsea are bound to finish in the top four, so no surprise that the bookmakers odds suggest the West London club will finish runner-up.
Spurs look strong following the addition of some solid signings and they could yet turn out to be dark horses in this year’s battle for the Barclays Premier League title.
Like Manchester United, Arsenal have had a difficult time over the summer in the transfer market and as result Arsene Wenger goes into the season with question marks hanging over his future – a situation that was unthinkable not so long ago.
Liverpool fans will be hoping that Brendan Rodgers can win over his doubters and in so doing propel the Merseyside giants to their first Premier League title victory.
If you fancy putting your money on a real outsider, how about Aston Villa, who at the time of writing are 2001/1. Paul Lambert’s team have looked impressive in the first week of the new season, can they maintain their early season form and confound their critics?
Odds quoted correct as of 22/8/2013.