Premier League Betting Odds Updated

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The 2021/22 English Premier League season will go right down to the wire thanks to a rejuvenated Liverpool. See our expert preview here

The 2021/22 English Premier League season will go right down to the wire thanks to a rejuvenated Liverpool. The Reds catapulted themselves back into the running with a faultless run of form during winter and the opening exchanges of spring that saw them all but wipe out the points advantage enjoyed by last season’s champions, current league leaders and betting favorites Manchester City. Followers of the highest level of professional club football in the United Kingdom will now enjoy a grandstand finish as Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp’s men slug it out.

The leading betting online companies have adjusted their Premier League odds, allowing registered members an opportunity to make their predictions and gamble on how they expect the campaign to play out. Will Man City hold their ground and win the league to successfully defend the trophy they won at a canter last season, making it two in a row? Will Liverpool cap one of the greatest comebacks in English football history by continuing their winning ways and upsetting the odds, silencing their critics to return to pole position and claim only their second title of the Premier League era?

We don’t yet have the answer to that question, but one thing is for sure, lovers of the beautiful game will have great fun finding out. In this article, we check out the latest online betting odds available to Premier League backers. pick out the fixtures that could make all the difference during the run-in and update the stats. The aim of this page is to give our readers all the information they need to make a well-informed and sensible prediction on the winner of this exciting season.

There’s Very Little In It

As we approach the final eight games of the season there is very little between the top two teams in the Premier League with just one point the difference and, as any experienced football fans know, that can change in the blink of an eye. Nothing is predictable in the EPL other than the fact we can take nothing for granted. The competition’s history is littered with famous upsets, shock results and David vs Goliath stories.

Who would have predicted Leicester City winning the crown? Not former player, Golden Boot winner and Match of the Day presenter Garry Lineker, that’s for sure. The TV frontman lost a bet on the Foxes lifting the trophy that led to him presenting the world-famous Saturday night football highlights show naked.

Returning to the slugfest to decide the 2022 champion, Man City are the current leaders with 73 points on the board against the 72 of Liverpool. The “Cityzens” carry stats of 23 wins against four draws and three defeats and a plus 52 goal difference. They are in the driving seat and although their advantage is a slender one, Man City fans know that if their team wins each of their remaining games, they will retain the league trophy. It’s as simple as that. A 100% record in their remaining eight matches is easier said than done, of course, but their fate is in their own hands.

Manchester City host Liverpool on Sunday 10 April from 16:30 GMT in a potential title decider that will be played before a capacity crowd at the Etihad Stadium and the millions watching the live TV coverage around the world. Other games of note for City are against Leeds United at Elland Road, Newcastle United at the Etihad, and West Ham United in London.

Reds Will Keep Fighting

It’s difficult not to be impressed by Liverpool’s turnaround this year with Klopp’s men battling to get back into the title race. They have worked ever so hard but it’s important to remember that, despite their heroics, they remain in second place. Liverpool hold season stats of 22 wins against six draws and two defeats with a superior goal difference to Man City.
When looking at their upcoming fixtures we see the Reds host Manchester United at Anfield on Tuesday 19 April before hosting Everton in the Merseyside Derby, going to St James Park then welcoming Tottenham to Anfield next month. There’s still all to play for but Liverpool know there’s no margin for error if they are to win the league.

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