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Chelsea Favourite to Win the Barclays Premier League

Chelsea Favourite to Win the Barclays Premier League

In 10 days the Barclays Premier League kicks off for yet another season with the best teams and football players in the world and it seems that the Premier League is closer than ever before. While the league has been dominated heavily by the wealthy clubs in recent years, it has evened out a bit more and there seem to be more speculation towards who will win this season than ever before.

The outright favourite to win the league, according to Bet365's odds, is Chelsea who has been playing better and better as well as having bought some great players and with Jose Mourinho as the coach it might just be their year.

However teams like Manchester City and Manchester United are also close favourites, with Arsenal and Liverpool as close outsiders for the title. The five teams battled for first place throughout most of the season, with Manchester City coming out on top in the end.

The odds for outright winner of the Barclays Premier League, provided by Bet365, is listed below, so you can see just how big a chance there is for your team to be the winner this year:

  • Chelsea - Odds 2.87
  • Manchester City - Odds 3.25
  • Manchester United - Odds 5.50
  • Arsenal - Odds 7.00
  • Liverpool - Odds 11.00
  • Tottenham - Odds 67.00
  • Everton - Odds 126.00
  • Newcastle - Odds 1001.00
  • Southampton - Odds 1501.00
  • Stoke - Odds 2001.00
  • Sunderland - Odds 2501.00
  • West Ham - Odds 2501.00
  • Swansea - Odds 2501.00
  • Crystal Palace - Odds 4001.00
  • West Bromwich - Odds 4001.00
  • Aston Villa - Odds 4001.00
  • Leicester - Odds 5001.00
  • Queens Park Rangers - Odds 5001.00
  • Hull - Odds 5001.00
  • Burnley - Odds 7501.00

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