The opening weekend of the 2022/23 Premier League season is in the bag. Reigning champions Manchester City landed an impressive 2-0 road win at West Ham thanks to a brace from Erling Haaland. Man City’s season now moves to the Etihad as they host the newly promoted Bournemouth in their first home match of the campaign.
Liverpool dropped early points in the title race as they struggled to shake off the attentions of the newly-promoted Fulham in an exciting 2-2 draw at Craven Cottage. Liverpool get an extended rest ahead of their second game of the season, as they host Crystal Palace at Anfield on Monday evening.
Arsenal will look to add to their good opening win over Crystal Palace, as they meet Leicester on Saturday at the Emirates. Manchester United’s start to life under Erik ten Hag got off to a sticky start with a home loss to Brighton in their season opener.
The Red Devils face a trip to Brentford next and will be under some pressure in that one. United did, however, win last season’s trip to Griffin Park 3-1. After their three points earned at Old Trafford, Brighton welcome Newcastle to the south coast on Saturday.
Saturday’s other Premier League matches are Wolves v Fulham, Southampton v Leeds and Aston Villa v Everton. After losing at home to Chelsea, Frank Lampard’s Everton face another stress test as they head to Villa Park. The Toffees were soundly beaten 3-0 there last season.
Sunday sees West Ham attempt to pick up the pieces after their loss against Man City last weekend. The Hammers hit the road to face Nottingham Forest at the City Ground for their first league match there since the 201112 Championship. In their first Premier League match in more than two decades, Forest slipped to a defeat against Newcastle last Saturday.
A big London derby follows on Sunday as Chelsea v Tottenham takes centre stage at Stamford Bridge. This clash between two potential top-four contenders, sees Chelsea try and defend their seven-match unbeaten league streak against Spurs. The Blues took an unconvincing 1-0 away win at Everton last weekend, while Tottenham sauntered to a 4-1 victory over Southampton.
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England’s top 20 teams compete for the Premier League title, and qualification for Europe, by placing among the highest-placing sides in the table.
The popularity of English top-flight football has produced all manner of possibilities when it comes to odds on Premier League games – and the overall season itself.
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Who will rule the English top-flight in the 2022/23 season? Manchester City will be defending their title, in what is set to be an interesting season that includes a break for World Cup betting odds over the winter. The Citizens secured last season’s title on a dramatic final day, coming from behind at home to beat Aston Villa.
The victory saw Man City pip Liverpool by a single point in the Premier League title race. It was one of the most thrilling top-flight duels for the honours ever, with Man City and Liverpool setting such phenomenally high standards.
Not surprisingly, Manchester City, especially with the signing of the prolific goalscorer Erling Haaland, are the current favourites in the 2022/23 Premier League odds. They are striving for their fifth title in six seasons.
Man City and Liverpool both finished light years ahead of anyone else in the 2021/22 Premier League. Second-placed Liverpool finished an astonishing 18 points ahead of third-placed finishers Chelsea.
Punters will be wondering if any other teams can close the gap in this campaign, which may boil down to spending power. Chelsea will be hoping to come back stronger after a season of turmoil with an improved squad.
After a fourth-place finish last term, Tottenham, under the tutelage of former Premier League-winning manager Antonio Conte will be another team looking to strengthen. They already have a powerful combo up front in Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min.
Will Manchester United be able to make up any ground after a disastrous 2021/22 campaign? Their new boss Erik Ten Hag will look to stamp positivity over the fallen giants. Premier League football betting odds suggest the Red Devils have a long way to go to get in the title race, however.
There will also be a lot of eyes on Newcastle. The Magpies received a massive injection of cash from a takeover, enough to potentially see them take some giant strides forward this season.
The Premier League odds are going to change as time rolls along, but for now, here are the current Premier League winner odds 2022/23.
Manchester City 4/7
Tottenham Hotspur 14/1
Manchester United 25/1
The Premier League was inaugurated in 1992/93 after a huge shake-up at the top of the English game. The former First Division was no more as along came a behemoth of the new Premier League at the top of the tiers.
There were 22 teams in the inaugural season of the competition and the only ever-present clubs are Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool Tottenham and Man Utd.
The early days of the Premier League were dominated by Manchester United and they are only one of seven clubs to have been crowned Premier League champions.
Manchester United - During Sir Alex Ferguson’s time at the club, Manchester United were almost untouchable. They won the first edition of the Premier League, dominating the 90s and 2000s. The Red Devils racked up 13 EPL titles, but the most recent was back in 2013.
Manchester City - It’s hard to remember that the Citizens were relegated from the Premier League in 2001. They are now one of the standard-setters in the division, winning four of the five previous titles, and last season was their sixth.
Chelsea - The Blues are five-time Premier League champions, but even they have found it hard to live with the power and class of Man City and Liverpool recently. The last title for the Blues was in the 2016/17 season.
Premier League Titles by numbers
Arsenal - Arsenal’s duels with Manchester United in the Premier League title race, were something to behold. The first Premier League title for the Gunners came in 1998 and in the 2003/04 campaign their ‘Invincibles’ lifted the crown without losing a single match.
Blackburn Rovers - Rovers were the first team besides Manchester United to win the Premier League, fired to success by England's great Alan Shearer. The Championship side are the only former winners not to currently be in the top flight.
Leicester City - The 2015/16 season of the top flight saw Leicester’s remarkable title. From out of the blue the 500/1 shots defied the massive odds under manager Claudio Ranieri to produce a shock title win.
Liverpool - The Reds have only got their hands on the Premier League title once, and they had to wait a long time to get it. Their breakthrough came in the 2019/20 season but are second-favourites to land the title in 2022/23 Premier League odds.
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|2020/21||Man City||Man Utd|
|2017/18||Man City||Man Utd|
|2012/13||Man Utd||Man City|
Another fantastic season of the Premier League is about to unfold and there will be drama, thrilling goals and probable controversy along the way. Will the Premier League title race simply boil down to Man City v Liverpool?
Can someone like Chelsea, Tottenham or even Newcastle make up any serious ground on the current “Big Two”? There are plenty of angles to size up for Premier League bets 2022/23.
The biggest of those is making the call on the title winner. Manchester City have only wobbled once in the last five seasons. Will their winning mentality get them across the line for what would be a third-consecutive season?
Can Liverpool claim their second Premier League title as they look to youngsters like Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz to bolster their challenge?
Predict your Premier League 2022/23 Champions with the latest 888Sport odds
The biggest race behind the one to finish top of the tree happens with Premier League Top 4 Finish football betting options. A top-four finish sends a team to the UEFA Champions League the following season. So a huge prize is at stake for clubs and this is a great area for Premier League sports betting.
Last season it was London clubs Chelsea and Tottenham who booked top-four finishes. Tottenham’s big North London rivals Arsenal were only two points back of the fourth-place finishers however and the Gunners will look to challenge on that front.
Will new manager Erik Ten Hag be able to breathe some new life into Manchester United and get them in the running? The Red Devils finished 13 points out of the Top 4 last season. After Eddie Howe took Newcastle from dejected relegation candidates to mid-table finishers in his half a season in charge, can the flush Magpies get themselves in the frame?
Take a look at the latest Premier League Top 4 Finish odds for the 2022/23 season.
At the other end of the table, the fight for survival brings relief and tears of dismay. Burnley, Watford and Norwich all made their top-flight exits last season. Coming up to the elite tier of English football for this campaign are Fulham, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest.
Survival in the Premier League is not an easy thing. Will any of the newly promoted clubs stay up? They can look to the likes of Brentford, Aston Villa and Leeds for recent inspiration of promoted clubs hanging around for more than one season in the Premier League.
Will there be any established clubs drawn into a relegation fight? Everton had major worries last season before some end-of-season form just got them safe.
Who survives the dreaded drop? Make your Premier League Relegation sports betting predictions with 888Sport.
The Premier League Top Goalscorer market is another popular football betting market browse and make predictions on. The league is a hotbed for some of the best forward talents in the world like Harry Kane and Mo Salah. But this season, Man City’s Erling Haaland is around to shake things up.
Who will land the 2022/23 Premier League Golden Boot?
What odds are Man City to win the Premier League?
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are the current 4/7 odds-on favourites in the Premier League outright winner 2022/23 market. They held their nerve supply under pressure from the red-hot Liverpool last season. The arrival of Erling Haaland, a sure-fire source of goals for them, strengthens City’s credentials.
What happens to the Premier League during the World Cup 2022?
The 2022 World Cup starts in late November and is set to be played over 28 days. The Premier League will take a break during that period, during which, punters will be able to enjoy a range of World Cup betting odds for all the matches including live betting.
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What are the odds of Newcastle winning the Premier League this season?
Because of a big takeover on Tyneside, Newcastle have become one of the richest clubs in the country. That naturally allows them to spend on quality players and put themselves in with a chance of a more positive future. Newcastle are currently 100/1 to win the Premier League this season, as rebuilds take time. But that is a lot shorter than surprise 2016 winners Leicester who did it from 500/1.
|Year of Establishment||1992 (1888)|
|Previous Name||Football League First Division|
|Number of Football Clubs||20 Clubs|
|Number of Matchdays||38 Football Matchdays|
|Most Championships||Manchester United|
|Top Goalscorer||Alan Shearer With 440 Goals|