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2022/23 Premier League title odds: Man City and Liverpool the bookies favourites

Bookmakers are backing Manchester City and Liverpool to battle-it-out for the 2022/23 Premier League title. See the latest odds here.

Bookmakers are backing Manchester City and Liverpool to battle-it-out for the 2022/23 Premier League title.

The pair have locked horns over the past few years in what has been a fascinating contest between two of the best teams the Premier League has every seen, as we’re expected to get another instalment this coming campaign.

Manchester City reclaimed the title last season after amassing an impressive 93 points from their 38 games. What’s just as impressive is Liverpool finished just one point behind on 92 points having fallen just short of their rivals.

Pep Guardiola’s men are currently priced as the 4/7 favourites with the leading bookmakers to retain their title. Bettors can head to to find the best bonus offers before placing any bets to ensure they make the most of their money.

The Citizens have splashed out on Erling Haaland this summer with the Norwegian striker arriving from Borussia Dortmund. Haaland is one of the best goalscorers in the world so he’ll only make City even more formidable this season – which is a frightening thought.

Liverpool on the other hand have lost one of their talismen as Sadio Mane is set to join Bayern Munich after failing to agree a new contract at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp has already replaced Mane after bringing in Darwin Nunez in a big-money deal from Porto.

Nunez is highly-rated but he has big shoes to fill as Mane has been a key figure for Liverpool over the past few years. It’s difficult to say how Mane’s exit will affect the Merseysiders but Liverpool are still priced as the 2/1 second favourites for the title.

Top two well ahead

The front two contenders are well ahead of the competition in the betting odds as Chelsea are priced as the 14/1 third favourites. Tottenham are just behind at 16/1 so the London duo are considered as long-shots for the title this season.

Chelsea need to overhaul their defence so much will depend on who Thomas Tuchel brings in to replace Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen. Romelu Lukaku is also set to rejoin Inter Milan so a new striker is needed. With so many changes to the side, it’s hard to see Chelsea mounting a sustained title challenge.

Tottenham also look well short of being genuine contenders. Antonio Conte is a top manager and they’d spend well in buying Yves Bissouma, but they’ll need a lot more if they want to compete with City and Liverpool. 16/1 looks about right for them.

Manchester United are currently priced at 28/1 – which probably looks generous considering the task ahead for new boss Erik ten Hag. United finished sixth last season – 35 points behind City – and it’s hard to see them closing that kind of gap so quickly.

Arsenal are the sixth favourites for the title with bookmakers offering them at 66/1. Those are huge odds and it’s not clear why they are at 66/1 while United are at 28/1 given the Gunners finished above Man Utd last season. However, neither side is likely to win the title next year – but a few die-hard Arsenal fans might be tempted to stick a few quid on them at 66/1.

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