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Premier League betting for 2021/22 is dominated by Manchester City who are odds-on to reclaim their crown having run away with the championship in 2020/21.
Grosvenor Sport make Pep Guardiola's side 7/10 favourites to plunder a sixth Premier League title despite the departure the club's record goal scorer Sergio Aguero.
Manchester City title odds would surely contract even further should the club complete the signing of Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur.
City, who are also reportedly keen to bring Aston Villa star Jack Grealish to the Etihad, finished 14pts clear of their nearest rivals in 2020/21 and six of their players earned a place in the Premier League team of the year.
A Red revival?
There are some very familiar names behind Manchester City in Premier League title odds lists. Champions League winners Chelsea head the chasing pack, along with Liverpool who will be strengthened significantly by the return from injury of Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez.
Liverpool's Premier League betting odds were significantly shorter 12 months ago but Jurgen Klopp's side failed to muster any sort of defence of their championship. The Reds eventually scraped into the Champions League places having looked completely out of sorts for much of the campaign.
Chelsea's Premier League odds would contract significantly if they were to sign Norwegian superstar Erling Haaland, a player the Blues have been strongly linked to over the summer.
Even without Haaland, Blues boss Thomas Tuchel has an embarrassment of riches to choose from at Stamford Bridge and a title challenge is very much on the cards from the west London outfit in 2021/22.
Ole at the wheel
Manchester United title odds are 13/2 despite a second-place finish in 2020/21.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær, who signed a new contract at Old Trafford in July, has strengthened his attacking options with the signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund and it looks likely that there will be further movement behind the scenes as United try and improve their squad further.
United will go into the new season without Marcus Rashford, who is having an operation on his shoulder, while there is continuing speculation that Paul Pogba could be on his way out of Old Trafford.
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A title charge from Tottenham Hotspur looks unlikely, as Premier League odds of 40/1 indicate. Even that price would look short if Spurs were to lose prize asset Harry Kane who has decided that now is the right moment for him to leave north London.
It promises to be a season of transition at Spurs as new boss Nuno Espírito Santo searches for the winning formula. Spurs also have the distraction of the Europa Conference League having missed out on a Champions League place for the second successive year.
It also promises to be a season of rebuilding for north London rivals Arsenal who are 50/1 in Grosvenor Sport's Premier League betting list. A first title since 2004 looks most unlikely but Mikel Arteta has strengthened his defensive unit with £50million man Ben White from Brighton.
Can Everton mix it with the big boys under new manager Rafa Benitez? Premier League odds suggest not because the Toffees are 100/1 to win their first top-flight championship since 1987.