Odds slashed on Everton winning 2020/21 Premier League Title
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Fancied for Honours
Following an excellent start to their 2020/21 Premier League campaign during which they have won all four of their league outings, Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton are fancied to challenge for top domestic honours this season. The Toffees are priced as low as 16/1 to win the Premier League Title for the first time ever this term, these odds being slashed from a general 500/1 prior to the start of the campaign.
As things stand, Everton sit in pole position at the top of the Premier League table and they have been the most heavily backed team to win the title on the betting market over the past week or so. It seems as though the Carlo Ancelotti revolution is now well underway and Toffees fans are certainly enjoying the ride thus far. Indeed many are starting to believe that their side could actually be amongst the title challengers this season and this belief isn’t restricted to Everton supporters, a reported 31% of all bets in the Premier League Title Winner betting market being aimed towards the Merseyside club. Arch-rivals Liverpool have received second-most wagers with 15%.
Following what was a thoroughly exciting transfer window, the excitement around Goodison Park has been steadily building although in fairness even the most optimistic Toffees fans wouldn’t have expected such a fantastic start to the campaign.
The arrival of James Rodriguez at Goodison was certainly a shrewd piece of business and the Colombian has already made his presence felt. Dominic Calvert-Lewin has also impressed since his arrival on Merseyside with six goals to his name already.
The big question is, can Everton continue this amazing form for much longer or will the great start prove to be false hope? We may soon find out.
6/4 – Manchester City
11/8 – Liverpool
14/1 – Chelsea
16/1 – Tottenham Hotspur
18/1 – Everton
22/1 – Arsenal
50/1 – Manchester United