Premier League Fixtures & Betting Odds for each club in 2023/24

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Premier League 2023/24 Fixtures & Betting Odds for each side

 

The Premier League campaign gets underway in just ten days’ time and as such, each manager is finalising their preparations for what promises to be a hugely competitive campaign.

Manchester City were crowned Premier League champions at the end of the 2022/23 campaign and Pep Guardiola’s men are unsurprisingly installed as firm odds-on favourites to win their sixth Premier League title in seven seasons at the close of 2023/24. With no Champions League action to distract them next season, Liverpool are next in the betting at a best price of 17/2 while Arsenal are close behind at a general 9/1.

Of the sides promoted from the Championship at the end of last season, Burnley are deemed to be the side most likely to finish in the best position in the Premier League at a general price of 4/9 while play-off winners Luton Town are favourites to drop straight back down to the second tier at the first time of asking at a general 2/5.

Here we look at the opening five league games for each Premier League side in 2023/24 as well as the best bookmaker betting odds for the most relevant markets and their finish at the close of last term.

 


 

Arsenal

 

2022/23:

Arsenal finished the 2022/23 Premier League campaign in second position in the Premier League table with a total of 84 points from their 26 wins, 6 draws and 6 defeats.

 

First five games:

Nottingham Forest (Home)

Crystal Palace (Away)

Fulham (Home)

Manchester United (Home)

Everton (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

9/1  –  To Win Premier League Title

8/11 –  To Finish in Premier League Top Four

8/11 –  To Finish as Top London Club

 


 

Aston Villa

 

2022/23:

Aston Villa finished the 2022/23 season in seventh place in the Premier League with 61 points from their 18 wins, 7 draws and 13 defeats. They have secured for themselves a place in the Europa Conference League qualifiers for 2023/24.

 

First five games:

Newcastle United (Away)

Everton (Home)

Burnley (Away)

Liverpool (Away)

Crystal Palace (Home)

 

Best Betting Odds:

7/2  –  To Finish in Premier League Top Six

4/7  –  To Finish in Top Half of Premier League

2/5  –  To Finish as Top Midlands Club

 


 

AFC Bournemouth

 

2022/23:

At the end of their first season back in the Premier League, Bournemouth finished in 15th position with five points separating them from the bottom three in the division. They collected 39 points from their 11 wins, 6 draws and 21 defeats.

 

First five games:

West Ham United (Home)

Liverpool (Away)

Tottenham Hotspur (Home)

Brentford (Away)

Chelsea (Home)

 

Best Betting Odds:

9/4  –  To be Relegated from Premier League

2/5  –  To Avoid Relegation

10/1 –  To Finish in Top Half of Premier League

 


 

Brentford

 

2022/23:

Brentford finished the 2022/23 campaign in a respectable 9th position with 59 points collected from their 15 wins, 14 draws and 9 defeats. Just 2 points separated the Bees from a European berth for next season.

 

First five games:

Tottenham Hotspur (Home)

Fulham (Away)

Crystal Palace (Home)

AFC Bournemouth (Home)

Newcastle United (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

11/4 –  To Finish in Top Half of Premier League

7/1  –  To Finish in Premier League Top Seven

1/3  –  To Finish in Bottom Half of Premier League

 


 

Brighton & Hove Albion

 

2022/23:

Brighton & Hove Albion managed to secure for themselves a place in next season’s Europa League group stages thanks to their top six finish, the Seagulls having amassed 62 points from their 18 wins, 8 draws and 12 defeats.

 

First five games:

Luton Town (Home)

Wolverhampton Wanderers (Away)

West Ham United (Home)

Newcastle United (Home)

Manchester United (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

2/1  –  To Finish in Premier League Top Six

2/9  –  To Finish in Top Half of Premier League

11/4 –  To Finish in Bottom Half of Premier League

 


 

Burnley

 

Burnley won the Championship title at the end of the 2022/23 campaign by breaking through the 100-point barrier. The Clarets’ 101 points haul came through their 29 wins, 14 draws and mere 3 defeats.

 

First five games:

Manchester City (Home)

Luton Town (Away)

Aston Villa (Home)

Tottenham Hotspur (Home)

Nottingham Forest (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

9/4  –  To be Relegated from Premier League

4/9  –  To Avoid relegation

4/9  –  To Finish as Top Promoted Club

 


 

Chelsea

 

Chelsea’s 2022/23 campaign was a big disappointment and they are devoid of European football next term thanks to their 12th place finish, a measly 44 points earned through their 11 wins, 11 draws and 16 defeats.

 

First five games:

Liverpool (Home)

West Ham United (Away)

Luton Town (Home)

Nottingham Forest (Home)

AFC Bournemouth (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

16/1 –  To Win Premier League Title

6/4  –  To Finish in Premier League Top Four

13/8 –  To Finish as Top London Club

 


 

Crystal Palace

 

2022/23:

Crystal Palace were the best of the bottom-half sides last season, the Eagles finishing 11th in the Premier League table with 45 points coming from their 11 wins, 12 draws and 15 defeats.

 

First five games:

Sheffield United (Away)

Arsenal (Home)

Brentford (Away)

Wolverhampton Wanderers (Home)

Aston Villa (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

8/1  –  To be Relegated from Premier League

11/4 –  To Finish in Top Half of Premier League

 


 

Everton

 

2022/23:

Everton came close to relegation at the end of last season but the Toffees managed to secure for themselves another top-flight campaign with just 2 points separating them from the drop zone. The Merseyside outfit collected a total of 36 points courtesy of their 8 wins, 12 draws and 18 defeats.

 

First five games:

Fulham (Home)

Aston Villa (Away)

Wolverhampton wanderers (Home)

Sheffield United (Away)

Arsenal (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

4/1  –  To be Relegated from Premier League

1/5  –  To Avoid Relegation

 


 

Fulham 

 

2022/23:

Fulham did extremely well to secure a top-half finish last term although their ambitions next season will be for a European berth. The Cottagers collected 52 points thanks to their 15 wins, 7 draws and 16 defeats.

 

First five games:

Everton (Away)

Brentford (Home)

Arsenal (Away)

Manchester City (Away)

Luton Town (Home)

 

Best Betting Odds:

4/1  –  To be Relegated from Premier League

2/9  –  To Avoid Relegation

4/1  –  To Finish in Top Half of Premier League

 


 

Liverpool

 

2022/23:

The 2022/23 campaign was a thoroughly disappointing one for Liverpool and it was only thanks to a late surge in form that they managed a European berth at all (although not in the Champions League). The Reds came in fifth at the end of play with 67 points to their name, earned from their 19 wins, 10 draws and 9 defeats.

 

First five games:

Chelsea (Away)

AFC Bournemouth (Home)

Newcastle United (Away)

Aston Villa (Home)

Wolverhampton wanderers (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

17/2 –  To Win Premier League Title

8/11 –  To Finish in Premier League Top Four

15/2 –  Mohamed Salah to Finish as Premier League Top Scorer

 


 

Luton Town

 

2022/23:

Having finished the regular Championship campaign in third position with 80 points to their name, Luton Town edged past Coventry City on penalties in the play-off final and find themselves in the Premier League for the very first time, although they are firm favourites to drop back down at the first time of asking.

 

First five games:

Brighton & Hove Albion (Away)

Burnley (Home)

Chelsea (Away)

West Ham United (Home)

Fulham (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

2/5  –  To be Relegated from Premier League

5/1  –  To Finish as Top Promoted Club

9/4  –  To Avoid Relegation

 


 

Manchester City

 

2022/23:

Despite Arsenal sitting on top of the Premier League table for a full 250 days last season, it was Manchester City who took the title and they are favourites to do so in 2023/24. Pep Guardiola’s men were the ones to beat last term with 89 points earned through their 28 wins, 5 draws and 5 defeats.

 

First five games:

Burnley (Away)

Newcastle United (Home)

Sheffield United (Away)

Fulham (Home)

West Ham United (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

8/11 –  To Win Premier League Title

10/11 – Erling Haaland to Finish as Premier League Top Scorer

 


 

Manchester United

 

2022/23:

Manchester United claimed a top three position at the end of last season with a points tally of 75 coming from their 23 wins, 6 draws and 9 wins. The Red Devils are fancied to once again finish in the top four at the end of next term.

 

First five games:

Wolverhampton Wanderers (Home)

Tottenham Hotspur (Away)

Nottingham Forest (Home)

Arsenal (Away)

Brighton & Hove Albion (Home)

 

Best Betting Odds:

10/11 –  To Finish in Premier League Top Four

11/1 –  To Win Premier League Title

11/2 –  To Finish as Top North West Club

 


 

Newcastle United

 

2022/23:

Newcastle United’s new-found riches bought for them a place in the Champions League next term on account of their top-four finish, the Magpies having amassed 71 points from their 19 wins, 14 draws and mere 5 defeats.

 

First five games:

Aston Villa (Away)

Manchester City (Home)

Liverpool (Home)

Brighton & Hove Albion (Away)

Brentford (Home)

 

Best Betting Odds:

1/2  –  To Finish in Premier League Top Two

11/8 –  To Finish in Premier League Top Four

6/1  –  To Finish in Premier League Top Two

 


 

Nottingham Forest

 

2022/23:

Contrary to most pundits’ expectations, Nottingham Forest avoided relegation at the end of their first season back in the Premier League for almost two decades, although only 4 points separated them from the bottom three at the end of play. 9 wins, 11 draws and 18 defeats earned the Tricky Trees 38 points and they live to fight another day in the top-flight.

 

First five games:

Arsenal (Away)

Sheffield United (Home)

Manchester United (Away)

Chelsea (Away)

Burnley (Home)

 

Best Betting Odds:

11/4 –  To be Relegated from Premier League

6/1  –  To Finish as Top Midlands Club

 


 

Sheffield United

 

2022/23:

Sheffield United finished second to Burnley in the Championship last term with 91 points collected through their 28 wins, 7 draws and 11 defeats. The Blades will be looking forward to their season back in the Premier League but they are slight odds-on to drop straight back down at the first time of asking.

 

First five games:

Crystal Palace (Home)

Nottingham Forest (Away)

Manchester City (Home)

Everton (Home)

Tottenham Hotspur (Away)

 

Best Betting Odds:

11/4 –  To Finish as Top Promoted Club

5/4  –  To Avoid Relegation

10/11 –  To be Relegated from Premier League

 


 

Tottenham Hotspur

 

2022/23:

Tottenham Hotspur finished a disappointing 8th at the end of 2022/23 and as such, they won’t be taking part in any European competition. After a solid first half of the campaign they eventually amassed 60 points from their 18 wins, 6 draws and 14 defeats.

 

First five games:

Brentford (Away)

Manchester United (Home)

AFC Bournemouth (Away)

Burnley (Away)

Sheffield United (Home)

 

Best Betting Odds:

3/1  –  To Finish in Premier League Top Four

5/1  –  To Finish as Top London Club

 


 

West Ham United

 

2022/23:

West Ham United flirted with relegation at times last term but in the end they finished 6 points clear of the drop. The Hammers won 11, drew 7 and lost 20 to earn for themselves a total of 40 points.

 

First five games:

AFC Bournemouth (Away)

Chelsea (Home)

Brighton & Hove Albion (Away)

Luton Town (Away)

Manchester City (Home)

 

Best Betting Odds:

10/11 –  To Finish in Bottom Half of Premier League

5/4  –  To Finish in Top Half of Premier League

 


 

Wolverhampton Wanderers

 

2022/23:

Wolverhampton Wanderers finished the 2022/23 campaign in 13th position with 7 points separating them from the bottom three at the close of the season. The West Midlands side picked up a total of 41 points from their 11 wins, 8 draws and 19 defeats.

 

First Five Games:

Manchester United (Away)

Brighton & Hove Albion (Home)

Everton (Away)

Crystal Palace (Away)

Liverpool (Home)

 

Best Betting Odds:

11/2 –  To be Relegated from Premier League

1/7  –  To Avoid Relegation

7/2  –  To Finish in Top Half of Premier League