Premier League 2023/24: Man City 8/15 to lift the trophy again


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Premier League 2023/24: Man City 8/15 to lift the trophy again

Just days after winning their fifth Premier League title in six seasons, Manchester City have been inserted as clear favourites to repeat the feat in twelve months’ time at odds as low as 8/15.

While Arsenal may have dominated the Premier League table for most of the season, defending champions Manchester City took pole position when it mattered. The Gunners’ surprise 1-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest last time out was enough to hand Manchester City the title for the fifth time in six campaigns and pep Guardiola’s men are unsurprisingly huge favourites to lift the trophy again in 2024.

Apart from Arsenal, Pep Guardiola’s side have had little in the way of genuine competition since the early stages of the season and they didn’t need to do anything at the weekend in order to clinch the crown, the Tricky Trees handing it to them on a plate after doing the business against the second-placed Gunners. The Citizens put a clear exclamation mark on their success by beating Chelsea 1-0 the following day, a somewhat undramatic end to the campaign compared with last term.

According to all the leading bookmakers who have released odds for next season’s premier League campaign, Manchester City are the side deemed most likely to finish in pole position. If Guardiola’s side achieve this aim, then they will become the first ever Premier League club to win four successive titles.

Arsenal being joint-second in the market, Arsenal and Liverpool are a country mile behind at general odds of 9/1 while Manchester United and newcastle United round off the top four at 12/1 apiece.

Premier League 2023/24 Title Odds

8/15 –  Manchester City

9/1  –  Arsenal

9/1  –  Liverpool

12/1 –  Manchester United

12/1 –  Newcastle United

16/1 –  Chelsea

40/1 –  Tottenham Hotspur

66/1 –  Brighton & Hove Albion