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Manchester City favourites to win Premier League next season

| 26.06.2020

Liverpool were crowned champions last night

Manchester City are the favourites to win the Premier League title next season after missing out to Liverpool this time around.

Last year’s champions suffered a 2-1 defeat to Chelsea last night, meaning Liverpool were officially crowned champions for the first time in the Premier League era.

But according to our odds, City will come back stronger next year and they’re currently 11/10 to win the trophy back.

Liverpool are 6/4 to defend the title, with Manchester United and Chelsea trailing behind at 12/1.

“Manchester City have opened up as the favourite to regain their title next season, despite being a long way behind Liverpool in 2019/20 campaign,” said Coral’s John Hill.

“Jurgen Klopp’s men have been so dominant this season, however, they are second best in the betting to repeat their feat next year.”

Meanwhile, with nothing to play for in the league, City are now 6/1 to win the cup treble this season ahead of their FA Cup quarter-final with Newcastle on Sunday.

“The Carabao Cup is already in the bag, they’re odds-on favourites to win the FA Cup and they have just Bayern Munich ahead of them in the Champions League betting,” added Hill.

To win the 2020/21 Premier League

Manchester City 11/10, Liverpool 6/4, Manchester United 12/1, Chelsea 12/1, Tottenham 33/1, Arsenal 50/1, Newcastle 100/1, Wolves 100/1

Manchester City to win the cup treble this season


To win the FA Cup this season

Manchester City 4/5, Manchester United 6/1, Chelsea 7/1, Arsenal 9/1, Leicester 11/1, Sheffield United 18/1, Newcastle 25/1

To win the Champions League this season

Bayern Munich 11/4, Manchester City 3/1, Barcelona 11/2, Paris Saint-Germain 7/1, Atletico Madrid 12/1, RB Leipzig 12/1, Juventus 16/1, Atalanta 20/1, Real Madrid 33/1, Lyon 40/1, Napoli 40/1, Chelsea 150/1

View the latest football odds.

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Harry Howes

Having previously worked on national newspapers, Harry is an experienced writer who is obsessed with all things football and Wilfried Zaha, even naming his cat after the future Ballon d’Or winner.