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News - 25/07/2015
2015/2016 Premier League Preview & Betting Odds

The new season of English Premier League is just around the corner and the first signs are enough to suggest that this could be one of the most exciting campaigns yet. Judging by the betting odds from, holders Chelsea have been made 6/4 favourites to defend the coveted trophy, followed by Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United.


Buoyed by spme shrewd summer signings, the Blues went on to win the 2014/2015 trophy in style, never quite allowing any of their title rivals to even come close to knocking them off the perch. As a result, Jose Mourinho was mostly concerned with keeping his squad together and he did just that, while only signing Asmir Begovic as a replacement for back-up keeper Petr Cech and adding Radamel Falcao to his ranks on permanent basis, which could turn out to be yet another masterstroke by the Special One.


Last year's runners up Manchester City surprisingly opted for home based reinforcements, and while Patrick Roberts is unlikely to play a major part this season, the likes of Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph could help the Citizens close the gap behind Chelsea. And if both Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure can enjoy injury-free season and City sign a decent partner for captain Vincent Kompany, then odds of 11/4 might prove worth a shot.


Priced at 9/2, Arsenal clearly have an outside chance of winning the Premier League title, but it remains to be seen whether they can handle the pressure with this being the season when everybody expects the Gunners to deliver. Many believe the addition of Petr Cech will have a major impact on the team, but Arsene Wenger will also need his other star players to perform to their potential, with Mesut Ozil and Santi Cazorla hinting during pre-season they can drive this team forward. On the other hand, Alexis Sanchez missing the start of the campaign could prove to be a problem.


After they somehow managed to end the season on a high, Manchester United gave their best to continue the uptrend by splashing out on Depay, Schweinsteiger, Schneiderlin and Darmian, although Louis van Gaal has again failed to reinforce the heart of defence. This means that we are again going to witness some entertaining games contested by the Red Devils, but unless they add few more quality players to the squad, 5/1 odds offered on Man Utd to win outright will not prove worthwhile.


Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool will be desperate to improve on the previous campaign, and this is another side that have spent heavily this summer. While seeing club icon Steven Gerrard leave for MLS, the Reds did well to recruit the likes of Firmino, Benteke, Milner, Ings and Clyne, among others, but rebuilding the squad one more time will not be an easy task. Liverpool could really do with getting rid of Mario Balotelli now that they've got plenty of quality options up front, and some punters will find 20/1 price quite appealing.


To Win Outright


Chelsea 6/4

Man City 11/4

Arsenal 9/2

Man Utd 5/1

Liverpool 20/1

Tottenham 100/1


Forecast (1st , 2nd ):


Chelsea, Man City 5/1

Man City, Chelsea 6/1

Chelsea, Arsenal 13/2

Chelsea, Man Utd 8/1

Arsenal, Chelsea 10/1

Man City, Arsenal 11/1


To Finish in Top 4


Chelsea 1/25

Man City 1/10

Arsenal 1/6

Man Utd 1/4

Liverpool 11/4

Tottenham 6/1


To Be Relegated


Watford 8/11

Norwich 11/10

Bournemouth 6/5

Sunderland 2/1

Aston Villa 11/4

Leicester 11/4


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