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Manchester City edged Liverpool for the Premier League title in 2021-22 by a mere one point. The two English Premier League rivals went down to the final day in the title fight. Next season, both clubs are expected to do well, but the likes of Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Manchester United are aiming to close the gap on Manchester City and Liverpool.

The Premier League season kicks off in August as the English top flight's 20 teams battle for the richest domestic league trophy in the world. The 2022-23 campaign is set to be just as exciting as the previous one.

A lot of big name players have already signed to Premier League clubs for next term. There will be plenty of star power as the arms race for the world's best players continues.

Let's look at the Premier League odds for the upcoming season and explore the teams fighting for the Premier League trophy.

Premier League Outright Winner Odds

English Premier League betting odds for the outright markets are in. Bookies have Manchester City and Liverpool as No. 1 and No. 2 in the odds. Yet, a sneaky London team has emerged as third favourite thanks to some excellent offseason transfer business. Could this season be a three horse race?

Here are the latest Premier League title odds for 2022-23:

Who Is the Favourite to Win the Premier League Title?

Man City are the favourite to win the Premier League title according to the latest Premier League winner odds. The Cityzens signed Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund in the offseason. It is a major signing and shows Manchester City's intent to retain the title. Pep Guardiola's team has won the last two league trophies.

Liverpool were edged out of the title by one point last season. The Reds have also added to the attack signing Darwin Nunez from Benfica for over £64 million. The Cityzens and Reds are in an arms race to sign the best attacking football players.

Who Are the Dark Horses?

Tottenham Hotspur are building something worth looking at ahead of the season. Antonio Conte turned around the team's fortunes after joining the club halfway through the previous season.

Conte got Spurs into the Champions League and based on their excellent end to the campaign, the Londoners could be set for something big in 2022-23. Last season, Spurs took points off of both Manchester City and Liverpool. If Conte can keep Tottenham consistent, they will trouble City and Liverpool.

Chelsea cannot be ruled out of fighting for the title. However, Chelsea really fell off the title race pace in the season's second half last term. The Blues are looking to add and subtract some players before the season starts. The Stamford Bridge outfit is under new ownership. The purse strings may not be as open as in the past.

Who Won the Premier League Last Season?

Mancehster City won the Premier League in 2021-22 with 93 points. The Cityzens edged out Liverpool on the final day of the season by a mere one point. It was Man City's second straight English Premier League title.

Premier League Top 4 Odds

The latest odds on the Premier League top four from leading bookies favours the four clubs that ended last season in the Champions League qualification places.

Here are the latest English Premier League odds on the top four:

  • Man City 1/33
  • Liverpool 1/10
  • Chelsea 8/11
  • Tottenham 10/11
  • Manchester United 11/8
  • Arsenal 2/1
  • Newcastle United 17/2
  • West Ham 14/1
  • Leicester City 20/1
  • Aston Villa 20/1
  • Brighton 25/1
  • Wolverhampton 33/1
  • Crystal Palace 35/1
  • Everton 40/1
  • Southampton 66/1
  • Brentford 90/1
  • Fulham 100/1
  • Leeds United 100/1
  • Nottingham Forest 150/1
  • Bournemouth 200/1

How Many Teams Qualify for the Champions League?

Four teams will qualify for the Champions League at the end of the season. The 2022-23 Champions League will see Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Tottenham compete in the tournament.

How Many Teams Qualify for the Europa League?

Europa League qualification places vary depending on the domestic cup results. Last season, two clubs qualified for the Europa League from the Premier League. Arsenal and Manchester United earned places in the Europa League based on their league performance.

How Many Teams Qualify for the Europa Conference League?

Depending on the EFL Cup result, there could be one Europa Conference League place up for grabs this season. In 2021-22, West Ham finished eighth and qualified for the Europa Conference League courtesy of Liverpool winning the EFL Cup.

Premier League Relegation Odds

Here are the latest Premier League relegation odds for the upcoming season:

  • Bournemouth 4/6
  • Nottingham Forest 5/6
  • Fulham 5/4
  • Leeds United 13/5
  • Brentford 11/4
  • Southampton 7/2
  • Everton 5/1
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers 6/1
  • Crystal Palace 6/1
  • Brighton 10/1
  • Aston Villa 12/1
  • Leicester City 18/1
  • Newcastle United 33/1
  • West Ham 33/1
  • Arsenal 500/1
  • Manchester United 1000/1
  • Tottenham Hotspur 1000/1
  • Chelsea 2500/1
  • Liverpool 5000/1
  • Manchester City 5000/1

Premier League Top Goalscorer Odds

Last season, Mohamed Salah and Heung Min Son shared the Premier League Golden Boot award. The duo scored 23 goals each. Man City have signed Erling Haaland and Liverpool added Darwin Nunez. Will either of these goalscorers find the back of the net regularly?

  • Erling Haaland 7/2
  • Mohamed Salah 9/2
  • Harry Kane 6/1
  • Cristiano Ronaldo 10/1
  • Heung Min Son 10/1
  • Darwin Nunez 12/1
  • Romelu Lukaku 20/1
  • Diogo Jota 25/1
  • Gabriel Jesus 25/1
  • Jamie Vardy 25/1
  • Julian Alvarez 25/1
  • Luis Diaz 33/1

Players To Watch Out For This Season?

The two players to watch out for are the two newest forward signings of Manchester City and Liverpool. Erling Haaland lit up the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund. He scored 83 goals in 87 games. Haaland is the No. 9 Manchester City haven't had since Sergio Aguero banged in the goals.

Darwin Nunez arrives at Liverpool after emerging in 2021-22 as a pure goalscorer. The Uruguyan scored 26 goals in 28 games for Benfica in the Portuguese top flight last season. He will fit in nicely with Jurgen Klopp's front three.

Tottenham's Heung Min Son and Harry Kane combined for 40 of Spurs' 69 goals last season. The duo could ignite a title challenge from Tottenham. Kane had a transfer to Manchester City fail to get off the ground last summer. He will be hungry to show that he is still a top goalscorer.

When Does the Premier League Start?

The season will start on Saturday, 6 August 2022.

When is the Final Day of the Premier League?

The season will conclude with all matches kicking off at the same time on Sunday, 28 May 2023. The season will feature a midseason break from November 14 to December 26 due to the World Cup being played in Qatar.

What Happens To the Premier League During the World Cup?

The season will feature a midseason break from November 14 to December 26 due to the World Cup being played in Qatar.

Premier League Teams 2022/23

The teams for the 2022-23 Premier League season include:

  • Arsenal
  • Aston Villa
  • Bournemouth
  • Brentford
  • Brighton
  • Chelsea
  • Crystal Palace
  • Everton
  • Fulham
  • Leeds United
  • Leicester City
  • Liverpool
  • Manchester City
  • Manchester United
  • Newcastle United
  • Nottingham Forest
  • Southampton
  • Tottenham Hotspur
  • West Ham
  • Wolverhampton

Which Team Has The Most Premier League Trophies?

Since the launch of the Premier League in 1992, no team has won more Premier League trophies than Manchester United. The Red Devils have won the Premier League trophy 13 times.

Premier League Winners

The Premier League launched in 1992. Since then, seven different teams have lifted the trophy.

  • Man United 1992-93
  • Man United 1993-94
  • Blackburn Rovers 1994-95
  • Man United 1995-96
  • Man United 1996-97
  • Arsenal 1997-98
  • Man United 1998-99
  • Man United 1999-2000
  • Man United 2000-01
  • Arsenal 2001-02
  • Man United 2002-03
  • Arsenal 2003-04
  • Chelsea 2004-05
  • Chelsea 2005-06
  • Man United 2006-07
  • Man United 2007-08
  • Man United 2008-09
  • Chelsea 2009-10
  • Man United 2010-11
  • Man City 2011-12
  • Man United 2012-13
  • Man City 2013-14
  • Chlesea 2014-15
  • Leicester City 2015-16
  • Chelsea 2016-17
  • Man City 2017-18
  • Man City 2018-19
  • Liverpool 2019-20
  • Man City 2020-21
  • Man City 2021-22

Premier League Most Appearances

Midfielder Gareth Barry made more appearances in the Premier League than any othe player. The Premier League ironman played 653 times in the top flight for Aston Villa, Manchester City, and Everton.

Premier League Top Goalscorers

The Premier League's top 10 scorers all time:

  1. Alan Shearer 260
  2. Wayne Rooney 208
  3. Andrew Cole 187
  4. Sergio Aguero 184
  5. Harry Kane 183
  6. Frank Lampard 177
  7. Thierry Henry 175
  8. Robbie Fowler 163
  9. Jermain Defoe 162
  10. Michael Owen 150

Which Managers Have Been In Charge the Longest?

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is the longest serving manager in the Premier League. Klopp joined Liverpool in 2015 and has led Liverpool to three Champions League finals, one Europa League final, a Premier League title, EFL Cup, FA Cup, FIFA World Club Cup, and UEFA Super Cup.