Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Premier League winner odds: Arsenal pass crucial test

Must read

Arsenal passed perhaps their biggest test on the Premier League title race run-in on Sunday, beating Spurs 3-2 away to finish the weekend a point clear at the top and 2/1 to be crowned champions.

Manchester City, who are second and have a game in hand, beat Nottingham Forest 2-0 at the City Ground and are 4/11 to become the first team to win the title four seasons in a row.

Liverpool are 250/1 after Saturday’s 2-2 draw at West Ham. Jurgen Klopp’s side have won just one of their previous five top-flight games and are five points behind Arsenal with three games to play.

New customers to Parimatch can take advantage of the offer below to get boosted odds of 50/1 on any club to win the league with the enhanced price paid in free bets.

2023-24 Premier League winner odds

Odds correct at time of publishing and subject to change.

Already used the Parimatch sign-up offer? Check out all the latest bookmaker offers and the best betting sites.

Who will win the Premier League title in the 2023-24 season?

As implied by the latest bookmakers’ odds.

Team Chance of winning the league
Manchester City 73%
Arsenal 33%
Liverpool 0.4%

Title race becomes a duel

With Liverpool now five points behind leaders Arsenal after drawing 2-2 at West Ham on Saturday, the bookmakers have declared the Premier League title to be a two-horse race. 

Jurgen Klopp’s side are 250/1 to overhaul the Gunners and City after a run of one victory in five league games. They complete their season – and Klopp’s eight-and-a-half-year reign as manager – with matches against Tottenham (h), Aston Villa (a) and Wolves (h).

Arsenal are 2/1 to win the title for the first time in 20 years after beating Spurs 3-2 away from home on Sunday. Games against Bournemouth (h), Manchester United (a) and Everton (h) all look winnable for Mikel Arteta’s side, who are a point clear of Manchester City.

However, City have a game in hand and remain 4/11 favourites to win a record fourth consecutive Premier League title after beating Nottingham Forest 2-0 on Sunday. They have won their previous five league games and finish by facing Wolves (h), Fulham (a), Spurs (a) and West Ham (h).

Premier League top six

Position Team Played Goal difference Points
1. Arsenal 35 +57 80
2. Manchester City 34 +50 79
3. Liverpool 35 +41 75
4. Aston Villa 35 +21 67
5. Tottenham 33 +15 60
6. Manchester United 34 +1 54

Premier League – Gameweek 36 fixtures

Friday May 3

Luton vs Everton 8pm

Saturday May 4

3pm unless stated

Arsenal vs Bournemouth 12.30pm

Brentford vs Fulham

Burnley vs Newcastle

Sheff Utd vs Nottm Forest

Man City vs Wolves 5.30pm

Sunday May 5

2pm unless stated

Brighton vs Aston Villa

Chelsea vs West Ham

Liverpool vs Tottenham 4.30pm

Monday May 6

Crystal Palace vs Man Utd 8pm

Odds, correct at the time of publishing, are subject to change.

Latest article