Premier League Top 4 Finish Odds

The 2019/20 English Premier League season is officially back underway after an enforced break and there is set to be a huge battle for the 2 remaining Champions League spots. Leicester looked like they had a guaranteed spot, but they're beginning to fall apart as Manchester United pick up form with Ole at the wheel. In this article we take a look at the Premier League Top 4 betting.

Premier League Top 4 Finish Odds

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Latest Premier League Top Four Odds (As of 11.00am 06/07/2020)

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Chelsea1/3BetVictor
Manchester United4/11Unibet
Leicester5/6William Hill
Wolves14/1888Sport
Arsenal66/1BetVictor
Tottenham100/1BoyleSports

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Liverpool FC have been crowned champions of England for the first time in thirty years and they will take their place in next season’s Champions League as a result, while Manchester City are heavily likely to land second spot at the time of writing, meaning a top-four spot is nailed-on for the 2018/19 champions.

While City were hit with a UEFA ban earlier this year, Pep Guardiola is hopeful that this will be overturned and it very much appears as though the other leading teams in the Premier League are battling it out for third and fourth place when it comes to qualifying for Europe’s primary club competition.

Leicester City and Chelsea originally looked to have an unassailable advantage over the chasing pack, although Manchester United’s dramatic improvement means that we’re in for an exciting tussle between now and the end of the season.

Wolves also appear to be in the mix despite games running out for the Midlands team, while it’s possible that north London duo Arsenal and Tottenham might have to settle for Europa League spots next season.

Chelsea in Pole Position for Champions League Spot

Chelsea (1/3 with BetVictor) were roundly outclassed by Bayern Munich in this season’s Champions League, although the imminent arrivals of Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech means that the Blues might be more competitive in Europe next season, while the west London club’s spending might not be limited to a duo who are going to significantly improve the squad from an attacking perspective.

Frank Lampard looks virtually certain to also improve a defence and possibly the goalkeeper position, although his recruitment might largely come down to whether the Chelsea manager can steer his current team to a top-four finish, having spent a great deal of the campaign sitting in fourth spot.

It’s crazy to think that Chelsea got off to the bumpiest of starts when losing 4-0 at Old Trafford, although the Blues have resumed the 2019/20 season in solid form, claiming victories over Aston Villa, Manchester City and Watford, although a defeat at West Ham raised the alarm as far as those defensive frailities are concerned.

Chelsea’s final two Premier League matches involve a trip to Anfield where Liverpool might not feel particularly motivated before hosting a stubborn Wolves team and their prospects of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League could come down to the final game of the season.

Chelsea Remaining Premier League Fixtures (July)

  • Crystal Palace v Chelsea | Tue 7
  • Sheffield United v Chelsea | Sat 11
  • Chelsea v Norwich City | Tue 14
  • Liverpool v Chelsea | Wed 22
  • Chelsea v Wolves | Sun 26

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Manchester United Flying Home with Fernandes

Manchester United have spent much of the 2019/20 season doing a poor impression of a team who want to be in next season’s Champions League. However, if this was a horse race, the Red Devils would be travelling fast and coming up on the outside with a furlong to go.

After drawing 1-1 at Tottenham in their first post-lockdown match, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team exploded into action and enjoyed an 11-2 aggregate win over Sheffield United, Brighton and Bournemouth in their next three top-flight matches. It’s been a remarkable turnaround considering the team have such a modest win rate for the entire campaign and this is reflected in their odds, they are now 4/11 with Unibet to grab a Champions League spot.

The £47,000,000 paid to Sporting for Bruno Fernandes could be one of the best ever pieces of transfer business conducted by this prestigious club, with Paul Pogba also returning to his best form and forming an irresistible midfield duo, although the attacking output of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood has also been outstanding.

Greenwood’s emergence has been particularly noticeable and Manchester United have a relatively easy run-in for the remainder of the 2019/20 Premier League season, although there is a trip to the King Power Stadium on Sunday 26 July which could have an enormous bearing on the outcome of the season.

Manchester United Remaining Premier League Fixtures (July)

  • Aston Villa v Man United | Thu 9
  • Man United v Southampton | Mon 13
  • Crystal Palace v Man United | Thu 16
  • Man United v West Ham | Wed 22
  • Leicester City v Man United | Sun 26

Leicester Looking Shaky After the Lockdown

Leicester City (5/6 with William Hill) enjoyed a flying start to the 2019/20 campaign and announced themselves as top-four contenders from an early stage, with that 9-0 win at Southampton a real statement of intent and there was a period where people were talking about a repeat of THAT miracle in 2016.

However, the Foxes were seemingly punching above their weight during those first few months of the campaign and they’ve since lost significant ground to the other teams chasing a top-four spot, even if a 3-0 win over Crystal Palace steadied the ship and represented their first top-flight victory post-lockdown.

The plain truth is that Leicester’s form wasn’t too great before the pandemic and the fact that they could only muster two points from games against Watford, Brighton and Everton could come back to haunt them. Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool famously went close to winning the title before blowing up and perhaps history could repeat itself here.

The Midlands side still look in control of their own destiny considering they face Manchester United on the final day of the 2019/20 season, with that coming after a trip to Tottenham Hotspur, while there’s also a trip to Bramall Lane and a game at the Emirates Stadium to play. Indeed, the only straightforward fixture of the remaining bunch is a home clash against a hapless Bournemouth side.

Leicester City Remaining Premier League Fixtures (July)

  • Arsenal v Leicester City | Tue 7
  • Bournemouth v Leicester City | Sun 12
  • Leicester City v Sheffield United | Thu 16
  • Tottenham v Leicester City | Sun 19
  • Leicester City v Man United | Sun 26

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Wolves Need a Flawless Finish to Overhaul Rivals

It’s hard to believe that this is only Wolverhampton Wanderers’ second season in the top flight since enjoying promotion, with the Black Country outfit quickly establishing themselves as a leading club in England. Nuno Espirito Santo has done wonders with a modest squad of players and a place in next season’s Champions League would represent a remarkable achievement at odds of 14/1 with 888Sport.

Wolves resumed the 2019/20 season with a consecutive hat-trick of victories over West Ham, Bournemouth and Aston Villa, putting them firmly in the mix to dine at Europe’s top table next season, although a home reverse against Arsenal illustrated that the team still have shortcomings against more credible opposition.

Indeed, the main criticism you can level at Wanderers is that they are fairly defensive-minded and Nuno recently implied that every match was about building on a clean sheet, with the current team not designed to be a goal machine, even if they boast the irrepressible Raul Jimenez leading the line and finding the net on a regular basis.

The manager will probably lament that his team haven’t won enough games at Molineux this season in order to be a more viable contender and there was a shaky start which is partly down to being involved in the Europa League, with Wolves having a tricky run-in which involves trips to Sheffield United, Burnley and Chelsea.

They also have to host an improved Everton team and perhaps Wolves’ best hopes of qualifying for next season’s Champions League will come from winning the Europa League which will be played out after the domestic season.

Wolves Remaining Premier League Fixtures (July)

  • Sheffield United v Wolves | Wed 8
  • Wolves v Everton | Sun 12
  • Burnley v Wolves | Wed 15
  • Wolves v Crystal Palace | Mon 20
  • Chelsea v Wolves | Sun 26

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Arsenal Likely to Have Left Things Too Late

Arsenal fans will be wondering about “what could have been” if Mikel Arteta had taken charge at the Emirates Stadium at an earlier point of the season. The current manager certainly seems an improvement on compatriot Unai Emery who quickly lost his way with the Gunners and we should note that the former was in the running to originally be the man to replace Arsene Wenger.

Arteta had a huge influence at Manchester City and the same thing is happening in north London, with the benchmark raised for a squad who will clearly need reshaping when the 2019/20 campaign is over. However, it’s been noticeable that young players such as Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah have been given an opportunity to shine in the first team.

The Gunners might need to go on a huge winning run to stand a chance of a top four spot this season, with Arsenal having a tricky set of remaining fixtures which includes matches against Leicester, Tottenham and Liverpool. Should they successfully negotiate those games, clashes against Aston Villa and Watford could be the icing on the cake and you can back them at 66/1 with BetVictor.

Arsenal Remaining Premier League Fixtures (July)

  • Arsenal v Leicester City | Tue 7
  • Tottenham v Arsenal | Sun 12
  • Arsenal v Liverpool | Wed 15
  • Aston Villa v Arsenal| Tue 21
  • Arsenal v Watford | Sun 26

Tottenham Unlikely to Be a Champions League Team Next Season

When being interviewed for the vacant Tottenham Hotspur (100/1 with Boylesports) manager’s job, we’re pretty sure that Jose Mourinho will have pointed to his fantastic track record in the Champions League as a reason why Daniel Levy should pay £15 million a year for his services, although the bottom line is that Spurs are highly unlikely to land a top four finish in the Premier League.

Whether or not you think Mourinho’s managerial powers have waned, Tottenham find themselves with the proverbial mountain to climb as we head into the final chapter of the 2019/20 season, with Spurs having dropped points against Manchester United and Sheffield United since the lockdown, with the Blades handing out a 3-1 pummeling.

Mourinho made excuses when attacking players like Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min were missing in action, although he now has a full squad and there’s still not a very merry tune coming from them at White Hart Lane. On the flip side, they do have favourable remaining set of fixtures if you discount a north London derby against Arsenal on 12 July.

Tottenham Remaining Premier League Fixtures (July)

  • Tottenham v Everton | Mon 6
  • Bournemouth v Tottenham | Thu 9
  • Tottenham v Arsenal | Sun 12
  • Newcastle v Tottenham | Wed 15
  • Tottenham v Leicester City | Sun 19
  • Crystal Palace v Tottenham | Sun 26

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