Premier League Top 4 Finish Odds

Manchester City and Manchester United will be competing in the 2021/22 Champions League next season, although third and fourth spot in the Premier League are truly up for grabs, with a clutch of teams aiming to finish the campaign strongly and secure their place in the top UEFA club competition next term. Leicester and Chelsea have both recently stumbled, with West Ham and Liverpool now bang in contention.

Premier League Top 4 Finish Odds

Premier League Top Four Odds*

TeamOdds (Click to bet)Bet with
Manchester City1/1000William Hill
Manchester United1/100888 Sport
Leicester8/11Unibet
Liverpool8/11BetVictor
Chelsea8/11Paddy Power
West Ham2/1Paddy Power
Tottenham10/1BetVictor
Everton40/1Bet365
Arsenal100/1Karamba

*Odds correct as of April 13, 2021


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It’s been a Premier League season like no other, although the cream of the crop has certainly risen to the top as Manchester City storm clear at the top of the table and they will be crowned champions of England for the third time in four campaigns, while there’s also the prospect of them securing the quadruple.

When it comes to the Top Four betting market, most bookies aren’t even bothering to price up the Citizens, while Manchester United’s recent win at White Hart Lane means that the Red Devils are virtually certain to be a Champions League contender next season, especially with their ability to finish matches strongly as they demonstrated against Tottenham.

However, we have a wide open battle when it comes to third and fourth spot, with the bookies finding it hard to separate Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester in the Premier League Top Four betting market, with the trio all trading at a fraction of odds-on and they all have seven games to determine whether they’ll be playing in the Champions League or Europa League next term.

Leicester City were in the box seat after the international break although defeats to Manchester City and West Ham have seen them slip back into the pack, with the Hammers currently occupying fourth spot in the Premier League and David Moyes’ side have been well backed to remain in the top quartet of places, with the goals flying in for the London side.

Chelsea have momentarily dropped out of the top four despite a 4-1 win at Crystal Palace, with Thomas Tuchel’s side blowing up at home to West Brom in their previous match although they are strongly fancied to return to the Champions League table, while Liverpool are having to scrap away for top-flight wins with a patched up defence which is always prone to conceding.

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Manchester United Sitting Pretty in Second Spot

During the early stages of the 2020/21 season, you could have landed some fancy prices about Manchester United securing a top four finish for the second season running, although the Red Devils embarked on an excellent run at the beginning of November and they’ve managed to hold their position despite not looking like title challengers.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team are nine points ahead of fifth-placed Chelsea and they simply need a handful of victories in order to get over the line, with the bookies prepared to go no bigger than 1/100 that the Red Devils are still in those all-important Champions League spots when the curtain is drawn on the campaign.

United’s away form has been an enormous factor in their successful season to date and the performances of Bruno Fernandes will surely catapult them to further victories, with the Red Devils producing an excellent display at White Hart Lane when enjoying a 3-1 win over Tottenham which saw Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani shine brightly.

Leicester's Odds on the Drift for a Top Four Finish

Just when it looked safe to assume that Leicester would secure a top four spot in the Premier League this season, a 2-0 home reverse against Manchester City and a 3-2 defeat away to West Ham means that they are slipping back to the chasing pack. Indeed, Paddy Power now offer 4/5 about a Foxes team who sit third in the Premier League table and they are only two points clear of Chelsea in fifth place.

Leicester have been here before. They were sitting pretty last season before Manchester United and Chelsea managed to leapfrog them at the death, with Rodgers' side also still involved in the FA Cup and that could prove to be an unnecessary distraction to a team who had three players missing due to a COVID-19 breach.

The Midlands side will perhaps look at the looming FA Cup clash against Southampton as something of an inconvenience considering that playing Champions League football next term is a higher priority, with Rodgers hoping his players behave themselves and galvanise to push hard to secure a top four berth.

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Chelsea Back on Track After Win Over Palace

Chelsea came back after the international break and stumbled badly at home to West Brom to lose 5-2, bringing into question whether the Blues were going to qualify for the Champions League next season, although a 4-1 win at Crystal Palace suggests that the reverse against the Baggies was something of a blip and Thomas Tuchel certainly has the squad to challenge hard for a top four berth.

With Chelsea sitting pretty when it comes to their Champions League tie with Porto and with a shot at winning the FA Cup this season, Betfair now offer a best price 8/11 that we see Tuchel steer the London side into the top four of the Premier League table.

It's true that the German has inherited a squad brimming with talent and his deployment of a 3-5-2 formation appears to have been a hit with the players who are all kept constantly on their toes. Indeed, Tuchel has two strong players for virtually every position and it appears that Kai Havertz and Christian Pulisic are among those who are enjoying sparkling form in a blue shirt.


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Liverpool Now 8/11 for Top Four Spot After Win Over Villa

Liverpool's odds for the Premier League top four betting market have been pretty volatile over the past few months. Before their world came crashing down after Christmas, the Reds were a very short price to qualify for the Champions League although a spate of defeats at Anfield led to them drifting like a barge and they’re still making hard work of things in the Premier League.

However, the Merseyside team were able to come from behind to recently beat Aston Villa which followed a facile 3-0 triumph away to Arsenal, meaning that the best price about the Reds landing a top four spot is 8/11 and it might be the case that the Premier League becomes their sole focus after losing to Real Madrid in the UCL.

Jurgen Klopp has recently become one of the favourites in the Sack Race betting market and although the German has confirmed he’s staying put at Anfield, it remains to be seen whether a patched up defence is able to hold steady enough to ensure that the attack can outscore the opposition until May.

West Ham Now Genuine Top Four Contenders

West Ham’s top four hopes were boosted when they raced into a recent 3-0 lead against Arsenal, although the Gunners came storming back to land a point. However, the Hammers secured a 3-2 victory at Molineux and they were able to repeat the same trick when beating Leicester City by the same scoreline.

It’s certain that Moyes has done an excellent job at the London Stadium this term and surpassed any expectations that were in place at the beginning of the season. The loan signing of Jesse Lingard was clearly a brilliant move, while the team are just about coping without Declan Rice and Michail Antonio, with the bookies reporting a brisk trade on the Hammers.

BetVictor are prepared to lay West Ham on this market to the extent that you can secure 2/1 about the Hammers qualifying for the Champions League and they are very much in the mix as we enter the business stage of what has been an enthralling season.


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Tottenham Drifting for a Premier League Top Four Spot

It’s been a rollercoaster season for Tottenham Hotspur who began very brightly and looked as though they could be title contenders, although their form has been a mixed bag for several months and last weekend’s 3-1 reverse at home to Manchester United means that they are six points off the top four places with just seven games remaining.

Spurs began the season pretty well and were actually being discussed as potential title contenders under Mourinho, although there have been too many under-par performances where the London side have tried to sit on a slender lead or alternatively simply failed to approach the game from an attacking point-of-view.

However, captain and star striker Harry Kane is firing his way to the Golden Boot and Betfair chalk up 13/1 that Spurs somehow manage to wriggle into the Champions League spots come the end of the season.


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