2017-18 Premier League Title Odds

2017-18 Premier League Title Odds

The 2016-17 Premier League season ended with Chelsea winning the title, and sportsbooks wasted no time looking ahead to 2017-18. Pinnacle was the first book to post title odds and Chelsea did NOT open as favorites to repeat as champs. That honor belongs to Manchester City who have the best odds to win the title at +240.

ClubJuly 29
May 26
May 22
Manchester City+180+240+240
Manchester United+360+300+400
West Ham+50000+25000N/A
Stoke City+100000+20000N/A
Crystal Palace+100000+33000N/A
West Bromwich+100000+50000N/A

Six teams have odds of +1300 or better, but next on the list is Everton at +6000 odds. Huddersfield have the worst odds at +200000 but those are still better than Leicester City in 2015-16 (+500000) when they pulled off the miracle. Newcastle is back in the Premier League after winning the Championship (division right below the EPL) and are 550:1 to claim the title, better odds than nearly half the league.

Here’s a look at some “rivalry” props at BetOnline on which team will record more points this season:

2017-18 Premier League Relegation Odds

2017-18 Premier League Point Totals

2017-18 Premier League Top Goalscorer Odds

Do you think Man City deserve to be title favorites ahead of reigning winners Chelsea? Will Tottenham, Arsenal or Liverpool finally break through and win the league title? I’ll have an extensive season preview with a breakdown and season point totals as the season gets closer.

Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. He can be reached at dan.mcguire@sportsinsights.com.

  • michae kina
    June 14, 2017 at 8:54 pm

    Comment…am for Tottenham winning the league

  • James
    June 22, 2017 at 7:11 pm

    Man City already splashing the cash around. Will be interesting to see if they can land Dani Alvez over Chelsea. I really think it comes down to if Pep can continue to adapt to the Premier League style of play. I personally believe that Conte’s style will prevail over the course of the entire season. However, I am biased being a Liverpool supporter. Still chaps me over the whole Sterling dealing.

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