Premier League Title Odds
Who wins Premier League 2020/2021?
Who’ll win the Premier League in 2020/21?
The current Premier League season appears by all accounts to be done and dusted. After waiting 30-years for a league title win Liverpool are on the cusp of ending the drought. Jurgen Klopp’s side boast a colossal lead and look untouchable at the top of the table. It’s just a matter of time before they are named Premier League champions.
So significant is the Reds advantage, it’s time to start concentrating on next season and who’ll win the Premier League in the 2020/21 season?
It’s one thing winning the league, its another to defend the title. Liverpool face that daunting task, but right now they must be considered favourites to do it again. The gap between the Merseyside club and the chasing pack appears too big to be closed during a single transfer window.
After several seasons at the top of English football Manchester City have suffered a massive blip this year. Pep Guardiaola’s side are way off the pace in the league and will want to bounce back in 2020/21. Last week you’d have fancied them to do just that. However, the club is now in disarray after UEFA handed the Blues a two-year European ban. This has of course caused concerns among fans about a mass player and staff exodus, which could see the club seriously regress.
Beyond the top two English clubs there is an elite group of teams desperate to return to the top of English football. Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United all have a rich history in the Premier League. Next season they’ll be hoping to close the gap and maybe even emerge as winners. It’ll be tough but with the right signings any of these teams can return to the pinnacle of English football. Lets also not forget about the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City who are more than capable of mounting a serious title challenge.
The Premier League is the most popular and talent filled sports league in the world. Although Liverpool will be big favourites for the competition in 2021 they’ll undoubtably face a much stiffer test than they have in the 2019/20 season.