Premier League Top 10 odds
Premier League Top 10 odds
English Premier League 2019 – Top 10 Teams
It really did come all the way for the Manchester City fans in the 2017-18 season for the English Premier League and with everything done and dusted for yet another season all eyes are set for the 27th in a row extravaganza of English club football. People have already marked their calendars for it to start this August and there’s a lot we’ve seen in the previous season that can make the expectations get to yet another level. The season might not be too much fruitful for West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City and Stoke City who were relegated but most definitely there will be some spark mixed with the inclusion of Wolverhampton Wanderes and the Cardiff City. Who will fill the final third spot? That’s so far a big question mark because clearly, we could expect some big upsets and changes in the table for the next season
As 20 clubs start their fight to be called the best English Football club, just the way odds have gone in the previous years we could easily predict that City, isn’t going to just let go of their title. On the same time with Liverpool making big difference to the Champions League thanks to the lights of Mo Salah, spice up on the top 4 of the table will be unbeatable. Chelsea, who were unable to qualify for the UEFA Champions’ League group stage by just one position will aim to redeem their image. Arsenal of course is going to follow the same campaign. However, if we again see the dominance of 100 points by Manchester City we can only expect the Red Devils bring some surprise to stop this force rising from the same city. The way Manchester City lead the tournament with their attack has for sure put the question mark on other clubs and their defences.
Another question mark that has risen is on Chelsea alongside 2015-17 winners Leicester City FC. Leicester with some upsets going on in their line up might not be that effective in the 2019 season. However, them making up the top 10 teams spot might not be difficult either. The Spurs and Burnley will make their spots reserved in the same listicle as well. With the same clubs stepping in with their challenging stars. It is easy to assume that the 8th, 9th and 10th spot will be something fought hard for. Whereas on the top 4 we may get to see Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea with Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City following up on the 5th, 6th and 7th spot with some variation. The season is scheduled to start up from 11 August 2018 and will keep the table shuffling until 19 May 2019. Before it starts we might see Arsenal on top of the table, thanks to the alphabetic order but is it going to be the same for Gunners? Turns out we will have to wait and see how it goes.