BREAKING: How Will The Premier League Season End For The 2022/23 Season? Betting Trends And More


PL matches are always exciting; this season is no exception. Our blog will discuss all important betting tips and trends for the 2022/23 PL campaign.

The Premier League is one of the most competitive leagues in the world. Fans from all over the world are treated with great football displays every matchday. Perhaps the most attractive thing about this league is that anyone can win a match on their day, regardless of the opponent’s size.

It’s this kind of unpredictability that has grabbed the attention of many sports enthusiasts across the globe. In the 2019/20 season, the Premier League was the most-watched league in Europe, with about 3.2 billion viewers. That number is expected to continue rising, especially given this season’s surprises at the top and bottom of the table…..CONTINUE READING

This article will discuss the current Premier League standings and what bettors should expect for the rest of the campaign.

The 2022/23 Premier League table standings

The fight for this season’s Premier League title might go to the wire. Arsenal, at one point, had an eight-point lead at the Premier League summit, but that has since evaporated. Manchester City is currently just two points off the top of the table, with the Red Devils following them closely in third.

Liverpool and Chelsea have attracted criticism for their poor form, contributing to the teams’ mid-table positions. The Reds’ European dream also hangs on a thread following their 5-2 loss to Real Madrid. Graham Potter’s Chelsea has won only one match this calendar year, and the English manager is under immense pressure at the Bridge.

On the other hand, Brighton, Newcastle, and Brentford have been praised for their fantastic runs. Newcastle finds itself in the race for the top four, which is impressive considering that it was in a relegation battle a few months ago.

One team fighting for their lives to avoid relegation this season is Everton. Frank Lampard’s first year heading up the Merseyside squad has been one of disappointment, and the Toffee’s look to stay in the hunt for the Premier League to avoid a second consecutive relegation season for their new, splashy sponsor Stake.

The crypto-betting company sponsored Watford FC in the 2021/22 season. Unfortunately, the Hornets finished 19th and are currently sitting 7th in the Championship.

Premier League winner’s betting trends

Manchester City has been a dominant force in the past decade, winning five league titles. Manchester United (2013), Chelsea (2015 & 2017), Leicester City (2016), and Liverpool (2020) shared the rest.

Manchester City and Manchester United are in contention for the 2022/23 crown. However, they’ll have to match or surpass Arsenal’s form. The Gunners are in the hunt for their first league title since 2004 and are in an excellent position to break that trophy drought.

So, who will emerge as the winner? Here are the betting trends you must keep in mind:

Who are the bookmakers backing to win the league?

The Gunners looked like they would be run-away leaders for the rest of the season. But a few stumbling blocks for Arteta’s team gave the two Manchester Clubs a chance to close the gap.

Manchester City (10/11)

Despite being second on the PL table, Manchester City is still the bookmakers’ favourite to take it all home. According to the bookies, the Sky Blues have 10/11 odds of overtaking Arsenal and retaining the title for the second time in a row.

Pep’s team have proven in recent years that they can go all the way in a title race. The quality of players in the squad is another huge boost that may work for the Citizens, especially when you compare them with their closest rivals on the table.

Arsenal (11/10)

But Manchester City’s 7th league trophy won’t come easy as Mikel Arteta’s men look to prevent that end-season party. Arsenal is the second favourite to win the title, with the odds at 11/10.

The Gunners have looked like a different side since the start of the season. Two new players that must receive plaudits for this transformation are Alexander Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus. Their league-winning experience under Pep Guardiola looks to be paying off for Mikel Arteta.

Manchester United (12/1)

Manchester United fans have endured a rough decade since the departure of Sir Alex Furgerson. The worst part was seeing their noisy neighbours lift trophy after trophy in Guardiola’s era. But the arrival of Erik Ten Hag has brought a new feeling to Old Trafford.

The Red Devils are the third favourites to lift their 21st league title. Another fact that’s put a smile on United fans’ faces is that Ten Hag has been aggressive in all competitions.

It’s worth noting that playing in different competitions could affect Manchester United’s chances. Arsenal and Manchester City are competing in only one cup and the league. On the other hand, United still has to prepare for league fixtures and a couple of cups. This could lead to fatigue, but it remains to be seen how Ten Hag and his team will cope for the rest of the season.

Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham is fourth on the table, with Newcastle following closely in fifth. The two have swapped places several times this season, and they have an outside chance of challenging for the league.

Of course, they don’t have the quality and form the top three possess. So, in reality, they’re unlikely to overtake the league leaders. Newcastle’s odds are at 250/1, while Tottenham’s are 500/1.

The race to the top four

Playing in the Champions League has always been a prestigious fit for any European club. It’s been a while since Newcastle United enjoyed that feeling. This season the Magpies have a chance of regaining their past glory, but it won’t come without a fight.

Most bookies have removed Arsenal and Manchester City from this betting category. But who’re favourites to fill the remaining two spots?

Manchester United (95%)

Despite being in contention for the league title, Manchester United’s place in next season’s UCL isn’t entirely safe. Nevertheless, the Red Devils’ task of remaining in the top four is a lot easier, although Tottenham and Newcastle United will look to try and overtake them.

Marcus Rashford’s form has contributed to United’s position, and they are currently at 1/9 to finish in the top four.

Liverpool (43%)

The table standings say otherwise, but Liverpool is the second favourite to play in UCL next season. According to the bookies, the Reds’ odds are at 3/2.

But Klopp’s men must first overcome the troubles that have been pulling them back this season. However, their 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace doesn’t sound like a good start in that journey.

Tottenham (31%)

Antonio Conte has had a roller-coaster of a season, with Spurs hitting highs and lows. Their 1-0 win against Manchester City in early February was followed by a heavy defeat to a struggling Leicester side.

Nevertheless, Tottenham is still among the favourites to face the big guns of Europe next season. Most bookies have them at 7/4, just behind Liverpool and Newcastle.

Newcastle United (24%)

Despite having better odds than Spurs, the Magpies have a lower chance of finishing in the top four. What does that mean? The odds are generally based on the club’s league position and this season’s form.

But their recent history says otherwise, which is why many are still sceptical, hence the 24% chance. Despite that, you can still bet on Eddie Howe’s team to finish fourth with 3/2 odds – similar to Liverpool’s.

Chelsea (0.5%)

The Champions League spots look beyond reach for Chelsea. The Blues are more than 10 points adrift of the fourth-placed Spurs. As such, they have a 0.5% chance (25/1 odds) of catching up with the rest and finishing at least fourth.

Best of the rest

Fulham, Brighton, and Brentford are the dark horses of the 2022/23 campaign. Of course, they’re not huge favourites, but they still stand a chance of playing in the 2023/24 UCL campaign. The PL is full of surprises, and it’ll be interesting to see what the three have in store for the fans.

The race to Europa League and Conference League

The Union of European Football Association (UEFA) introduced another competition in the 2021/22 season. So, the best clubs that don’t qualify for the UCL and Europa League (UEL) spots can play in the UEFA Europa Conference League (UECL).

Tottenham and West Ham United have already played in UECL since its inception. But who will be next? Here are the odds for UEL and UECL qualification:

Europa League qualifying teams

UEFA awards the PL two Europa League spots every season. The 5th-placed team and the winner of the Football Association (FA) cup qualify for the competition. It’s worth noting that if the FA winner has already qualified for either UCL or UEL, that spot is given to the team that finishes 6th.

Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United are in a better position to either play in the Champions League or Europa League. So, their chances of finishing in the top 6 are high. Spurs are backed at 1/4, while the Magpies’ odds are on 1/5.

Liverpool’s recent form suggests that they may just overtake some of the teams above them. Klopp’s men are at 1/4 to secure a place in next season’s Europa League.

One of the teams Liverpool will have to overtake to get there is Fulham. The Cottagers are enjoying their return to the PL and have 13/1 odds of retaining their current position. Brighton has also been impressive this season and is backed at 3/2 to compete in the UEL.

On the other hand, Chelsea doesn’t have a great campaign. But the UEL spots aren’t out of reach for the Blues. The bookmakers have them on 7/2 to pick up the form and finish in the top 6.

Conference League qualifying teams

The Conference League spot is given to the winner of the Carabao Cup, which is Manchester United. If the Red Devils finish the season in UCL or UEL places, the UECL chance is awarded to the next unqualified best team on the PL table.

So, who stands a chance to grab that spot? Brighton, Brentford, Fulham, Liverpool, and Chelsea are contenders. Remember, only a few points separate the 6th-placed Fulham from the rest of the candidates. So, it’s going to be a tight race.

The relegation battle

There is a big fight for survival at the bottom of the table. Everton, Bournemouth, and Southampton find themselves at the bottom of the table with a few matches remaining. Here is what to expect from the relegation battle:


Everton has underperformed this season, considering the club signed a multi-million deal earlier this season. The Toffees welcomed the sponsorship of, hoping to improve on last season’s poor run.

However, not much changed on the pitch, even after hiring the services of Frank Lampard. The English manager’s inability to steady the ship cost him the job at Goodison Park. Sean Dyche replaced his compatriot, with his main task being to keep Everton in the PL for next season.

Recent results suggest that the Toffees have a 38% chance of going down. Dyche and his squad must ensure that Everton doesn’t join Watford, another Stake-sponsored club, in the Championship.

Bournemouth has spent the better part of this campaign at the bottom of the table. Things don’t look good at the Vitality stadium, with the team managing only one win in five matches. The Cherries have the highest chance, 75%, of falling below the red line at the end of the season.

The Saints have been a regular presence in the PL since the league’s inception in 1992. They’ve dropped to the Championship only once, in 2005, where they spent seven seasons. Southampton returned to the PL in 2012 and has been an exciting team to watch.

However, this season is one to forget for everyone at St. Mary’s. The team currently sit bottom of the table, four points from safety. They’re the second favourites (69%) to play in the lower league in the next campaign.

Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leicester City, West Ham United, and Leeds United are other teams worth mentioning. Although they’re not in the bottom three, they aren’t safe. Leicester and Wolves are only three points from the drop zone. West Ham and Leeds are the closest to the red line, with two points and one point separating them from Everton, respectively.


The competitiveness of the Premier League adds to the excitement enjoyed by fans. This season is one of the most unpredictable campaigns at both ends of the table.

The Gunners lead the way but aren’t as relaxed as a few months ago, with Manchester City breathing down their necks. Manchester United are also in contention for the league title, thanks to Ten Hag’s masterclass.

The race for European spots and the relegation battle is also heated. It remains to be seen what the rest of the campaign has in store for the fans..…CONTINUE READING

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