With six to seven teams regularly in with a shout of a top-four Premier League place, the fight for Champions League qualification has never been so competitive. We’ve gathered the latest odds and a detailed odds history, showing how bookies have rated each top ten team’s chances of qualifying for European football’s top table.
We also track the following betting markets – take a look to see current odds and trends over time:
- Ballon d’Or Odds
- Premier League Winner Odds 2022/23
- Premier League Relegation Odds 2022/23
- Premier League Golden Boot Odds 2022/23
- 2022 World Cup Winner Odds
2022/2023 Premier League Top Four Race – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:
- 16th May 2023 – Liverpool just keep on winning and are now just a point behind both Newcastle and Man United, but have played one more game. It looks as if they timed their charge to fourth just a touch too late and will have to settle for fifth, but the race is far from over.
- 9th May 2023 – with Liverpool six wins on the bounce and United spluttering towards the end of the season, the top four race is looking mighty close all of a sudden. Brighton’s drubbing at the hands of Everton means it’s very unlikely that their fantastic season ends with them in the top four.
- 2nd May 2023 – With City and Arsenal already qualified for the Champions League, the bookies have made United and Newcastle massive favourites to join them with four games to go. Liverpool are a long way out but still in with a shot, while Brighton, Spurs and Villa are now really in the race for Europa League.
2023/24 Premier League Top Four Finish – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites (via bet365)
We monitor trends in odds on key markets of interest by tracking a range of UK and international bookmakers. The update frequency varies, but is clearly shown on all our tables and charts. After fetching odds direct from bookies, we convert them to implied probability to make them easier to manage (read more on implied probability and converting from fractional to % probability). We then take the mean average implied probability to get a consensus view across the betting industry. This average implied probability is what we show on our charts and tables.