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Premier League Winner Odds

Track the development of Premier League winner odds with our historical trend data. Get the latest odds and see who the bookies rank as favourites to become 2021-22 Premier League champions.

Our Premier League odds page offers the latest odds and a detailed odds history, showing how each participant’s chances have been rated by the bookies since pre-season.

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Premier League 2021/22 Winner – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:

  • 12th April – A Premier League classic between first and second ends in stalemate as City keep the Reds at arms length, maintaining their one-point advantage at the top of the table.
  • 5th April – The Reds keep the pressure on Guardiola’s men as they beat Watford 2-0 at Anfield. Later that afternoon, City keep Liverpool at arms length – for now, beating Burnley 2-0 at Turf Moor.
  • 21st March – Liverpool reduce the gap at the top to just one point by beating Arsenal 2-0 at The Emirates.
  • 14th March – Liverpool keep the pressure on City by winning once again, this time against a Brighton side winless in 10 games.
  • 7th March – City maintain their six-point lead over Liverpool as they beat Manchester United convincingly in the derby. Liverpool still have a game in hand, however, and beat West Ham 1-0 at Anfield.
  • 28th February – City edge past Everton in a controversial 1-0 win while Liverpool keep the pressure on the Citizens by beating Leeds 6-0.
  • 21st February – Manchester City’s odds drop suddenly after they are beaten at home 3-2 by Tottenham. Liverpool close the gap as they beat Norwich.
  • 14th February – City and Liverpool win both their games following their FA Cup fixtures, but the gap between the two favourites remains large, with Guardiola’s men nine points ahead of Liverpool. The Reds do have a game in hand, however.
  • 25th January – City drop points in the league for the first time in 12 games after they draw to Southampton on the south coast. Liverpool close the gap between the top two to just nine points with a game in hand.
  • 18th January – City effectively dump Chelsea out of the title race by beating them 1-0 at the Etihad. Liverpool keep the pressure on, but from distance, by beating Brentford 3-0.
  • 4th January – Liverpool and Chelsea both drop points as the two sides draw 2-2. Manchester City win again, this time at Arsenal, opening up a ten-point gap between first and second.
  • 30th December – Manchester City beat Brentford 1-0 while Liverpool lose to Leicester, leaving a nine point gap between the two sides.
  • 21st December – Chelsea’s poor run of form continues as they drop more points, this time to Wolves. Liverpool also drop points in their 2-2 draw with Spurs, while Manchester City’s 4-0 win over Newcastle shortens their odds considerably.
  • 14th December – Chelsea’s had-fought win over relegation-threatened Leeds United means their odds remain relatively stable as they are unable to overtake a Liverpool side in terrific form.
  • 7th December – A fifth win of the season for Manchester City strengthens their position as favourites, while Liverpool leapfrog Chelsea after beating Wolves 1-0 in extra time. A dramatic 3-2 win for West Ham over Chelsea sees the Blues’ odds continue to lengthen.
  • 30th November – Chelsea’s odds of claiming the title lengthen following their 1-1 draw with Manchester United. Favourites, City, and Liverpool both see their odds shorten as both claim routine wins.
  • 23rd November – City maintain their position as favourites as they beat Everton 3-0. Chelsea’s odds shorten slightly following their 3-0 away win at Leicester.
  • 8th November – City’s odds of claiming the Premier League crown shorten considerably after they beat a sorry Manchester United 2-0 at Old Trafford. Chelsea and Liverpool’s odds both lengthen following the Blues’ draw to Burnley and Reds’ loss to West Ham.
  • 2nd November – Manchester City’s odds plummet after they suffer a shock loss to Crystal Palace. Chelsea overtake Liverpool as second-favourites following their routine 3-0 win away to Newcastle.
  • 26th October – Liverpool overtake Chelsea for the first time all season as they beat Manchester United 5-0 away from home. City remain the outright favourites.
  • 18th October – Very little change in the odds as Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea all win.
  • 4th October – Liverpool slow Man City’s progress as runaway favourites following their entertaining 2-2 draw at Anfield. Chelsea resurrect their form by beating 10-man Southampton 3-1.
  • 27th September – Manchester City’s odds shorten considerably after they beat title-challengers Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea fall away, while Manchester United slide down the rankings as they lose to Aston Villa.
  • 20th September – Chelsea close the gap on Manchester City after their authoritative 3-0 win away to Tottenham. City’s odds lengthen as they are held to a 0-0 draw by Southampton.
  • 13th September – Chelsea continued their blistering start to the season by sweeping Aston Villa aside 3-0 at Stamford Bridge, pushing their odds of title victory up to 28.45%. Reigning champions Manchester City maintain their position as title favourites following their impressive 1-0 win away to Leicester.
  • 31st August – Odds shorten marginally on Manchester City, Manchester United and Spurs after matchday three victories.
  • 27th August – Odds are shortened on Manchester United after they complete the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo.
  • 24th August – Bookies shorten odds on Chelsea after their victory over Arsenal. Odds are lengthened on Manchester United following a draw with Southampton.
  • 17th August – Bookies lengthen odds on Manchester City after their loss against Spurs. Odds shorten on Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United who all win their opening games.

About the data

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.

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Previous Premier League Winners and Top 4 Finishers:

Year Premier League Winner Other Top 4 Teams
Manchester City Man Utd, Liverpool Chelsea
Liverpool Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea
Manchester City Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham
Manchester City Man Utd, Tottenham, Liverpool
Chelsea Tottenham, Man City, Liverpool
Leicester City Arsenal, Tottenham, Man City
Chelsea Man City, Arsenal, Man Utd