EPL Title Odds

Premier League Title Odds 2024-25: No Reason City Can't Make It 5 In A Row

Manchester City won the 2023-24 EPL title. It's a record-setting fourth title in as many years. Congrats to them on making history along with their equally historic 115 FFP charges. What a run. 

We're going to do like most people and skip past City's championship celebration and move on to other things. Like the odds for the 2024-25 EPL title, where...sigh...Manchester City leads the oddsboard by a healthy margin.

Who has the best odds of winning the Premier League Title?

Odds to Win 2024-25 English Premier League
Manchester City-140
Manchester United+2500
Aston Villa+6500
West Ham+13000
Crystal Palace+20000
Nottingham Forest+50000

Odds as of May 22

Premier League Title Odds Favorites: Manchester City

They've won four in a row, Pep Guardiola will still be in charge for 24-25 and they've still got a bajillion dollars to buy whomever they want. 

Why would we doubt City's ability to win a fifth trophy? Arsenal seems like the only real threat to unseat them but with 89 points this year, the Gunners had their second-best season in club history (only the 02-03 invincible were better at 90 points) and yet still fell two points short of the title.

City are, rightfully, -140 favs for the 24-25 titles. 

The only way I see City losing out on the title (before seeing what happens in the transfer market) is if the FA actually does something about those FFP charges. Of course, that's all but a pipe dream.

Premier League Title Odds Value Pick: Arsenal

Arsenal had an outstanding season and in any other year, they probably win the title. Just look at where they ranked in a number of important categories:

  • Goals: 91 (2nd)
  • Goals Against: 29 (1st)
  • xG Differential: +48.2 (1st)
  • Points Per Match (Home): 2.47 (1st)
  • Points Per Match (Away): 2.32 (1st)

No matter the way you look at it Arsenal was a contender last season. A shock 2-0 loss to West Ham (where Arsenal held a +1.3 xG) is likely to blame for missing out. Or losing to Villa twice.

Mikel Arteta still has an impressive squad of hyper-talented youngsters like Bukayo Saka, captain Martin Odegaard, Gabriel Martinelli and William Saliba. All are no older than 24. These young men will only get better and have been knocking on the door for the past two seasons.

At some point all this knocking on the door will result in a championship.

Premier League Title Odds Value Pick: Chelsea

Winning their last five games vaulted Chelsea from eighth in the table to sixth. A massive achievement considering they were 13th on Matchday 17 after losing 2-0 to Everton.

Like Arsenal, Chelsea has a very young squad of talented players. If they can hire the right manager, they might be able to win a title. They're one of only four sides to win the title in the last 10 years after all.

Chelsea's Next Manager Odds

Let's spare a thought on who will replace Mauricio Pochettino who left by mutual consent.

Chelsea Next Manager Odds
Kieran McKenna+320
Roberto De Zerbi+500
Enzo Maresca+550
Ruben Amorim+1000
Thomas Frank+1200


The favorite, McKenna, took Ipswich up from League 1 to the Premier League in back-to-back seasons so you can see why Chelsea want him. The same goes for De Zerbi who had an exceptional spell at Brighton before it all came crashing down this season. Both are the hottest commodities in English coaching.

Last 10 Premier League Winners

English Premier League Winners and opening odds
SeasonTeamOpening Odds
2023-24Manchester City-150
2022-23Manchester City-140
2021-22Manchester City-145
2020-21Manchester City-143
2018-19Manchester City-150
2017-18Manchester City+175
2015-16Leicester City+500000
2013-14Manchester City+220

Very few teams over the previous 10 years have won the Premier League title with odds below +300 right before the season began. Only Chelsea in 2016-17 and Leicester in 2015-16 did so.

No, that’s not a typo. Leicester City was a long shot to win the Premier League in 2015-16. It seemed impossible that the Foxes, who were in a relegation scrap the previous season, could win a title the next year.

Clubs With The Most Premier League Titles

Most Premier League Titles
ClubPremier League Titles
Manchester United13
Manchester City8
Blackburn Rovers1
Leicester City1

Sir Alex Ferguson had a mission to knock Liverpool off its perch as the winningest club in English football. And he succeeded in dominating the game with Manchester United and pushing them to 29 titles. Neighbors City has a long way to go in matching Sir Alex's return, but they're making a dent.

Blackburn and Leicester are the only sides to win the Premier League and be relegated.

What Is A Premier League Futures Bet?

A futures bet is made in advance of an event. In this case, you’re looking at the odds to win the Premier League. It can be said that all bets are made on future events. Except, in this case, you can bet weeks or even months beforehand.

If you see EPL odds you like, jump on them quickly. The lines will shift as more games are played and injuries occur. To get more value on a winning bet, try to get a club at plus money (+). This isn’t to say you shouldn’t take a team at minus money (-), but you won’t get as big a payout as you would with a winning underdog.

Premier League Odds FAQ

Who got promoted to the Premier League?

The three promoted sides from the Championship were:

  • Burnley
  • Sheffield United
  • Luton Town

Who won the Premier League last year?

Manchester City won their third Premier League in three years after overcoming an eight-point deficit to Arsenal late in the year. 

Who is favored to win the Premier League?

Manchester City are the current favorites to win the Premier League. Man City's odds to win a fourth consecutive Premier League is at -110.

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