Premier League 2023/24 betting odds

The 2023/24 Premier League season has sparked anticipation among football enthusiasts and bettors alike, with bookmakers and online gambling sites like Nomini releasing their betting odds for the upcoming campaign.

As fans eagerly await the return of English top-flight football, the betting odds offer insights into the favorites, underdogs and potential surprises that could unfold throughout the season.

Manchester City hit a formidable run of form in the second half of the 2022/23 campaign, leaving long-standing pacesetters Arsenal five points behind en route to winning a third consecutive league title.

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Fresh from a treble-winning season, Pep Guardiola’s men are again odds-on favourites with Nomini and other bookmakers to continue their domestic supremacy, with some gambling platforms pricing them as low as 8/13 to lift a fifth league crown in six years.

With Premier League record-breaker Erling Haaland leading the line and Kevin De Bruyne tasked with creating chances, the Cityzens netted a mind-blowing 94 goals last term. Guardiola’s attacking-minded football philosophy didn’t come at the expense of Man City’s defensive game, as they conceded a joint-low 33, confirming their overall domination.

Therefore, it’s unsurprising they’re the bookmakers’ first pick, but they’re unlikely to reach the podium uncontested, especially with Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool lurking in the shadows.

Mikel Arteta’s team long seemed to be in the driver’s seat to win the trophy last season before a shortage of reliable options on the bench took the wind out of their sails down the final stretch.

If the Spaniard can address those problems in the summer transfer window, Arsenal could defy the 15/2  odds next season and finally break a two-decade title drought in the Premier League.

Given the same chances for success as the Gunners by Nominiand other bookmakers, Liverpool, who cannot forget last season soon enough, will have a huge motive to dethrone Man City in 2023/24. Jurgen Klopp’s side missed out on Champions League qualification for the first time since 2015/16, and as such, they brace themselves for a comprehensive squad overhaul this summer.

Man Utd may not undergo such drastic changes. Yet manager Erik ten Hag is hellbent on strengthening his ranks after helping the Red Devils return to Europe’s elite club competition in his first season.

Despite coming into the new season as only fourth-favourites at 17/2, United’s desperate desire to win the Premier League for the first time since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure in 2013 could be a powerful incentive.

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Last season’s surprise package Newcastle United lag slightly behind the Old Trafford outfit, having been given 12/1 by bookmakers including Nomini to build on a first top-four finish in over 20 years and conquer the competition.

As for the relegation battle, Premier League debutants Luton Town are the front-running candidates to make a swift return to the Championship.

Fellow newcomers Burnley and Sheffield United share the unwanted stage with the play-off winners, with the identical odds to those illustrating Luton’s slim survival chances suggesting a high probability of them quickly dropping back to the second tier.

The bookies put Bournemouth in the same group, even though the Cherries exceeded expectations in 2022/23, sealing top-flight survival with four games to spare.

Other potential season-long relegation contenders are Nottingham Forest, Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers, all of which spent most of last season fighting in the lower reaches.

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