England Premier League Betting Odds Comparison

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Saturday 22/09
2.553.573.04All Odds
Saturday 22/09
2.183.434.00All Odds
Saturday 22/09
1.633.916.63All Odds
Saturday 22/09
1.217.5018.00All Odds
Saturday 22/09
1.604.296.65All Odds
Saturday 22/09
3.003.412.63All Odds
Saturday 22/09
21.708.501.17All Odds
Saturday 22/09
4.873.901.80All Odds
Sunday 23/09
6.474.551.62All Odds
Sunday 23/09
1.485.007.04All Odds
Saturday 29/09
5.193.991.73All Odds
Saturday 29/09
1.425.258.07All Odds
Saturday 29/09
1.884.044.20All Odds
Saturday 29/09
8.504.501.47All Odds
Saturday 29/09
1.1012.5736.00All Odds
Saturday 29/09
2.633.312.90All Odds
Saturday 29/09
1.953.474.58All Odds
Saturday 29/09
2.703.702.60All Odds
Sunday 30/09
2.623.103.12All Odds
Monday 01/10
2.253.633.24All Odds
Friday 05/10
2.503.103.10All Odds
Saturday 06/10
2.303.253.40All Odds
Saturday 06/10
2.353.103.30All Odds
Saturday 06/10
2.203.303.50All Odds
Saturday 06/10
1.158.0017.00All Odds
Saturday 06/10
2.003.104.33All Odds
Saturday 06/10
1.345.0010.50All Odds
Sunday 07/10
4.753.751.75All Odds
Sunday 07/10
6.754.001.53All Odds
Sunday 07/10
2.653.402.65All Odds
Premier League Table
TeamPWDLGPts
1. Chelsea550014 - 415
2. Liverpool550011 - 215
3. Man City541014 - 313
4. Watford540110 - 512
5. Bournemouth531110 - 710
6. Tottenham530210 - 69
7. Arsenal530210 - 99
8. Manchester Utd53028 - 89
9. Wolves52215 - 58
10. Leicester City52038 - 96
11. Everton51318 - 96
12. Crystal Palace52034 - 66
13. Southampton51226 - 65
14. Brighton51227 - 95
15. Fulham51137 - 124
16. West Ham51045 - 113
17. Cardiff City50233 - 92
18. Huddersfield50232 - 112
19. Newcastle50144 - 81
20. Burnley50143 - 101

22-23/09 - EPL Odds Comparison

Fulham v Watford – Watford to Win

Watford lost their 100% record last time out when they narrowly lost to Manchester United and it will be interesting to see how they bounce back. They are eight points clear of the Cottagers and yet it is the home side who are favourites here, available on our odds comparison at 16/11. That looks far too short for a side that has only managed to beat Burnley this term. As such our betting tip here is nice and simple – take a chance on the Hornets at best betting odds of 47/23.

Man United v Wolves – United to Win by One Goal

Some football betting fans may be tempted by odds of 5/1 on Wolves and whilst United don’t offer huge amounts of value at 8/13 we do think the Red Devils will win. They rarely blow sides away though, largely down to Jose Mourinho’s approach and with Wolves a very decent side we fancy a close game at Old Trafford. United have won 2-1 twice this term, including last time out. You can back that at odds of 8/1 but we’re playing it a little safer and opting for them to win by exactly one goal instead.

Brighton v Tottenham – Brighton +0.5

Whilst Spurs are some eight places higher up the Premier League table than their hosts, it is arguably Brighton who will be more satisfied right now. Tottenham have already lost two games, whilst the Seagulls sit 14th, a position they would be more than happy to retain come May. Brighton’s home form was so crucial to their survival last term and with the visitors away at Inter Milan in midweek, we fancy Chris Hughton’s men can get a result here. Spurs are too short at odds-on so we take Brighton +0.5 instead.

West Ham v Chelsea – West Ham +0.5

Opposing short-priced favourites away from home is a popular tactic for experienced football bettors and that’s our call here. Chelsea have won all five league games thus far but have not always convinced and with the Hammers improving we think they can use home advantage and the nature of their rivalry with the Blues to eke out a result. Chelsea, like Spurs, face a European game prior to this. They won’t get back from Greece until the early hours of Friday and best betting odds of just 8/15 are far too short in a game where the Hammers can nick a result.

Arsenal v Everton – Draw

Arsenal are also involved in Thursday night Europa League action, playing at home against minnows Vorskla. They should be able to rest their big stars there and many will feel they can beat a stuttering Everton side. However, the Toffees will welcome back Richarlison from suspension plus one or two more from injuries and we fancy the draw is the value bet here at 4/1 on our odds comparison. The Blues were unlucky to lose against West Ham and with the Gunners far from secure at the back, Richarlison and co should get plenty of joy going forwards in what should be an entertaining clash.

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Tottenham v Liverpool – Liverpool to Edge a Tight Encounter

Liverpool had to hang on a bit in the closing stages of their win over Leicester last time out. They say it’s the mark of good teams to be able to win when not playing well but there is no doubt Liverpool will need to play well to beat Spurs who are still smarting from their first defeat of the campaign against Watford.

The main worry for Spurs fans was the way that their team failed to live with Watford’s high energy approach. Liverpool will press, harry and use the ball very quickly at Wembley and their individual quality could well see them make it five wins in a row at 29/20.

Betting Tip: Liverpool to Win

Watford v Man United – United to Stand Up to Watford’s Intensity

Watford are one of just three teams to win all four of their Premier League matches so far this season. That looked as unlikely at the start of the season as it did when the Hornets found themselves 1-0 down against Tottenham at Vicarage Road last time out. Javi Gracia’s men refused to roll over though. They increased the intensity and Spurs eventually cracked under the pressure.

Watford will look to do something similar against a Man United team who look more than a little fragile. However, this is a big chance for Jose Mourinho and his under-fire players to prove that they have the stomach for the fight. Watford will have their moments but United can stand firm and use their attacking quality to secure the win. That makes the Red Devils to win 2-1 in the correct score market tempting at 17/2.

Betting Tip: Man Utd to win 2-1 Correct Score

Wolves v Burnley – Refreshed Clarets Can Revert to Type

Nobody involved with Burnley enjoyed the recent Europa League qualifying tie with Olympiakos. The two legs were marred by crowd trouble, questionable refereeing decisions and frustrating tactics from the Greek side. Although Burnley had nothing to show for their efforts, failure to qualify for the Europa League should at least help their league form.

The Clarets were clearly struggling with the Thursday-Sunday schedule. Freed of that burden, Sean Dyche will believe his players can get back to the sort of effective football and organisation that made them so hard to beat last season.

Wolves showed that they have what it takes to grind out wins in the top flight when beating West Ham with a last minute Adama Traore goal two weeks ago. They received more than a little bit of help from the Hammers along the way though and if Burnley tighten up, they can leave the Midlands with a point on Sunday at 13/5.

Betting Tip: The Draw

Everton v West Ham – Familiar Foe to Pile the Pressure on West Ham

West Ham ended last season with a 3-1 win over Everton. That was a rare positive day for the Irons since moving from Upton Park to the London Stadium and in the head to head record between these two teams.

Everton are a real bogey team for West Ham and nobody was surprised to see the Toffees win 4-0 when they met at Goodison Park last season. West Ham arrived on Merseyside in real danger of relegation back in November and although it’s still very early days they are clearly in trouble again as the only team in England’s top five leagues yet to secure a point.

Defensive problems have cost West Ham dearly already and they’re set for more of the same on Sunday. As such the odds of 4/1 you can get on Everton winning and there being over 3.5 goals in the match look well worth taking.

Betting Tip: Everton to Win and Over 3.5 Goals

Southampton v Brighton – Signs of a False Dawn at St Mary’s?

After a poor start to the season, Southampton have won their last two matches in a row. The first win came in the Carabao Cup against Monday night’s opponents Brighton, and the second came in the Premier League at Selhurst Park. Mark Hughes was delighted with his team two weeks ago but should Saints fans continue to be worried?

Chris Hughton won’t be overly concerned about the cup defeat to Southampton as he played a second string team that night. When he watched Saints’ win at Selhurst Park he’ll also be unconcerned as Palace were simply awful. This has the makings of a tough season for Southampton so don’t be surprised if Brighton steal the win by one goal on Monday night at 9/2.

Betting Tip: Brighton to Win By One Goal

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Leicester v Liverpool – Foxes Can End Liverpool’s 100% Start

Liverpool were made to work hard by Brighton for their 1-0 win at Anfield early on Saturday evening. Jurgen Klopp was delighted that his team extended their fine start to the season and made it three wins from three, especially as Man City dropped points, but he made it clear afterwards that there will be tough times ahead.

Klopp is particularly worried about the fitness of his squad following the curtailed summer break. That could be the reason behind the way Liverpool’s levels dropped in the second half against Brighton. The Seagulls couldn’t take advantage at Anfield but Leicester surely will if presented with the same opportunity at the King Power.

Liverpool are worthy favourites for the first game of the weekend but Leicester are a very good side and have enough about them to grab a point at 7/2. If you want to play it safer, consider Leicester/Draw double chance.

Betting Tip: The Draw

Man City v Newcastle – City’s Frustrations Not Good News for Newcastle

Rafa Benitez surprised nobody with the defensive approach he took to Newcastle’s match against Chelsea at the weekend. He was still criticised by some fans and pundits for doing little more than trying to cling onto a point but don’t expect a change in emphasis when the Magpies travel to the Etihad on Saturday afternoon.

Newcastle will put 10 men behind the ball and try to nullify Man City’s attacking intent like they did to Chelsea in the first half at St James’. Unfortunately, Man City are used to breaking down teams who show no attacking intent. They’re also smarting after dropping two points against Wolves last weekend, spelling trouble for Newcastle.

This could be a big win for Man City. The 4-0 correct score is tempting at 8/1 but Man City -2 goals looks a safer play at best betting odds of 10/11.

Betting Tip: Man City -2 Goal Handicap at 10/11

Cardiff v Arsenal – Will Arsenal’s Away Day Blues Continue?

Cardiff were widely tipped to finish bottom of the Premier League at the start of the season. There is no question that the Bluebirds will struggle at times but what Neil Warnock’s men lack in class they make up for in battling spirit. Cardiff have already secured two draws from their opening three matches and you can be sure they’ll give everything to the cause in the search of another positive result against Arsenal on Sunday.

Unai Emery may well be feeling confident about Arsenal’s chances of picking up where they left off after securing their first win of the season last weekend. However, it’s clear that he is still working against some of the bad habits left over from Arsene Wenger’s time at the club. Poor performances away from home have been a major problem in recent years. Don’t be surprised if Cardiff take advantage of Arsenal’s soft underbelly with another point. As you can see in our live odds comparison, the draw is available at odds of 13/4 and that looks overpriced to us.

Betting Tip: The Draw at 13/4

Burnley v Man Utd – Relief in Store for Mourinho

He can say what he wants to the press but Jose Mourinho understands how precarious his position is at Man Utd. That much is clear by the way he repeatedly praised the fans and saluted them before leaving the pitch after Monday night’s damaging 3-0 defeat against Tottenham.

Spurs arrived in Manchester smelling blood and secured the win thanks to some ruthless finishing. Burnley are going to struggle to follow in their footsteps though. Not only do the Clarets lack the quality of Spurs but they’re finding it very tough to perform in the league after their Thursday night Europa League assignments. At 8/13, Man United are fair value to secure a win that will ease Mourinho’s woes.

Betting Tip: Man Utd to Win at 8/13

Watford v Tottenham – Emboldened Spurs to Hammer Home Title Credentials

Watford and Tottenham are two of the four teams to have picked up nine points from their opening three matches of the season. Of the two, Tottenham are obviously much more likely to sustain this run of form long into the season and they have also faced the tougher fixtures thus far.

Yes, Watford have some quality players, but we’ve seen them blow hot and cold before. Spurs, meanwhile, have been one of the best teams in the Premier League for some years now and are showing that they have realistic hopes of laying down a genuine title challenge. Watford’s confidence should see them score but at 9/4 it’s Spurs who look the value to win a game in which both teams find the back of the net.

Betting Tip: Tottenham to Win and Both Teams to Score at 9/4

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Wolves v Manchester City – Citizens to Entertain in Another Win

Pep Guardiola made it very clear to his players that they could not allow complacency to slip in during their Premier League title defence. In fact, Guardiola set out plans in preseason for his team to get even stronger. The wins over Arsenal and Huddersfield suggest the rest of the Premier League should be worried.

Wolves are next in line for the Citizens. The Wanderers have so far found the Premier League tougher than many predicted after winning the Championship in such style last season and are big underdogs for Saturday’s match at Molineux. Wolves do have real quality going forwards though. Couple that with Man City’s frightening attacking power and a bet on the away team to win and there being over 3.5 goals in the game looks generously priced.

Betting Tip: Manchester City to win and over 3.5 goals

Arsenal v West Ham – Emery to Get Off the Mark

If Unai Emery was in any doubt as to the size of the job facing him at Arsenal, the first two matches of his tenure have changed that. Arsenal were overwhelmed at times against both Man City and Chelsea but the Emirates faithful will be expecting much better during Saturday’s London derby against West Ham.

Manuel Pellegrini’s start at West Ham has been even worse. While there are signs of improvement at Arsenal, West Ham were woeful in defeats to Liverpool and Bournemouth. It’s not time to start hitting the panic button yet but West Ham fans know how quickly a poor start can infect an entire campaign.

The Irons do at least have plenty of attacking talent which will dig them out of holes this season. Unfortunately, their defence is in disarray at the moment and they have a terrible record at the Emirates. That makes a bet on Arsenal with a one goal handicap applied look good value at 19/20.

Betting Tip: Arsenal -1 goal

Liverpool v Brighton – Liverpool to Break Down Stubborn Seagulls Resistance

Chris Hughton was scathing of Brighton’s performance against Watford, saying that his team must do much better. As it turns out, Brighton didn’t need to be that much better to beat Manchester United last Sunday as Jose Mourinho’s men all but handed the Seagulls the win on a plate.

That will not be the case at Anfield early on Saturday evening. Liverpool turned in a highly professional performance against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park even if they needed a few refereeing decisions to go their way. Jurgen Klopp’s men are keeping pace at the top of the table and should win again. The Reds will need to be patient against a stubborn Brighton defence though so a bet on the draw/Liverpool selection in the half time/full time market could pay out nicely at handsome betting odds.

Betting Tip: Draw/Liverpool in Half Time/Full Time

Newcastle v Chelsea – Chelsea to Keep Taking Steps Forward

Maurizio Sarri was keen to play down expectations ahead of his first season as Chelsea manager. He stressed that it would take time for his new players to adapt to his methods and that poor results were almost inevitable in the early part of the season. He must, therefore, be delighted that the Blues have begun with two wins.

Chelsea are the favourites to make it nine points from their opening three matches when they travel to St. James’ Park on Sunday. Newcastle have had a sluggish start to put it gently and were involved in an awful match against Cardiff last week. Rafa Benitez’s men will at least be well drilled and could exploit any problems in the Chelsea defence. The Blues should win though so consider backing the Chelsea 2-1 correct score if you fancy a punt at longer odds.

Betting Tip: Chelsea to win 2-1

Manchester United v Tottenham – Spurs to Land Another Blow to Mourinho

Those who predicted that Jose Mourinho would not last until the end of the season as Manchester United manager are feeling increasingly smug. Mourinho’s list of problems is getting ever longer as issues between himself and key players bleed into performances on the pitch.

United were frankly terrible against Brighton last weekend. The Tottenham players (who secured their second win of the season against Fulham) would have been licking their lips watching Man Utd’s performance at the Amex Stadium.

The Spurs squad and management are all pulling in the same direction while United are pulling themselves apart so don’t rule out another chastening result for Mourinho.

Betting Tip: Tottenham/draw double chance

Week 2 - Premier League Betting Tips

Chelsea v Arsenal – Hard-fought Draw Predicted

The biggest game of the Premier League this weekend has to be this London derby between Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge. There have been some top quality, and occasionally hot-headed, encounters between the pair in recent years, and though both sides have new managers, we fancy this could be one to watch.

There were contrasting fortunes for Chelsea and Arsenal last weekend. The Blues posted a comfortable, assured 3-0 victory at Huddersfield, while Unai Emery’s Gunners went down 2-0 at home to champions Manchester City and offered little fight.

Neither result was particularly surprising, but this one is a little trickier to call. Chelsea, as the home side, are the rightful favourites at odds of 4/5 with most top bookies. We think this could be a little short though so soon into Maurizio Sarri’s reign at the Bridge, and though we think Arsenal might not have quite enough to win, backing the stalemate at best betting odds of 3/1 could be the way to go. The Gunners have a good recent record against the Blues, with several games over the past two years ending in draws and 3/1 looks very big.

Betting Tip: Draw

Cardiff City v Newcastle United – Not One for the Neutrals

The opening match of the weekend sees newly promoted Cardiff host Newcastle, with both sides looking to bounce back from opening weekend defeats. Rafael Benitez saw his side go down 2-1 at home to Spurs, while Cardiff began life in the top flight with a disappointing 2-0 loss at Bournemouth.

On paper this could be a close-fought battle, with Newcastle the slight favourites in our odds comparison at 6/4, the home side being priced at 2/1. Given Cardiff’s stoic defensive performances last term in the Championship and Newcastle’s ongoing difficulties in front of goal, we predict this will be a low-scoring affair with perhaps a goal either way deciding it. As such our betting tip is to back under 2.5 goals in the game.

Betting Tip: Under 2.5 goals

Manchester City v Huddersfield – City to Give Terriers the Run-around

If the odds are to be believed, Huddersfield have next to no chance of beating champions Man City at the Etihad on Sunday. Pep Guardiola’s men are priced at odds as short as 1/16 to get the three points, with David Wagner’s side way out at 40s with the likes of Betfred.

Football, as we all know, is a funny old game, but it is funny enough to produce a mighty shock in this match? We think not. The Citizens looked assured in their 2-0 victories over Arsenal last weekend in the Premier League and against Chelsea in the Community Shield a week earlier. Chelsea hammered Huddersfield 3-0 at the Kirklees last time out, and City were a cut above the Blues at Wembley, so we see only one outcome here: a handsome home win.

Betting Tip: Man City to win with -2 handicap

Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester United – Brighton Could Muster a Result

Despite Jose Mourinho’s rather downbeat mood coming into the new Premier League season, Manchester United started the campaign off with a victory against Leicester at Old Trafford last Friday. They were far from fluent in their play at times, but the Red Devils did enough to deserve the three points overall.

Brighton, meanwhile, were on the wrong end of a 2-0 scoreline against Watford after Chris Hughton’s men failed to get going at Vicarage Road. If there aren’t marked improvements from his men in the coming weeks, it could be a long season for Hughton and his staff.

There is reason for optimism for Brighton fans though after the Seagulls beat United in this fixture last season, a narrow 1-0 triumph as recently as May. As such, we think the home side can nick at least a point against a United side who haven’t impressed for some time. Back Brighton in the draw no bet market at decent odds.

Betting Tip: Brighton draw no bet

Crystal Palace v Liverpool – Reds to Cruise to Maximum Points

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool set the pace in the opening weekend of Premier League action with a thumping 4-0 victory over West Ham on Sunday. Despite Palace getting their own win (2-0 at Roy Hodgson’s former club Fulham), we think the visitors will have the attacking nous required to leave Selhurst Park with maximum points.

Taking a punt at a longer odds option for this one, we think backing Liverpool to win 3-0 could pay handsome dividends, and that is our prediction for the Monday night game.

Betting Tip: Liverpool to win 3-0

Manchester United v Leicester City – Red Devils to Open Up with a Win

Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United welcome Claude Puel’s Leicester City to Old Trafford to get the new Premier League season up and running on Friday night. The Red Devils head into their opening match as the clear favourites with the bookies.

United finished runners-up in the Premier League last term, but they were a whopping 19 points behind rivals Man City. Leicester, meanwhile, recovered well after a poor start to finish ninth under Puel. The Foxes will be eyeing up a place in the top six this time around. However, the Red Devils should prevail in this one, so back the hosts to win -1 at 11/8.

Betting Tip: Manchester United to Win -1

Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur – Déjà vu for Spurs at St James’

Tottenham Hotspur begin their Premier League campaign with a trip to St James’ Park to play Newcastle United on Saturday afternoon. Despite being regulars in the top four in recent times, Spurs will have to be at their best to nail down a UEFA Champions League spot this season.

Being the home team, the Magpies will do their utmost to frustrate their visitors. However, the Lilywhites won 2-0 at St James’ in their opening Premier League fixture last season. We fancy more of the same in this one, and the 2-0 Tottenham win is available at the tempting odds of 9/1.

Betting Tip: Tottenham Hotspur to Win 2-0

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton – Close Encounter at Molineux

Wolverhampton Wanderers begin life back in the Premier League with a tough-looking matchup against Marco Silva’s Everton at Molineux in Saturday’s late kick off. Having taken the EFL Championship by storm last year, how will Wolves fare in the Premier League?

The Toffees have a new man at the helm as Silva takes charge of his first competitive game at the weekend. This looks a difficult match for each side, and it could go either way at Molineux. With that in mind, have a punt on both teams to score on Saturday night at 19/20, whilst 2-2 may be worth a small bet at huge odds.

Betting Tip: Both Teams to Score

Liverpool v West Ham United – Reds Too Strong for Hammers

Sunday’s early game comes from Anfield as Liverpool go up against West Ham United. Former Man City manager Manuel Pellegrini is the new man in charge of the Hammers. After spending big over the summer, the Reds have been tipped to be City’s closest title challengers this season.

West Ham have also spent big and improved their squad drastically over the summer months, bringing in the likes of Jack Wilshere, Felipe Anderson and Lukasz Fabianski. However, we can see Pellegrini’s men struggling to contain Liverpool’s deadly attack at Anfield on Sunday. Put some money on Jurgen Klopp’s men to be winning at half time and full time (8/11).

Betting Tip: Liverpool HT/FT

Arsenal v Manchester City – City to Start with Three Points

The standout match of the Premier League weekend is the Arsenal v Man City fixture on Sunday afternoon. The Gunners begin a new era under Unai Emery, while the Citizens start the defence of their crown. They may be on the road, but the champions are the clear favourites to win at the Emirates Stadium.

As the season progresses, it will be fascinating to see how Arsenal get on under Emery. As for City, they will be hoping to become the first team to retain the Premier League title since Man Utd did it under Sir Alex Ferguson in 2009. We fancy Pep Guardiola’s men to come out on top (evens) in London on Sunday.

Betting Tip: Manchester City Win

Often touted as the best football league in the world, there is no doubt that the English Premier League is packed full of excitement, open football and plenty of goals. With a huge global audience, the 20-team top division of English football rarely disappoints as even the smaller sides can beat the best in the land on their day.

Here we give you our pre-season thoughts and predictions on which team will win the Premier League in the 2015-16 season, along with the latest live betting odds comparison and our analysis of the main contenders.

Defending champions Chelsea look well placed to defend their title as their well-balanced side features strength in all areas of the pitch, with world class players right down the spine of the team in the form of Thibaut Courtois, John Terry, Cesc Fabregas, Eden Hazard and Diego Costa, with plenty of others who support them skilfully and energetically. If boss Jose Mourinho dips into the transfer market in the summer (having been linked with Radamel Falcao) we think they will take some stopping this season once again. They are priced at best betting odds of 6/4 with Coral to retain their tile.

Manchester City – who have chosen not to sack manager Manuel Pellegrini despite the rumours – are the second favourites for the Premier League title at 11/4 with Bet365 and others. They finished second behind Chelsea last term but they were some eight points adrift of the champions and rarely looked like catching them in the closing weeks of the season. Defeats on the road to the likes of Burnley, West Ham and Crystal Palace were City’s undoing, and whether they buy big or not in the summer we feel they will fall short again in the new season.

Manchester United are another side who might well fail to mount a real title challenge despite signing new players. Still in a period of transition under Louis van Gaal, the addition of Champions League football next season (assuming they win the play-off to make it into the group stage) could take its toll on the squad. As such we are not tempted by the best betting odds of 11/2 with Ladbrokes for United to become Premier League champions once more.

In our eyes, Arsenal are likely to the team best placed to challenge Chelsea for the title. After their second FA Cup triumph in as many years, and a third-place finish in the league, confidence is high at the Emirates. With some world class players (such as Chilean star Alexis Sanchez) hitting top form and a midfield that is the envy of most sides, the addition of a prolific striker might be the piece of the jigsaw Arsene Wenger needs to win Arsenal’s first title since the 2003-04 season. Our betting tip for Premier League glory is therefore to take Arsenal at betting odds of 5/1 with Ladbrokes.