Soccer Best Bets: 2022 Premier League Futures

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Soccer Best Bets: 2022 Premier League Futures

As the Premier League enters the final quarter of the 2021/2022 season, it remains a two-way race at the top of the table, with Manchester City closing out the month of February with a six-point lead over second-place Liverpool FC. That edge is reflected on the current premier League championship odds at Bet99, where City continue to lead the way as 1.25 favourites The Reds follow as a 3.75 bet, well ahead of Chelsea FC, who have tumbled to a distant 13.00 wager. But while the suspense has quickly evaporated from the race for the top of the table, plenty of betting options remain as the EPL campaign enters the home stretch.

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Premier League Championship OddsBet99
Manchester City1.25
Liverpool FC3.75
Chelsea FC130.00
Arsenal FC800.00
Manchester United900.00
Tottenham Hotspur1000.00
West Ham United2500.00
Wolverhampton Wanderers3000.00
Brighton & Hove Albion4000.00
Crystal Palace4000.00
Aston Villa4000.00
Leicester City4000.00
Southampton FC4000.00

Can Liverpool Close the Gap?

Liverpool are likely to need a lot of help if they are to topple Manchester City from their firm position atop the EPL table. With this past week’s 6-0 rout of Leeds United, the Reds extended their current win streak in league play to six games. But despite that dominance, they continue to trail in second place. The club has managed to maintain winning ways despite some recent hardship, most notably the absence of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, who briefly left the club in January to play for their respective countries in the Africa Cup of Nations. The Reds managed to remain undefeated in the superstar duo’s absence, and has certainly benefitted from their recent return, with the two combining to score six total goals over the past two matches.

The question remains, is there enough time left for Liverpool to overtake City in the standings. The short answer is yes. However, with their upcoming schedule featuring dates with opponents bidding for sports above the line, the Reds’ season likely rides on their play over the next month. Among Liverpool’s upcoming adversaries are West Ham, Arsenal, Brighton, and Manchester United, all of whom they have failed to beat at some point in time this season. And each of those contests come before a showdown with City at Etihad Stadium on April 10.

The upside for Liverpool comes down the stretch, with their final league matches coming against opponents currently pegged well below the line. The Reds also hold one game in hand on City. But is the expectation of a collapse by the defending champions realistic? Well, the Citizens are coming off a disappointing week that started with a stunning 3-2 loss to Tottenham, and wrapped up with a narrow 1-0 win over Everton on Saturday. Indeed, it has taken just six weeks for City to see its lead over the Reds diminished by nine points. That alone makes Liverpool worthy of a value wager to complete the epic comeback.

The Pick: Liverpool to win Premier League (3.75) at Bet99


Arsenal to win EPL w/o Top Six

Red-hot Arsenal’s favorable schedule make them worthy of a bet to win the Premier league without the top six



Opportunity Knocks for Arsenal

While the top of the table may be out of reach for Arsenal FC, it is tough to overlook their steady recent play, and the value they offer elsewhere on the Premier League futures. Currently riding a four-match unbeaten streak in league play, capped by Thursday’s thrilling 2-1 comeback win over Wolves, the Gunners are now deadlocked at 45 points with fifth-place West Ham, just two points back of Manchester United.

In addition to having played just 24 matches to date, Arsenal’s remaining schedule features eight dates with opponents out of contention, as well as six contests on home turf, where they have lost just once in league play since August. Indeed, not only are the Gunners worth jumping on as a short 1.80 wager to crack the top four, they are worthy of consideration as a lengthy 35.00 bet to win the Premier League without the top six.

The Pick: Arsenal to finish top four (1.80) at Bet99