2019 English Premier League Odds Tracker
- Manchester City won the EPL last season and are looking to repeat. Track their odds of lifting the trophy in back-to-back years
- Follow the odds for other top English clubs, including the Top 4 and Top 6 contending for Champions League
- Track which teams have the worst odds to win the title and could be facing relegation
The EPL season has kicked off on August 10th, 2018 and the defending champions Manchester City are looking to keep their crown. After a historic season that saw the Cityzens hit the century mark in points and finish 29 points above second place Manchester United, it’s no wonder they opened up as favorites to repeat.
The graph below is generated by calculating the average odds from several of our most trusted sportsbooks.
2019 Premier League Odds
Man City opened with average odds of -180 to win the title. Winning in back-to-back seasons would be a feat not accomplished since United won three years in a row from 2006-07 to 2008-09.
2019 Premier League Odds at Bovada
|Team||Odds to Win Outright at Bovada (12/27/18)|
06/05/18 Update: After City, the next closest contenders are Liverpool +450, Man U +650 and Chelsea +1200. Liverpool made transfer market headlines by spending big and bolstering their squad with the additions of goalkeeper Allison and midfielders Fabinho, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri.
08/14/18 Update: Liverpool’s 4-0 win saw their odds shorten to an average of +320. Man U pulled out a last second win over Leicester, but their odds dropped to an average of +1100 with their victory being nowhere near as convincing as the other top contenders in the league.
06/05/18 Update: Rounding out the odds for the big six clubs in England are Tottenham (+1500) and Arsenal (+2300).
Spurs finished third last season and return their entire roster as well as Manager Mauricio Pochettino, who returns on a five-year contract. All that familiarity could result in improvement, or it could just mean more of the same and another third place finish.
Arsenal, on the other hand, have a new manager for the first time in 22 years in Unai Emery. The Gunners have Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for a full season, while adding several other key pieces to their squad as well.
Other Notable Line Movements
06/05/18 Update: Making note of a team that opened up at average odds of +25000 may seem silly, but not when you consider that team is a newly promoted squad. While Wolverhampton’s long odds may seem like a stretch, consider that they are actually on average the eighth-favored team to lift the trophy. That is both impressive for a promoted club and an indictment of how far off the rest of the league is from the top six clubs.
Wolves dominated the Championship last year and made several key signings in the offseason including Portugal’s number one keeper Rui Patricio, the most-capped man in Portuguese history in Joao Moutinho, and Mexican international Raul Jimenez.
Clubs with the Most League Titles
No club has had more success in the EPL than Manchester United, which has won 13 Premier League titles since 1992. The Red Devils have also won 20 League titles, 12 FA Cups, and 5 League Cups since their formation in 1878.
Past Premier League Champions
Manchester United won four of the first five Premier League titles, beginning in 1993. Their last championship came in 2013.
Premier League Relegation Candidates
06/05/18 Update: Just as there is a clear favorite to win the title, there is also a clear favorite to not win the title. The owners of that distinction are the newly promoted Cardiff City at average odds of +150000. The Bluebirds finished second in the Championship last season but made zero impactful signings in the offseason. Cardiff should struggle this year with no EPL experienced players on their roster.
08/15/18 Update: Of the longest shots to win the title, only Huddersfield saw their odds stretch to an average of +110000 after the hammering they took at home to Chelsea in Week 1.