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Written: 11th August 2021

2021/2022 Premier League Betting Preview

As we head into August, that can only mean one thing for football fans - the Premier League is back. Won in the 2020/2021 season by Manchester City, who clawed their title back from Liverpool, it will be a brand new era for football as we see fans returning to stadiums at full capacity for the first time since 2019.

With 380 games on offer for fans of every club throughout the season here at 21.co.uk, we’ve taken a look at which teams could be title contenders and who will find themselves lodged in a relegation battle at the foot of the table. Not only that, there will be European Football to play for and the chance to beat local rivals.

Here at 21.co.uk, we’ll have all premier league betting odds available for every game. We’ll also have all football betting markets from all other leagues across the UK, including the Championship and across Europe with La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga. Not only that, we’ll have Premier League betting tips for all of the big games across the season.

2020/21 Season Look Back

Not starting on the original date due to the covid pandemic, the 2020/21 Premier League season began on September 12th. Four teams occupied the top spot in the opening months, and three points separated the top six teams. However, by Christmas, it was Liverpool who’d broken away from the pack with five points needed if they were to be caught. Step up Manchester City, who never shy away from a challenge and who stormed to the top spot by the end of January, and we’re never caught, winning the league with three games to spare.

At the bottom end of the table, Sheffield United were first to succumb to relegation, sealing their fate of a season of championship football back in April with West Brom and Fulham quickly following suit.

2021/22 Premier League Season

As we look ahead to the start of the new season, it seems as though there is all to play for, especially as teams have yet to take full advantage of the transfer window. This could be to do with the Euros, and the fact players have also gone to the Olympics. However, we are beginning to see some movement regarding who’ll be playing in a new shirt next season.

It hasn’t gone unnoticed that Manchester City have so far failed to fill the void left by Sergio Aguero in their strikeforce. However, they’ve just splashed the cash on by bringing Jack Grealish to the Etihad, and we’re sure he won’t be Pep’s last signing. Across town, Manchester United have also been splashing the cash landing Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund. In London, Arsenal have also managed to secure the signing of Ben White from Brighton.

Elsewhere, Chelsea only signing is backup goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli. Erling Haaland was on their radar but it looks like Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku will be joining the club after the season begins.

Bet On the Premier League Winner

So let's get down to business as we look at the Premier League betting odds for the team who could potentially lift the trophy. Once again, the Man City to win the Premier League odds set them far ahead of their rivals, with the betting markets making City 7/10 to carry on their fantastic vein of form. Chelsea and Liverpool are next in the betting markets, sitting at 5/1 alongside Manchester United at 13/2. However, if you're looking for one of the teams outside the top six to possibly cause an upset, then Leicester City have odds of 50/1.

Bet on Manchester City to win the Premier League

Premier League Relegation Odds

Just like some teams will spend the majority of the season at the top, there will also be those who'll be stuck to the bottom of the table. Favourites in the betting markets are newly promoted Norwich and Brentford, with odds of evens to bounce straight back down to the Championship. Brentford are next in the relegation betting markets at 6/5, followed by Crystal Palace and Burnley. That said, it isn't always as simple as which team has just been promoted and following the most recent performances from Newcastle (11/4) and Brighton (7/1), there is definitely value in those bets.

Bet on Brentford to be Relegated

Premier League Top Scorer Odds

It's all about scoring goals if you want to reach the top of the Premier League table, and last season it was Spurs star Harry Kane who took the accolade. Favourite at 7/2 to win the golden boot once again; we think he'll have stiff competition if Mo Salah and Sadio Mane can find their scoring boots for Liverpool. Elsewhere in the betting markets, Timo Werner sits at odds of 18/1 and Jamie Vardy, who is at odds of 25/1.

Bet on the Premier League Top Scorer

Premier League Manager Sacked Odds

It is always one of the most-watched betting markets following the results in the early part of the season, the odds on which Premier League manager will vacate their post. Topping the betting markets is Newcastle Manager Steve Bruce at odds of 5/1, and with many Newcastle fans noticing a lack of a new player arriving at the club, we suspect those odds will shorten if that continues. Patrick Vieira is next on the list as the new manager of Crystal Palace at odds of 6/1. Still, there is value further down the betting markets, with Rafael Benitez (Everton) at odds of 11/1 and Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) at odds of 12/1.

Bet on the first manager to be sacked

Bet on the top team in your area

As well as outright winners of the Premier League, here at 21.co.uk, we also offer specific betting markets for the different areas of the country that house a myriad of Premier League teams, so whether you're in London or the North West, you'll be able to select the team of your choice.

PFA Player of the Year Betting

Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne has won this accolade for the past two seasons despite suffering injuries, and with the Belgian possibly looking for a hat trick of wins, he's odds of 5/1 to do it once again. Next in the market is Harry Kane and Jack Grealish, who will be looking to have a big impact at his new club. But the player that catches our eye is youngster Phil Foden, priced at 16/1 to win the prize and add to his PFA young player of the year from the 2020/21 season.

Bet on Phil Foden to win player of the year

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2021/2022 Premier League Betting Preview

As we head into August, that can only mean one thing for football fans - the Premier League is back. Won in the 2020/2021 season by Manchester City, who clawed their title back from Liverpool, it will be a brand new era for football as we see fans returning to stadiums at full capacity for the first time since 2019.

With 380 games on offer for fans of every club throughout the season here at 21.co.uk, we’ve taken a look at which teams could be title contenders and who will find themselves lodged in a relegation battle at the foot of the table. Not only that, there will be European Football to play for and the chance to beat local rivals.

Here at 21.co.uk, we’ll have all premier league betting odds available for every game. We’ll also have all football betting markets from all other leagues across the UK, including the Championship and across Europe with La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga. Not only that, we’ll have Premier League betting tips for all of the big games across the season.

2020/21 Season Look Back

Not starting on the original date due to the covid pandemic, the 2020/21 Premier League season began on September 12th. Four teams occupied the top spot in the opening months, and three points separated the top six teams. However, by Christmas, it was Liverpool who’d broken away from the pack with five points needed if they were to be caught. Step up Manchester City, who never shy away from a challenge and who stormed to the top spot by the end of January, and we’re never caught, winning the league with three games to spare.

At the bottom end of the table, Sheffield United were first to succumb to relegation, sealing their fate of a season of championship football back in April with West Brom and Fulham quickly following suit.

2021/22 Premier League Season

As we look ahead to the start of the new season, it seems as though there is all to play for, especially as teams have yet to take full advantage of the transfer window. This could be to do with the Euros, and the fact players have also gone to the Olympics. However, we are beginning to see some movement regarding who’ll be playing in a new shirt next season.

It hasn’t gone unnoticed that Manchester City have so far failed to fill the void left by Sergio Aguero in their strikeforce. However, they’ve just splashed the cash on by bringing Jack Grealish to the Etihad, and we’re sure he won’t be Pep’s last signing. Across town, Manchester United have also been splashing the cash landing Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund. In London, Arsenal have also managed to secure the signing of Ben White from Brighton.

Elsewhere, Chelsea only signing is backup goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli. Erling Haaland was on their radar but it looks like Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku will be joining the club after the season begins.

Bet On the Premier League Winner

So let's get down to business as we look at the Premier League betting odds for the team who could potentially lift the trophy. Once again, the Man City to win the Premier League odds set them far ahead of their rivals, with the betting markets making City 7/10 to carry on their fantastic vein of form. Chelsea and Liverpool are next in the betting markets, sitting at 5/1 alongside Manchester United at 13/2. However, if you're looking for one of the teams outside the top six to possibly cause an upset, then Leicester City have odds of 50/1.

Bet on Manchester City to win the Premier League

Premier League Relegation Odds

Just like some teams will spend the majority of the season at the top, there will also be those who'll be stuck to the bottom of the table. Favourites in the betting markets are newly promoted Norwich and Brentford, with odds of evens to bounce straight back down to the Championship. Brentford are next in the relegation betting markets at 6/5, followed by Crystal Palace and Burnley. That said, it isn't always as simple as which team has just been promoted and following the most recent performances from Newcastle (11/4) and Brighton (7/1), there is definitely value in those bets.

Bet on Brentford to be Relegated

Premier League Top Scorer Odds

It's all about scoring goals if you want to reach the top of the Premier League table, and last season it was Spurs star Harry Kane who took the accolade. Favourite at 7/2 to win the golden boot once again; we think he'll have stiff competition if Mo Salah and Sadio Mane can find their scoring boots for Liverpool. Elsewhere in the betting markets, Timo Werner sits at odds of 18/1 and Jamie Vardy, who is at odds of 25/1.

Bet on the Premier League Top Scorer

Premier League Manager Sacked Odds

It is always one of the most-watched betting markets following the results in the early part of the season, the odds on which Premier League manager will vacate their post. Topping the betting markets is Newcastle Manager Steve Bruce at odds of 5/1, and with many Newcastle fans noticing a lack of a new player arriving at the club, we suspect those odds will shorten if that continues. Patrick Vieira is next on the list as the new manager of Crystal Palace at odds of 6/1. Still, there is value further down the betting markets, with Rafael Benitez (Everton) at odds of 11/1 and Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) at odds of 12/1.

Bet on the first manager to be sacked

Bet on the top team in your area

As well as outright winners of the Premier League, here at 21.co.uk, we also offer specific betting markets for the different areas of the country that house a myriad of Premier League teams, so whether you're in London or the North West, you'll be able to select the team of your choice.

PFA Player of the Year Betting

Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne has won this accolade for the past two seasons despite suffering injuries, and with the Belgian possibly looking for a hat trick of wins, he's odds of 5/1 to do it once again. Next in the market is Harry Kane and Jack Grealish, who will be looking to have a big impact at his new club. But the player that catches our eye is youngster Phil Foden, priced at 16/1 to win the prize and add to his PFA young player of the year from the 2020/21 season.

Bet on Phil Foden to win player of the year

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All odds from 21’s online sportsbook are correct at time of writing.

If you are placing a bet on the Premier League please gamble responsibly. Players must be 18+. begambleaware.org

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