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The Premier League 2023/24 season began on August 11 and will end on May 19
The campaign will feature 38 rounds of fixtures spread over more than nine months
Manchester City are the defending champions after triumphing in last season’s race
The Premier League 2024 title winner will be determined by the 38 rounds of fixtures staged in England’s top tier between August 11 and May 19.
Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool are among the contenders to win the prize. Neutrals will be hoping for an entertaining race rather than a procession.
Who is likely to come out on top? Check out the odds below, before we explore the Premier League 2024 title winner in more detail.
Manchester City are seeking to become the first team in the history of English soccer to win the Premier League title four seasons in a row. That would be a huge achievement and the best online sportsbooks have them down as favorites even though City are not currently top of the table.
Pep Guardiola’s side have collected more points than any other team in the division since the turn of the year. City had a wobble towards the end of 2023, but they look to have got their mojo back of late.
Unusually, City have neither the best attacking or defensive record in the league, but their title-winning experience could be key as the finish line comes into sight. City are at the top of the betting charts for good reason.
Liverpool did not play at the weekend as they faced Chelsea in the EFL Cup final, but they remain at the summit of the standings. The Reds have been playing some fine football of late, scoring four goals against five of their last seven opponents.
Jurgen Klopp is leaving at the end of the campaign and the Liverpool players will be determined to give him the best possible send-off by winning the title. Klopp’s side have scored more goals than any other team in the division, putting the ball in the net 63 times.
Liverpool have a formidable home record and the outcome of their matches at Anfield could go a long way to determining how their season ends.
Arsenal are flying right now. After back-to-back defeats by West Ham United and Fulham at the end of 2023, the Gunners have won six games on the bounce by an aggregate scoreline of 25-3.
No team in the Premier League has conceded as few goals as Arsenal, who are also top of the clean sheet charts with 10. Yet despite their superb recent form, Mikel Arteta’s men are only the third-favourites at +300.
Arsenal fell away towards the end of the season after leading the league for most of 2022/23. Arteta must hope his team has learned from that painful experience and become more streetwise in the process.
Odds of +12500 are available on Tottenham Hotspur winning the title, but even the most optimistic of Spurs supporters would have no expectation in that regard.
Ange Postecoglou’s team did sit at the summit of the standings early on, but a 13-point deficit will be difficult to overturn - especially as there are three teams above them in the table.
Aston Villa are also available at a price of +12500. Unai Emery’s side are eight points shy of the summit of the standings and it is hard to see them overturning that gap in the coming months.
Villa are instead fully focused on qualifying for the Champions League, which they would probably do by finishing in the top five.
Manchester City are the current Premier League title holders. They amassed 89 points in the 2022/23 season by winning 28 games, drawing five and losing five.
City finished five points clear of Arsenal. Mikel Arteta’s men were top of the table for much of the campaign, but Pep Guardiola’s side overtook them in the final few weeks.
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Manchester United are the most successful side in Premier League history – by some distance. Each of their 13 title triumphs came under the management of Alex Ferguson, who is widely regarded as the greatest British soccer coach of all time.
Manchester City have recently moved ahead of Chelsea in second place, while three clubs – Blackburn, Leicester and Liverpool – have lifted the trophy once each.
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The Premier League was launched in 1992. English soccer’s leading 22 clubs broke away from the Football Association, but in sporting terms, it was essentially a rebrand of the First Division, which began way back in 1888.
The clubs above have won the most titles overall if we take the pre-Premier League era into account. Manchester United still lead the way, but Liverpool are the big movers – 18 of the club’s 19 league titles came before the Premier League was launched.
Clubs like Sunderland, Newcastle United, and Sheffield Wednesday still make the top 10 despite having not won the title since 1936, 1927, and 1930 respectively.
Greg Lea is a freelance soccer journalist from London. He is the former editor of The Set Pieces, and has contributed to the Guardian, FourFourTwo, and ESPN. A Crystal Palace fan, he is a long-time subscriber to the belief that it's the taking part that counts. Email: [email protected]More info on Greg Lea
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