Premier League Odds 2018-19

Premier League Odds 2018-19

By DAVE ANDERSON, 11/11/2018.

After enjoying England's success at the World Cup, attention now turns to the new football season and finding online bookmakers best Premier League odds for 2018-19.

If you're having a punt on the Premier League Winner betting market before the season kicks-off, check out bookmakers odds, or the list of the top 6 favourites to win the league.

Premier League Winner Odds

With the new season kicking off on Friday August 10th with Man Utd v Leicester, now's the time to get bookmakers best Premier League Winner odds - before the new season starts.

British Bookmakers best odds of each teams chances of winning the Premier League in 2018-19 are shown below. Use the ALL ODDS tab to view more bookmakers odds.

Man City

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Man Utd

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West Ham

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Crystal Palace

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NB: Bookmakers Premier League odds correct at the time this season preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 02:57 on 11/11/2018.

Favourites to Win the Premier League

The 2018-19 Premier League season is fast approaching, with Man Utd hosting Leicester City at Old Trafford in the first fixture of the competition on Friday August 10th.

There are some new faces in the Premier League this year, with Wolves, Cardiff and Fulham all joining the top flight, while Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton and West Ham have all got new managers.

Most clubs have changed things up and welcomed new blood during the transfer window, and it will be interesting to see how the season unfolds for those new to the Premier League.

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If you’re having a punt on the Premier League Winner market, make sure you check out bookmakers signup offers, price boosts and betting offers to see if there's a deal you can claim.

In the lead up to the first match, we've taken a look at the top 6 teams that online bookmakers offer as the favourites to be crowned Champions come next May.

While bookmakers have decided their favourites for Premier League 2018-19, there could still be a surprise team that comes from nowhere and wins the league like Leicester did in 2017.

Man City

Bookmakers offer last seasons Premier League winners as favourites to win again in 2018-19.

The reigning champions have finished in the top 4 for the past 8 seasons, and only lost 2 games last season, winning with a clear 19-point lead ahead of 2nd place Man Utd.

Pep Guardiola arguably has one of the best squads in the whole of the Premier League to select from, and they look in good form ahead of their first match against Arsenal.

A few players have moved on since last season including Yaya Toure, while the only new player in the Man City squad is Riyad Mahrez who was signed from Leicester.

If Man City play as well as they did for the majority of last season, they would easily take the silverware back to the Etihad Stadium for a consecutive season.

The only danger for Guardiola's players is that they underestimate some of the other top teams who they easily beat last season and don't play as well as is needed to beat them again.


In at number 2 as the team that online bookmakers believe to be the second most likely to win the upcoming Premier League season is Liverpool.

Although they haven’t won the Premier League since 1990, Jürgen Klopp’s men have finished in 4th place for the past 2 seasons, and made the Champions League final last season.

They may not have had much domestic success of late, but last season’s performance shows a very different Liverpool team, and one that could easily win in 2018-19.

There have been quite a few quality additions to the squad, with Fabinho, Naby Keita, Xherdan Shaqiri and Alisson Becker all joining, while a few players like Danny Ward have moved on.

Luckily Klopp has a dream start to the season, with less challenging opening matches against West Ham, Crystal Palace, Brighton and Leicester before they play Spurs in September.

If Liverpool can get some decent points from these early clashes, they will be in a much stronger position than they have been at a similar stage in previous seasons.

Man Utd

After a disappointing end to the season before last, Man Utd seem to be back on track under Jose Mourinho having finished 2nd to Man City last season.

Man Utd have some of the best players in the Premier League, and although they are capable of playing quality football, they don’t seem to have the hunger that they did under Alex Ferguson.

Having said that, bookmakers offer Man Utd 3rd favourites to win the Premier League in 2018-19, but they'll need to work harder than last season if they're to be crowned Champions.

Man Utd host Leicester in the opening fixture of the competition at Old Trafford, and then have a pretty easy run of 8 less challenging opponents before they meet Spurs.

If Mourinho can get some serious points on the table from these matches, Man Utd will be in with much better chance of carrying that form into the middle part of the season.

Great things will be expected from their new signings, including the Brazilian Fred who title rivals Man City were reportedly interested in signing last season.


Having won the Premier League back in 2017, Chelsea ended last season with a disappointing 5th place finish, even though they did go on to win the FA Cup under Antonio Conte.

After their less than stellar performance, Chelsea did what was expected, and replaced manager Antonio Conte, and welcomed another Italian manager - Maurizio Sarri to the club.

Chelsea are a solid team, and have the potential to do well, but they seem to have struggled a bit in recent times when playing against the other top 6 teams in the competition.

Fortunately for Sarri, Chelsea only face one of the top teams in the early stages of their Premier League campaign, and this could give them the opportunity to rack up a decent point tally.

Sarri has also brought one of the most talented midfielders in Europe to Chelsea, with Jorginho signing from Napoli, and he will be hoping that this will give the team an added boost.


Spurs are also up there with bookmakers as one of the top 6 contenders for this seasons title, after their consistently good performances and finishing positions over the past few seasons.

Although they've lacked silverware, Spurs have finished in the top 4 for the past 3 seasons, and bagged the 3rd place spot in 2018 having only lost just 7 of their 38 matches.

Pochettino has developed an excellent squad over the past few years, and hasn’t changed things up too much during the transfer window, with no new players as of yet.

Spurs certainly have the potential to come close to winning the Premier League in 2018-19, especially if Harry Kane continues his impressive goals to games ratio of last season.

If Pochettino can improve things in the final third, including converting crosses from open play, and get Dele Alli playing as he's capable of, Spurs could be in with a shout this season.


Bookmakers offer Arsenal as the final top 6 contender to win the Premier League in 2018-19, and even though they only managed 6th last season, they're still one of the stronger teams.

The biggest concern around Arsenal will be seeing how they have adjusted to new manager Unai Emery, following Arsene Wenger’s departure in May after nearly 22 years in charge.

There have been additions during the transfer window, with German goalkeeper Bernd Leno joining the squad along with Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi.

A number of players have also departed including Jack Wilshere who moved to West Ham.

Unfortunately for Arsenal, they don’t have the easiest of starts to the upcoming Premier League season, having to play both Man City and Chelsea in their first 2 fixtures.

This will be challenging as they really need to get some points on the board early on if they don’t want a repeat of last seasons disappointing start to their Premier League campaign.

Archive: 2017/18

After what has seemed like an eternity, the new Premier League season kicks-off on Friday August 11th with Arsenal taking on Leicester at the Emirates.

Most like a punt on the Premier League Winner market so now's the ideal time to compare bookmakers odds/price boosts before the season starts.

We've made it easy for you to compare Premier League odds for each team competing for the crown of Premier League Champions for the new season.

After what seems to have been a very long summer break, the much anticipated new Premier League season is finally upon us.

Plus, with so much money spent on transfers by most of the big teams since the last campaign ended, it's all shaping up to be a great Premier League season.

As you can see from bookmakers odds, the usual suspects make up the list of favourites in their Premier League Winner betting market.

In the lead up to the highly anticipated first game, we've taken a closer look at the top 5 favourites and which bookmakers offer the best odds on each.

If you're planning on betting, get in early to secure the best odds as bookmakers shorten odds the closer it gets to a new Premier League season starting.

Man City

Man City, who finished in 3rd place last year are most bookmakers favourites to win this season’s competition, after Pep Guardiola’s £200 million transfer splurge!

Man City now look pretty solid, and with new signing’s including Benjamin Mendy from Monaco and Danilo from Real Madrid, Guardiola's strengthened his squad well.

WilliamHill offer the best Premier League odds on Arsenal winning the title at 7/4.


Chelsea recovered from their abysmal season last year to take last year’s Premier League title under new manager Antonio Conte, and are 2nd favourite to win this time around.

The reigning champions are without a doubt one of the top contenders, however it seems as if they have replaced rather than strengthened during the transfer window.

Conte really could of done with boosting his squad a little more before the defence of their title.

PaddyPower offer the best Premier League odds on Arsenal winning the title at 4/1.

Man Utd

Man Utd are 3rd favourites to win the Premier League at most bookmakers, and although they haven’t won since 2013, Mourinho will be looking to improve on last seasons 6th place.

They've have added some key players to the squad pre season, with Lukaku joining from Everton, Matic moving from Chelsea and Lindelof signing from Benfica.

Man Utd struggled up front last season, but these new additions should strengthen the squad and give Mourinho the boost he needs to have a more successful season.

Bet365 offer the best Premier League odds on Arsenal winning the title at 7/2.


Spurs had their best ever Premier League season last year, and Mauricio Pochettino will be looking to go one better on their 2nd place finish with a title win this season.

Pochettino has been quite in the transfer market, and while other teams have been busy signing new players, Spurs have ensured their strong team remains mostly intact.

While Spurs look solid, having to play their home games at Wembley while their new stadium is being built will be their main hurdle to overcome this season.

Ladbrokes offer the best Premier League odds on Spurs winning the title at 10/1.


Arsenal start their Premier League campaign on a high after securing a Community Shield victory against title holders Chelsea last weekend.

Wenger has a new three at the back formation, and with new signing Lacazette should be more dangerous in attack, putting them in a stronger position coming into the competition.

New signings Sead Kolasinac and Alexandre Lacazette have bolstered the squad, and it’s no wonder bookmakers offer Arsenal as one of favourites in the Premier League Winner market.

Coral offer the best Premier League odds on Arsenal winning the title at 12/1.

Archive: 2016/17

The new Premier League season kicks-off on Saturday August 13th, and online bookmakers offer some decent betting offers and odds on who'll win the title this time around.

You'll also get better odds pre-season, so we've taken a look at which teams bookmakers offer as favourites to win the title, and their best Premier League Winner odds.

Man City

Man City, who finished 4th last year and made it into the Champions League, are the bookmakers favourites to win this seasons Premier League title.

New manager Pep Guardiola, who previously managed Bayern Munich, is expected to make his mark and another Premier League title could be on the cards for Man City this season.

With new signing’s Ilkay Gundogan (Borussia Dortmund), Nolito (Celta Vigo) and Oleksandr Zinchenko (FC Ufa), Man City look strong.

If you think Man City can finish 3 places higher than last year and win the title, it's top rated bookmaker Bet365 that currently offer the best Premier League odds at 5/2.

Man Utd

Even though they ended the season on the same number of points as rivals Man City, goal difference saw Man Utd lose out on a top 4 spot under van Gaal.

This season Man Utd come into the competition under new manager José Mourinho, who has high hopes of securing their 14th Premier League title.

There have been a few pre-season signings, with Eric Bailly (Villarreal), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (PSG) and Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Borussia Dortmund) joining.

If you think Mourinho can return Man Utd to winning ways and win the Premier League, Ladbrokes are the bookmaker offering the best Premier League odds at 7/2.


Chelsea had a massive shock last season when they only finished in 10th place, after previously winning the Premier League title under former manager Mourinho.

They come into the new Premier League season under new manager Antonio Conte and he’ll be doing all he can to ensure that Chelsea have a better start this season.

There are some new additions to help boost the Chelsea squad, with Michy Batshuayi joining from Marseille and potentially N'Golo Kante from last season’s winners Leicester City.

If you think Conte will guide Chelsea to the title, William Hill offer the best odds at 6/1.


Arsenal came into last season on a high and were one of the favourites to take the title, however they ended in 2nd place after Leicester surprised everyone.

Arsène Wenger will be hoping that Arsenal have an even better season than last, and take home their first Premier League title in over 12 years.

The main issue that Arsenal face is that they’re still struggling up front, and are in desperate need of top-quality signings if they want to lift the trophy in May next year.

Coral are the bookmaker that offers best odds on Arsenal winning the Premier League at 6/1.


Liverpool, who finished in 8th place last season under Jürgen Klopp, are also in most bookmakers top 6 teams to lift the Premier League trophy come next May.

Liverpool have added 6 new faces: Joel Matip (Schalke), Sadio Mane (Southampton), Ragnar Klavan (Augsburg), and Georginio Wijnaldum (Newcastle).

If you think Liverpool can take the title, PaddyPower offer the best Premier League odds at 9/1.


Spurs were fantastic last season, and Mauricio Pochettino will be determined to improve on their 3rd place finish for the upcoming Premier League season.

Spurs have remained pretty steady during the transfer window, with only 1 player leaving and 2 new additions in Victor Wanyama (Southampton) and Vincent Janssen (AZ Alkmaar).

Bet365 offer the best Premier League odds on Spurs winning the title at 12/1.

Archive: 2015/16

The latest Premier League season kicks off this Saturday 8th August, and British Bookmakers have launched a load of offers for the Premier League winner market.

We've taken a look at all of the latest Premier League betting offers and highlighted the best below. This includes amazing price boosts and new signup offers.

As Premier League odds are better pre-season, we've looked at the teams most likely to challenge for the title this year and which bookmakers offer the best odds.


Chelsea, who won last seasons Premier League by 8 points, are once again the bookmakers favourites and lift the trophy for the consecutive season.

While they’ve been playing reasonably well in their pre-season friendlies, they'll start the season on the back of a loss to arch rivals Arsenal in the Community Shield.

If you're betting on Chelsea to win the Premier League, Bet365 offer the best odds at 7/4.

Man City

After narrowly missing out on the tile last season after finishing 2nd to Chelsea, Man City will be determined to win the title back this season.

Man City will also be hoping that new signing Raheem Sterling proves a solid investment, given that they spent £49m on his transfer from Liverpool.

Man City have a strong chance of winning the Premier League and it's top rated British Bookmaker William Hill that currently offer the best odds at 3/1.


Arsenal come into the new Premier League season on a high, having won against the bookmakers favourites Chelsea in the Community Shield last weekend.

They’ve had a pretty good summer, winning both the Asia Trophy and Emirates Cup.

Although Arsenal haven’t won a Premier League title since 2004, they’re considered strong contenders this season - especially after signing Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech.

Bet365 offer the best odds on Arsenal winning the Premier League at 4/1.

Man Utd

Man Utd returned to the top 4 in the league last season after a year’s absence. Although there’s been a lot of transfer activity, Man Utd are still short on attackers.

Having won the Premier League 20 times, the last time in 2013, Louis van Gaal will be looking to add another Premier League trophy to the Old Trafford cabinet.

If you're betting on Man Utd in the Premier League Winner market then head to Coral as they currently offer the best Premier League odds at 11/2.


After the top 4, Liverpool are the only other club that bookmakers feel have a decent chance of winning the upcoming Premier League after finishing 6th last season.

Brendan Rodgers has had a busy summer transfer window to improve key positions, signing Christian Benteke from Liverpool after selling Sterling for £49m.

Liverpool will need a strong start to have a chance of winning, and preparations haven't been ideal with key striker Sturridge not playing due to injury.

For those betting on Liverpool, William Hill offer the best Premier League odds at 28/1.