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Premier League betting odds: winners, relegation, top scorer, sack race

Latest prices from the bookies for the 2018-19 Premier League season

According to the UK pundit predictions champions Manchester City are the overwhelming choice to win the Premier League again in the 2018-19 season. But what do the bookmakers think?

After a record-breaking campaign Pep Guardiola’s men strolled to the title finishing 19 points clear of rivals Manchester United. Can the Red Devils, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea or Arsenal challenge City in the title race this year?

We look at the latest prices offered by Oddschecker for the Premier League winners, top goalscorer, relegation and the managerial sack race.

Premier League winner odds

Latest best prices according to Oddschecker (as of 10 August). 

  • Manchester City: 4/6 
  • Liverpool: 4/1 
  • Manchester United: 12/1 
  • Chelsea: 14/1 
  • Tottenham: 16/1 
  • Arsenal: 25/1 
  • Wolves: 300/1 
Premier League relegation odds

Latest best prices according to Oddschecker (as of 10 August). 

  • Cardiff City: 4/6 
  • Huddersfield Town: 11/10 
  • Watford: 9/4 
  • Brighton: 9/4 
  • Fulham: 2/1 
  • Burnley: 4/1 
  • Bournemouth: 5/1 
  • Newcastle United: 5/1 
  • Crystal Palace: 11/2 
  • Southampton: 7/1 
  • Wolves: 10/1
Premier League top goalscorer odds

Latest best prices according to Oddschecker (as of 10 August).

  • Harry Kane (Tottenham): 10/3 
  • Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): 9/2 
  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal): 13/2 
  • Sergio Aguero (Man City): 15/2 
  • Romelu Lukaku (Man Utd): 10/1 
  • Gabriel Jesus (Man City): 16/1 
  • Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal): 25/1 
  • Alvaro Morata (Chelsea): 33/1 
  • Roberto Firmino (Liverpool): 33/1 
  • Alexis Sanchez (Man Utd): 40/1
Next manager to be sacked/leave

Latest best prices according to Oddschecker (as of 10 August).

  • Claude Puel (Leicester): 5/1 
  • Jose Mourinho (Man Utd): 7/1 
  • Rafa Benitez (Newcastle): 7/1 
  • Javi Gracia (Watford): 8/1 
  • Mark Hughes (Southampton): 12/1   
  • Neil Warnock (Cardiff City): 12/1 
  • Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham): 20/1 
  • Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace): 20/1 
  • Marco Silva (Everton): 22/1 
  • Nuno Espirito Santo (Wolves): 22/1   
  • Chris Hughton (Brighton): 25/1 
  • David Wagner (Huddersfield): 25/1 
  • Eddie Howe (Bournemouth): 25/1   
  • Slavisa Jokanovic (Fulham): 25/1   
  • Sean Dyche (Burnley): 33/1 
  • Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham): 50/1   
  • Maurizio Sarri (Chelsea): 50/1 
  • Unai Emery (Arsenal): 50/1 
  • Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool): 100/1 
  • Pep Guardiola (Man City): 100/1 
  • No Premier League manager to leave: 200/1

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