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Liverpool the value in next season’s Premier League title betting

| 10.05.2011

Manchester United have been installed as the 6/4 favourites to win next season’s Premier League campaign.

With just one point needed from their remaining two games, Manchester United are on course to lift their 19th league title and Liverpool fans will not be happy to hear that all the money is on Sir Alex Ferguson’s side making it 20 next season.

At the start of this season Manchester United were 9/4 to win the title but the strength of their squad this season, coupled with the potential signings of David De Gea and Wesley Sneijder, means Sir Alex Ferguson’s side are a lot shorter to win the title next season.

Chelsea were the 13/8 favourites at the start of this season but have drifted slightly for next season and are now available at 7/4.

Should Carlo Ancelotti be in charge to mastermind Chelsea’s title charge next season remains to be seen, although the Italian is now 8/11 to be in charge of Chelsea next season with 1/1 that he leaves in the summer.

6/1 to win the Premier League at the start of this season, Arsenal are 7/1 for next season’s title after struggling to keep up with the pace for the sixth season running and Gunners fans will be hoping to see some cash spent over the summer.

Despite securing new owners this season and the signings of Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez, Liverpool have less of a chance of winning the title next season according to the Premier League odds as they were 12/1 to win the title last season but are 16/1 to win the 2011/12 title.

Manchester City are once again 5/1 to win the title pre season but with plenty of transfer activity expected over the summer, there is every chance those odds will shorten.

A £10 stake on Manchester City winning next season’s Premier League title would return £60. New customers can sign up here to take advantage of a free bet worth up to £30.

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.