The best future bets for the Premier League’s upcoming season
The start of the English Premier League is just days away and punters are anxious to put some money in play with the best odds available. This a really good time of year to place future bets.
Just imagine how rich you could have been if you knew that Leicester City was going to win the league before the season started. Well yes, we know that we are not clairvoyants, but maybe you have a hunch, a feeling. That could be the difference between being rich or staying how you are. If you are serious about placing a future bet we recommend the best reviews and predictions to here site, where you will find all the best information to get an upper hand on the bookkeepers.
For the upcoming season we can bet in a variety of situations that can make us earn some money. For example we can bet on the next champion, just like we mentioned before. The favorite to win it all this season is Manchester City, who has Pep Guardiola as their coach and a star-studded team led by South American striker Sergio “Kun” Agüero.
Tied for second place in the odds are Manchester United and Chelsea. We all expect that after a solid year of work Jose Mourinho can take the Red Devils closer to the Premier League title, and of course champion Chelsea has to be in the conversation, but the turmoil surrounding Diego Costa wanting out of London seems to hamper the team’s chances, at least from a betting perspective.
Three teams are on the bubble and could very well gives all a surprise. Tottenham, Arsenal, and Liverpool share similar odds and have very good teams, we expect them to be solid at least. The “Lillywhites” have come close to winning the title in the last two seasons and are very well coached by Mauricio Pochettino. They also almost have the same squad, so continuity is something they have going for themselves.
Arsenal has the eternal Arsene Wenger in charge and their team has what it takes to compete for a place in Europe, but we don’t quite see them as challengers for the titles. Liverpool is also a step back from the elite teams in England. Jurgen Klopp’s job seems to be more about long term results, but they will be fighting for the top spots, no doubt about it.