Bookmakers’ Predictions for the Premier League 2019/2020 Season

The Premier League season of 2019/2020 has started. It is one of the biggest attractions in the world of football. Everyone is looking at the top tier English league to see who will be coming out on top. Since the Premier League has just started, it is very difficult to see who will be doing well, with the results being a bit more clear in the next year, as it often is.

Punters are already placing their bets on the upcoming matches, hoping to get a huge payday. Some punters find promo codes, because betting with them often has benefits like more free money for first time users. For example, betting with promo codes gets you a bonus. 

So, for those who want to know what is going to happen in the Premier League, but do not have access to an Almanac from the future, here are the predictions for the 2019/2020 Premier League Season.

Manchester City to Win it All

The current champion of the Premier League is expected to win it all again. Not only that, but they are expected to play against Liverpool for the title for most of the time. Liverpool and Manchester City are expected to be the two clubs which will be battling it out for the title. It is interesting that Manchester City is at the top of the list because Liverpool won the Champions League title against another team, actually, the third team in the list, Tottenham Hotspur. The three teams which dominated the previous season, minus Chelsea. Tottenham finished fourth last season while Chelsea was third.

Manchester United is Fourth This Time

Manchester United is predicted to finish fourth this time, with Arsenal and Chelsea right behind them in fifth and sixth place. Given how United finished sixth last time they played, then this is an improvement. Arsenal is in the same position and Chelsea has moved down two slots. The Wolves, who finished seventh, are moved to the ninth position in the predictions. These just below top tier teams will be fiercely battling for their positions, much more than the top 3, more likely. These matches will be more interesting, if the predictions are correct.

Evidence is Often to the Contrary of Predictions

When Norwich played Liverpool, they lost 4 to 1. Even though their victory is seen as something big, it is to be expected. However, other experts suggest that Liverpool’s gameplay wasn’t that good, nowhere near the second place. Norwich also wasn’t apparently a 19th place team, according to the opinion of most people watching that match. The following weeks will show us a better picture of which team is actually going to end in their predicted rank.

Whether a certain team finishes in their predicted rank remains to be seen. It is far too early in the season for anyone to be able to clearly predict the exact rankings of the teams in the Premier League. While we might get close, it is definitely a long shot, literally.