With the culmination of Euro 2012, most British eyes are turning their attention slowly but surely back to the Premier League. The fixtures for the 2012-13 season have been announced, whilst some of the teams have started to make moves in the transfer market.
Manchester City won the division in a last-gasp drama in 2011-12, beating QPR in scintillating fashion to claim the title on the last day.Titan Bet have Roberto Mancini’s men as the team to beat this time round also, making them clear favourites at odds of 2.20. Their closest rivals, Manchester United, are sure to come back stronger after the agony of defeat to their cross-town neighbours, and are slightly further adrift this time at odds of 3.30 for collect the title.
It has been a busy summer in the transfer market for Chelsea to date, with the signings of Eden Hazard, Marko Marin and Kevin De Bruyne adding youth and creativity to the Blues’ squad. Roberto Di Matteo’s men are third-favourite to lift the Premier League crown in 2012-13, as Titan Bet offer up odds of 5.50 for the Stamford Bridge club to follow Champions League glory with a domestic triumph. Make your football bets at the beginning of the season.
Arsenal are next in the standings, despite the news that Robin van Persie has asked to leave the club. Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski will be keen to win the league at the first time of asking, and the Gunners are at odds of 11.00 to lift the trophy. Arch enemies Tottenham are going through a period of transition after the dismissal of Harry Redknapp, with Andre Villas-Boas now in charge. The summer additions of Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jan Vertonghen are smart moves, and Spurs are at odds of 26.00 to lift the title according to Titan Bet.
Liverpool have lofty ambitions, and the appointment of Brendan Rodgers gives the promise of attacking football. The Reds will need to improve on their eighth placed finish from last term to appease the Kop, and are at odds of 34.00 to get an unlikely Premier League win in 2012-13. Newcastle were the surprise package of last season, finishing fifth against the odds, and Alan Pardew’s men will be keen to prove that they are not one-campaign wonders. Back the Tyneside club at odds of 151.00 to work wonders and finish first.
After this the odds get long, with the newly-promoted teams and perennial strugglers at odds of up to 5001.00 to win the division. Everton are at 251.00, Sunderland at 1001.00 and Aston Villa at 1501.00 with Titan Bet.