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Is This How The Premier League Season Will End?

6435645t45tIt has been quite an amazing Premier League season and a real treat for the football traders who thrive on excitement as that is what causes the big market swings. Those who have been trading the Premier League winners market have been in their element this season with 5 different teams all being favourites at some point since it was first opened.

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So now we are into the final straight and the markets currently have Man City @ 1.85, Liverpool @ 2.40 and Chelsea @ 20. This title race is pretty much guaranteed to go to the final day now but you do feel this weekend will be particularly decisive.

I have looked at the final fixtures and, without much thought, very quickly decided how they will turn out in order to give me an idea of how this will all end and what I predicted is below.

Man City

Vs Everton – Draw
Vs Aston Villa – Win
Vs West Ham – Win

Final Total: 84 points

Liverpool

Vs Crystal Palace – Win
Vs Newcastle – Win

Final Total: 86 points

Chelsea

Vs Norwich – Win
Vs Cardiff – Win

Final Total: 84 points

This would mean the final table will have:

1st Liverpool – 86 Points
2nd Man City – 84 Points
3rd Chelsea 84 Points

This surprised me as when looking at the markets you can see Man City are the current odds-on favourites. Looking at what I picked I have all 3 of them down to win every match remaining apart from Man City’s trip to Everton this Saturday so this was obviously the mitigating factor in all this.

I looked further into why I did not feel confident initially about a City victory there.

I discovered it was pretty much down to the poor record that Man City have at Everton in recent seasons and most notably since the takeover in 2008.
Their last victory at Goodison was in April 2009 with Robinho scoring that day in what was a dead rubber fixture anyway. Since then, they have lost 4 in a row at Goodison which is every season since. This is not going to be an easy game for City by any stretch of the imagination and they will have to reverse a pretty significant trend.

One thing that should be in Manchester City’s favour for this clash is the fact that they know what they have to do and a win for them would pretty much seal the title with 2 relatively easy home matches left after that. Much also depends on Everton’s motivation to beat City and virtually hand their rivals Liverpool a long awaited title.

So, strangely enough, I think the markets have it a little bit wrong here and I still think Liverpool should be the favourites and I will be laying City ahead of their clash against Everton in the winners market.

By the way, follow this advice only at your peril. This season has definitely been one that has made many a professional punter look a bit silly. One thing is for sure, there will be more huge TWISTS before the final ball is kicked on May 11th and I can not wait to see how it all ends.

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6 Comments

  1. Daniel Victor says:

    Man City are rated odds-on favourites to beat Everton,because Everton have little chance of beating Arsenal to a Champions league spot now.That is why Man City are favourites for the Premiership title.

  2. You posted an article on January 8th titled “Will Man Utd Make The Top 4?” and in it I replied that I thought the top 5 would be: 1. Man city
    2. Liverpool
    3. Arsenal
    4. Chelsea
    5. Everton
    Thanks to Arsenals drop in form I think that my prediction from 4 months ago will be correct apart from swapping Chelsea and Arsenal around.

    1. Sports Trading Life says:

      Nice work Marc, pretty close at least!

  3. as i say every time i hear someone on radio or see someone on tv refer to the the “premier league” as the “premiership”…..”it’s not the f****** premiership!!!!!”….are you reading this tony pulis?

    1. Sports Trading Life says:

      You ok there Tony? lol

  4. i do think there will be a twist or maybe 2,one is definitely the Everton game and the lay on man city is worth a few sheckles and for some reason i have in my head Liverpool drawing one of those last 2 games,im a Chelsea fan so i would like to see an impossible dream like Sunderland has had WOW!!!!

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