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23 June 2024

Premier League 2023/24 predicted final standings

Premier League 2023/24 Season Preview: 1-20

The 2023/24 Premier League season kicks off on Friday 11 August, with the twenty clubs currently in the process of signing new players and warming up in pre-season friendly clashes. We’ve gone through each of the teams in turn and have come up with the following predictions for the new campaign.

Premier League 2023/24 Outright

We have ordered this years 20 Premier League teams as we think they will finish the season. You will also find the odds for each team to win the league, finish in the top 4 and be relegated.

If you want a season long bet then check out our best tips from this list below;

Premier League 2023/24 Outright Betting Tips

Wolves to be Relegated at 7/2

Man Utd top 4 finish at 8/11

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    #1 Manchester City

    We make no apologies for being predictable. Manchester City have won the Premier League title in five of the past six seasons. Pep Guardiola’s side were a relentless winning machine during the second half of the previous campaign and they are very much the team to beat, with Erling Haaland set to blaze a scoring trail once again.

    Man City Odds
    Win the League: 8/11
    Top 4 Finish: 1/20
    Relegation: 500/1

    #2 Arsenal

    There’s been money for Arsenal going one better than last season and claiming their first title since the 2003/04 season. Declan Rice could potentially help the Gunners achieve their dream, with Kai Havertz also arriving from Chelsea. However, they might have to contend with another runner-up spot.

    Arsenal Odds
    Win the League: 5/1
    Top 4 Finish: 1/2
    Relegation: 500/1

    #3 Liverpool

    It was an off-colour Liverpool for much of the previous campaign, although the Reds rallied to finish fifth and we should expect a stronger showing this time around. Alexis Mac Allister should be a strong addition to the midfield and Darwin Nunez could be on the goal trail.

    Liverpool Odds
    Win the League: 8/1
    Top 4 Finish: 8/15
    Relegation: 500/1

    #4 Manchester United

    Andre Onana should be a significant upgrade on David de Gea, with Erik Ten Hag having done some sterling work in his first season to steer United into the Champions League spots. Mason Mount should help them stay there.

    Man Utd Odds
    Win the League: 11/1
    Top 4 Finish: 8/11
    Relegation: 500/1

    #5 Newcastle United

    Eddie Howe’s side punched above their weight last season, although their transfer activity continues to be relatively modest. Harvey Barnes and Sandro Tonali should improve the squad but they might miss out on the Champions League.

    Newcastle Odds
    Win the League: 14/1
    Top 4 Finish: 6/4
    Relegation: 200/1

    #6 Chelsea

    Mauricio Pochettino might need more than one season to get things right at Chelsea, with a clear-out giving the Argentine a clean slate. Reece James and Ben Chilwell need to stay fit and there’s a new look forward line including Christian Nkunku.

    Chelsea Odds
    Win the League: 12/1
    Top 4 Finish: 5/4
    Relegation: 200/1

    #7 Brighton & Hove Albion

    Roberto De Zerbi was an upgrade on Graham Potter last season and the Italian can continue to keep Brighton in a top-half position. However, they continue to lose their best players and the departure of Moises Caicedo and Alexis Mac Allister could be telling.

    Brighton Odds
    Win the League: 50/1
    Top 4 Finish: 11/2
    Relegation: 50/1

    #8 Tottenham Hotspur

    We should expect Tottenham Hotspur to entertain under Ange Postecoglu this season although they face a losing battle to retain Harry Kane, even if the arrival of James Maddison should ensure that Son Heung-Min and Richarlison fill their boots.

    Tottenham Odds
    Win the League: 40/1
    Top 4 Finish: 3/1
    Relegation: 100/1

    #9 Aston Villa

    Unai Emery was a big upgrade on Steven Gerrard last season although the Spaniard hasn’t been given enormous amounts of cash in the transfer market. Expect Emi Buendia and Jacob Ramsey to kick on in the midfield positions for the Villans.

    Aston Villa Odds
    Win the League: 150/1
    Top 4 Finish: 8/1
    Relegation: 40/1

    #10 Crystal Palace

    Wilfried Zaha might have joined Galatasaray, although Crystal Palace can still land a top-half finish, especially if Eberechi Eze and Michael Olise continue to improve. Roy Hodgson has agreed to one more season in charge of the Eagles and he’s achieved great things.

    Crystal Palace Odds
    Win the League: 500/1
    Top 4 Finish: 50/1
    Relegation: 13/2

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      #11 Fulham

      Marco Silva looks set to stay at Fulham despite interest from Saudi Arabia, with the Portuguese potentially facing a losing battle to keep hold of Aleksandr Mitrovic. However, the Cottagers are capable of another mid-table berth.

      Fulham Odds
      Win the League: 1000/1
      Top 4 Finish: 50/1
      Relegation: 7/2

      #12 West Ham

      After claiming £105 million from Arsenal for Declan Rice, West Ham are able to bolster their squad, with Conor Gallagher and James Ward-Prowse two likely arrivals. David Moyes’ side shouldn’t be too near the lower places.

      West Ham Odds
      Win the League: 250/1
      Top 4 Finish: 25/1
      Relegation: 12/1

      #13 Nottingham Forest

      Steve Cooper continues to do a terrific job at the City Ground and the signing of Anthony Elanga is a big boost for a team who should prosper well with Morgan Gibbs-White proving the stand-out player last term.

      Nottm Forest Odds
      Win the League: 1000/1
      Top 4 Finish: 100/1
      Relegation: 5/2

      #14 Everton

      Sean Dyche doesn’t have a huge budget at Everton although he performed well to steer the Toffees out of trouble last season. We should expect the Merseyside outfit to remain among the Premier League elite, especially if Dominic Calvert-Lewin can stay fit.

      Everton Odds
      Win the League: 500/1
      Top 4 Finish: 50/1
      Relegation: 3/1

      #15 Brentford

      Thomas Frank has done a tremendous job at Brentford although losing Ivan Toney to a gambling ban puts a big dent in the attacking weaponry. Nathan Collins should prove to be a good capture although we’re still expecting a season of struggle.

      Brentford Odds
      Win the League: 400/1
      Top 4 Finish: 40/1
      Relegation: 8/1

      #16 Burnley

      Vincent Kompany was a huge success during his first season in charge of Burnley when winning the Championship, with the Lancashire outfit now aiming to consolidate in the Premier League. There is no doubt that Burnley will be savvy enough to secure 40 points this season and avoid relegation.

      Burnley Odds
      Win the League: 1500/1
      Top 4 Finish: 150/1
      Relegation: 5/2

      #17 Luton Town

      All three promoted teams stayed up last season and perhaps Luton can confound the odds-on quotes about them going down. Rob Edwards is a capable manager who will hope to make Kenilworth Road a fortress of sorts.

      Luton Odds
      Win the League: 3000/1
      Top 4 Finish: 500/1
      Relegation: 1/3

      #18 Bournemouth

      Some were surprised that Andoni Iraola replaced Gary O’Neil at the Vitality Stadium and the Spaniard has been given funds to strengthen the Cherries squad. However, it was still a risky appointment which could end up backfiring.

      Bournemouth Odds
      Win the League: 1500/1
      Top 4 Finish: 150/1
      Relegation: 2/1

      #19 Sheffield United

      It would be a surprise if all three promoted teams stayed up for the second season running, with the Blades potentially struggling to stay afloat. Their transfer business has been modest and Paul Heckingbottom could face a losing battle.

      Sheff Utd Odds
      Win the League: 2500/1
      Top 4 Finish: 250/1
      Relegation: 8/13

      #20 Wolves

      Julen Lopetegui could walk away from Molineux due to a lack of funding and there has been a mass exodus of players, with Matt Doherty one of the few incoming. It could be a season of doom and gloom for Wanderers.

      Wolves Odds
      Win the League: 750/1
      Top 4 Finish: 50/1
      Relegation: 7/2

      If you are keen to learn more about premier league betting, we have lots of information around our site that can really help you. Every season we update our findings from how the previous season played out.

      For a full list of premier league fixtures, best to check out the official Premier League site. And if you want fantasy premier league tips you can find that information at the same time.

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