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Betting On The Coming Premiership Season

Sir Alex Ferguson is famously a fan of horse race betting and owns various horses and a stables. Michael Owen, the former England footballer, is the same, and it makes sense that they are fans of betting on horse racing rather than football because football is notoriously difficult to predict...

            Sir Alex Ferguson is famously a fan of horse race betting and owns various horses and a stables. Michael Owen, the former England footballer, is the same, and it makes sense that they are fans of betting on horse racing rather than football because football is notoriously difficult to predict. This coming season, any one of five different clubs could realistically win the league. Any of Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal or Liverpool will hope to be competing to be champions as the season nears it end, and Tottenham Hotspur also have an outside chance if they can hold on to their playmaker Luka Modric and make a few other quality signings.
            For this reason, Premier League betting will no doubt be all over the place with few trends, which is why you will find such different odds for each team depending on who you look to place your bet with. This is also because football fans notoriously back their own teams due to the tribal aspect of the game. I would personally recommend putting your money on either Manchester United or Manchester City. These are the two teams that I would expect to see battling it out for the crown of champions when the season draws towards an end in May, and this is primarily because of spending power in the transfer market. Manchester have already signed Sergio Aguero and can realistically be expected to continue spending, while United have already signed Ashley Young from Aston Villa and Phil Jones from Blackburn Rovers and are also still pursuing Wesley Sneijder of Inter Milan.
            Chelsea could also emerge as challengers if they can capture Luka Modric from Spurs and get the best out of £50 million Fernando Torres. They will also be hoping that Frank Lampard can re-find the goal-scoring form of previous seasons. Their new young manager Villa-Boas will be hoping that Torres and Drogba begin to develop a partnership, but he is still going to need to find a playmaker to supply them all with the goal-scoring opportunities. He is reportedly interested in City’s Adam Johnson for this very reasonArticle Submission, as well as the previously mentioned Modric.

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