2013/14 EPL Outright Betting and Relegation odds for English Premier LeaguePosted on 05/06 by G Waldorf
Will Manchester United retain their Premier League crown?
Weekly Expert Betting Tips - Join our free mailing list2013/14 EPL Odds – Outright Betting and Relegation Betting (Subject to fluctuation)
Updated: 16th August 2013
The betting is very tight between the Top 3, but with the almost unlimited resources at their disposal, we are tipping Manchester City to regain their title at odds of .
As for the relegation betting, the best value is Southampton at a frankly massive , which to put into context is longer odds than those available for West Brom or Sunderland and the same price as West Ham United and Aston Villa!
This has to be the outstanding bet of the preseason.
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EPL Odds – Outright Betting Guide
There is little to separate Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea in the betting, then a huge jump to Arsenal, who frankly have no hope of winning the EPL title this season.
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EPL Odds – Relegation betting
Southampton are the outstanding price here, there is little value in backing Crystal Palace or Hull City, Cardiff will probably stay up, and we tip Norwich to join Palace or Hull and Southampton to the drop next season.
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EPL Odds 2013
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