Premier League Title Contenders for the Upcoming 20/21 Season
After Liverpool eased to the Premier League Title for their first time in thirty years, we look ahead at the title contenders to see if anyone can challenge them next season for the title and try and close the 18-point gap that was created last year. With it now being the off season, punters will have to find another way for their gambling fix as there is limited football on our screens, so they are going elsewhere. Non-Gamstop bingo sites are able to offer the kind of entertainment that punters require; all the best bingo halls on the web alongside new customer sign up offers and huge deposit matches make it an enticing site to go and check out.
The favourites going into the new season are actually Manchester City at 5/6 and we aren’t surprised at this with Pep Guardiola’s men having somewhat of an off season this year having lost a whopping 9 games out of the 38 this year. They have strengthened in the window already signing Nathan Ake and Ferran Torres, they will seriously want to reproduce the form of the 18/19 season.
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Next favourites is the current Champions Liverpool who will be confused as to why they aren’t going into next season as favourites with the form they are currently in having won 4 trophies in the past 13 months. Liverpool are trying to sign Thiago from Bayern Munich, who we believe would be an excellent signing for the scousers, with his direct dribbling and pinpoint passing, would be the perfect fit for the midfield three of Liverpool. They are 7/4 to regain their title.
Next up is the other team from Manchester who have been the in-form side from the Premier League since its return after lockdown restrictions were eased. With many rumours about signing England Starlet Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund as well, he could be the key link to take them to the title; but that signing is vital if United think they are getting anywhere near the title next year. They are 9/1 to lift the Premier League.
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Finally, on the contenders list for next season is Frank Lampard’s Chelsea; now although they are outsiders at 14/1, the youthful side looked promising in Frank’s first season in charge of his beloved Chelsea, especially having lost Hazard to Real Madrid. And with the inbound signings of Werner and Ziyech and then potential Havertz and Chilwell they potentially might be worth a punt.