You can back any team right now to be the champions of the Premier League in the 2019/20 season and you will also find plenty of bookies that will also allow you to back any team each-way, and the generally available each-way betting terms on that betting market are one third the odds on the place part of such a bet being paid out to two places.
You will not however want to back the current favourite each-way though, for Manchester City who are the early favourite to win the Premier League next season are currently trading at odds as short as 4/6, and there is certainly no each-way betting value there.
A team that does have a great chance of success in the Premier League next season is Liverpool, and several punters have already been laying some fair amounts of cash down on that team, and they are the second current favourite to win the title next season.
There is always the chance that any other team playing in the Premier League could go on to win the title, but those that are not the two listed below are available at some much higher odds, and I will not quickly run through just how high those odds currently are.
Tottenham in with a Chance at 14/1
If you are an avid fan and support or Tottenham then you will probably have already started to place bets on them to be crowned the champions of the Premier League next season, and if you have you have probably secured odds of around the 14/1 mark.
However, there are many diehard fans of teams such as Manchester United and Chelsea who will be more than happy to back either of those teams at the 25/1 odds that plenty of bookies, sportsbooks and betting sites and shops have them currently listed up at too.
Bigger Odds More Risk
It’s fair to say that the rest of the teams that are going to be playing in the Premier League are going to have to massively up their game if they are to be crowned the champions in that football league, however anything is possible in football.
The rest of the teams include the likes of Arsenal who are trading at or around the 40/1 and then the odds start to jump quite significantly on all other teams with Wolves at 150/1 and both Everton and Newcastle trading at odds of 200/1.
Leicester are not expected to do well next season or they are a 250/1 shot at this early stage of the betting and the same can also be said for West Ham at 500/1 and Crystal Palace, Bournemouth, Southampton and Watford who are all friendless in the betting at 1000/1.
Burnley, Aston Villa and Brighton are available at even bigger odds of 1500/1 and if you so desire for reason best known only to yourself you fancy the chance of Sheff Utd or Norwich, they are also vey easy to back at odds of 2000/1.