Premiership Betting Odds 09/10

August 11th, 2009 by Simon

The new Premiership season gets underway at last this weekend and finally it is business as usual. There are many questions waiting to be answered upon the start of the new 09/10 Premiership and football betting fans will be rubbing their hands in anticipation.

Will Man Unt retain their crown after the departing of Ronaldo and Tevez? Is Liverpool ready to step-up to the plate and begin a new red-dominance? Can Chelsea finally bury the ghost of José Mourinho and claim the Premiership title as their own once again? Is Arsenal’s attractive style of football enough to win the Premiership? Can Hull City once again defy the odds and survive? Do Burnley, Wolves and Birmingham have what it takes to stay in the league? Of course all this and more will be played out on the World’s greatest football stage that is the English Premiership.

The Premiership Betting Odds Season 09/10

Position Last Year : 4th
Arsene Wenger is still trying to recapture that winning way that saw them lift the Premiership 5 years ago without losing a match. Have looked impressive pre-season.
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Aston Villa
Position Last Year : 6th
Having twice finished in 6th place in the last two seasons, Villa will be looking to make a hefty challenge to push into the top four. Strong starters.
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Birmingham City
Position Last Year : Promoted as Runners-Up
City’s main aim will be Premiership survival by the time the end of the season comes around. Will be hard to beat at home. May not be enough though.
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Blackburn Rovers
Position Last Year : 15th
Big Sam had to play a hatchet job to keep Rovers season from crumbling last year, mid-table at best, could be a relegation contender.
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Bolton Wanderers
Position Last Year : 13th
Gary Megson needs victories early in this campaign or he could see his side in for another turbulent season.
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Position Last Year : Promoted from Play-Off
Premiership new boys will be looking to avoid the tag of ‘whupping boys’, not much really expected from Burnley, expect to be part of the relegation battle.
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Position Last Year : 3rd
Looking to make a strong challenge for the title with no-nonsense Carlo Ancelotti in charge. Powerful squad with a strong backbone in defence and midfield.
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Position Last Year : 5th
Everton did well last year with a limited squad, they’ll need that same belief again as no big names have entered through the gates of Goodison in the summer.
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Position Last Year : 7th
Achieved their best ever finish in the Premiership last season, and looking for a re-run of the same this year, Europe might get in the way though.
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Hull City
Position Last Year : 17th
Incredibly, survived the drop only thanks to their good start last year, need more of the same or look doomed for relegation this time around.
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Position Last Year : 2nd
Liverpool need to compete from the start this year, be ruthless at home and formidable away and they might, just might, clinch the title at last.
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Manchester City
Position Last Year : 10th
Big signing City have been the team hording the headlines during the summer. But new faces take time to settle, top 5 finish could be on the cards.
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Manchester United
Position Last Year : 1st
Suffered a few of their big name players moving on during the summer, however, this is a pedigree squad that have experience to dig out the results that make champions.
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Position Last Year : 14th
Another club that could find themselves with a Premiership dog fight come the end of the season. Need those priceless victories at home for survival.
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Stoke City
Position Last Year : 12th
Stoke proved last season that if you play to your strengths then anything is possible. Expect a repeat dose this season, although no longer shock troops like last year.
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Position Last Year : 16th
Home victories will be ever-so important for Sunderland to remain a Premiership club this year. Their lack of goals might be a season too far for them though.
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Tottenham Hotspur
Position Last Year : 8th
Can Spurs finally live up to their pre-season hype? Normally, slow out of the blocks and early defeats crush confidence quickly down White Hart Lane way.
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West Ham United
Position Last Year : 9th
Zola has admitted that he needs more quality players in his squad. The Hammers have enough to find mid-table safety but wouldn’t expect anything more than that.
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Wigan Athletic
Position Last Year : 11th
Wigan are turning into a formidable, strong, hard to beat side. Now add the spice of new manager, Roberto Martinez, and you could see them making the top 10.
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Wolverhampton Wanderers
Position Last Year : Promoted as Champions
Wolves, hope it’s third time lucky as they try to adjust to the Premiership needs, at best expect a mid-table finish from McCarthy’s men, at worst – relegation.
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