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Premier League Top 4 odds

Premier League Top 4

English Premier League 2018 top 4

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The 2016/2017 campaign was filled with some thrilling encounters and nail-biting finishes and surely, upcoming Premier League campaign will be no different. 2017/2018 Premier League campaign is set to commence on 12th August 2017 and will end on 13th May 2018. Twenty teams will battle it out to lift the league title. Three promoted teams from EFL will join the remaining 17 teams. In total 380 matches will be played by twenty teams in the league. As EPL is the most competitive football league in the world, it's difficult to predict beforehand that who will finish in the top four.

Keeping in mind the previous seasons' form and statistics, the following teams have realistic chances of achieving the top 4 positions in the league.

Chelsea:

In 2016/2017 season, Chelsea was just unstoppable. When Antonio Conte was appointed as manager last season, no one would have expected that Chelsea will dominate the EPL for the whole season. Their supremacy is shown by the fact that they have been top of the table ever since the 11th week of 2016/2017 campaign. Spurs was the only team who were close to them though in truth, Chelsea was in cruise control in the league this past season.

In the upcoming season, Chelsea will still be a force to be reckoned with as Antonio Conte will look to build upon the exploits of last season.  The club will be without the services of Diego Costa, as he is set to depart to Chinese League. The manager will head to transfer market to add a defender and a goal poacher to his star-studded roster. As Antonio Conte's Juventus CV represents, he is a manager who would give stability to this side and could deliver long-term success. Chelsea is red hot favorites for the title championship.

Manchester City:

After Manchester City hierarchy appointed Pep Guardiola as team manager, many people expected him to deliver instant silverware- perhaps too soon. Football pundits were saying that Pep's team will hit the ground running in his first season as Man City's boss but after winning after 6 league games on the bounce, the bubble of expectations was finally burst. Only top 4 finish and Champions League elimination in the round of 16 meant Pep could not live up to the expectations in his first season.

With the new season set to start in August, Pep is likely to add more big names to his squad. Few additions to attack and defense coupled with Pep's beautiful yet deadly footballing philosophy, Manchester City will make it difficult for other title contenders.

Manchester United:

Jose Mourinho's side struggled from the outset in past season. People had huge expectations from them but inconsistency hindered their progress in the league. Ibrahimovic came for free while they broke the bank for the services of Paul Pogba. While the former played brilliantly whole season, the latter could not really justify his big money signing.

However, in the upcoming campaign, they will look to stabilize the club and perform more consistently. The club has huge financial standing in world football and they will use those resources to add more quality to their squad. Jose Mourinho's second season has always been good for the teams he has managed before Manchester United stint. They will make it to the top 4 this season.

Tottenham Hotspur:

Spurs had a brilliant 2016/2017 season. They were the only team who pushed Chelsea all the way till the end. Mauricio Pochettino has done a very good job with his team. In 2017/2018 season they would want to continue their steady progress and challenge for the title but they just cannot compete with Man City and Man United financially. Harry Kane and Delle Ali will be key for them in the upcoming campaign. They have the squad to compete in EPL and will easily finish in top 4.