In this article, we check out the Premier League outright Title Winner, Top Four and Relegation odds as we look at the 2022/23 season.
In midweek, Brighton and Aston Villa boosted their European hopes, Leeds increased their chances of staying up, Nottingham Forest and Leicester decreased theirs and one game finished goalless.
For the fourth time in a row, Chelsea’s meeting with Liverpool played out to a 0-0 draw. Havertz had a goal ruled out for offside.
Villa won 2-1 at Leicester. Ollie Watkins scored his sixth goal in six successive away games to put his side ahead; Harvey Barnes’ superb strike saw Leicester level; Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall was sent off after two yellow cards; Bertrand Traore fired home late winner.
Over at Elland Road, Luis Sinisterra and Jack Harrison inspire a first-half Leeds comeback to floor Nottingham Forest.
Orel Mangala’s opener cancelled out as Leeds climb up to 13th in Premier League; Forest sit above relegation zone on goal difference.
At the vitality Stadium, goals from teenagers Evan Ferguson and Julio Enciso moved Brighton to within four points of Tottenham in fourth; Roberto De Zerbi’s side play Spurs on Saturday.
Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville have both predicted that Everton will avoid relegation under Sean Dyche this season.
As per by Football Daily, Carragher said: “Everton won’t go down, Everton won’t go down.
“There’s no team that I think are actually showing their fight and spirit and you need more than that, you need goals.
“You look at the remaining fixtures, they are tough but I can assure you now, when you’re playing against Everton, every team will think it’s going to be a tough game.
“And that is what I have said on this show for the last ten years. Everton are always going to be a physical, powerful team, that get set pieces, and every time someone plays against Everton, they say, ‘do you want to play against Everton, that’s going to be a tough game.’
Neville replied: “Look, I think Sean Dyche is doing everything he can, but his top goalscorer has got four goals, that could be a real problem.
“These players could do brilliantly, the manager could do brilliantly, but because of a lack of centre-forward, it still could be a real issue for them and land them in trouble.
“I agree with you I don’t think they will go down, but because of that, it’s an issue.”
Jamie Carragher previously took a dig at Gary Neville’s prediction that Manchester United would finish SECOND in the Premier League, claiming the Red Devils are ‘in a real fight to be in the top-four’, commenting on the matter after Newcastle beat Nottingham Forest.
‘What that result does is it brings Manchester United into the pack in terms of the top four positions,’ Carragher told on Sky Sports.
‘I think for a long time we’ve felt that Manchester United were guaranteed to be in the top four.
‘Gary [Neville] even went as far to say they’d finish second – but now it looks like they’re in a real fight to be in the top four, especially with Newcastle playing Manchester United next.’
Neville, didn’t acknowledge the subtle dig, adding: ‘[Compared to] the clear run Newcastle have got to the end of the season, United progressing further in the FA Cup, progressing in the Europa League, makes it more difficult for them.’
‘Plus, the fact they’ve got Casemiro suspended for the next four matches, we all know there’s a big difference between United with and without Casemiro.
‘So, from that point of view, Newcastle, now with those two wins, are in a position whereby they will have a real go at it.
‘I still think Liverpool, Tottenham and United have got a little bit more experience, but Newcastle, if they start playing well again, this is the right time now to hit form with 10 or 11 games to go.
‘But there is still a long way to go, 13 games before tonight, a third of the season.
‘Eddie Howe won’t be getting carried away, but he’ll be much more confident after these last five or six days.’
Premier League Winner 22/23 odds (via Sky Bet) – 5 April ’23 Arsenal – 8/11 Manchester City – 11/10 Newcastle – 750/1 Manchester Utd – 1000/1
Premier League Top 4 Finish 22/23 odds (via Sky Bet) – 5 April ’23 Manchester Utd – 2/7 Newcastle – 4/9 Tottenham – 9/4 Brighton – 7/2 Liverpool – 7/2 Aston Villa – 66/1 Brentford – 100/1 Chelsea – 750/1 Fulham – 2000/1
Premier League Relegation 22/23 odds (via Sky Bet) – 26 Mar ’23 Southampton – 1/4 Nottingham Forest – 4/7 Bournemouth – 5/6 Leicester – 13/8 Everton – 2/1 Wolves – 7/2 Leeds – 13/2 West Ham – 8/1 Crystal Palace – 12/1 Fulham – 2000/1 Chelsea – 2500/1