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Punter wins big after predicting every winner of England's top five leagues

Punter wins big after predicting every winner of England's top five leagues

The bet was confirmed after Manchester City secured their fourth consecutive Premier League title.

A punter has scooped a five-figure sum after he predicted every winner of England's top five leagues.

Manchester City became the first men’s team in the history of English football to win four consecutive top-flight titles on Sunday after goals from Phil Foden [2] and Rodri secured a 3-1 victory over West Ham.

As a result of the Citizens finishing two points ahead of second-placed Arsenal, X user Joe Briant won a serious amount of money from a five-fold bet with odds of 2136.15/1.

Firstly, the punter predicted Chesterfield's title win in the National League this season. Paul Cook's side stormed the league by 12 points, despite losing four of their last five games.

Then, he touted Stockport County to continue their rise by backing them to win League Two at 6/1.

John Mousinho's Portsmouth were crowned champions of League One; something Joe predicted ahead of their 3-2 win over Barnsley on April 16 – a game that ensured their return to the Championship.

And finally, Leicester City's much-anticipated return to the Premier League after a one-year absence completed a bet that netted the punter a very tidy sum of £10,802.

Here is that betting slip in full:

On the subject of bets, another lucky punter won £31,000 after he placed an incredible 'first goalscorer' bet on the final day of the Premier League campaign.

X user Jonah made some bold predictions ahead of Sunday afternoon's fixtures.

He placed a £42 stake on Harvey Barnes, Jean-Philippe Mateta, Alexis Mac Allister, Phil Foden, Dejan Kulusevski, Gabriel Martinelli and Simon Adingra to score first in their respective games.

Barnes bagged the opener for Newcastle in their 4-2 win over Brentford, while in-form striker Jean-Philippe Mateta netted an early goal for Crystal Palace before they knocked another four past Aston Villa.

Liverpool midfielder Alexis Mac Allister also scored the opener in Jurgen Klopp's final game at Anfield and Phil Foden, who was recently named the Premier League's Player of the Season, found the net early on.

Image credit: X/@JonahSport
Image credit: X/@JonahSport

Gabriel Martinelli and Simon Adingra failed to score first for Arsenal and Brighton in their fixtures but after Dejan Kulusevski gave Spurs the lead at Bramall Lane. the punter cashed out at £31,589.

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Topics: Premier League, EFL Championship, League One, League Two, Theoddsbible