Liverpool Will Win The Premier League According To % Of Bets Made
If the 2018/19 Premier League winners were based on who punters genuinely believe will lift the trophy come May next year, then Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool will be crowned the champions of England.
According to the total % of bets made in recent weeks, the Reds will lift the title at Anfield after their final Premier League fixture against Wolves on May 12.
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That's right. Klopp's side have been decisive in this transfer window, snapping up the likes of Fabinho and Naby Keita, but can they actually win it?
Ladbrokes have revealed the table in full, with Arsenal coming in second and Jose Mourinho's Manchester United side making up the top three.
Current champions Manchester City, on the other hand, will lag behind in fourth place despite their dominant performance in the league last season, while West Ham and Tottenham make up the top six.
Chelsea may be doing bits in the transfer window of late, especially with the capture of midfielder Jorginho, who impressed on his debut against Perth on Monday afternoon, but they will sit behind newly promoted Wolves in the final standings, according to % of bets made.
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If you look at other end of the table, not one of the newly promoted sides feature, but Chris Hughton's Brighton will suffer relegation alongside Watford and Bournemouth.
It's certainly interesting to see who punters are putting their money on, this season.
Predicted Premier League table according to % of bets:
- Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) July 25, 2018
Thoughts on the above standings? Can Liverpool actually defy the odds and win their first league title in 28 years?
I mean, the last time they won the title, Peter Schmeichel signed for Manchester United, won it five times, retired, had a son, who has since won the Premier League with Leicester in 2016.
Let us know in the comments below
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