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Bookies Offer 250/1 Against City Winning Title

Bookmakers williamhill.com are offering punters 250/1 against Manchester City winning the 2008/09 Premier League title.

Yet again, the so-called Premier League top four clubs are favourites to win next season's title race with Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool leading the way, however, there must be a time when their monopoly over the trophy has to end.

If this is to happen who do you think will be next seasons dark horses? Perhaps Sven and his players could pull out the almost impossible and give them a run for their money.

What do you think? Will City capitalise and finish higher than last seasons ninth position.

Selected odds, courtesy of williamhill.com

Manchester United - 11/10

Chelsea - 9/4

Arsenal - 7/2

Liverpool - 13/2

Tottenham - 66/1

Aston Villa - 100/1

Newcastle - 200/1

Manchester City - 250/1



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 20 2008

Time: 9:43AM

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Villa went from 16th to 11th to 6th. You do the maths, we'll be 1st next season, honest, that is how football works! :o)
The Fear
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20/05/2008 11:35:00

Erm, yeah, right!
Tudor
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20/05/2008 11:39:00

Its a bet i am willing to do god only knows what is going to happen i wonder what the odds are for us to finish in the top5
dunne deal
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20/05/2008 13:16:00

thats a little bit fustrating now the odds for newcastle are lower than us well i personally think that is wrong anyway
dunne deal
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20/05/2008 13:17:00

As you will appreciate dunne deal various bookies offer their own odds. Only this morning I took the above from the William Hill website. No doubt they will change a zillion times prior to the start of next season.
Tudor
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20/05/2008 13:22:00

I don't know about who will break into the top four but my tip for teams who will struggle next season are Newcastle and Pompey.
alphieblues
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20/05/2008 15:06:00

i dont no about pompey i think them winning the fa cup will give them a boost
dunne deal
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21/05/2008 12:04:00

Thats quite good odds, being as we started 3 to 1 to get relegated by ladbrokes. last season
Buzz Lightyear
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22/05/2008 08:03:00

alphie is right Newcastle will be bottom half next season again methinks.
eastneydave
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23/05/2008 12:56:00

 

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