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Latest Betting On City Lifting Silverware 2011/12

Latest Betting On City Lifting Silverware 2011/12

Are you looking forward to the new season? I know I am hence the reason why I've scoured the Internet in an effort to bring Vital Manchester City readers the very latest odds on City winning both the Premier League and Champions League titles.

Players, backroom staff and Manchester City's management are currently enjoying their summer break but that doesn't stop the clock ticking down until the start of season 2011/12. While many of us have been slapping on the suntan lotion the bookies have been busy drawing up their odds on the Citizens winning a major trophy.

Prior to publishing this article I researched various sites including Ladbrokes, Paddy Power Bet365, William Hill and Coral. One thing I found was in the main there doesn't appear to be a great deal of difference from one betting company to the next

Champions League

Last seasons Champions League winners Barcelona are, as you would imagine favourites to lift the trophy two years in a row. Ladbrokes will offer you 3/1. Beaten finalists Manchester United are 6/1 while Real Madrid are 7/1. Next come Chelsea at 8/1 while fifth favourites, Manchester City are 10/1. Next come Arsenal (16/1) then AC Milan and Inter Milan at 20/1.

Premier League

Bet365 appear to be offering the best Barclays Premier League odds.

Manchester United - 7/4
Chelsea - 5/2
Manchester City - 7/2
Arsenal - 15/2
Liverpool - 10/1
Tottenham - 50/1

Betting companies via our adverts on Vital Manchester City often allow free bets for new account holders. Well worth clicking on the ads and taking a look.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:danielqpr
Date:Tuesday June 28 2011
Time: 11:11AM

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