Champions 10-3 to retain Premier League trophy

THE 2016-17 Premier League title was only decided on Friday but eyes have already moved towards a fascinating season in store for next term with champions Chelsea 10-3 with Betway to retain the trophy.

Substitute Michy Batshuayi scored the only goal of the game at West Brom to seal the title for Antonio Conte’s men, who had been as big as 13-2 ante-post.

Such is the competitive nature of the Premier League, bet365 are only 11-4 Chelsea miss out on the top four next season and it’s 5-2 the field in the title betting with Manchester City favourites.

Manchester United are alongside Chelsea at 10-3 and Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho has an excellent record in his second season at clubs.

Mourinho landed the domestic league title and Champions League titles with Porto and Inter in his second season, La Liga with Real Madrid and the Premier League twice in different spells with Chelsea.

Tottenham come next at 9-1 but will have to play their home games at Wembley, while Liverpool are 11-1 and Arsenal can be backed at 16-1.

Match in Focus

15:00 Sa 25Nov

C Palace v Stoke

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Palace’s only five points of the season have come from their last three home games
Expert verdict
Things are slowly picking up for Crystal Palace, who have beaten Chelsea and drawn with West Ham and Everton in their last three games at Selhurst Park. A home clash with Stoke looks winnable for the Eagles as the Potters have conceded 20 goals in their last eight league matches.



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