The Premier League is back and it’s going to be a season like no other, so strap yourself in — turbulence is expected and things are about to get bumpy again!
LV BET will once again be bringing you massive markets and weekly specials from every game, so let’s take a look at what’s ahead on the opening weekend.
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The predictions are in, signings have been made and now the stage is set.
But there’s one thing everyone should be aware of — the Premier League opening day usually throws up a shock result or two.
It all starts on Friday night as Crystal Palace host Arsenal, and after an error-ridden 3-0 defeat at the end of last season, the Gunners have to get it right this time.
Despite a great summer, we have Mikel Arteta’s men at 33/1 (34.00) to win the league.
Again, we make Manchester City the title favourites at 3.5 (1.60) but they have a demanding first day assignment.
Heading to West Ham, LV BET are offering 7/20 (1.35) on the champions to start with victory.
Liverpool sent out a message in the Community Shield triumph last week. Their season starts with a trip to a Fulham side who hasn’t impressed their manager Marco Silva, with quite a slow summer on the transfer front.
Chelsea’s summer has been one of highs and lows as the new owners get their feet under the table.
There still are gaping holes in the Blues and that’s reflected in our title price of 16/1 (17.00).
Unlike last summer, you won’t find too many people who think Manchester United can win the title.
Tottenham Hotspur are one of a few clubs who have really impressed with their business.
Spurs face Southampton and are 3.8 (1.38) to get off to a winning start.
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*Odds subject to change. Odds correct at time of publishing