2020/2021 English Premier League

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NYRB

Premiership Player
Oct 6, 2011
3,903
1,476
Auckland, New Zealand
AFL Club
GWS
Other Teams
Patriots, Perth Glory, Wildcats
The Premier League deserves its own thread. With the season kicking off next week here are the outright odds;

Man City $1.72
Liverpool $3.70
Chelsea $15
Man Utd $23
Arsenal $44
Spurs $85
Leeds United $200
Leicester $330
Everton $410
Wolves $430
Burnley, Crystal Palace, Newcastle, Sheffield United, West Brom, West Ham, Aston Villa, Fulham $1000
Brighton, Southampton $1001
 

NYRB

Premiership Player
Oct 6, 2011
3,903
1,476
Auckland, New Zealand
AFL Club
GWS
Other Teams
Patriots, Perth Glory, Wildcats
Mahrez and Laporte apparently tested positive for Covid 19.


Reckon that influences their odds with the start of fixtures this weekend.
 

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Bazza97

Premiership Player
Nov 17, 2016
3,789
3,794
Melbourne
AFL Club
Melbourne
First bet of the EPL 20/21 season, gone with Arsenal to win and over 1.5 goals $2.10 TAB. Fulham just been promoted, I'm thinking Arsenal should be good for a couple goals at least I reckon and will get it done.
 

GROTTO

Hall of Famer
Jul 5, 2013
45,665
52,450
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The Premier League deserves its own thread. With the season kicking off next week here are the outright odds;

Man City $1.72
Liverpool $3.70
Chelsea $15
Man Utd $23
Arsenal $44
Spurs $85
Leeds United $200
Leicester $330
Everton $410
Wolves $430
Burnley, Crystal Palace, Newcastle, Sheffield United, West Brom, West Ham, Aston Villa, Fulham $1000
Brighton, Southampton $1001
These odds are a great reflection of what would happen to the AFL if there was no cap restrictions.

Sure, on the rare occasion a rank outsider will win it, but generally speaking it almost always will come from the Top 4. The rest have almost zero chance.

Mind you, all it would take is a billionaire to win you the title even if you are a middle of the road team.
 

iluvparis

Hall of Famer
Apr 1, 2005
35,028
27,642
AFL Club
Carlton
Other Teams
Calgary Flames, Man Utd
These odds are a great reflection of what would happen to the AFL if there was no cap restrictions.

Sure, on the rare occasion a rank outsider will win it, but generally speaking it almost always will come from the Top 4. The rest have almost zero chance.

Mind you, all it would take is a billionaire to win you the title even if you are a middle of the road team.
As a Carlton fan - Im ok with this.
 

NYRB

Premiership Player
Oct 6, 2011
3,903
1,476
Auckland, New Zealand
AFL Club
GWS
Other Teams
Patriots, Perth Glory, Wildcats
These odds are a great reflection of what would happen to the AFL if there was no cap restrictions.

Sure, on the rare occasion a rank outsider will win it, but generally speaking it almost always will come from the Top 4. The rest have almost zero chance.

Mind you, all it would take is a billionaire to win you the title even if you are a middle of the road team.

Leicester City says 'Hi'
 

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NYRB

Premiership Player
Oct 6, 2011
3,903
1,476
Auckland, New Zealand
AFL Club
GWS
Other Teams
Patriots, Perth Glory, Wildcats
Reckon Harry Kane scores a goal tonight against Everton. You won't get juicy odds like this at odds against.


Has scored 9 goals in his past 9 matches against Everton.
 

GROTTO

Hall of Famer
Jul 5, 2013
45,665
52,450
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Blackburn to be fair did have stronger form than Leicester City when it won the title. Alas they aren't the power they used to be.

Still waiting for the documentary on the triumph of Leicester.
Did supporters see the Blackburn potential coming?

I know Leicester's performance was literally like a holy miracle. No one saw or predicted it.
 

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