The 2022/23 Premier League is really starting to heat up as we enter the final 10 games of the season. Arsenal and Manchester City continue to battle it out for the title and there’s a right old bunfight at the bottom of the table to just survive.
But the game’s about so much more than plain old league positons, so Paddy’s traders have been bury rustling up some WhatOddsPaddy markets on some of the weird and wonderful potential outcomes this season.
Our shortest priced punt at the moment is Kevin De Bruyne to have 21+ EPL Assists & Break the single season record (12 assists so far). The Belgian is a long way off but, with City having 11 games to play and points to make up at the top of the table, you can expect the reigning champions to be in all-out attack until May.
If you fancy a Merseyside meltdown we’ve a price on Liverpool to finish Top 4 & Everton to be relegated. At the time of writing Liverpool are outside the top four places and The Toffees are just above the drop zone.
In another cross-town rivalry themed punt we’ve got Arsenal to win the Premier League, Tottenham to finish outside Top 4 & West Ham to be relegated. If the league was to finish at the time of writing this one would be paying out.
If you think it’s Manchester City’s year and that Manchester United might capitulate then Erling Haaland to score 40+ EPL goals (28 so far), Man City win the Premier League & Man Utd finish outside Top 4 is the punt for you. If you really, really think City are going to be unstoppable then Man City to win each of their next 11 EPL matches is a hefty price.
The trusty traders have also priced up 1 or more cards in each remaining EPL match, 1 or more goals in each remaining EPL match and 6 or more corners in each remaining EPL match.
The Gunners may have lost three games already this season but will they be invincible for the rest of their campaign to go on and wrap up the title? Arsenal to win 9 of their last 10 EPL matches & Draw to Man City at the Ethiad Stadium.
*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.