Who will lift the Premier League title?

This current Premier League season has already produced an abundance of drama and excitement up to the midway stage and there is plenty more to come after the clubs finish up doing their January transfer business.

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City stormed to a comfortable title triumph last campaign, smashing through any team in their way and securing silverware success with minimal problems.

Although, they find themselves a much tougher test this term, with both Merseyside outfit Liverpool and London challengers Tottenham Hotspur maintaining a strong start to proceedings.

It currently looks like a three-horse race towards the top-flight crown this campaign, but who will ultimately come out on top when the season comes to another thrilling conclusion?


Jurgen Klopp's Reds are currently flying high at the summit of the Premier League table, making fans dream of what could occur come May this year.

A first-ever Premier League title would see the highly-adored German coach cement his name in the club's already illustrious history, with many past bosses having tried and failed in that desired pursuit.

Liverpool are regarded as the odds-on 3/4 favourites in the Premier League betting to rally to a historic triumph outright this term and hold that trophy aloft at Anfield.

Supporters are truly believing this is finally their year after so many slip-ups and setbacks in previous campaigns, particularly with the squad that Klopp now possesses going into the second half of the season. So, could Liverpool finally get their hands on the Premier League title? Watch this space.

Manchester City 

Guardiola oversaw a hugely dominant title triumph with the Sky Blues last term but they haven't had it all their own way this current campaign.

The emergence of Klopp's dynamic Liverpool side has forced City into an interesting battle for the top tier crown and it's one that looks likely of going down to the wire.

Currently, the Manchester outfit can be backed at 6/5 to prevail ahead of the Reds but they are now trailing Klopp's in-form Merseyside outfit. European football may yet hinder the teams charging for the domestic honour, with the Champions League soon set to return as well. It will come down to which squad can maintain their form throughout the remainder of the campaign and avoid any damaging blows to their hopes in the coming weeks.


Mauricio Pochettino looked to have put Tottenham in a strong position to challenge this season, after past slip-ups of their own, but recent injury setbacks have cast doubts over their credentials long-term.

Harry Kane has long been the main man for the capital club but he was recently ruled out until at least March after sustaining a worrying ankle injury.

The January transfer window is, of course, open for Pochettino but it will be difficult to find a striker who can perform as consistently and inspire the Londoners as much as their current club captain does so often. Has Kane's injury damaged Spurs' title hopes? Time will tell.

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