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2017-18 Premier League Top 4 Finish odds

  • The race for places in the 2017-18 Premier League Top 4 is a close one
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Cesc Fabregas (right) of Chelsea looks dejected during a Champions League defeat (credit: Getty Images)

Chelsea are set to repeat their Premier League disappointment of two years ago – by following a title success with failure to qualify for the Champions League in the very next season.

Who will join Manchester City in the Premier League Top 4?


In 2015-16, the Blues got off to a poor start in their defence of the English crown, parted company with manager Jose Mourinho and eventually finished 10th in the table, below Southampton, West Ham and Stoke City.

This term, Antonio Conte’s side have struggled since the turn of 2018, with their Italian boss reported to be unhappy in the job, and they look set to end up fifth with direct entry to the Europa League group stage the best they can hope for in continental competition for 2018-19.

The top four looks set to include three of the same clubs as last season, with Manchester United knocking out Chelsea having improved considerably on all of their previous campaigns since manager Sir Alex Ferguson retired after capturing the title in 2013.

Since Ferguson vacated the Old Trafford hotseat, the Red Devils have finished seventh, fourth, fifth and sixth in that order, and this time have exceeded their previous points totals during that timeframe and are set to return to the top three.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho celebrates a European victory (Getty Images)
However, United have still not been able to throw down a title challenge to runaway champions Manchester City, who were assured of the trophy with five matches still to play.

Liverpool got furthest of the five English clubs in the 2017-18 Champions League and unless they collapse dramatically in the closing weeks of the season they will have another crack at Europe’s elite club competition next term.

They could yet overhaul their bitter North West rivals Manchester United for second position, with the top four likely to be completed by Tottenham Hotspur unless there is a sudden turnaround and they are caught and passed by Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger’s final season at Arsenal is highly unlikely to end with a top-four placing, with the Gunners having pinned their Champions League qualification hopes on winning the Europa League during the closing phase of the campaign, while no other challenger has emerged to threaten the ‘big six’ in the way shock champions Leicester City did in 2015-16.

2017-18 Premier League Top 4 Finish best odds


1st place - Manchester City
No offers - Manchester United
          1/50 Liverpool (BetStars)
          1/40 Tottenham Hotspur (BetStars)
          14/1 Chelsea (Betfair Sportsbook)
        500/1 Arsenal (Betfair Sportsbook)

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