When the Premier League returns, fans of the fog country may be interested in some of the attractive odds that the Ladbrokes bookmaker offers.
MU won more points than Liverpool
Liverpool only need 2 more victories to guarantee the championship, but they have suffered 4 defeats in the last 6 matches in all competitions.
Therefore, MU has an odds of 9/4 (4 to 9) for the ability to win more points than Liverpool in the Premier League in the remaining 9 matches.
Aubameyang scored 10 or more goals
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has a odds of 10/1 to score 10 or more goals in the next 10 matches in the Premier League.
The striker has scored 17 goals in 26 appearances for Arsenal since the beginning of the season, so the ability to speak is unlikely.
Liverpool scored 105 points
Liverpool are currently leading the table with 82 points after 29 games. Banker Ladbrokes gives fans a 10/3 odds when Liverpool finish the season with 105 points or more.
Sheffield United rank above Arsenal
Arsenal are currently in the middle of the group after winning only 9 of the 28 matches. Sheffield United are in seventh position with more than 2 points and have the odds of 11/3 to have the final rank on Mikel Arteta’s teachers and students.
Aguero scored 10 or more goals
Sergio Aguero has had 16 goals this season and the Man City star has an odds of 10/1 to score 10 or more goals in the remaining 10 matches.
Rumors have it that Mauricio Pochettino has received a good offer to return to the Premier League to lead Newcastle.
Ladbrokes offered a 10/1 odds for the former Tottenham boss to take power at St. James Park.
Leicester are ahead of Man City
Leicester is 4 points away from the second team of Man City, but Pep Guardiola’s teachers and students still have a match.
With the top scorer Jamie Vardy scoring the list, Leicester have the odds of 12/1 to place on the final Man City and Vardy won the Golden Boot.
Assisted by De Bruyne
Kevin De Bruyne has a ratio of 20/1 to make 10 more assists or more in the remaining 10 matches. Before that, he boasted 62 assists and 31 goals in 146 matches.
The host did not win
The first two games back are Aston Villa vs Sheffield United and Man City vs Arsenal. Those fans who think there will be no home win for both will get the odds of 16/5.
The trio scored for Liverpool
So far, Liverpool scored an average of 2.28 goals per game this season, with 66 goals and 21 times conceding.
Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane have 5/1 to score over 20 goals in the remaining matches.