Final Premier League table according to bets placed

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We can reveal how the final Premier League table will look come next May, based on bets placed by Ladbrokes customers.

After chatting to our trading department and getting a full analysis of where you’ve been putting your money, all could change at the top of the table.

Liverpool come out on top with a whopping 36% of bets placed on the Reds to win their first title since 1990. You’ve been backing Unai Emery to get off to a great start at Arsenal, too.

The Gunners have garnered over 14% of all outright stakes. Unsurprisingly, at odds of 8/11, Man City have bagged just over 6% of bets.

Final Premier League Table (% of bets placed)

  1. Liverpool – (36.19%)
  2. Arsenal – (14.65%)
  3. Man United – (9.16%)
  4. Tottenham – (6.60%)
  5. Man City – (6.19%)
  6. Chelsea – (5.58%)
  7. West Ham – (4.62%)
  8. Wolves – (3.89%)
  9. Everton – (2.01%)
  10. Fulham – (1.94%)
  11. Newcastle – (1.63%)
  12. Cardiff – (1.34%)
  13. Leicester – (1.23%)
  14. Burnley – (0.92%)
  15. Brighton – (0.90%)
  16. Crystal Palace – (0.75%)
  17. Huddersfield – (0.72%)
  18. Watford – (0.65%)
  19. Southampton – (0.64%)
  20. Bournemouth – (0.40%)

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Liverpool are the value team this season and punters clearly think Klopp’s side are capable of going all the way.”

“The three promoted sides looks safe as far as punters are concerned, but it looks as though it’ll be a tough season down on the south coast.”

Who did you back?

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All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication

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Cian Carroll

Starting life as a football columnist for his local paper in Dundalk, Cian has written for a number of media outlets with pieces published in The Birmingham Mail and Spain’s El Mundo Deportivo. A lover of football, GAA, boxing, rugby and MMA, he’s a big Aston Villa and Dundalk fan. He can be regularly spotted on various mountain tops.