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Premier League 2023/24: Title race set to go down to the wire

The 2023/24 Premier League title race is shaping up to be a thriller, with three teams set to battle for supremacy over the final ten games this season.

Arsenal and Liverpool are level on points at the top of the standings, while reigning champions Manchester City are just one point adrift of that pair in third place.

Read on as we look at the remaining fixtures for each team and latest outright betting, before assessing who will emerge victorious at the end of the campaign.

Premier League 2023/24: Remaining Fixtures

  • Arsenal: Man City (A), Luton Town (H), Brighton & Hove Albion (A), Aston Villa (H), Wolverhampton Wanderers (A), Tottenham Hotspur (A), Chelsea (H), Bournemouth (H), Manchester United (A), Everton (H).
  • Liverpool: Brighton & Hove Albion (H), Sheffield United (H), Manchester United (A), Crystal Palace (H), Fulham (A), West Ham United (A), Tottenham Hotspur (H), Everton (A), Aston Villa (A), Wolverhampton Wanderers (H).
  • Manchester City: Arsenal (H), Aston Villa (H), Crystal Palace (A), Luton Town (H), Tottenham Hotspur (A), Nottingham Forest (A), Wolverhampton Wanderers (H), Brighton & Hove Albion (A), Fulham (A), West Ham United (H).

Premier League 2023/24 – Outright betting

The latest Premier League odds on the best soccer betting sites are as follows:

  • Manchester City – 6/5.
  • Liverpool – 2/1.
  • Arsenal – 11/4.


Having gone unbeaten in the league this year, Arsenal have established the perfect platform to win the Premier League title for the first time since 2003/04.

However, the way the Gunners folded under pressure on the run-in last term undoubtedly makes them a risky proposition from a betting perspective.

Their final ten matches this season are collectively the trickiest of the three title contenders, with their opponents collecting an average of 1.63 points per game this season.

Their game at Man City is guaranteed to be tough, while visits to Brighton, Wolves, Tottenham and Man United all have the potential to be tricky.

Arsenal should have little difficult picking up three points at home to Luton, Bournemouth and Everton, but Villa and Chelsea are potential banana skins.

While Mikel Arteta’s side have been in excellent form during 2024, maintaining that level of performance in the heat of a title race is easier said than done.

On that basis, Arsenal make limited appeal as a betting proposition and will likely have to wait a little longer to end their Premier League title drought.


Goal difference separates Arsenal and Liverpool at the top of the table, but the Reds’ easier run-in should help them overhaul the London side.

They have already played each of their title rivals at home and away, which potentially clears the way for them to clinch top spot at the end of the campaign.

A home game against Tottenham is the toughest of their remaining five fixtures at Anfield, but their schedule on the road is fraught with danger.

Their visit to Manchester United on April 7 could be pivotal to their hopes, particularly with the home side still chasing a top four finish.

The Red Devils knocked their Merseyside rivals out of the FA Cup last weekend and would love nothing more than to scupper their league title hopes.

Visits to Fulham, Everton, West Ham and Villa could all be troublesome, especially with each of those teams still having something to play for.

With injuries having plagued Liverpool throughout the season, finishing second in the table may be as good as it gets in Jurgen Klopp’s final year as manager.

Manchester City

After clinching the title in each of the previous three seasons, Manchester City know what it takes to get over the winning line in the Premier League.

A victory over Arsenal on March 31 would swing the title race in their favour and set them up nicely for an extremely favourable run-in.

Man City’s trickiest game other than the clash with the Gunners is a visit to Tottenham and a win there could be the decisive result on the run-in.

Home games against Villa, Luton, Wolves and West Ham will hold no fears for Pep Guardiola’s side, while the rest of their away fixtures are all winnable.

The only other potential hurdle standing in City’s way is their ongoing involvement in the Champions League and FA Cup, although they coped admirably with the workload last term.

The depth of their squad is better than each of their title rivals, while their experience of getting the job done should stand them in good stead over the next couple of months.

Odds of 6/5 are excellent value given Man City were much shorter in the betting at the start of the season and they are strongly fancied to make it four-in-a-row.

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