Arsenal To Win The League Odds

Arsenal Odds To Win Premier League

Since the formation of the Premier League in 1992 Arsenal won the title three times, the last of which came back in the unbeaten 2002/2003 season for a group of players dubbed the ‘invincibles’. Arsenal fans have since been left frustrated with the lack of league silverware, and this season looks like another year will go by without a coveted fourth Premier League win.

If you want Arsenal odds to win Premier League then you might want to keep your hard earned money away from a league title win this season, with 125/1 (126.0) Arsenal to win the league odds available at Paddy Power.
To put it into perspective this season, second favourites Man Utd are 18/1 (19.0) to lift the title, that’s just how the season has panned out and it seems all but certain City will march on to a Premier League win.

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Arsenal Odds To Win Premier League

Before even a kick of the ball this season, bookmakers were in most cases backing Arsenal to win the league odds at 14/1 (15.0) – around fifth favourites below the likes of rivals Spurs and Chelsea.
This would have been frustrating to Gunners fans this past summer, and even more now that it’s proven to be correct, with the odds completely blown up to 125/1 at the halfway point in the season.
No doubt fans will be asking questions once again on progress being made by the club in Arsenal’s bid to win the Premier League again.

Premier League 17/18 Arsenal Odds

Gunners fans won’t like it and nor should they, but there’s even Arsenal to finish in the top 6 odds, and with the club floundering as low as 7th this season they will have to make sure they take bookmaker odds of 1/20 (1.05) and use it as inspiration to not give even more reason to protest against the running of the club. This kind of talk is hard to swallow considering Arsenal to win the league odds looking so bad and ultimately set to leave the club without a title victory for 15 years.

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