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Potential Invincibles have Bookies worried

November 1st, 2018 Football, Home, Media & Journalism, News & Events, Press Release

Bookmakers are fearing an “Invincible” Premier League season with three teams still able to go unbeaten this term.

Last season, champions Manchester City did not lose until January when Liverpool got the better of them, but and at that time they were as little as 5/1.

This term, despite being in November and there is more than just City to worry about with title rivals Liverpool and Chelsea also yet to taste defeat in the Premier League – indeed this is the first time in Premier League history that three sides have gone this far without defeat.

Bookies are now reporting that Punters are jumping into all three clubs going undefeated and becoming the first Invincibles since Arsenal in 2004.

City have now come into 12/1 and are favourites to go unbeaten, but Liverpool are not far behind them at 20/1 – of the three Chelsea are believed to have the least chance at 50/1.

OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton said: “The unbeaten or ‘Invincibles’ market is an intriguing one.

“The Bookmakers were really fearing City last season before losing to Liverpool in January, but now they again believe it could happen.

“City and Liverpool are firm favourites for the Premier League title, and if their form that then 12/1 for City and 20/1 for Liverpool will not be around for long.

“Indeed, Chelsea’s 50/1 will also be cut very soon.

“If you can’t make your mind up then you can get 6/1 on any of the three being unbeaten – which looks a decent offer at this stage.”

Selected odds:
Any Premier League side to go all season unbeaten – 6/1
Man City to go all season unbeaten – 12/1
Liverpool to go all season unbeaten – 20/1
Chelsea to go all season unbeaten – 50/1

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