Who are the favourites to win the 22/23 Premier League title?

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With less than a month to go to the start of the 2022/23 Premier League season, there will be many fans from all over the world that will be getting excited about witnessing some of the best football teams in action once again.

Of course, we have already seen a number of sides back on the pitch in regard to preseason preparation, but with these games being far from exciting at times, some will be quite happy to wait until the first weekend of August.

It has been a long summer for many as we have not had the major summer competition that we would typically have as the 2022 FIFA World Cup has been pushed back to take place in the winter.

Nonetheless, this summer has given some football fans the opportunity to watch the Women’s UEFA Euro 2022 competition; a tournament that suffered its own postponement and was supposed to initially take place last year.

However, with Premier League football on the horizon, the order has been restored and there will be fans who will be extremely excited about what is to come in the upcoming season. Indeed, so many punters have been left incredibly excited that they have already been looking for signup offers and betting bonuses for UK sportsbooks that will give them the very best offers when wagering on England’s top-flight.

With this in mind, we thought we would quickly take a look at who will be the favourites to win the 2022/23 Premier League campaign, although for many, they probably feel that they already know who it is…

For as long as Manchester City are able to have Pep Guardiola in charge and spend millions in bringing players like Erling Haaland and Kalvin Phillips to bolster a squad in which they have actually allowed stars like Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling go, the Citizens will always be considered the main contender.

Indeed, it is hard to go against them, but Liverpool has also managed to strengthen their options, despite losing Sadio Mane to FC Bayern this summer. They have added Darwin Nunez to the squad, with the South American proving that he can find the back of the net with some regularity.

Could we see any other clubs challenge for the title? It is unlikely, but Chelsea may be the best of the rest in this regard. The Blues are looking to add players to their team, but without having found their own striker with the golden touch, they could still be some distance behind City and the Reds.