Chelsea Odds to Win Premier League 2019/20
Chelsea to win the league odds are way back at around 25/1 (26.00), which is understandable considering the loss of Eden Hazard and a two-window transfer ban. Manchester City are the overwhelming favourites to march to a third successive Premier League title with odds of 2/3 (1.66).
Blues fans are consigned to not doing any transfer window business due to that ban, but the hope will be the new manager can galvanise a talented mix of experience and youth to another strong charge in 2019/20.
|Club||Premier League Winner Odds||Probability|
|Manchester City||2/3 (1.66)||60.24%|
|Tottenham Hotspur||16/1 (17.00)||5.88%|
|Manchester United||25/1 (26.00)||3.85%|
Chelsea Premier League Fixtures 2019/2020
Chelsea can make a real statement of intent from day one as the Premier League fixtures 2019/20 have thrown up an opening day clash against Manchester United (August 8th). Following that Chelsea have three very winnable looking games against Leicester (August 17th), Norwich City (August 24th) and Sheffield United (August 31st).
Some key dates to look out for as the Premier League fixtures come thick and fast are Chelsea vs Liverpool (September 21st), Manchester City vs Chelsea (November 23rd), Tottenham vs Chelsea (December 21st) as well as Arsenal vs Chelsea (December 28th).
Chelsea Premier League Odds Next Season
It’s expected that Chelsea will be among the outsiders to win the Premier League again next season, but in all honesty it would be a surprise to see them any higher than third or fourth favourites considering their direct rivals are strengthening with world-class talent. The Blues will hope to have more success upon their return to the Champions League, potentially taking inspiration from the likes of Ajax and arch-rivals Spurs from last season.
Chelsea Premier League Table
Chelsea finished last season in a very credible third place in the Premier League table, clinching Champions League football, despite also doing so in winning the Europa League. The Blues will do well to repeat the same feat once again, with Hazard gone and transfer business unlikely due to the ban.