The quest for the Premier League title was seen by bookmakers as a two-horse race that saw reigning champions Manchester City and Liverpool separate from the rest.

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Manchester City, who have won four of the last five Premier League titles, are favorites in Caesars Sportsbooks to win again at -165. Liverpool, who finished second last season, has +200.

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According to the bookies, the gap between the top two clubs and the rest of the table is significant. Man City and Liverpool are the only two teams with single digit odds. Tottenham with +1400 and Chelsea with +1600 follow them, but by a wide margin. Tottenham, however, have attracted the most bets and have been the most title bettors on Caesars Sportsbook, but beating Manchester City will be a difficult task.

Manchester City added elite striker Erling Haaland in the off-season, bolstering an already strong Pep Guardiola squad that scored 93 points en route to last year’s title. It was the sixth-most points in league history. However, Liverpool finished just one point away and beat Man City in the FA Community Shield last week.

Arsenal, which starts the season on Friday against Crystal Palace, is +2800 and Manchester United is +3500. According to sports betting archive Sportsoddshistory.com, odds for Manchester United’s pre-season title are the highest they’ve been in a decade.

Bournemouth and Fulham, at 1500-1 and 1000-1 respectively, are the longest shots on the Caesars Sportsbook board.