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Man City’s Title Run-in Has Now Begun

Manchester City have already started the season strong and will be looking to win the English Premier League for the fourth consecutive campaign. They also won in 2022/23, 2021/22, and 2020/21.

They are currently at the top of the table above second-place Tottenham Hotspur, and if they can continue with their current form, there’s a good chance they could go all the way and win another Premier League title. Let’s take a closer look at their chances of winning the league right here.

Can Manchester City win the 2023/24 English Premier League outright?

If you want to know what kind of chance (or implied probability rate) Manchester City, the current reigning champions, have of winning the 2023/24 English Premier League campaign, and you live in India, you’ve come to the right place.

The best thing to do, if you’re 18 years old or above, would be to visit the official 10CRIC10.com sports betting site – India’s number-one iGaming site that has some of the industry’s most competitive odds and over 1,000 online casino games from multiple top-tier software providers and game development studios.

To see today’s Manchester City odds, click on the 10CRIC sports products and then search for the English Premier League betting markets. For example, if you decide to have a flutter right now on Manchester City to win the Premier League outright, bettors are likely to get average decimal odds of around 1.52.

This means that Manchester City have a 65.80% IPR (implied probability rate) of actually achieving this. If you’re unfamiliar with decimal odds, 1.52 is the equivalent of 13/25 in fractional odds and -192 in American/moneyline odds. Let’s have a look at how the other teams compare:

Second odds-on favourite team: Arsenal. Odds: 6.50 (decimal), 11/2 (fractional), +550 (American/moneyline). IPR: 15.40%
Third odds-on favourite team: Liverpool. Odds: 6.50 (decimal), 11/2 (fractional), +550 (American/moneyline). IPR: 15.40%
Fourth odds-on favourite team: Tottenham Hotspur. Odds: 17.00 (decimal), 16/1 (fractional), +1,600 (American/moneyline). IPR: 5.90%
Fifth odds-on favourite team: Newcastle United. Odds: 41.00 (decimal), 40/1 (fractional), +4,000 (American/moneyline). IPR: 2.40%

Don’t forget that online sports betting odds are subject to change at any time. In other words, although accurate at the time of writing, these odds can change a great deal between now and the end of the 2023/24 campaign.

Are Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League, and if so, do they also stand a good chance at winning that?

Yes. Manchester City are in Group G of the UEFA Champions League. Also in this group are RB Leipzig, Young Boys, and Red Star Belgrade. They are also the bookies’ odds-on favourite team to win the Champions League outright for a second year in a row. Let’s take a closer look at the odds:

Odds-on favourite team: Manchester City. Odds: 3.00 (decimal), 2/1 (fractional), +200 (American/moneyline). IPR: 33.30%
Second odds-on favourite team: Bayern Munich. Odds: 6.00 (decimal), 5/1 (fractional), +500 (American/moneyline). IPR: 16.70%
Third odds-on favourite team: Arsenal. Odds: 9.00 (decimal), 8/1 (fractional), +800 (American/moneyline). IPR: 11.10%
Fourth odds-on favourite team: Real Madrid. Odds: 9.00 (decimal), 8/1 (fractional), +800 (American/moneyline). IPR: 11.10%
Fifth odds-on favourite team: Barcelona. Odds: 11.00 (decimal), 10/1 (fractional), +1,000 (American/moneyline). IPR: 9.10%

Although they are currently second in Group G of the UEFA Champions League, they are equal on points (3) with RB Leipzig and equal on Goal Difference (+2).

Man City are the favourites to win their group and are currently priced at around 1.10 (decimal odds), 1/10 (fractional odds), and -1,000 (American/moneyline odds). In other words, they have a whopping 90.90% IPR of winning their group.

Upcoming fixtures

On Wednesday, October 4th, Manchester City play their second UEFA Champions Leaguegroup stage match. This time, they are away to RB Leipzig. They return for English Premier League action on Sunday, October 8th, when they host Arsenal at home.

On October 21st, they are at home to Brighton in the Premier League, and then on October 25th, they travel away to play Young Boys in the Champions League.

Their next Premier League match is a local derby against Manchester City at Old Trafford on October 29th, and then on November 4th, they are at home to Bournemouth in the league.

Recent results

Let’s take a look at how Manchester City have done so far since football commenced in August. Their opening game of the season at the Etihad Stadium on August 19th saw them beat Newcastle United 1-0. They also went on to win their next three league games.

They beat Sheffield United 2-1 away, Fulham 5-1 at home, and West Ham 3-1 away. In their first UEFA Champions League group stage match, they beat Red Star Belgrade 3-1 at the Etihad before returning for Premier League action on September 23rd and beating Nottingham Forest 2-0.

In their next match, they beat Newcastle United 1-0 again, this time in the third round of the EFL (English Football League) cup, and then just a few days later, they travelled away to Wolves and lost 2-1 at the Molineux Stadium.

Where are Manchester City in the league?

After 7 games played in the English Premier League, Manchester City are currently sitting at the top of the table with 18 points. They have won 6 games, drawn 0 and lost 1. So far, they have scored 17 goals and conceded 5, giving them a +12 GD (goal difference).

In joint-second place in the league are Spurs and Arsenal, both with 17 points and a +9 GD. Liverpool are currently in fourth with 16 points. You then have Aston Villa in fifth with 15 points, Brighton in sixth with 15 points, and West Ham in seventh with 13 points.

What other popular Manchester City bets are there this season?

The other two popular Manchester City bets this year are for Erling Haaland to be the top goalscorer by the end of the season. This market is currently priced, on average, at around 1.25 (decimal), 1/4 (fractional), or -400 (American/moneyline) with an 80.00% IPR.

The other is for Manchester City to win the FA Cup. This popular betting market is currently priced, on average, at around 4.00 (decimal), 3/1 (fractional), or +300 (American/moneyline) with a 25.00% IPR.

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