Manchester City favourites for the 2021/22 Premier League title in a three-horse race

Man City has certainly been the club to beat in England since Pep Guardiola’s arrival at the Etihad in 2016. The Citizens has won three of the five Premier League championships in the Guardiola era.

In terms of depth, they have one of the best teams globally, with a plethora of talented players to choose from in virtually every position.

They have a solid unit that only needs one or two acquisitions to win the elusive Champions League; therefore, retaining the Premier League championship this season should be a reasonable goal for the Citizens.

City’s defeat to Spurs saw them open the season in the worst conceivable fashion, but their return against a promoted Norwich reminded everyone why they’re the favorites to win it all this year.

They then defeated Arsenal, Leicester, Chelsea, Manchester United but dropped further points in their draws with Liverpool and Southampton. They now lead the log with 35 points from 15 matches, one and two points ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea.

December promises to be a defining period for most teams, and Vwin88 betting is expected to come alive with all matches scheduled throughout the Christmas season. Vwin is arguably the leading Asian bookmaker around.


Chelsea’s performances under Frank Lampard didn’t exactly wow many supporters at the start of last season, but since Thomas Tuchel replaced him in December, the Blues have been formidable.

Despite a poor finish in the Premier League last season, they won the Champions League and advanced to the FA Cup final.

They proved in the CL knockout rounds that they had what it takes to compete with Europe’s greatest clubs, defeating every team they faced in regular time to win their second European title.

Tuchel deserves all of the credit for radically overhauling the Blues’ style of play in the middle of the season, with the Blues becoming second favourites to win the Premier League.

With the purchase of Romelu Lukaku and goalkeeper Edward Mendy, and victories against Watford the Blues dropped to +190 to win the Premier League this season, but they’re now +275 after drawing with Manchester United, and losing to West Ham.

Tuchel’s team should have everything they need to challenge Liverpool and City all the way this season, especially after the acquisition of a few good players.


If Injuries throughout the season had not afflicted Liverpool’s team, they would have pushed City a lot closer than they did last season.

Last season, Liverpool played most of their games without their starting eleven, and it is safe to say that their top four finish was a massive achievement for Klopp. 

Despite their injury woes, they managed to finish third, demonstrating that even when their team is reduced to the bare essentials, the Reds can still get the job done.

They have those players back, and their recent performances are a testimony. The Reds have beaten Arsenal, Southampton, and Everton by four goals, before the hard-fought 1-0 win against a determined Wolves. Chelsea lost to Hammers on Saturday, meaning Klopp’s men will head into the next round of matches in position two.