Why Premier League is the best championship in the World

Considered by many the strongest championship, Premier League has become the basic attraction for the best players and coaches. With the new TV rights, which bring impressive amount of money into the club accounts, the clubs are having the possibility to offer huge salaries to the players and club managers.

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There is no clear favorite in any Premier League game and this is confirmed by the odds offered by UK live sports betting licensed sites like William Hill, PaddyPower or NetBet. The battle for Champions League qualification is bigger than ever, with Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool, City and United fighting for those four places.

After 25 games Chelsea are leading the standings with 60 points. Even if they were not considered favorites at the start of the season, as they finished on a disappointing 10th place last season, Antonio Conte has managed to create an extraordinary group and bring success in a short period of time with almost same players as last season. With 10 points above, Chelsea are the main favorites now at winning the Premier League title.

Tottenham are somehow surprisingly second in the standings with 50 points. Even if last season they have fight for the title until last few games and Mauricio Pochetino has demonstrated that is a very good coach, their position is a little surprisingly as there more teams listed with higher chances, more experience and with more valuable squads.

Arsenal Londra are the last team on the podium also with 50 points but with a fewer goals. Even if Arsenal are playing every year in Champions League, the supporters are unhappy with the fact that they have not won the title since 2003-2004 season.

The last Champions League qualification place is occupied by Liverpool with 49 points. Jurgen Klopp team seemed the only team able to fight with Chelsea for the title but the latest results when Liverpool lost important points have drastically reduced their chances. Manchester City are only fifth in the rankings with 49 points and with one game less. Seen as the big favorites in summer and with one of the best managers in the World, The Citizens have disappointed their fans this season. Even if they have the chance of moving up to the second place if they beat Bournemouth the fans were hoping at a better position and maybe another title.

With Jose Mourinho appointment at Manchester United, the fans were hoping that United will be again that force that dominated the Premier League in Sir Alex Ferguson era. Even if there were massive investment last summer United had a slowly start and the team started to lose contact with the top four places. But Jose Mourinho seems to have found the ideal line up, the results have improved, and now Manchester are having real chances of qualifying into the Champions League next season which has not happened since 2012-2013 season.

The champions from Leicester have disappointed this season as they are on 17th place right now, just one point above the first relegated team.

If there are 6 teams fighting for 4 Champions League places, there are 7 teams that are fighting for survival. Sunderland, Crystal Palace, Hull City, Leicester City, Middleborough, Swansea and Bournemouth are trying to save themselves from relegation.