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It’s official. Jose Mourinho is the new Manchester United manager. Did you see it coming at the start of the 2015/2016 season? Well, it was indeed an unpredictable year but the future will seemingly be more exciting.

Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, Antoine Conte, Arsene Wenger, Claudio Ranieri and Mauricio Pochettino in the same league. There will certainly be a lot of mouth-watering clashes in the 2016/2017 Premier League season. It is almost impossible to predict next year’s champions.

After Mourinho’s signing, Manchester United have become the second favourites for the league title. According to William Hill, the Red Devils are 5/1, only behind their neighbours Manchester City, who are 7/4 to be crowned in Guardiola’s first season in England.

Arsenal and Chelsea are both 11/2 while the North London club Tottenham are 7/1. Jurgen Klopp has started bringing in reinforcements to Anfield after spending half a season at the Merseyside based club. At the end of this summer transfer window, we can expect a lot of new names in Liverpool’s starting line-up. They are 9/1 to clinch their first English league title of the Premier League era.

Interestingly, the reigning champions Leicester City are 25/1 to retain the championship. Claudio Ranieri’s men did the unthinkable but they are already being labeled as a fluke. Hardly anyone bid a penny on their title prospects last season, but with the odds of 25/1 it won’t be unwise to bid on it.

Fancy bidding on other lower table teams having a similar fairytale run? Burnley (1000/1), Sunderland (1000/1), Swansea (1000/1), Watford (1000/1) and West Brom (1000/1) are among the least likely teams to win the 2016/2017 Premier League.

Here’s the link to the betting page. Click on the link below to avail the offer.