Seeing how good and active most of the Premier League football stars are and how great they have performed so far on the big stage of the Euro 2020 and Copa America competition, we would predict the Favourite Football Clubs to win the 2021/2022 Premier League and also predict how the 2022 Premier League season outcome will look like at the end of the final game.

The Premier League season ended on a good note for some clubs while it goes the other way round for some other clubs also.

Favourite Football Clubs to win the 2021/2022 Premier League

Clubs such as Manchester City were able to lift two silverwares which are the Premier League and the Carabao Cup, out of the three trophies they were a favorite of.

Their hope of winning a treble and their first-ever UEFA Champions League trophy ended after a shocking defeat to Chelsea in the final game.

Leicester, on the other hand, was able to cling their hands on their first-ever FA Cup trophy in a 1-0 victory over Chelsea, having lost four FA Cup finals. Thanks to Youri Tieleman’s strike from 25 yards out, the foxes were able to get hold of a trophy.

After losing the FA Cup to Leicester, Chelsea was also able to lift one of the most valuable silverware in the world (UEFA Champions) League, and that’s one of the important trophies every player and club wants to get their hands on. 

It was a dream come through for Chelsea players and the Chelsea board after such a huge win and not going trophyless in the 2021 season.

Manchester United lost the hope of getting their hands on the Europa League silverware after a fierce battle against Villarreal, which ended as a defeat for Manchester United after a David De Gea penalty miss at the end of the extra time, which saw the Red Devil’s go trophyless for the fourth straight seasons.

The Premier League 2021/2022 season starts on the 13th of August, where Brentford and Arsenal face off and get the Premier League game started.

In this article, we predict which team has the upper hand of getting their hand on the Premier League trophy.

Lists of the Favourite Football Clubs to Win the 2021/2022 Premier League 

1. Manchester City still has the upper hand of getting hold of the League again with their quality players who remains unshakable, fearless, and always ready to heed the call of their coach (Pep Guardiola).


Favourite Football Clubs to win the 2021/2022 Premier League

There’s 35% chance of Manchester City winning the league again with such an unshakable squad. Manchester City team will still look tough despite the move away of their Legendary striker, Kun Aguero.

Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling, Fernandinho, Phil Phoden, Iikay Gundogan, and Mahrez still have dangerous quality football skills that can penetrate through the opponent’s defense.
2. Liverpool is also a team with attackers that should not be taken likely. They have a deadly offense that comprises Salah, Jota, Firmino and Mane. 
They also have some of the best defenders globally, with Trent John Alexander-Arnold, Andrew Henry Robertson, and Virgil Van Dijk, who just got back from a long-time injury.


2022 premier league winner prediction


This team has 25% chance of winning the Premier League.

3. Chelsea has 20% chance of winning the Premier League after showing outstanding performance at the last season UEFA Champions League Final. Regardless they are yet to make transfer for new players, they have a solid team that can take on the League this coming season.


2022 premier league winner prediction


4. Manchester United also has big chances of winning the league since they’ve improved their squad after the classic signing of a deadly and clinical striker, Edinson Cavani.

Players like Edinson Cavani and Bruno Fernandes, who seem to be the best signing for Manchester United last season, will give the team a massive boost this coming season. Cavani banged in more than 11 goals last season despite not being a regular team starter.


2022 premier league winner prediction


Manchester United also has 20% chance of winning the Premier League trophy this season.

Good luck to every club in the competition.