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Manchester United 2022/2023 odds: Title, top four finish, Europa League and more

Manchester United 2022/2023 odds: Outright Odds, Top Four Finish, Top Scorer and more

After a rocky start to the Erik ten Hag era, Manchester United have found their footing as they look for success in the Premier League and beyond. Get the latest Man Utd betting odds here.

Man Utd Top Four Finish odds

Although Ten Hag worked well at Ajax, no one really knew what to expect from his Man Utd side — especially as the Dutchman had to implement a full rebuild at Old Trafford. Many Man Utd fans, and those higher up at the club, will no doubt have been targeting a return to the Champions League, but things did not start well.

After two Premier League matches, Man Utd were bottom of the league with no points and six goals conceded having faced Brighton and Brentford. Fans were fearing the worst when Liverpool travelled to Old Trafford for Man Utd’s third league match, but the Red Devils got one over their rivals with a 2-1 win which started a run of four consecutive victories that also included a 3-1 win over Arsenal.

That run came to an end in a big way when Man City beat Man Utd 6-3 at the Etihad and it could have been so much worse for the Red Devils. But they bounced back again to win four of their last seven games before the World Cup break, only dropping points in draws against Newcastle and Chelsea while losing to Aston Villa.

In particular, the draw with Chelsea was a big one as they went a goal down late on through a Jorginho penalty. Facing defeat, Man Utd did not give up and in the fourth minute of injury time Casemiro scored his first Man Utd goal with an excellent header to take a point.

It was a result on which Man Utd built a fantastic run either side of the World Cup break, which included a 2-1 win over rivals Manchester City. Since that win, Man Utd have won three, drawn two and lost one, but the indifferent run has come at a decent time with the teams around them also dropping points.

With 14 games left to play, Man Utd are up to third, eight points clear of fifth-placed Newcastle and currently looking comfortable on their quest to return to the Champions League.

As such, Paddy Power are offering odds of 1/14 for Man Utd to finish in the 2022/23 Premier League top four.

Premier League Top Four Odds*

Find the latest Premier League top four odds for the 2023/2024 season here:

Club Sky Bet
Man City 1/100
Liverpool 1/66
Arsenal 1/16
Aston Villa 10/11
Tottenham 1/1
Chelsea 12/1
Brighton 16/1
Newcastle 16/1
Man United 18/1
You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of writing (12:30, 25/01/2024). BeGambleAware.

Man Utd to win 2022/23 Premier League

Not too long ago Man Utd winning the Premier League may have felt like a tall order, but they may actually have a chance. The Red Devils are now just five points behind Arsenal, who have been dropping points more regularly recently.

Come the end of the 2022/23 campaign, it will be 10 years since the Red Devils last lifted the Premier League trophy. The most successful team in the 30-year history of the Premier League and still the most successful team in English top-flight history, it’s Man Utd’s longest title drought since going 26 years between 1966/67 and 1992/93.

The closest Man Utd have come in recent years was the 2020/21 season when they finished runners-up to Man City but they were still 12 points behind their local rivals and last season were 35 off top.

As we now move towards the business end of the season, Sky Bet are offering odds of 12/1 for Man Utd to take the crown in 2022/23.

Man Utd UEL Qualification odds

However, things are still quite tight in the race for the top four, so any poor run of form could see Man Utd slip away from the top four race and dragged into the battle for the top six, which many believe will be enough to secure Europa League football.

Although last season brought Man Utd’s worst campaign in terms of points, they have finished lower in the Premier League, with the 2013/14 campaign the only one in which they have finished outside the top six (seventh).

Given that history, and the strength of the so-called ‘Big Six’ over the rest of the Premier League, Man Utd are heavily fancied to finish in the top six, now at 1/100 with Paddy Power.

Other Man Utd odds

Should Man Utd fail to qualify for the Champions League through a top four finish, they do still have the second chance saloon of the Europa League. The Red Devils are in the knockout stages of the Europa League, but to get to the last 16 they had to go through a knockout play-off after finishing runners-up in their group.

Man Utd were tied on points with group winners Real Sociedad, sharing 1-0 wins with the Spanish side, so finished second on overall goal difference – knowing one more goal in their final game against Sociedad would have sealed top spot and an automatic place in the last 16.

Instead, Man Utd have had to play an extra round against the Champions League dropouts and they were given an extremely tough tie, taking on Barcelona. However, they showed guts and courage to come from behind and book their ticket to the next round, winning 4-3 on aggregate against the Catalan giants.

Man Utd are still competing on the domestic cup front too. In the FA Cup, they have knocked out Everton and Reading so far to reach the fifth round, and are second-favourites at 7/2 with Sky Bet. They face West Ham in the fifth round on Wednesday.

The Red Devils have also reached the EFL Cup final after beating Nottingham Forest 5-0 on aggregate in their semi-final. Man Utd will face Newcastle United in Wembley’s final this Sunday, with Paddy Power making them favourites at odds of 4/6.

Paul Scholes has high hopes, saying: “The quadruple is still on.”


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