Odds to win the Premier League: Arsenal are the favourites
Arsenal have an eight-point lead through Matchday 20. Photo by Frank Augstein/AP.

The Premier League race is heating up with two teams sitting near even money to win it all.

The latest: Arsenal remain favourites following their big win over Manchester United on January 22. That put a damper on the Red Devils' title hopes but their cross-city rivals — Manchester City — are still firmly in the running.

Here are the latest Premier League odds as of January 30, ahead of matchday 22.

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TeamOdds (Jan. 30)Odds (Jan. 16)Preseason odds
Manchester City+130+140-143
Manchester United+3,300+1,100+2,500
Newcastle United+6,600+4,000+10,000
Brighton & Hove Albion +50,000+50,000+35,500

Odds as of 2:30 p.m. on 01/30/2023.

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The favourite: Arsenal (-125)

Arsenal top the EPL table with 50 points in 19 games and have the potential to be a league champion.

The Gunners have only lost one game all season and it came to Manchester United at Old Trafford in September. They exacted their revenge at the Emirates on Matchday 21 with a thrilling 3-2 victory over United thanks to a last-minute winner by Eddie Nketiah.

Mikel Arteta's side has put in clinical performance after clinical performance but the question remains: Can they keep pace for the full 38 games?

Arsenal's young team fell apart during the homestretch of last year's campaign. But the scars from that experience could help them this time around, too.

The Gunners suffered a serious blow when their star striker — Gabriel Jesus — went down with a knee injury at the World Cup. He's expected to miss approximately three months of play.

That hasn't stopped them from performing, though. Arsenal has scored 12 league goals while conceding just four since the international break.

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Team to watch: Manchester City (+130)

Manchester City was -500 to win the Premiership heading into November but that cushion evaporated after the international break. City has a tie and a loss in their past five contests while Arsenal have rattled off seven wins in their last eight games.

But there's still time for Pep Guardiola's side to turn things around.

The two leading teams haven't played each other yet, meaning a total of six points are up for grabs in those matches. City has won 13 of their last 14 matches against the Gunners, too.

Erling Haaland scored 25 goals through his first 17 starts, including four hat tricks.

Manchester City have scored 53 goals, eight clear of second-place Arsenal, and have eight clean sheets.

Team to watch: Manchester United (+3,300)

Manchester United were trending upward before their last two games.

The Red Devils were tied 2-2 with Arsenal heading into the 90th minute on Matchday 21 before conceding a late losing goal. That came just days after blowing a late 1-0 lead against Crystal Palace.

Leaving four points on the table at this point is devastating

That said, Erik Ten Hag's squad has looked sharp since returning from the international break. United has won four games, drawn one and lost one by a combined score of 12 to 4.

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