Premier League odds: Tottenham are surging under Antonio Conte
Tottenham have developed into quite the squad under Antonio Conte and sit undefeated domestically through seven games. Photo by Ian Walton/AP.

Three teams are separated by one point atop the Premier League table heading into the international break.

The latest: Manchester City's hot start has them favoured, Arsenal lead all clubs with 18 points and Tottenham are taking a massive leap forward under Antonio Conte.

Here are the latest Premier League odds.

Premier League odds

Check out the latest odds to win the Premier League. Click linked odds to add selection to betslip.

TeamOddsOdds on Sept. 7Preseason odds
Manchester City-305-250-143
Manchester United+2,500+1,800+2,500
Brighton & Hove Albion+20,000+10,000+35,000
Newcastle United+30,000+25,000+10,000
Aston Villa+50,000+50,000+30,000

Odds as of 1:44 p.m. on 09/20/2022.

Best Premier League odds

The favourite: Manchester City (-305)

Manchester City are a machine. They've won the league in four of their last five seasons and appear to have only gotten better this time around.

Pep Guardiola's marquee summer transfer, Erling Haaland, has been on an absolute tear to start the campaign. He's scored 11 goals through seven games, including two hat-tricks, and has been performing in Europe as well.

Manchester City have started out their title defence hot, winning five games while drawing two. The one knock on the team is that it can concede early, having gone down by multiple goals twice this season. That said, it has stormed back to secure points in both instances.

There's no reason to believe City can't keep their historic run going. Guardiola's squad still has the likes of Ederson and Kevin De Bruyne on the squad, both of whom are world-class players at their respective positions.

They've scored 23 goals, five clear of second-place Tottenham, and they have four clean sheets — leading the Prem.

Other Premier League choices

Best value: Arsenal (+1,000)

Arsenal sits atop the table with 18 points in seven games and are worthy to be considered as a potential league champion.

The Gunners won their first five contests in convincing fashion, outscoring opponents 13-4 with six different players contributing to the festivities.

Many were skeptical of Mikel Arteta following his late-season collapse last year, but he's rallied the troops quite nicely to begin this campaign. Arsenal's only stumble was against Manchester United, losing 3-1 at Old Trafford. That was quickly remedied with a 3-0 win over Brentford the following game.

The question is, can Arsenal sustain this pace? They have a young squad that will benefit them in terms of fitness, but it could harm them in the experience category.

They host rival Tottenham Hotspur in the North London Derby on Oct. 1, which will be a measuring stick game for both teams.

Team to watch: Tottenham (+1,800)

Tottenham have completely transformed as a club under the control of Conte and Fabio Paratici. The Italian duo has kept the core pieces of the Spurs' roster while bringing in exciting new players such as Richarlison, Yves Bissouma and Ivan Perisic.

Tottenham's year started about as well as they could have asked for. They've collected points in all seven games, with five wins and two draws. The ties were both as the away side in derby games, against Chelsea and West Ham, which are no easy fixtures.

The Spurs are still anchored by two of the top attacking players in the world. Harry Kane and Son Heung-min combined for 40 Premier League goals last season.

The latter's campaign started off slowly before he erupted for a hat-trick in 13 minutes of play against Leicester City.

If Son can get cooking alongside an already productive Kane, Richarlison and Dejan Kulusevski, the Spurs could be a legitimate league threat.

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