- Man Utd, Man City, Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, and Liverpool are -120 to play a European Super League match before 2025.
- The ‘Big Six’ teams are given odds of +400 to not play an EPL game in 2021/22.
- We review the latest ESL odds for the biggest Premier League teams below.
Oddsmakers are giving -120 odds for Premier League ‘Big Six’ teams to compete or not compete in the European Super League by 2025. The controversial topic has caught on like wildfire with many for and against the new tournament proposal.
‘Big Six’ ESL Odds
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Due to the uncertainty of the latest European Super League new, oddsmakers have played it the same with giving exact match odds for a yes/no scenario. At odds of -125, you can bet $125 to win $100 on either situation playing out.
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European Super League Backlash
The fact that the historic major EPL clubs are considering breaking away to a division that has no limited competition for the sake of more has rubbed many pundits, fans, and media the wrong way.
There has also been strong opposition from UEFA, who have reportedly said that players who participate will be banned from playing in the World Cup & Euros.
“There is a lot to throw away for maybe a short-term financial gain for some,” said Infantino, UEFA president. “Either you are in or you are out.” via BBCSport.
In other developments on Tuesday:
- Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin called on the English clubs to “come to your senses”
- Everton criticised the “preposterous arrogance” of the clubs involved
- Real Madrid president Florentino Perez said the new league was needed to “save football”
The Bundesliga Has Rejected Offer
It’s not all doom and gloom though with the major German clubs standing by fans and sticking with their 50+1 rule. German soccer rules including the 50+1 rule is explained here.
According to bavarianfootballworks.com, When fans have the final say in matters, clubs have no choice but to listen. I have heard the argument that “50+1” holds clubs back. In fact, Martin Kind, the former president of Hannover 96 opposed it and applied for an exception. The DFL rejected it because of lack of support for the proposal. It stood. And today, as a result, Bayern and Dortmund have to side with the fans.
Stay tuned to Betting Insider Journal as this ESL story continues, with our soccer section here.