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Monday, 17 December, 2018

Mo Salah, West Brom and Frank de Boer reward their backers at huge odds

Find out the winners of the Premier League pre-season betting markets

Former Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer
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There was a huge buzz surrounding Mo Salah's transfer from Roma to Liverpool at the start of the season, but anyone who backed him to be PFA Player of the Year at 55-1 or the Premier League top scorer at 66-1 will have had a nice boost to their summer holiday budget. 

West Brom finishing bottom was a 33-1 shot, while Europe-bound Burnley were 25-1 to top the 'without the big seven' market.

And Frank de Boer ended up a Premier League winner after all - the former Crystal Palace gaffer was 16-1 in the sack race.


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Winner
1 Manchester City 15-8
2 Manchester United 7-2
3 Tottenham 10-1

Top-four finish
1 Manchester City 1-5
2 Manchester United 4-11
3 Tottenham 10-11
4 Liverpool 21-20

Straight forecast
Man City-Man Utd 11-1

Tri-cast
Man City-Man Utd-Tottenham 50-1

Golden Boot
1 Mo Salah 32 66-1
2 Harry Kane 30 10-3
3 Sergio Aguero 21 8-1

Handicap
Winners Manchester City 0 Placed teams: 2 Burnley (all firms); Tottenham, Liverpool, Man Utd, Brighton, Watford, Bournemouth also placed with at least one bookmaker.

Relegation
Swansea 9-4
Stoke 7-1
West Brom 6-1

To finish bottom
West Brom 33-1

Without the big seven
Burnley 25-1

Top promoted club
Newcastle 4-6

Top London club
Tottenham 5-2

Top Midlands club
Leicester 11-10

Top north-west club
Manchester City 10-11

Top Southern club
Bournemouth 3-1

Sack race
Frank de Boer (Crystal Palace) 16-1

PFA Player of the Year
Mo Salah (Liverpool) 55-1

PFA Young Player of the Year
Leroy Sane (Manchester City) 9-1

*Prices taken from Racing Post Sport’s Big Kick-Off supplement on August 2, 2017


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