The 20 teams taking part in the 2019/20 Premier League season are now all confirmed, following Aston Villa's play-off final victory against Derby County at Wembley. Dean Smith's side follow Norwich City and Sheffield United into the top flight, with Cardiff City, Fulham and Huddersfield Town going down into the Championship.
It looks all set to be an extremely competitive season, and hopefully one that is just as thrilling as the campaign that has just come to a conclusion. Manchester City will be hoping to win the title for a third successive season, whilst Liverpool will be desperate to dethrone the champions having come so close this year.
So how do the bookmakers think that the table will look next season? We have taken a look at the odds to see who they think will win it, who will finish in the top four and who will suffer relegation.
Manchester City predicted to finish champions again
Bookmakers aren't predicting too much to change at the top end of the Premier League in truth. Reigning champions Manchester City are odds-on at 8/13 to retain their crown, which given they have racked up 198 points over the course of the last two seasons is not too much of a surprise.
Meanwhile Liverpool are 5/2 second favourites to win the title, indicating that bookies fancy Jurgen Klopp's side to once again finish as runners-up in 2019/20. The rest of the top four will also be the same as the season just gone too if the odds turn out to be correct, with Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea both odds-on to finish in the Champions League qualification places - although they will swap places with Spurs slightly shorter odds meaning they would be third instead of fourth.
Fifth and sixth position will also remain the same, with Manchester United and Arsenal considered likely to be there again with both having odds of 4/6 to miss out on the top four. Wolves will retain seventh position whilst Everton and Leicester City will also finish as they did this year in eighth and ninth.
The one change in the top 10 will be Newcastle United, with bookmakers predicting a 10th place finish for the Toon. Rafael Benitez is certainly more than capable of achieving this, particularly if they do get taken over this summer.
Norwich and Sheffield United favourites for relegation
As for the bottom half of the table, bookies are predicting a difficult first season back in the Premier League for Sheffield United and Norwich City. Both clubs, who were promoted as the top two from the Championship this season, are odds-on to be relegated with Sheffield United 4/6 to go down whilst the Canaries are 4/5.
Joining them in the relegation zone will be Aston Villa, the other promoted team. They are considered to have a slightly better chance at staying up with odds of 5/4 to go down, but that is still the third shortest price of the 20 clubs.
The club who will just survive by finishing in 17th place will be Burnley, with bookmakers once again predicting them to struggle despite having been pretty solid in the top flight in the last two years. The Clarets are 15/8 to be relegated, will their stay in the Premier League come to an end? Brighton are likely to be just above them with odds of 9/4 to go down, but after that each other club is 5/1 or higher to be relegated.
Full Premier League 2019/20 table according to odds:
(Odds taken from Sky Bet, correct at the time of publishing)
1. Manchester City (8/13 to win the title)
2. Liverpool (5/2 to win the title, 1/7 top four finish)
3. Tottenham Hotspur (14/1 to win the title, 8/13 top four finish)
4. Chelsea (20/1 to win the title, 4/6 top four finish)
5. Manchester United (20/1 to win the title, 11/10 top four finish)
6. Arsenal (28/1 to win the title, 11/10 top four finish)
7. Wolves (100/1 to win the title, 12/1 top four finish)
8. Everton (150/1 to win the title, 16/1 top four finish)
9. Leicester City (200/1 to win the title, 20/1 top four finish)
10. Newcastle United (50/1 top four finish)
11. West Ham (66/1 top four finish)
12. Watford (100/1 top four finish, 11/4 top half finish)
13. Crystal Palace (100/1 top four finish, 11/4 top half finish)
14. Southampton (100/1 top four finish, 11/4 top half finish)
15. Bournemouth (100/1 top four finish, 4/1 top half finish)
16. Brighton (9/4 to be relegated)
17. Burnley (15/8 to be relegated)
18. Aston Villa (5/4 to be relegated)
19. Norwich City (4/5 to be relegated)
20. Sheffield United (4/6 to be relegated)