Every Dark Horse’s Chance of Winning the Premier League in 2020/21
Leicester did the unthinkable in 2016 – what’s stopping it from happening for another team? | Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

If Leicester City’s odds-defying, title-winning 2015/16 season taught us anything as football fans, it’s that those silly £1 bets are absolutely worth it and we should put them on more frequently. Definitely.

Alright, so nobody has managed to ‘do a Leicester’ since that incredible feat, but there’s no ruling it out, especially with the way 2020 has gone.

A global shutdown wasn’t enough to stop Liverpool from winning their first league title in 30 years in record fashion, but the effects of the ongoing pandemic have made the start to the 2020/21 season interesting to say the least.

With the table still close after just eight games and the world as unpredictable as it’s ever been, now feels like the perfect time to stir the pot a little more and assess who outside of the ‘big six’ is most likely to win the Premier League.

Burnley have gone without a win in their opening seven games of the season | Alex Pantling/Getty Images

13. West Brom

West Brom must focus on staying in the top flight before anything else | Pool/Getty Images
Survival must be the blueprint for any future success for Fulham | Chloe Knott – Danehouse/Getty Images

11. Sheffield United

The Blades are yet to get going this season | Mike Hewitt/Getty Images
David Moyes has found his level with West Ham | Matthew Ashton – AMA/Getty Images

9. Newcastle

Allan Saint-Maximin would be key in any potential Newcastle title hunt | Robin Jones/Getty Images
Brighton have added Premier League winners to the squad in Adam Lallana and Danny Welbeck | CATHERINE IVILL/Getty Images

7. Crystal Palace

Palace have suddenly built an exciting attack | Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images
Writing off Marcelo Bielsa would be seriously naive | Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

5. Aston Villa

Grealish, Barkley and Watkins for Team of the Year | Pool/Getty Images
Hasenhuttl is seriously impressing at Southampton | Pool/Getty Images

3. Wolves

Wolves must continue to move forward despite losing Diogo Jota to Liverpool | Michael Regan/Getty Images
Hiring Ancelotti was a huge coup for Everton | Pool/Getty Images

1. Leicester City

Leicester have built an incredible squad following their dramatic Premier League title win four years ago | Pool/Getty Images

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