Jones Knows: If the Premier League season is void – how would the odds look? Where would your imaginary £50 go? | Football News

Jones Knows prices up the Premier League winner market – who would you back?

If the Premier League is declared void and we start afresh, what would the betting markets look like? Jones Knows offers some odds and gives you an imaginary £50 to spend.

We’ve all be guilty of letting our imaginations wander in over the past two weeks – mine has been no different.

After the decision to expunge results for the 2019-20 season for non-League divisions below the National League and National League North and South, the thought of the same happening to the Premier League has crossed my mind.

Picture this purely hypothetical scene.

The Premier League season is declared null and void.

The authorities have declared that we’re all set to kick off tomorrow with the same teams that started the 2019/20 season. Everything that has gone before between August and March vanishes from the history books and clubs will set off on the new season with their current squad and manager.

This means all of us of a betting persuasion will be ready to feast upon the ante-post markets and try and sniff out some value.

But this would be a unique situation, wouldn’t it? As we’ll be conjuring up our opinions with the caveat that theoretically we already know what’s going to occur as we’ve already played the majority of this season. Liverpool will run away with the Premier League, Tottenham and Arsenal will take huge steps back and Norwich will prop up the table.

Thankfully, football isn’t that predictable.

How would you assess Sheffield United’s chances of repeating their top-four push? Can Leicester kick on after charging into the elite this season? Who would you back to go down?

With bookmakers currently suspending all their markets, Jones Knows has taken time out from his not-so-busy schedule to create…