Soccer Futures for English Premier, EUROS and UEFA Champions League

Fans are gearing up for a fantastic finish in the English Premier League as the clubs head into Week 27 of the 2015-16 campaign.

With Leicester City leading the way and threatening to earn the most unexpected Barclays Premier League title in the competition’s history.

It isn’t overstating to say that Leicester has been the surprise team in the Premier League this season, and the club is currently leading the table heading into the back stretch of February.

Leicester tops the table with 53 points, with Tottenham (51), Arsenal (51) and Manchester City (47) rounding out the top four of the standings. Leicester has come from being close to relegation last season to one of the title contenders this year, and they are hoping to continue this Cinderella run.

The Gunners have 15 wins this season, as does second place Arsenal. Manchester City is in fourth position on the table with 47 points. Man United is six points back coming out of last week, and it currently sits in fifth place with 41 points on the year.

The top 10 is rounded out by Southampton, West Ham, Liverpool, Watford and Stoke City. Everton is just outside the top 10 with a total of 35 points, while Chelsea comes in with 33 points in 12th place.

Chelsea was last season’s title winner but has been the poster child for inconsistency this year. Chelsea will need to trend upward if they want to close the campaign out as a top-10 finisher.

Chelsea is leading Crystal Palace and West Brom in the standings, while Bournemouth comes in at number 15.

Swansea City is leading Norwich in 16th position, while Newcastle, Sunderland and Aston Villa are in relegation position. The schedule for the EPL is off this week for FA Cup play, and things will pick up next weekend.

The top match on the this week’s schedule has Manchester United hosting Arsenal at Old Trafford on Sunday, February 28th, 2016.

Las Vegas CG Technology has updated their future odds for not only the EPL Title, but the 2016 EUROS and UEFA Champions League.


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