Kyle Walker, Raheem Sterling and John Stones may have ended Euro 2020 trophyless but the Manchester City trio will be celebrating again next May - if the bookies are to be believed.
The three were among England's standout performers as Gareth Southgate's side came agonisingly close to ending their 55 years of hurt.
And, with less than a month to go before the Premier League kicks off, Planet Sport Bet are already predicting another romp to the title for Pep Guardiola's men - and further silverware for Walker, Sterling and Stones.
However, there looks set to be fresh heartbreak for West Ham and England's Declan Rice, with the Hammers again set to fall short in their bid for a coveted top-four spot.
Planet Sport Bet has provided the odds for the title, top six and relegation and that has given us an early prediction as to how the Premier League table will look at the conclusion to the season.
And Planet Sport Bet spokesperson Scott Allen is predicting little movement among the top four.
He said: "2021/22 looks like being another fascinating season and we are delighted to have priced up our Premier League table. Even at this early stage, it is impossible to look beyond Manchester City - indeed, we think there could be a top-four repeat, which isn't something we see very often.
"Relegation is a market we expect to see a lot of interest in and unfortunately for the newcomers, we believe the three newly promoted sides are most likely to go back down. However, that might be somewhere our customers will take us on, as that hasn't happened since 1998."
Planet Sport Bet firmly believe we are going to see a repeat of 2021, with Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool filling the top-four slots.
All four are odds-on, with City 1/33 - a whopping 97% probability of finishing top four - ahead of Chelsea (2/9), Liverpool (1/4) and Manchester United (2/7).
There is value to be had, however, especially when you consider we haven't seen a top-four repeat in the Premier League since 2013. Of those looking to break into the top four, Leicester at 4/1, Tottenham (9/2) and Arsenal (5/1) are thought to be the liveliest contenders.
At the other end of the table, the Planet Sport Bet odds don't make good reading for Norwich, Watford and Brentford - the three teams who came up.
Norwich are odds-on for the drop at 10/11, while London duo Brentford and Watford are both Evens to head straight back down. Nevertheless, the three promoted teams have only been relegated once in Premier League history.
Away from the promoted trio, Patrick Vieira looks to have a tough task on his hands to keep Palace away from danger. The Eagles are next in line to go down at 15/8, ahead of Burnley at 5/2 and Newcastle at 11/4.
How they will finish, according to Planet Sport Bet
1 Manchester City
4 Manchester United
5 Leicester City
6 Tottenham Hotspur
9 Leeds United
10 West Ham United
11 Aston Villa
12 Brighton & Hove Albion
13 Wolverhampton Wanderers
15 Newcastle United
17 Crystal Palace
20 Norwich City
* Odds correct at time of publication