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Premier League Betting Tips

Welcome to our Premier League Betting Tips and Predictions page, here we help you look to fully capitalise on bets from the top flight. Here we’ll feature bets ranging from various multiples from doubles through to accumulators, along with well priced single selections too.

The Premier League is widely regarded as the best division in world football. The EPL is watched all over the planet, with its appeal stretching across every continent. It’s believed that it’s broadcasted in 212 territories which stretches to 643 million homes, giving it an estimated television audience of 4.7 billion people. It’s played over a 9 month period (August-May), with each team featuring on 38 occasions throughout the calendar. The demand for the English Premier League sees it bring in huge sums of money when it comes to broadcasting, shirt sales etc which enables the top clubs to bring in some of the games finest players. This has seen clubs from England dominate in Europe recently, with Chelsea winning the Europa League and Liverpool lifting the Champions League - both finals were made up from clubs in the top flight.

The Premier League is so in-demand because of the excitement that it generates, which means it’s popular when it comes to betting. There’s a whole host of markets available in the top flight for each match day which includes full-time result, both teams to score, over/under total goals, match result handicaps and much more. Both on the weekend and in midweek our tips pages will regularly feature tips from the PL which will include these markets and much more. These tips will be updated as early as possible to ensure that you’re claiming the best odds possible and getting the most value for your money. All of our tips are carefully selected and researched, with full reasoning. All of which you can find underneath each respective bet if you’re seeking more information as to why it’s been selected.

We include a range of Premier League selections on our tips pages, these are where you can find them:

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Team logoMan City
Team logoArsenal
Team logoMan Utd
Team logoNewcastle
Team logoLiverpool
Team logoBrighton
Team logoAston Villa
Team logoTottenham
Team logoBrentford
Team logoFulham
Team logoCrystal Palace
Team logoChelsea
Team logoWolves
Team logoWest Ham
Team logoBournemouth
Team logoNottm Forest
Team logoEverton
Team logoLeicester
Team logoLeeds
Team logoSouthampton
Last updated 29/05/2024

Betting on Premier League Football 2019-20

The Premier League is a pretty unique division as in some cases there’s been up to six clubs who’ve challenged for the title. Manchester City are the current Champions, but the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United are usually up there too. They’re often referred to as the ‘Big Six’ and are more often than not favourites to win their games. Manchester City and Liverpool in particular are usually heavily fancied to pick up victories, with them priced up as high as 1/10 sometimes which shows just how far ahead of some of the divisions other teams they are.

But despite this there are still plenty of shocks in this division. Outside the Big Six, anyone can beat anyone which results in a lot of upsets and usually, very good odds. This is great news when looking to put together a double, treble or accumulator bet as these prices can potentially deliver bigger winnings. It can also be the case when it comes to outright bets too. The Premier League is so big that you can bet on things such as top scorer, top four finish, staying up, relegation or who’s going to actually win the trophy. Back in 2016 Leicester City stunned the world to lift the trophy, with them having absolutely massive odds of 5000/1 at the beginning of the season.

With so many top players featuring in the top flight this often results in plenty of goals, which makes anytime goalscorers, total goals over/under and BTTS very popular markets when it comes to betting. In the 2018/19 Premier League campaign there was a record number of goals scored, with no fewer than 1072. This was the most prolific year in a 38 game season and shows just how attacking the top flight is. But it doesn’t come as too much of a surprise when you see players like Mohamed Salah, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Sergio Aguero featuring regularly.

If you’re new to betting on the Premier League then you may be eligible to claim a Free Bet to get yourself started. There’s a number of bookmakers that run these promotions and if you’re unsure as to which one you’d like to join, or want a little more information then check out our bookmaker offers pages which list all the features and terms for each of them.

History of the Premier League

The Premier League is one of the more modern divisions when it comes to top flight football around Europe. It was originally founded back in 1992, moving on from the old First Division that had been around since 1888. It originally began with 22 teams operating on a promotion and relegation with the English Football League (EFL), but two years later in 1994 it was cut to 20 teams. Three are relegated and replaced with three teams from the Sky Bet Championship – two winning automatic promotion and one via the play-offs.

It is the most watched sports league in the world which in-turn makes it the richest. Premier League clubs spend more money than any other division in world football and they dominant the financial league. With several PL clubs featuring amongst the elite when it comes to revenue made throughout the season.

Manchester United are the Premier League’s most successful club after winning the title a record 13 times, which has played a big role in them competing with Real Madrid for the honour of being the sports biggest club. Chelsea are in second with 5 victories, followed by Manchester City (4), Arsenal (3), Blackburn Rovers (1) and Leicester City (1). The winners of the Premier League gain automatic qualification to the Champions League along with the rest of the top four. Fifth place goes into the Europa League along with sixth and seventh if the winners of The FA Cup and Carabao Cup (EFL Cup) have both already qualified for Europe.