Premier League Betting 2018/19

Premier League Betting Odds / Betting Tips

Leicester City upset the form book in spectacular fashion by winning the English Premier League title a few years ago at astronomical odds of 5000/1, but it’s widely acknowledged that, at present, a maximum of six teams start any given season with realistic hopes of ending the season as champions. The current Premier League 2018/19 betting odds reflect that:

● Manchester City -150

● Liverpool +225

● Chelsea +900

● Tottenham Hotspur +3300

● Arsenal +4000

● Manchester United +10000

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Premier League Betting Offers & Promotions

As the most popular domestic soccer league in the world for TV viewers, there are always Premier League betting offers & promotions available, particularly when any of the ‘Big 6’ teams are featured in a live televised match. Most of the offers around individual games will be targeted at new customers and revolve around hugely enhanced odds for one or both of the teams playing. There are also Welcome Bonuses available when opening an account with many betting sites that can be used on the vast majority of Premier League betting markets should you so choose.

Premier league FAQ

There are numerous options and markets available when it comes to Premier League betting. In addition to betting on the outright markets, such as selecting the Premier League winners or a team to be relegated, you can also bet on a range of markets in individual matches. The most popular Premier League betting markets are: ● Match Result ‘1X2’: Selecting the result - Home win(1), Draw (X), Away win (2) at the end of a game. ● Correct Score: Selecting the final score at the end of a game. ● Total Goals Over/Under: Selecting either over or under a specified number of goals. There are a vast number of alternative markets available too.
Most pundits have predicted a two-horse race for the Premier League 2018/19 title, with the majority opting for Manchester City to successfully defend the championship they won last season by finishing ahead of Liverpool. Much could depend on how successful or otherwise these two teams are in Europe’s premier club competition, the Champions League, as the further into the competition teams go, the greater the focus on it becomes, often to the detriment of their domestic league campaign. Chelsea have also started the season in excellent form and could benefit from only being in the Europa League, the continent’s somewhat less high-profile club competition which the big clubs only tend to take seriously in the latter stages. Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are both potential contenders, but Manchester United already look as though they could pay for a poor start to the season. As things stand, Manchester City look the most likely champions given the quality and depth of their squad, but Liverpool and Chelsea are both capable of taking advantage should they slip-up.
The English Premier League (EPL) consists of 20 clubs, who each play each other twice over the course of the season (home and away) to make a total of 38 games for each club. The actual preparation of the fixture schedule itself is a complex process, with details such as international dates from FIFA, European club competitions and Football Association dates for domestic cup competitions all needed to be factored in. Geography is another factor in deciding which teams can play at home on any given date. Most clubs will have a partner club they cannot clash with. There are the obvious ones – Manchester United and Manchester City, Liverpool and Everton – and then when you get into London (which has a number of clubs in the Premier League) it gets a bit more complex and less obvious.
There are various reasons as to why many observers regard the Premier League to be the best soccer league in the world. The atmosphere in Premier League stadia can be excellent, helped by the relative ease of travelling around the country to follow a team as an ‘away’ supporter. It’s also a league that is fiercely competitive, where a team struggling against relegation to the second tier will always have a chance of beating a team challenging for the Premier League title. The title race itself is also usually far more open than in the other major European leagues, with any one of the ‘Big 6’ capable of being crowned champions. There is also an abundance of hugely talented coaches – Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, Jose Mourinho, Maurizio Sarri, etc - and players – Eden Hazard, Sergio Aguero, Paul Pogba, Harry Kane, etc - from around the world plying their trade in the Premier League. In addition, the style of football has improved considerably since the influx of foreign coaches and players began. There is now a new generation of talented young English players just starting to breakthrough and make a name for themselves too.
A winter break will come into force in the Premier League for the first time in the 2019-20 season, with a 10-day break in February to bring the Premier League into line with other leading divisions around Europe. The hectic Christmas and New Year fixture period, which is popular with match-goers and particularly attractive to broadcasters, will remain untouched. Another big factor in there not having been a winter break before is that it is notoriously difficult to predict exactly when the worst of the weather will hit the UK.

Premier League Live Streaming

There are no options to view Premier League Live Streaming via sports betting sites, unfortunately. That’s because there is serious money invested in both UK and International TV rights sales for the Premier League, so the individual broadcasters retain exclusivity. In Canada, Premier League broadcasting rights are currently held by TSN and Sportsnet.

Premier League 2018/19 Venues

TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
ArsenalLondon (Holloway)Emirates Stadium59867
BournemouthBournemouthVitality Stadium11360
Brighton & Hove AlbionBrightonAmex Stadium30750
BurnleyBurnleyTurf Moor22546
Cardiff CityCardiffCardiff City Stadium33280
ChelseaLondon (Fulham)Stamford Bridge41631
Crystal PalaceLondon (Selhurst)Selhurst Park25456
EvertonLiverpoolGoodison Park39572
FulhamLondon (Fulham)Craven Cottage25700
Huddersfield TownHuddersfieldJohn Smith’s Stadium24500
Leicester CityLeicesterKing Power Stadium32312
LiverpoolLiverpoolAnfield54074
Manchester CityManchester, Greater ManchesterEtihad Stadium55097
Manchester UnitedTrafford, Greater ManchesterOld Trafford74994
Newcastle UnitedNewcastle upon TyneSt James’ Park52405
SouthamptonSouthamptonSt Mary’s Stadium32505
Tottenham HotspurLondon (Wembley)Wembley Stadium[a]90000
London (Tottenham)Tottenham Hotspur Stadium62062
WatfordWatfordVicarage Road21577
West Ham UnitedLondon (Stratford)London Stadium60000
Wolverhampton WanderersWolverhamptonMolineux31700

Best Premier League Players

Romelu Lukaku: Manchester United

Position: Striker

Age: 25

Country: Belgium

2017/18 League Stats:

Goals: 16

Assists: 7

David De Gea: Manchester United

David De Gea Manchester United

Position: Goalkeeper

Age: 27

Country: Spain

2017/18 League Stats:

Games: 36

Goals Conceded: 27

Clean Sheets: 15

Harry Kane: Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur

Position: Striker

Age: 24

Country: England

2017/18 League Stats:

Games: 37

Goals: 30

Assists: 2

Mohamed Salah: Liverpool

Position: Striker

Age: 26

Country: Egypt

2017/18 League Stats:

Games: 36

Goals: 32

Assists: 10

Kevin De Bruyne: Manchester City

Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City

Position: Midfielder

Age: 27

Country: Belgium

Value: £55.25million

2017/18 League Stats:

Games: 37

Goals: 8

Assists: 16

Christian Eriksen: Tottenham Hotspur

Christian Eriksen Tottenham Hotspur

Position: Midfielder

Age: 26

Country: Denmark

2017/18 League Stats:

Games: 37

Goals: 10

Assists: 10

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