Premier League Predictions, Tips & Betting Odds

The English Premier League is the most popular domestic soccer league in the world, with a vast TV audience of fans across the globe attracted by the star players and the history of the English game.

Here we take a look at what’s in store for the 2019/20 season, including betting odds, tips and the key players to keep an eye on.

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Premier League Betting Odds

Leicester City upset the form book in spectacular fashion by winning the English Premier League title a few years ago at astronomical odds +500000, but it’s widely acknowledged that, at present, there is a maximum of six teams at the start of any given season with realistic hopes of ending it as champions. The current Premier League 2019/20 betting odds reflect that (all odds from bet365):

Premier League Betting Tips

Manchester City are the defending champions and go into the 2019/20 season as favourites to defend their title. Their nearest, and perhaps only, serious challengers are widely expected to be Liverpool, as was the case last season.

In terms of top four finishers, Tottenham look strong enough to secure one spot and it could be a battle between Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United for the final UEFA Champions’ League qualification place. The teams most likely to break the ‘Big 6’ stranglehold are probably Everton, Leicester City or Wolverhampton Wanderers.

With regards to relegation, the three newly promoted clubs – Norwich City, Sheffield United and even big-spending Aston Villa – are all likely to struggle. Other clubs that could be vulnerable include Brighton & Hove Albion, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Newcastle United, Watford and West Ham United.

If back to full fitness, Tottenham’s Harry Kane could be the man to take the Top Goalscorer award, particularly if creator-in-chief Christian Eriksen remains at the club.

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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 soccer betting 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 a myriad of betting opportunities when it comes to the 2019/20 Premier League, with long-term bets on the outcome on the title and relegation battles, to betting on individual games. In addition to Match Result betting, Correct Scores, First/Anytime Goalscorer and Total Goals (Over/Under) are all hugely popular. There will be betting predictions and tips throughout the season here at to help you in deciding where to make your bets.
It’s widely anticipated that, as in 2018/19, the Premier League title race may ultimately come down to a two-horse race between Manchester City and Liverpool. Liverpool could be distracted by the Club World Cup (which they enter as Champions’ League winners) and it’s worth remembering that forwards Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino were all in international action for much of the summer with their national teams. That lack of any meaningful break from the game could be an issue later in the season. On that basis, and with Kevin De Bruyne fully fit for Manchester City going into the new season, Man City look the bet to successfully defend their title.
There are certain “golden rules” used in deciding the Premier League fixtures. In any five matches there should be a split of three home fixtures and two away, or vice versa for each club. Wherever possible, the club will not have more than two home or away matches in a row, and will be home and away around FA Cup ties. There is also an effort to prevent any club from having to start or finish the season with two home or two ‘away’ matches, because it would be unfair for a team to finish with two away games, especially if they are looking for points. Around the Christmas period, a team at home on Boxing Day will be away on New Year's Day, or the equivalent date. There is also an attempt to try to maintain a Saturday home-away sequence throughout the season wherever possible. Where possible, teams from the same area (e.g. Manchester United and Manchester City, Liverpool and Everton) cannot both play home fixtures in the same round of matches.
English football is steeped in history and vast sums of money invested in clubs from TV deals enables them to attract many of the best players and coaches in the world. The Premier League is also regarded as being far more competitive than many of the other major European leagues, with teams renowned for their fighting spirit.
A winter break will come into force in the Premier League for the first time during the 2019-20 season, with a 10-day break taking place in February to bring the Premier League into line with other leading divisions around Europe. The main argument against a winter break has been the popularity of the hectic Christmas and New Year period, which is particularly attractive to broadcasters (and will remain untouched) and the uncertainties of the British weather (i.e. there’s no guarantee that the weather in February will be worse than December or January).

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

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
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

  • Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)

Position: Striker

Age: 24

Country: England

2018/19 League Stats:

Games: 31(3)

Goals: 17

Assists: 10

  • Alisson (Liverpool) 

Position: Goalkeeper

Age: 26

Country: Brazil

2018/19 League Stats:

Games: 38

Goals Conceded: 22

Clean Sheets: 21

  • Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)

Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur

Position: Striker

Age: 26

Country: England

2017/18 League Stats:

Games: 28(1)

Goals: 17

Assists: 4

  • Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)

Position: Striker

Age: 27

Country: Egypt

2018/19 League Stats:

Games: 37(1)

Goals: 22

Assists: 8

  • Kevin De Bruyne: Manchester City

Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City

Position: Midfielder

Age: 28

Country: Belgium

2018/19 League Stats:

Games: 11(8)

Goals: 2

Assists: 2

  • Virgil van Dijk: Liverpool

Position: Defender

Age: 28

Country: Netherlands

2018/19 League Stats:

Games: 38

Clearances: 199

Passes: 3,037

  • 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