Premier League Odds

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Premier League Predictions

Finding the best Premier League betting markets to take advantage of can be a tricky and time-consuming thing to do.

But fear not, simply read our Premier League predictions for the hottest tips and best value Premier League betting odds you really need to look at.

Premier League Outright Winner

The Most Up to Date Premier League Winner Odds

Get the latest and best odds on this year’s Premier League title race as the season progresses and those sides in contentions do battle over the course of the gruelling Premier League campaign.

Premier League Standings

Keep up to date with the latest Premier League standings as and when the matches happen so you will always know how the table is affecting the Premier League odds.

From top to bottom and with all the stats you need to know, the table never lies and that has a profound impact on what you need to know and when.

About the Premier League

The Premier League is widely regarded to be about power, strength, speed and above all entertainment. This makes Premier League betting a joyous occasion in its own right with more often than not plenty of goal mouth action. Of every league in the world, the English Premiership (as it is otherwise known) is viewed as the best commercially and this gives it financial muscle and serious fan appeal as you will find out here.

Ever since the inception of the Premier League in 1992, the popularity of football in England has become unparalleled across the globe.

Since 1992, the pendulum of power has swung from North to South with no fewer than six winners of the coveted title in its 26-year history (Manchester United Arsenal, Chelsea, Blackburn Rovers, Manchester City, Leicester City).

A brief stopover in the Midlands to Leicester City at the end of the 2015/16 season just went to prove that anything can happen and even when a side has a shorter price in the Premier League odds for relegation, winning the whole league is not beyond the realm of possibility.

So, how does it work?

20 teams compete in a home and away leg against one another meaning each team will play a total of 38 games per season from August to the middle of May.

Unlike in some leagues on the continent, there is no winter break for the 2018/19 season but that will change from 2019/20 with the FA (Football Association) and the Premier League finally agreeing a rest is required.

Of the twenty league positions available, those sides who end the campaign in the bottom three after collecting the least number of points (three for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss) are then relegated to England’s second tier the Championship with three sides from that division then replacing them.

So far, only one side who has won the Premier League and been relegated from the top flight. That was Blackburn Rovers who won the title in the 94/95 season and then suffered relegation at the end of the 1998/99 campaign.

In fact, in the history of the Premier League, 43 sides have taken part but only six have remained ever present since 1992 (Manchester United, Liverpool, Everton, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham).

The team that finishes top of the league after the 38 games is crowned the champion but there are other prizes up for grabs.

Any side that finishes in the top four then qualifies for the next season’s Champions League European club competition and that is seen as success by many teams and adds another market to the Premier League betting.

The Premier League has earned four Champions League places each season due to its FIFA coefficient ranking, making English clubs heavyweight competitors in Europe, which only goes to add to the league’s appeal.

Then there is qualification for the Europa League (Europe’s second tier club competition) for the sides that finish fifth and the teams that win the domestic cup competitions the FA Cup and the League Cup as well as potentially other places based on certain criteria being met.

Premier League facts

In the Premier League’s 26-year history, one side has stood above the rest when it comes to titles and that is Manchester United.

Thirteen times the Red Devils have won the Premier League title making them regular favourites each season in the Premier League betting.

That remarkable feat has been helped by some of the greatest players ever to grace the game to have worn the famous red jersey including Paul Scholes, Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Ryan Giggs, David Beckham and of course Cristiano Ronaldo.

However, one player slipped the net, Alan Shearer.

The English centre-forward won the Premier League title with Blackburn Rovers in 1995 before moving to Newcastle United in 1996 for a then world record fee of £15 million.

When he finally retired in 2006, Shearer has amassed 260 league goals which to this day keeps him as the all-time Premier League top goalscorer.

Currently, Tottenham striker Harry Kane is the big hope to break Shearer’s record with many people’s Premier League predictions being that the England international is the man to one day set a new record.

Although Manchester United have enjoyed unprecedented success since 1992, it is their city rivals Manchester City who are stealing the limelight of late and in 2017/18 set a Premier League record of most goals in a season (106) and most points in a season (100) firmly thrusting Manchester City to the forefront in many markets when it comes to Premier League betting.

However, City are yet to beat arguably the greatest Premier League record of all when Arsenal went through the entire 2003/04 season unbeaten on the way to the title.

As the 2018/19 season continues to work its way through one thing is clear, the wealth of possibilities in the Premier League betting markets is unrivalled and the global appeal due to broadcast rights and high intensity action ensuring the leagues future is secure for a long time to come.

This season, managers such as Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino adorn the terraces of some of the most stunning stadiums in the World but as ever in football every manager is under pressure with the dreaded ‘sack race’ always an interesting read in the Premier League predictions.

Due to that pressure, managers push to bring in the very best players around the world and not just to the top 4 clubs either.

Clubs such as newly promoted Fulham were able to attract World Cup winner Andre Schurrle to the club just highlighting the appeal of the league not just to managers and supporters.

This influx of world class talent has a major impact on the Premier League betting as it enables more markets to open up and possibilities which can be explore thoroughly in our portal.

As the season unfolds one thing is already clear, the 2018/19 season is shaping up to be one of the most exciting campaigns we have ever witnessed.

With the likes of Sergio Aguero, Harry Kane, Mohammed Salah, Romelu Lukaku all vying to become the Premier League top goalscorer and David De Gea, Hugo Lloris, Alisson, and Edison all vying for the golden glove, it means every week the Premier League odds fluctuate widely which is a good thing for the punter.

Value is without doubt in abundance and keeping tabs on our Premier League predictions becomes a must do weekly event in order to stay on top of the game when making your Premier League bets.

Overseas investment is stretching the abilities of the Premier League even further with the division knowing no bounds and just so long as it retains its fast-paced action, the Premier League betting will continue to be something that is enjoyed by millions around the world.

The Premier League is here to stay and with global dominance all but complete, its time to get ahead of the game with us and our Amazing.Bet Premier League predictions.

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