With fast-paced and fiercely contested games, it’s no surprise that England’s Premier League is the most-watched football league in the world. It’s not just broadcasters scrambling to be part of the action either – top gambling sites are constantly competing to deliver you the most lucrative markets, the best prices and fresh special offers.
But how do you go about getting value for your money? Understanding when, how and why to make a bet during the EPL season is crucial to ensuring you keep a positive return despite such a competitive market.
Before the first game kicks off, gamblers should look for opportunities in the Premier League outright markets. The most popular include:
The best sports betting sites offer numerous variations on these themes, providing a range of risk and reward. For example, players can bet on sides finishing in the top two, three or four for smaller returns; or boldly consider a winner/top goal-scorer double for a really big win.
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This Saturday, a slow-starting Arsenal club look for their first win of the new EPL season against Watford. Traveling to Vicarage Road might be a tougher task for the Gunners than expected considering most of their stars are out for
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One of the major considerations for anyone taking up Premier League betting is when to place bets. Jump in early and fresh developments could scupper your plans. Move too late and the odds can quickly shift. Fortunately, there are a number of simple ways to plan your timing to maximise your bets..
From 2003/4 to 2012/13 the Premier League has consistently been among the leagues with the highest amount of variation in its points spread. Put another way, the gap between the top and the bottom is one of the largest of the world’s top leagues. The implications of stats like these are huge, and potentially money-making in a number of ways.
Looking in detail at a team’s strategy and player statistics can reveal opportunities in surprising markets like corners over/under, cards per game and handicaps. Whichever you choose, the key to using statistics and trends effectively is applying a consistent, well thought-out strategy to your bets.
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This Friday, 19th August, José Mourinho’s Man United squad takes on an adjusting Southhampton squad lead by the recently named head coach, Claude Peul. If United's dismantling of Bournemouth is anything to go by, Southampton backers might want to consider
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