Welcome to the ultimate Premier League betting guide!** Nothing quite beats the Premier League in terms of football betting excitement. The top twenty football teams in England compete during the season and the games are generally high in terms of entertainment.
This article focuses hard on Premier League betting including the recommended bookmakers for this competition. We outline some of the best free bet offers available along with the latest odds and the betting markets where you should concentrate your efforts.
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The English Premier League is a truly global competition and that means that betting customers from all over the world want to bet on the games that are taking place, with clubs such as Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United being huge global brands all over the planet. Because the eyes of the world are on the Premier League, you can bet that the best football betting sites will be clued up when it comes to this football competition.
Every online bookie has a football trading team who examine the latest stats before creating football markets and that means it’s often hard to gain an edge over the operator. On the flip side, bookmakers offering Premier League betting markets have to make the odds attractive simply because so many people want to place bets on this fantastic competition. This means that they have to compete hard against other firms to showcase the best possible prices.
Another point of note is that many online bookmakers will go live with Premier League match odds days in advance of a particular game. Therefore, you can often snap up some early value if you feel as though a particular team is overpriced as you can guarantee that the odds will change in some shape or form as we get nearer to kick-off.
There are so many ways you can approach betting on the Premier League. As we count down towards a brand new Premier League season, many punters like to check out the latest ante-post betting markets and there’s a massive range available as we get close to the action.
In addition to backing the winner of the Premier League, there are popular markets such as Top Goalscorer, Relegation and To Finish in the Top Six. Before a ball is kicked, you can also bet on the handicap market where each team is given a fictional points start and it levels the playing field.
Naturally, you will need to open at least one betting account to place Premier League bets, although we recommend that you have several bookmaker accounts. This will not only allow you to enjoy many free bets on Premier League football betting but it will also give you more flexibility with your betting.
For example, you might find that Manchester City are trading at 11/10 with Bookmaker A and 13/8 with Bookmaker B. That clearly means you stand to get a better return by betting with Bookmaker B. If you only have one betting account, you are restricted by the odds.
Many betting customers like to enjoy a multiple bet when it comes to the latest round of Premier League matches. Ultimately, you can place an accumulator on the 1X2 market when it comes to all ten matches although your chances of winning with ten accurate predictions are highly unlikely.
Some customers like to go for a smaller number of selections and it’s not uncommon to see a treble or a four-fold Premier League bet being placed. The most popular teams to bet on are the favourites, with Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham often the cornerstone of any football accumulator.
Bookmakers often have a betting promotion when it comes to placing an accumulator. So for example, you might be awarded a bonus if you land a winning acca with a particular bookie, with the percentage of added winnings depending on how many selections you have got up.
Similarly, many online bookmakers have a Premier League accumulator money back special promotion. This normally involves getting money back either as cash or a free bet if one leg of your football accumulator lets you down.
The beauty of online betting on Premier League football is that you don’t have to back winners in order to make money. The presence of Cash Out among most leading bookmakers means that you can often walk away with a profit if you place a bet and your position improves during the game.
Just say you back Liverpool to beat Manchester City and the Reds go 1-0 up at half-time. You might have placed a £50 bet at 2/1 and stand to land a potential return of £150. However, a bookmaker might be offering you £100 Cash Out at this stage and you could take the money only to find that Manchester City equalise and land a 1-1 draw.
When you Cash Out on the Premier League, you have an option to either take Full Cash Out or Partial Cash Out. Full Cash Out means you completely close out your bet and walk away with the corresponding win or loss depending on your position when you press the button.
Cash Out on the Premier League is particular popular with In-Play betting, although many customers also look at their Cash Out value when they strike a top-flight accumulator and find themselves getting closer to a big return.
Cash Out works with In-Play on the Premier League as the odds are constantly changing and the trick is to make sure that you grab a big price that you think will gradually get shorter. This could even involve betting on the draw when you think a game will be low-scoring and hoping the odds shorten.
Win-Draw-Win Betting I The most popular form of football betting market where customers are given odds for a win for Team A or Team B, or the match to end in a draw.
In Play Betting I Gives customers the chance to take advantage of the live odds that appear when a particular game kicks off which will be updated according to what’s happening on the pitch.
Ante-post Betting I Punters can bet on numerous outcomes before the season has started such as which teams will win the league, make the top four or be relegated to the EFL Championship.
Accumulator Betting I This method involves picking a number of different games or outcomes and compiling them into one bet, usually at bigger odds than a single bet.
Goals Betting I Various goals markets will be available for punters on match day including First Goalscorer, Anytime Goalscorer and Under/Over Total Goals.
Handicap Betting I In handicap betting, punters can choose either side in any given fixture to be given an advantage or disadvantage in the tie. For example, if a team is a heavy favourite, 1/4 on, you might decide to give them a handicap of -1 to increase the odds.
|2018/19||Manchester City||Liverpool||Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang|
|2017/18||Manchester City||Manchester United||Mohamed Salah|
|2016/17||Chelsea||Tottenham Hotspur||Harry Kane|
|2015/16||Leicester City||Arsenal||Harry Kane|
|2014/15||Chelsea||Manchester City||Sergio Aguero|
|2013/14||Manchester City||Liverpool||Luis Suarez|
|2012/13||Manchester United||Manchester City||Robin van Persie|
|2011/12||Manchester City||Manchester United||Robin van Persie|
|2010/11||Manchester United||Chelsea||Dimitar Berbatov and Carlos Tevez|
|2009/10||Chelsea||Manchester United||Didier Drogba|
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