As most soccer betting fans already know, the English Premier League is the one of most popular soccer leagues in the world. The English Premier League Seasons run from August to May and clubs play 38 matches each, this leads to a very exciting betting market over the season.

English Premier League Betting Odds

Team (Odds) Team (Odds)
Arsenal (19/10) v Chelsea (14/10)
Bournemouth (14/10) v West Ham United (18/10)
Fulham (5/1) v Tottenham Hotspur (13/20)
Huddersfield Town (17/1) v Manchester City (1/7)
Liverpool (1/5) v Crystal Palace (13/1)
Manchester United (2/7) v Brighton and Hove Albion (11/1)
Newcastle United (9/10) v Cardiff City (34/10)
Southampton (16/10) v Everton (18/10)
Watford (13/20) v Burnley (4/1)
Wolverhampton Wanderers (12/10) v Leicester City (26/10)

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Since the start of the Premier League in 1992, six clubs have won the title, these are:
Manchester United (13)
Chelsea (5)
Arsenal (3)
Manchester City (3)
Blackburn Rovers (1)
Leicester City (1)

English Premier League Soccer betting is incredibly popular, below we briefly discuss some of the betting favourites.

English Premier League Betting

Manchester City

It took a year but by the start of the 2017-18 season, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City were ready to put his intricate, highly technical game plan into practice with stunning effect. They won 20 of their first 22 Premier League games, an unbeaten run that wasn’t ended until January 14, losing only one more game on their way to 100 points.

Can City be beaten? No team is invincible, and City have their weaknesses, but very few teams can get themselves into a position to exploit those weak points. Indeed, very few teams can get the ball off them.


Chelsea have made an eye-catching managerial appointment in Maurizio Sarri, but the transfer business they have managed to complete has been underwhelming, and based on their performance in the Community Shield, Sarri will need a while longer to embed his playing style. The question is, will be given that time?

Manchester United

Manchester United were flattered by their second-placed finish last season, which was achieved largely through the brilliance of David De Gea in goal, and Mourinho’s hangdog demeanour this summer suggest that he is feeling his familiar third-season itch. It would be no surprise to see United looking for a new manager at some point during this campaign.


Arsenal appear to have been transformed both by the departure of Arsene Wenger and the arrival of some shrewd signings spotted by recruitment guru Sven Mislintat. Where they were weak in defence, they now have a selection of gritty defensive-minded players including Sokratis, Lucas Torreira and Stephan Lichtsteiner. The international retirement of Mesut Ozil is an unexpected bonus, while manager Unai Emery is likely to instil a more aggressive pressing game and an impatience for silverware, to the delight of Arsenal fans.


Soccer betting enthusiasts are urged to place their bets early in order not to miss the betting opportunity.

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Betting Odds correct at time of publication. 


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