After a very unique 2019/2020 season, fans around the globe can start looking for the Premier League betting tips. Widely regarded as one of the most competitive leagues in the world, is exciting the fans again!.
It’s unlikely that any fans will be allowed inside the stadiums until October at the earliest due to the coronavirus pandemic, however that won’t detract from the quality on the pitch and – from a Premier League live streaming perspective – it has actually worked in favour of the neutral spectator. More on that later in this article.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at all 20 of the teams that will compete in the competition in 2020/21, and offer advice as to who might win the league title, who might secure a lucrative top four finish – thus qualifying them for next season’s Champions League – and who could face the dreaded disappointment of relegation to the Championship. And then, at the end of the article, we’ll look at making some Premier Leaguepredictions based upon our research.
Does that sound good? Without further ado, let’s get started with our Premier League betting preview.
We’ll get underway with the most obvious starting point: the odds to win Premier League.
The favourites in most Premier League betting predictions are Manchester City, who have of course won the title on numerous occasions in the past. Liverpool should also get a mention, because you would expect them to accumulate plenty of points this season and go very close to lifting the trophy.
Which other teams are worth a look in the Premier League outright odds? Chelsea have certainly been spending big on new players so it will be interesting to see how they integrate themselves into their squad, and Manchester United have been similarly busy – they’re an interesting proposition.
The Reds managed to secure their 19th league title for the first time since 1989-90 season. Liverpool's manager, Jurgen Klopp, believes that his team is able to replicate the achievement in the new season.
We need to obviously play 38 games in a year, and whoever wins most of them can win the league—that’s now happened for us for the first time (...) So we will not defend the title or whatever next year, we will attack the next one. That will be difficult enough, but we will have the same situation as other teams. - Jurgen Klopp, This is Anfield
As for the others, there won’t be a huge queue of bettors backing Arsenal and Tottenham, but football is such a funny game you just never know!
As for the top four finish Premier League odds, below you can find a list of possible candidates:
🔵 Manchester City
🔴 Manchester United
Of course, we have to mention the Premier League betting outright odds relating to relegation – which three teams will face the dreaded drop? Ahead of the 2020/21 season, the bookies’ favourites are West Brom and Fulham.
Among other candidates, you can find Aston Villa, Newcastle, and Crystal Palace.
The great thing about the Premier League start date being confirmed is that we can begin to plan our bets for the season ahead.
The best place to start is with the usual suspects. Apart from that crazy season in 2015/16 when Leicester City won the title at odds of 1501.00, it’s usually the same teams that are in the hunt for the Premier League trophy – Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea have shared the title for the past few years.
Manchester City are a particularly interesting team for bettors to consider because they score so many goals, and so that opens up opportunities in the Premier League betting odds for the weekend in other areas: Both Teams to Score, Over 2.5 Goals etc.
On the other hand, there are some teams who really don’t provide that many goals, and so they can be backed in the ‘Unders’ goals markets or even the Both Teams to Score – No option. Examples here include Burnley and Wolves – both excellent teams, but ones for whom defending is the top priority.
One of the great innovations in the industry has been in-play betting, and here you can bet on the Premier League after the action has started. You can find all of your favourite markets, so if you ware watching the big match and you have a feel for who will win or what the final score might be, in-play betting is the way forward.
Generally, the same betting themes that are prevalent across Europe are also available in the Premier League too. So as well as averaging around 2.50 goals per game, there is also a home advantage for the teams playing in front of their own supporters – at least once coronavirus has gone away, anyway!
If you want to bet in a different way beyond the standard outright or match markets, you can take a look at the Premier League betting odds winner in the Top Goalscorer market – always an interesting proposition. Clearly, you want to be betting on strikers who play for the best teams, because those players are more likely to find the net with regularity.
There are a number of different options of where to watch Premier League live, and these have increased with the coronavirus pandemic.
In the UK, because fans are not allowed at the stadium just yet, Sky Sports have announced that some matches will be shown on free-to-air TV, which means you can see them on the BBC in some cases or on Amazon Prime (which you can sign up for free of charge if you haven’t already).
Alternatively, keep your eye on the best bookmakers that have live streaming capabilities via their app. The likes of bet365, Unibet and William Hill all have their own feeds, so be sure to check out whether a Premier League live stream online is available or not.
Outside of the UK, the same rules apply – check your broadcaster’s listings for when the matches are on and how to watch them, and be sure to keep watching your bookies’ live streaming channel too.