Premier League Betting Tips & Predictions 2019/20

Premier League Betting Tips & Predictions 2019/20

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Free Premier League Betting Tips

If you want free premier league betting tips and predictions from the experts, then you have come to the right place. We have assembled a team of tipsters who have previously worked for bookmakers and really know their stuff when it comes the English top flight.

The aim of this page is to provide you with lots of statistical information and team news relating to the English first division, one of the most popular football competitions in the world. The English Premier League was founded in 1992 when it replaced the First Division and it has grown in popularity ever since.

The Latest Premier League Predictions

We base our Premier League predictions on a number of factors. It’s vital to have an in-depth knowledge of each team and to understand their recent performances and results. Football is a low-scoring sport and sometimes a team might be playing well without getting the rewards they deserve.

There are a number of key metrics that we use including Expected Goals, while we also take into account the injury situation for each team. When it gets to a busy part of the football season, it might also be the case that certain players are rested for a fixture, especially if there’s a significant Champions League fixture on the horizon.

Our Expert Premier League Betting Tips

We are a hard-working team at Sportsgambler.com and have followed this division from the very beginning, with our tipsters recommending a variety of pre-match bets and In-Play bets when it comes to the Premiership every week.

Our experts do their research on the top English football division to provide readers with the best possible Premier League betting tips and our focus is two-fold. We want to produce regular winning selections and also value EPL bets. This doesn’t mean that every bet will win but we aim for monthly profit thanks to a unique staking plan. Our objective is to provide match selections that give readers a chance of making a long-term profit.

Premier League Match Previews & Stats

It’s fantastic to read Premier League match previews before you go ahead and place online bets on the latest Premiership fixtures, with Sportsgambler.com providing in-depth analysis for each encounter that is taking place. We’ll provide the latest odds for each EPL match and you’ll also be served accompanying stats to help inform your view of a particular game.

The stats help you understand the relative form of each team, while you can also view the head-to-head record to see if one side has enjoyed a recent edge. You are also able to analyse home and away form to see where a potential difference lies. Readers can also access previews and Premier League betting tips including injury news along with predicted and confirmed lineups.

Betting Tips on the Premier League Top Scorer

This is a fascinating antepost football market which is available throughout the entire EPL campaign, with customers aiming to predict the player(s) that will score the most goals during the course of a season. Each bookmaker prices up this market and each-way betting is regularly available which means you can profit simply by backing a player to finish in the top three or four.

We will offer Premier League betting tips for the Top Scorer and you generally find that the most likely winners operate for some of the leading teams in the division. If a side is expected to perform well, it naturally follows that they will score a large number of goals and they will be scored by the team’s attacking players.

Who will Win the Premier League?

This is one of those markets where you can immediately narrow the field down to five or six teams. In some cases, betting punters might even make it a two or three team race depending on what’s happened during the previous campaign and that provides an accurate barometer for the sort of outcome that can happen in the future.

So far, just seven teams have won the title since the inception of the Premier League. These teams are Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Leicester City and Blackburn Rovers. 

Teams that finish in the top four qualify for the Champions League and betting is available on a Top Four finish, while some bookmakers will also offer Top Six should you wish to back a team to land a spot in the European places.

You can also bet on which teams will be relegated and that tends to be a more open market considering that there are three places to be filled, with many clubs in the bottom half of the table regularly getting sucked into a battle against the drop. 

There are usually a number of teams that can potentially be relegated from the Premier League to the Championship, with three clubs playing the following season in the second tier of English football. You can enjoy Championship betting tips on a regular basis as we look at the various promotion contenders.

Premier League Predictions and the Latest Team News

All betting customers want to get the latest information before they place their bets and that means Premier League predictions including the latest team news is vital. You can discover which players are injured for each of the respective top-flight clubs along with those squad members who are suspended for the next clash. The team news will help explain the match odds and the prices for the other markets, with Sportsgambler.com coming up with Predicted Lineups and Confirmed Lineups to reflect the information that feeds through as each round of English top-flight fixtures are due to take place.

EPL Recommendations & Premier League Betting Tips

Customers should use the EPL recommendations, advice, predictions and Premier League betting tips to place informed football bets throughout the season. It’s also important to use your own judgement and many punters will write down their own match prices before cross-referencing them with the odds available with each bookmaker.

If you can find a big difference between what you would offer as a bookmaker compared what’s available with an operator, then you can potentially stand to gain from placing bets on English football competitions such as EPL, Championship, the FA Cup and EFL Cup. Ultimately, we’re always looking to find an edge over the bookie and it sometimes pays to go against the obvious where people are blindly following money without being able to back this up.

How to Bet on the English Premier League

The Premier League is one of the principal competitions when it comes to football betting tips and online wagering, with readers and customers enjoying the opportunity to place pre-match and In-Play singles on the action. Many also enjoy a multiple bet that means you can potentially enjoy a big return from a small stake by predicting the outcome of several matches.

We recommend multiple football bets such as doubles and accumulators. A double consists of two selections that create attractive odds when multiplied together. An accumulator is more of a riskier selection but the larger odds mean that customers only have to risk small stakes in order to land potentially huge returns.

Cash Out is becoming increasingly popular with football customers considering that you can make a profit without actually making a winning selection, while punters can also enjoy the Bet Builder facility where you can combine a number of selections for a particular match.

Best Premier League Odds & Prices

Whatever you choose to bet on, it’s important to secure the best possible odds about your selections. You can do this by having several online accounts and we recommend holding these with bookmakers that you will find showcased on this website.

Having multiple accounts means that you can cherry-pick the Premier League odds that are the biggest, with operators tending to differ with the prices that they offer, while these can often change in the lead-up to kick-off. Sometimes there will be a big gamble on a particular team to win, especially if the team news indicates they have a stronger chance of winning that originally assumed.

What Premier League Teams Should I Bet On?

Many customers like to back the favourites to win their respective matches and there’s sometimes value in combining the leading teams in a weekend multiple bet where you can get reasonable odds about them all winning.

However, customers should always weigh up whether the odds about each team accurately reflect their chances of winning. It’s also important to identify the Premiership clubs who perform better at home than they do in away matches and you can sometimes get a nice price about a lesser team, especially if you realise they are facing opponents who have several injury problems.

Most Popular Betting Markets for Premier League

There are hundreds of pre-match markets for the English first division, something which means you are spoilt for choice when it comes to having a wager. However, we generally start by viewing the below markets before writing our Premier League betting tips to get a feel of the odds being offered:

1X2 Full Time Result
Asian Handicap
Correct Score
Total Goals
Over / Under
Both Teams to Score
Win to Nil
Double Chance
Half-Time / Full-Time
First Goalscorer
Anytime Goalscorer

Some customers will want to back a particular team but find their odds too short on the Full Time Result market. However, the chance to back them on the Win to Nil or Asian Handicap betting market can offer an attractive alternative. There’s also the chance to back a high-scoring match by wagering on Total Goals or Both Teams to Score.

Where to Bet on the Premier League

Here at Sportsgambler.com, we work closely with a small group of trusted bookmakers that have competitive odds. You can claim a bookie welcome bonus with each of these operators, with the bonus available in the form of making a first deposit or placing a first bet.

The leading and most popular bookmakers create competitive prices on every match which means that customers have a good chance of beating the bookie and winning some money. There is particular value to be found placing bets on the Asian Handicap market where the house edge is particularly low.

We recommend you take your time before deciding where to place your Premiership football bets, with each operator offering a wide range of markets although many customers like to bet on popular markets like 1X2, First Goalscorer and Over / Under 2.5 Goals. It’s a case of finding a price that you thinks represent good value and betting accordingly.

How to Bet In-Play on Live Premier League Matches

Many customers now wait until a match has kicked off before they place their bets on the Premier League, with In-Play wagering proving to be all the rage. It’s an exciting way to bet on football, with the odds constantly changing and there is a wide range of markets from which to choose. Whether it’s the match winner, score, scorer, cards or corners, there’s something In-Play for everyone.

These days, In-Play betting is more popular than pre-match wagering, with customers often less bothered about getting their bets on before kick-off. Naturally, being able to watch the opening exchanges of a football match means that you can establish the pattern of a game before going ahead and backing a particular view.

Premier League Predictions and Confirmed Lineups

When it comes to placing a bet on football and making Premier League predictions, it always helps to know the team lineups and Sportsgambler.com have access to the latest data so that when a manager confirms his team, you’ll be the first to know about it.

Leading up to a particular match, we will publish the predicted Premier League lineups so you have a close idea of how each team will line up, while the starting 11s will then be confirmed roughly an hour before kick-off. With this information, you can then decide where to bet accordingly.

Premier League Betting Tips including Injuries & Suspensions

It’s sometimes hard to keep track of which players are missing with injury or suspension, although we have a handy guide in each Premier League betting tips to ensure that you’re fully up to speed with the latest absences. We’ll also tell you when a player is likely to return and when they’re rated doubtful for a particular encounter.

We cover every team and player that could be unavailable for the next match, with Sportsgambler.com detailing the nature of each injury along with the expected length of time for them to be on the sidelines. Make sure you keep checking the Premier League injuries and suspensions page to remain up-to-date with what’s happening.

The Latest Premier League Fixtures and Schedule

It's always exciting when the Premier League fixture schedule is published, with many of the games being televised, while the bookmakers will create an enormous amount of pre-match and In-Play betting markets for every match. You can have a look through the latest fixtures and pick out the ones that make the most appeal from a punting point-of-view. It's great to stay informed when it comes to the big games so you can plan your betting strategy.

Premier League Standings & League Table

Want to see when the next rounds of matches are taking place? Simply visit the Premier League fixtures and league table page and you’ll find details of each game, including the date and the time in question.

Matches tend to be staggered so you’ll often find games being played on a Friday and Monday in addition to Saturday and Sunday. You can also access the latest league table which contains key data about the matches played to date.

You can also view the league table in different formats. For example, readers can look at a home table or away table which is useful for understanding the probability of a particular team winning their next match.

Premier League Table

# Team G W D L +/- P
1 Liverpool 38 32 3 3 85:33 99
2 Manchester City 38 26 3 9 102:35 81
3 Manchester United 38 18 12 8 66:36 66
4 Chelsea 38 20 6 12 69:54 66
5 Leicester 38 18 8 12 67:41 62
6 Tottenham 38 16 11 11 61:47 59
7 Wolverhampton 38 15 14 9 51:40 59
8 Arsenal 38 14 14 10 56:48 56
9 Sheffield United 38 14 12 12 39:39 54
10 Burnley 38 15 9 14 43:50 54
11 Southampton 38 15 7 16 51:60 52
12 Everton 38 13 10 15 44:56 49
13 Newcastle 38 11 11 16 38:58 44
14 Crystal Palace 38 11 10 17 31:50 43
15 Brighton 38 9 14 15 39:54 41
16 West Ham 38 10 9 19 49:62 39
17 Aston Villa 38 9 8 21 41:67 35
18 Bournemouth 38 9 7 22 40:65 34
19 Watford 38 8 10 20 36:64 34
20 Norwich 38 5 6 27 26:75 21
# Team G W D L +/- P
1 Liverpool 19 18 1 0 52:16 55
2 Manchester City 19 15 2 2 57:13 47
3 Tottenham 19 12 3 4 36:17 39
4 Manchester United 19 10 7 2 40:17 37
5 Leicester 19 11 4 4 35:17 37
6 Chelsea 19 11 3 5 30:16 36
7 Arsenal 19 10 6 3 36:24 36
8 Sheffield United 19 10 3 6 24:15 33
9 Wolverhampton 19 8 7 4 27:19 31
10 Everton 19 8 7 4 24:21 31
11 Burnley 19 8 4 7 24:23 28
12 Newcastle 19 6 8 5 20:21 26
13 Watford 19 6 6 7 22:27 24
14 Aston Villa 19 7 3 9 22:30 24
15 Crystal Palace 19 6 5 8 15:20 23
16 West Ham 19 6 4 9 30:33 22
17 Brighton 19 5 7 7 20:27 22
18 Bournemouth 19 5 6 8 22:30 21
19 Southampton 19 6 3 10 21:35 21
20 Norwich 19 4 3 12 19:37 15

Premier League Bonuses & Free Bets

Who doesn’t like a free bet on Premier League football? Most bookmakers will give you a free bet or a bonus when you open an account and there are often further free bets available for existing customers. You should always read the terms and conditions so you know how to qualify for the latest football offers and promotions.

Many free football bets are available in the form of a deposit bonus, with a bookie prepared to match your first deposit with a free bet to the same stake. This is also known as a first matched bet and there might be a requirement to place a qualifying wager at a particular price.

Some bookmakers will offer a money back sign-up offer if your first bet is a loser, while others might offer Bet Credits which are immediately added to your account but are subject to turnover requirements before any withdrawal can be made.

Premier League Accumulator Betting Tips

Many punters love placing a multiple bet on the English top flight and we provide Premier League betting tips where our experts will select a number of teams that can be combined in an accumulator bet. Customers love a football acca as the odds are multiplied which means a big return can be enjoyed from a small stake and there’s often the chance to Cash Out for a profit along the way. There’s no limit with regard to the number of teams that you can have in your multiple and they can be from different domestic leagues.

Premier League Bet Builder

Several bookmakers now offer a Bet Builder which means that you can make various selections for a particular match and put it in a Bet Builder slip which will calculate the odds of everything happening. For example, you might pick out a team to win, a player to score and a particular correct score, with a small stake required for a potentially big payout.

Cash Out Your Premier League Bets

We’re living in the age of Cash Out and that means punters are able to place football bets and then potentially land a quick return before a match has even finished. Premier League Cash Out means that you’re given the option to close out some or part of your bet early, with most bookmakers offering this service across many EPL betting markets.

Full Cash Out is generally available with every bookmaker and that means customers have the option to either stay in their bet or take the Cash Out alternative and close out their wager. Partial Cash Out means you can take a percentage of the winnings and keep a portion of the bet alive.

Some bookies even offer Auto Cash Out where you can set a Cash Out threshold according to how much you want to win. If the Auto Cash Out value isn’t reached during the course of a sporting event, then the bet will simply be settled in the normal way.

Free Premier League Betting Tips

If you want free premier league betting tips and predictions from the experts, then you have come to the right place. We have assembled a team of tipsters who have previously worked for bookmakers and really know their stuff when it comes the English top flight.

The aim of this page is to provide you with lots of statistical information and team news relating to the English first division, one of the most popular football competitions in the world. The English Premier League was founded in 1992 when it replaced the First Division and it has grown in popularity ever since.

The Latest Premier League Predictions

We base our Premier League predictions on a number of factors. It’s vital to have an in-depth knowledge of each team and to understand their recent performances and results. Football is a low-scoring sport and sometimes a team might be playing well without getting the rewards they deserve.

There are a number of key metrics that we use including Expected Goals, while we also take into account the injury situation for each team. When it gets to a busy part of the football season, it might also be the case that certain players are rested for a fixture, especially if there’s a significant Champions League fixture on the horizon.

Our Expert Premier League Betting Tips

We are a hard-working team at Sportsgambler.com and have followed this division from the very beginning, with our tipsters recommending a variety of pre-match bets and In-Play bets when it comes to the Premiership every week.

Our experts do their research on the top English football division to provide readers with the best possible Premier League betting tips and our focus is two-fold. We want to produce regular winning selections and also value EPL bets. This doesn’t mean that every bet will win but we aim for monthly profit thanks to a unique staking plan. Our objective is to provide match selections that give readers a chance of making a long-term profit.

Premier League Match Previews & Stats

It’s fantastic to read Premier League match previews before you go ahead and place online bets on the latest Premiership fixtures, with Sportsgambler.com providing in-depth analysis for each encounter that is taking place. We’ll provide the latest odds for each EPL match and you’ll also be served accompanying stats to help inform your view of a particular game.

The stats help you understand the relative form of each team, while you can also view the head-to-head record to see if one side has enjoyed a recent edge. You are also able to analyse home and away form to see where a potential difference lies. Readers can also access previews and Premier League betting tips including injury news along with predicted and confirmed lineups.

Betting Tips on the Premier League Top Scorer

This is a fascinating antepost football market which is available throughout the entire EPL campaign, with customers aiming to predict the player(s) that will score the most goals during the course of a season. Each bookmaker prices up this market and each-way betting is regularly available which means you can profit simply by backing a player to finish in the top three or four.

We will offer Premier League betting tips for the Top Scorer and you generally find that the most likely winners operate for some of the leading teams in the division. If a side is expected to perform well, it naturally follows that they will score a large number of goals and they will be scored by the team’s attacking players.

Who will Win the Premier League?

This is one of those markets where you can immediately narrow the field down to five or six teams. In some cases, betting punters might even make it a two or three team race depending on what’s happened during the previous campaign and that provides an accurate barometer for the sort of outcome that can happen in the future.

So far, just seven teams have won the title since the inception of the Premier League. These teams are Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Leicester City and Blackburn Rovers. 

Teams that finish in the top four qualify for the Champions League and betting is available on a Top Four finish, while some bookmakers will also offer Top Six should you wish to back a team to land a spot in the European places.

You can also bet on which teams will be relegated and that tends to be a more open market considering that there are three places to be filled, with many clubs in the bottom half of the table regularly getting sucked into a battle against the drop. 

There are usually a number of teams that can potentially be relegated from the Premier League to the Championship, with three clubs playing the following season in the second tier of English football. You can enjoy Championship betting tips on a regular basis as we look at the various promotion contenders.

Premier League Predictions and the Latest Team News

All betting customers want to get the latest information before they place their bets and that means Premier League predictions including the latest team news is vital. You can discover which players are injured for each of the respective top-flight clubs along with those squad members who are suspended for the next clash. The team news will help explain the match odds and the prices for the other markets, with Sportsgambler.com coming up with Predicted Lineups and Confirmed Lineups to reflect the information that feeds through as each round of English top-flight fixtures are due to take place.

EPL Recommendations & Premier League Betting Tips

Customers should use the EPL recommendations, advice, predictions and Premier League betting tips to place informed football bets throughout the season. It’s also important to use your own judgement and many punters will write down their own match prices before cross-referencing them with the odds available with each bookmaker.

If you can find a big difference between what you would offer as a bookmaker compared what’s available with an operator, then you can potentially stand to gain from placing bets on English football competitions such as EPL, Championship, the FA Cup and EFL Cup. Ultimately, we’re always looking to find an edge over the bookie and it sometimes pays to go against the obvious where people are blindly following money without being able to back this up.

How to Bet on the English Premier League

The Premier League is one of the principal competitions when it comes to football betting tips and online wagering, with readers and customers enjoying the opportunity to place pre-match and In-Play singles on the action. Many also enjoy a multiple bet that means you can potentially enjoy a big return from a small stake by predicting the outcome of several matches.

We recommend multiple football bets such as doubles and accumulators. A double consists of two selections that create attractive odds when multiplied together. An accumulator is more of a riskier selection but the larger odds mean that customers only have to risk small stakes in order to land potentially huge returns.

Cash Out is becoming increasingly popular with football customers considering that you can make a profit without actually making a winning selection, while punters can also enjoy the Bet Builder facility where you can combine a number of selections for a particular match.

Best Premier League Odds & Prices

Whatever you choose to bet on, it’s important to secure the best possible odds about your selections. You can do this by having several online accounts and we recommend holding these with bookmakers that you will find showcased on this website.

Having multiple accounts means that you can cherry-pick the Premier League odds that are the biggest, with operators tending to differ with the prices that they offer, while these can often change in the lead-up to kick-off. Sometimes there will be a big gamble on a particular team to win, especially if the team news indicates they have a stronger chance of winning that originally assumed.

What Premier League Teams Should I Bet On?

Many customers like to back the favourites to win their respective matches and there’s sometimes value in combining the leading teams in a weekend multiple bet where you can get reasonable odds about them all winning.

However, customers should always weigh up whether the odds about each team accurately reflect their chances of winning. It’s also important to identify the Premiership clubs who perform better at home than they do in away matches and you can sometimes get a nice price about a lesser team, especially if you realise they are facing opponents who have several injury problems.

Most Popular Betting Markets for Premier League

There are hundreds of pre-match markets for the English first division, something which means you are spoilt for choice when it comes to having a wager. However, we generally start by viewing the below markets before writing our Premier League betting tips to get a feel of the odds being offered:

1X2 Full Time Result
Asian Handicap
Correct Score
Total Goals
Over / Under
Both Teams to Score
Win to Nil
Double Chance
Half-Time / Full-Time
First Goalscorer
Anytime Goalscorer

Some customers will want to back a particular team but find their odds too short on the Full Time Result market. However, the chance to back them on the Win to Nil or Asian Handicap betting market can offer an attractive alternative. There’s also the chance to back a high-scoring match by wagering on Total Goals or Both Teams to Score.

Where to Bet on the Premier League

Here at Sportsgambler.com, we work closely with a small group of trusted bookmakers that have competitive odds. You can claim a bookie welcome bonus with each of these operators, with the bonus available in the form of making a first deposit or placing a first bet.

The leading and most popular bookmakers create competitive prices on every match which means that customers have a good chance of beating the bookie and winning some money. There is particular value to be found placing bets on the Asian Handicap market where the house edge is particularly low.

We recommend you take your time before deciding where to place your Premiership football bets, with each operator offering a wide range of markets although many customers like to bet on popular markets like 1X2, First Goalscorer and Over / Under 2.5 Goals. It’s a case of finding a price that you thinks represent good value and betting accordingly.

How to Bet In-Play on Live Premier League Matches

Many customers now wait until a match has kicked off before they place their bets on the Premier League, with In-Play wagering proving to be all the rage. It’s an exciting way to bet on football, with the odds constantly changing and there is a wide range of markets from which to choose. Whether it’s the match winner, score, scorer, cards or corners, there’s something In-Play for everyone.

These days, In-Play betting is more popular than pre-match wagering, with customers often less bothered about getting their bets on before kick-off. Naturally, being able to watch the opening exchanges of a football match means that you can establish the pattern of a game before going ahead and backing a particular view.

Premier League Predictions and Confirmed Lineups

When it comes to placing a bet on football and making Premier League predictions, it always helps to know the team lineups and Sportsgambler.com have access to the latest data so that when a manager confirms his team, you’ll be the first to know about it.

Leading up to a particular match, we will publish the predicted Premier League lineups so you have a close idea of how each team will line up, while the starting 11s will then be confirmed roughly an hour before kick-off. With this information, you can then decide where to bet accordingly.

Premier League Betting Tips including Injuries & Suspensions

It’s sometimes hard to keep track of which players are missing with injury or suspension, although we have a handy guide in each Premier League betting tips to ensure that you’re fully up to speed with the latest absences. We’ll also tell you when a player is likely to return and when they’re rated doubtful for a particular encounter.

We cover every team and player that could be unavailable for the next match, with Sportsgambler.com detailing the nature of each injury along with the expected length of time for them to be on the sidelines. Make sure you keep checking the Premier League injuries and suspensions page to remain up-to-date with what’s happening.

The Latest Premier League Fixtures and Schedule

It's always exciting when the Premier League fixture schedule is published, with many of the games being televised, while the bookmakers will create an enormous amount of pre-match and In-Play betting markets for every match. You can have a look through the latest fixtures and pick out the ones that make the most appeal from a punting point-of-view. It's great to stay informed when it comes to the big games so you can plan your betting strategy.

Premier League Standings & League Table

Want to see when the next rounds of matches are taking place? Simply visit the Premier League fixtures and league table page and you’ll find details of each game, including the date and the time in question.

Matches tend to be staggered so you’ll often find games being played on a Friday and Monday in addition to Saturday and Sunday. You can also access the latest league table which contains key data about the matches played to date.

You can also view the league table in different formats. For example, readers can look at a home table or away table which is useful for understanding the probability of a particular team winning their next match.

League Table

# Team G W D L +/- P
1 Liverpool 38 32 3 3 85:33 99
2 Manchester City 38 26 3 9 102:35 81
3 Manchester United 38 18 12 8 66:36 66
4 Chelsea 38 20 6 12 69:54 66
5 Leicester 38 18 8 12 67:41 62
6 Tottenham 38 16 11 11 61:47 59
7 Wolverhampton 38 15 14 9 51:40 59
8 Arsenal 38 14 14 10 56:48 56
9 Sheffield United 38 14 12 12 39:39 54
10 Burnley 38 15 9 14 43:50 54
11 Southampton 38 15 7 16 51:60 52
12 Everton 38 13 10 15 44:56 49
13 Newcastle 38 11 11 16 38:58 44
14 Crystal Palace 38 11 10 17 31:50 43
15 Brighton 38 9 14 15 39:54 41
16 West Ham 38 10 9 19 49:62 39
17 Aston Villa 38 9 8 21 41:67 35
18 Bournemouth 38 9 7 22 40:65 34
19 Watford 38 8 10 20 36:64 34
20 Norwich 38 5 6 27 26:75 21

Premier League Bonuses & Free Bets

Who doesn’t like a free bet on Premier League football? Most bookmakers will give you a free bet or a bonus when you open an account and there are often further free bets available for existing customers. You should always read the terms and conditions so you know how to qualify for the latest football offers and promotions.

Many free football bets are available in the form of a deposit bonus, with a bookie prepared to match your first deposit with a free bet to the same stake. This is also known as a first matched bet and there might be a requirement to place a qualifying wager at a particular price.

Some bookmakers will offer a money back sign-up offer if your first bet is a loser, while others might offer Bet Credits which are immediately added to your account but are subject to turnover requirements before any withdrawal can be made.

Premier League Accumulator Betting Tips

Many punters love placing a multiple bet on the English top flight and we provide Premier League betting tips where our experts will select a number of teams that can be combined in an accumulator bet. Customers love a football acca as the odds are multiplied which means a big return can be enjoyed from a small stake and there’s often the chance to Cash Out for a profit along the way. There’s no limit with regard to the number of teams that you can have in your multiple and they can be from different domestic leagues.

Premier League Bet Builder

Several bookmakers now offer a Bet Builder which means that you can make various selections for a particular match and put it in a Bet Builder slip which will calculate the odds of everything happening. For example, you might pick out a team to win, a player to score and a particular correct score, with a small stake required for a potentially big payout.

Cash Out Your Premier League Bets

We’re living in the age of Cash Out and that means punters are able to place football bets and then potentially land a quick return before a match has even finished. Premier League Cash Out means that you’re given the option to close out some or part of your bet early, with most bookmakers offering this service across many EPL betting markets.

Full Cash Out is generally available with every bookmaker and that means customers have the option to either stay in their bet or take the Cash Out alternative and close out their wager. Partial Cash Out means you can take a percentage of the winnings and keep a portion of the bet alive.

Some bookies even offer Auto Cash Out where you can set a Cash Out threshold according to how much you want to win. If the Auto Cash Out value isn’t reached during the course of a sporting event, then the bet will simply be settled in the normal way.