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Premier League Betting
Welcome to the ultimate Premier League betting experience! The BetUK sportsbook is the place to be for the best Premier League odds, stats, scores and in-play markets.
Betting on football has never been easier and you can access every Premier League bet right here under one roof. Our sportsbook features the latest odds, pre-match prices, live betting and special wagers on every EPL game of the season.
Whether you’re a Manchester City fan wagering on the title race, a supporter desperate for your team to avoid relegation, or simply want to follow England’s elite clubs every gameweek, we’ve got the perfect sportsbook experience for you.
Explore our latest match odds, check out the league table, discover the outright markets such as Premier League relegation betting, and craft your personal accumulators today!
Premier League Best Bets
If you’re seeking the best football bets then look no further. The BetUK sportsbook features extensive Premier League betting odds on a wide range of outcomes in every match of the season. This means you can craft your ideal bets and wager on the events that are most important to you.
Our markets are in constant flux as we strive to offer the best football odds online. Access more than 300 bet options during every Premier League game and build your own wagers with ease in your dedicated bet slip.
Our betting analysts use the latest data innovations to bring you the most accurate odds available. This means you can be sure to get a great price when wagering on individual games, Premier League top 4 betting and relegation markets. Below, you can find our main outright markets below.
Bet with Premier League title odds
Plenty of attention is given to the Premier League winner odds at the start of every Premier League season. This isn’t a surprise – after all, the title is what all teams in the EPL are striving to achieve. BetUK sets out the odds at the start of the season, with the favourites such as Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea usually priced at the shortest odds.
Betting on who will win the Premier League isn’t just consigned to pre-season. Our EPL winner odds constantly change throughout the season, which means you can time your bets to perfection. If one club takes a big lead in the table then their odds with shorten on winning the title. However, a bad run of form could see the odds flip to another contender.
Many punters use the live betting markets to wager on clubs at different times of the season, and cash out to make a tasty profit. Indeed, most punters who bet on Premier League winner are in it for the long-haul. And this can prove a lucrative market!
Premier League Relegation Betting
Likewise, choosing to delve into Premier League relegation betting can prove just as profitable. Here, you have three chances to pick a team for the drop, and usually the likely contenders are obvious at the start of the season.
Of course, there are always anomalies when it comes to Premier League relegation betting. Usually one of the teams promoted from the Championship enjoys a stellar campaign in the top flight and easily staves off the drop. Meanwhile, one of the regular middling clubs will suffer a dip and get dragged into the mire. Staying in the Premier League carries massive financial rewards with the Championship play-off final worth an expected £100+ million to the winner. So, if you find English Premier League odds to avoid relegation during the Premier League season when they're a new to the league, it's likely that they're highly regarded to be Premier League standard.
Punters play the Premier League relegation betting markets in the same way as the title. You can wager on one team at high odds, and then cash out or bet against them when they suffer a slump in form.
Premier League Relegation Odds
Premier League Top 4 Betting
One of the most popular Premier League bet types is found in the top four market. Securing a Champions League place by finishing in the top four positions is vital for seven or eight clubs – and this means there’s a scramble each season to get into the competition.
This is great for football betting fans because these top clubs can all beat each other, and the top four is always changing. The odds, therefore, are also in flux. It means you can bet on teams at one stage of the season and then wager against them later on, making a profit regardless of what happens in the end.
You can bet on a team finishing in the top four at any point in the season by simply scrolling down to the bottom of the EPL odds page. What’s more, you can wager on more than one club to secure a top-four finish in an accumulator bet created within your bet slip. Simply click on each odds selection and the bet slip will combine them together into a mega wager at greater odds!
Best Teams to Back for Premier League Betting
When looking at Premier League betting markets, it's worth noting which teams are best to back for each market, for example, if you're looking to place a goals-related bet, you wouldn't back Everton or Wolverhampton Wanderers as they're known as teams who like to keep the scoreline low, this does mean that the Premier League betting odds for them to score over 1.5 goals or over 2.5 goals in the game, will be exceptionally higher than the Premier League odds for Man City to replicate it.
If you're looking to back a single English Premier League match, you'll find that there are betting odds for goals, cards, corners and a lot more! We recommend checking out the stat pack that comes with each game in our football betting sportsbook. However, these are the teams we recommend backing for each market.
- Over/Under Goals: Tottenham Hotspur
- Both Teams to Score
- Corners: Newcastle United
- Yellow Cards: Aston Villa
- Red Cards: Arsenal
Football Betting Terms You Need To Know
Football fans are extremely knowledgeable but if you’re starting out in football betting then you might need to freshen up on a few words and phrases. Here are the core football betting terms you need to know in order to help you make the right choices when you bet…
Match odds – These are the football odds most commonly bet on. Match odds focus on the result of a game, be it either a home win (1), draw (X) or away win (2). They can often be shown as 1X2.
BTTS – This stands for Both Teams To Score and is a wager where you bet on, you guessed it, both teams scoring in a game! These odds are popular amongst those wagering on accumulators, and are an ideal alternative bet if you can’t confidently predict the match result.
Handicaps – Goal handicaps help level out the match odds and give you the chance to wager on games where there is a heavy favourite. You might, for example, bet on Chelsea to beat Luton in an FA Cup game. A simple win bet wouldn’t offer very good odds, but if you wager that Chelsea will win with a -2.5 goal handicap then suddenly your odds increase.
First goalscorer – Another popular market, this is where you bet on who will score first in a game. You can bet on the game’s first goalscorer or a team’s first goalscorer. You can also bet on a player to score at any time, although those odds are always smaller than the first/last goalscorer markets.
Cards – Many punters find profit in cards betting. You can bet on individual players to earn a yellow or red card, or wager on a certain number of cards being brandished in a game. Intense derbies often generate more cards, and these are the matches many punters gravitate towards!
How to bet in-play on the Premier League
In-play football betting is hugely popular among punters as it offers the chance to make quick decisions and exploit the odds. Indeed, most football betting fans wager in-play during games, looking for gaps in the markets and timing their wagers to the optimal moment.
Here at BetUK you can bet in-play on the Premier League with ease. Many of our markets stay open during games, and all you have to do to place a live bet is find the odds that are right for you. You can explore each in-play fixture, click on the odds and confirm your bet in the pop-up bet slip. But you may have to be quick as the odds can change in a flash if something big happens during the game!
In-play betting is perhaps the most exciting way to follow all the action. You can wager on markets such as:
- Match result
- Next goalscorer
- Yellow and red cards
- Total goals
- Correct score
- Double Chance
Remember to keep an eye on the live stats available on each EPL game when you’re accessing in-play Premier League betting markets. These will help you make even smarter bet choices and potentially lead to bigger profits. Each of these markets can be used while placing bet builder bets on individual games.
Premier League derbies
They say form goes “out the window” when it comes to Premier League derbies and they’re not wrong. Derbies are the games where against-the-odds upsets are often found. There is no knowing exactly how a team responds to a derby – and there are some outcomes that are more likely to happen during a grudge match.
Derby betting trends include:
- Increased number of cards – There are generally more cards shown in derby games than ‘normal’ Premier League matches.
- More late drama – Derbies can be incredibly tight and it often leads to late drama, with goals, last-ditch saves and red cards all part of the action
- More corners – This ties into the ‘late drama’ expected in derbies. There are usually more corners awarded in derbies because there is more attacking intent from both teams
- More draws – More draws are produced in derbies compared to ‘normal’ football fixtures, sometimes by as much as 25% more each season
The league formed back in 1992 but English football’s historic derbies go back much further than that. The Mancehster derby, the Merseyside derby and any Midlands derby are guaranteed to provide drama every season. There are also scores of cross-London clashes, due to the large number of London clubs in the league. Big derbies include:
- Liverpool vs Manchester United
- Arsenal vs Tottenham
- Manchester United vs Leeds
- Chelsea vs Arsenal
- Brighton vs Crystal Palace
- Manchester City vs Manchester United
- Aston Villa vs Wolves
- Everton vs Liverpool
Additional rivalries have also sprung up that don’t have anything to do with where clubs are based in England. Chelsea and Leeds have a rivalry dating back to the 1970s, Arsenal and Manchester United’s rivalry sparked in the 1990s and these days Manchester City and Liverpool games are fiercely contested.
Premier League betting app
Derbies often feature more online betting odds than normal fixtures, and many more in-play markets. That’s why downloading the BetUK app is the ideal way to stay on top of games while they’re playing out in front of your eyes.
Our app is ideal for sports bettors who want to access multiple markets at the best odds. You can follow all the action and place timele live bets at the perfect moment all via your smartphone. What’s more, you can access our full range of sports bets, promos and deposit methods through the app, and make changes to your profile whenever you like.
With some many Premier League games to bet on, use the BetUK app to keep apace with every kick, shot and save today!
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