Premier League betting tips

Premier League 2018/19

The Premier League is one of the biggest football competitions on the planet. It has some of the world’s most renowned and successful clubs, as well as some of the most gifted, exciting and well-paid players. It’s hardly surprising then that competition is fierce and it’s popular the world over. That’s why we’re here to tell you everything you need to know about the biggest and best domestic football competition for this year’s Premier League 2018/19 season

Premier League Betting Tips

Bet closesTipsterEventBetOddsResultat
18 May
19:30
Sassuolo vs. Roma
Italian Serie A
Bet: Roma to win
 
18 May
17:00
Manchester City vs. Watford
FA Cup
Bet: Manchester City to win by three goals
 
17 May
19:45
Charlton vs Doncaster
EFL League One
Bet: Both teams to score
 
16 May
19:45
Portsmouth vs Sunderland
EFL League One
Bet: Portsmouth to win
 
15 May
19:45
Atalanta vs. Lazio
Coppa Italia
Bet: Atalanta to win
 

Premier League Table

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The 20 Premier League teams compete in a points-based league system each playing 38 games across the league season. Each team plays the other opposing 19 teams twice in a season, one at their home ground, and a second fixture later in the season in an away game at their opponent’s ground.

Like in other world football leagues a win is worth 3 points, a draw where neither team wins the match earns each team 1 point, and a loss will see your team going home with nothing.

The Premier League table can be split into four separate sections indicated on the image by different colours.

Premier League Table 201718

Source: Wikipedia, Premier League

The Champions League

The top green section indicates the top finishing teams that qualify for Europe’s elite pan-European football tournament, the Champions League. The Champions League plays host to the teams who finish at the top of some of Europe’s best leagues. Qualification to the Champions League is extremely lucrative and has thus made competition for these places extremely competitive in recent years.

The Europa League

The second tier of teams ranging from places 5-7, indicated in blue on the image qualify for Europe’s second competition, the Europa League. Opinions are mixed when it comes to the Europa League but there are always good teams involved as well as today’s and tomorrow’s talent to be on the lookout for.

Klopp Liverpool Champions League

Qualification to the Champions League is extremely lucrative and Liverpool came close to clinching it last season

Premier League Safety

The next section of the Premier League table range from places 8-17 indicated in grey. Teams finishing the season in these spots neither qualify for European football competitions the following season, nor suffer relegation into the second tier of English football, the Championship.

Premier League Relegation

The final section of the Premier League table are the relegation places indicated in red. The three teams that finish in these bottom places with the least points in the league at the end of the season are relegated to the next tier of English football, the Championship.  Three more teams from the second tier of English football are promoted in their place for the following season. Relegation is not only considered an embarrassment for many teams, but can be disastrous financially. Most of the competition in the places immediately above the relegation spots is to not suffer relegation itself and in addition to the battle for the trophy itself and European places, the battle to stay in the Premier League and avoid relegation brings an added tension to the league towards the end of the season.