Premier League Odds 2019
The English Premier League is world's most popular soccer league and is broadcast in almost every country on Earth. The excitement and the drama of England's top flight makes it a perfect candidate for sports betting, and placing wagers on the EPL is both easy and exciting. You'll find all the best Premier League Odds right here.
- 01Odds to win Premier League 2019
- 02Premier League relegation odds 2018-19
- 03What are the other types of Premier League Odds
- 04How does the Premier League season work
- 05All-Time Premier League Champions
Odds to win Premier League 2019
The Premier League title battle is down to a two-horse race - Only Manchester City and Liverpool have a shot of winning the 2018/19 edition, and it really could go either way. Latest EPL Championship odds were update on April 15, 2019, and were furnished by bookmakers.
|Team to Win the 2018/19 EPL title|
Currently, City are still the favourites in the market's odds to win the Premier League 2019, as they have been for almost the entire season. They are available at -184, while Liverpool are rated at +153.
Odds for top 4
The Premier League Odds for Top 4 market is always tough to pick now that there are six teams in English soccer all in with a realistic shot of finishing in these positions. For the 2018/19 season, two positions are already assured, leaving Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United to fight it out.
Spurs are the team most likely to secure their place according to the sportsbooks, priced at odds of -450, while North London neighbours Arsenal are at -110. Chelsea are +137, while Manchester United's chances are supposedly the lowest at +200. These odds are current at on April 15, 2019.
There's great value on United in this market at the moment.
|Team to Finish 2018/19 in the EPL Top 4|
Odds for top 6
The 2018/19 Premier League odds for Top 6 race is more or less over, although 2019/20 will give fringe clubs like Everton, Leicester City and Wolves an opportunity to crash the party. While it is always unlikely, you'll normally get odds of at least +5000 for clubs other than the 'Big Six' mentioned above to finish in sixth or higher. Here are the overall EPL standings as of April 15, 2019.
|2. Manchester City||33||83|
|5. Manchester United||33||64|
|7. Leicester City||34||47|
|8. Wolverthampton Wolves||33||47|
|11. West Ham||34||42|
|13. Crystal Palace||34||39|
|14. Burnley FC||34||39|
|18. Cardiff City||33||28|
|20. Huddersfield Town||34||14|
Premier League relegation odds 2018-19
Odds for Relegation
Every season, the teams that finish in the last three places in the standings are relegated to the English Football Championship - the second tier of English soccer. It's a huge financial loss to suffer relegation, and some teams will also see a loss of fans and star players if they drop from the Premier League.
In terms of betting, there is a huge market here - odds for relegation can be found for each team, and you never really know who's going down until the last weeks of the season.
Quite often, the teams who have been recently promoted will drop right back down again (look at Fulham in 2018/19) while other teams will establish themselves and stay for many years (Watford are a great current example). It's never easy to pick, which means the odds are quite generous for most of the season.
For 2018/19, Huddersfield (-162) and Cardiff City (-250) were the favourites to suffer the drop, and while the former have already been relegated, Cardiff City have a glimmer of hope (but it's not looking good for them).
Fulham spent big at the start of the season, and was as much as +500 to go down early on. It just shows how hard this market is to pick. Here are the Team To Relegated odds as of April 15, 2019, at bookmakers.
|EPL Teams to be Relegated|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||+1100|
Odds to Stay Up
While tragedy follows the teams that go down, the ability to survive in the Premier League is relished by some clubs. Burnley was at +200 odds to stay up early on in the season after a poor start, and they have been close to the edge for the whole campaign. Yet with just weeks remaining they are almost certain to hold on, and are -2000 to stay up.
This market is particularly valuable if you can pick a team that's bottom of the table. At Christmas in 2014, Leicester City was bottom of the league, yet somehow they managed to turn it all around and stay in the top flight. You would have got odds around +1000 for them to stay up at that stage.
Odds for Promotion
The odds for promotion market is all about the teams that will most likely advance from the Championship into next season's Premier League. This market is slightly different - the top two teams at the end of the regular season automatically gain promotion, while teams 3-6 playoff for one final spot. That means that teams as low as 12th can still be in with a shot with just a few games to go.
The story of the 2018-19 season has been Leeds United, a former Premier League club with a huge following. At present they are at odds of around -200 to gain promotion, and even if they are forced to go through a playoff they still represent a great chance. With the season winding down, odds on Teams to be Promoted odds are current as of April 15, 2019 at William Hill sportsbook.
|EPL Teams to be Promoted|
|Leeds UnitedLeeds United||-600|
|West Bromwich Albion||+300|
What are the other types of Premier League Odds
There are plenty of other Premier League markets available, as per the below:
Premier League Outright Odds
This market is all about the title winner, and can be taken at any time throughout the season. The 2018/19 favourite was Manchester City (-200) while Liverpool were at +400.
Premier League Moneyline odds
This is your most common bet - simply pick the team you think is going to win the game. You'll always see better odds for favourites in soccer matches, because there is also the chance of a tied game - Find out more here.
Premier League Over Under Odds
The line for this market is usually set at 2.5 goals, although there's always the option to pick your own line. Simply choose whether the total number of goals will be more or less than the number quoted.
Premier League Correct Score Odds
Picking the score is tough, but well worth the effort if you can get it right. Typically a 1-0 victory to the favourite team will be the lowest-priced betting option, and that will normally get you in excess of +600, so it's a great market to make a lot of cash in a hurry.
Premier League Odd Even Odds
If you're more of a roulette gamer, the odds and evens market lets you choose a straight up 50-50 bet on whether there will be an odd or even number of goals in a particular fixture.
Premier League Double Chance odds
The double chance is a great way to hedge your bets, and also a decent idea if you're looking at parlay betting simply because the return isn't as good as an outright moneyline wager. Essentially, you can pick your team AND the draw to cover two of the three possible results.
Premier League Asian Handicap
Asian Handicap betting is hugely popular in soccer betting, mainly because there are few conceivable outcomes in your average match. Betting on a team with a handicap of -1.5 means that you will need them to win by 2 clear goals or more to take home the cash - and of course, you'll be rewarded with generous odds if you're on a winner here.
Premier League Draw no Bet Odds
If three outcomes isn't for you, all sportsbooks will offer a Draw No Bet line, which essentially eliminates the draw from the equation. The odds you'll see will be lower, although a drawn match will result in a refunded bet, so it's a smart choice in a game where there's not likely to be much between the teams.
Premier League Both Team to Score Odds
It seems reasonably likely that both teams will score in a match, although the chances of it happening are around the 65% mark. For that reason, the 'yes' option is usually the favourite, but when betting on a team with a good defensive record, you may be better off selecting 'no'. Research is key to this market.
Premier League Live Betting
Live betting is huge nowadays and is a much more engaging form of sports betting. By taking note of the pre-match odds, lines and margins, you can really take advantage of the live betting options available. Many sportsbooks will also let you cash-out on a bet, which is huge in a league that sees late goals in so many games.
Let's say you've put $100 down at +500 for Leicester City to upset Arsenal. Let's also imagine that Leicester are 1-0 up with 10 minutes to go. There's still a good chance Arsenal will be able to get a goal, and ruining your bet in the process. You may be able to cash out at this point at decent odds, perhaps around +350. You only have one choice at this point - will you settle for a decent win or will you risk it all? That's entirely up to you.
Now that you've learned everything about Premier League betting, it is now time to place your wager in your favourite sportsbook.
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How does the Premier League season work
The English Premier League is made up of 20 teams who each play each other once at home and away during a 38 match season. There are no playoffs - although the final position of each team determines whether or not they will play in lucrative European competitions in the following season.
The three teams that finish bottom of the pack will be relegated to the English Championship, a league that features the next-best 24 teams in English soccer.
European soccer is the ultimate challenge and features the best teams from the top nations in Europe, such as Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain. These clubs feature some huge names - Sergio Ramos, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski and Neymar are just a small sample.
The UEFA Champions League is the top European club tournament, while the Europa League features a wider variety of teams from a larger selection of European countries. Both are prestigious and have a long and illustrious history. The winners of both will gain automatic qualification to the following season's Champions League, while they will also play-off for the UEFA Super Cup.
The FA Cup is the oldest soccer competition in the world and is open to entrants by any English soccer team, regardless of the league that they play in. The event is a knockout tournament, and higher-level teams will enter at the latter stages of the tournament to ensure the Premier League giants aren't involved too early on.
The competition has produced some amazing moments throughout history, and while the Premier League title is often shared by a select few elite clubs, the FA Cup is a competition that any team can win.
Similar to the FA Cup, the League Cup is also a knockout tournament, although it only includes teams from England's four main leagues - the Premier League, Championship, League 1 and League 2.
FA Community Shield
The FA Community Shield is the traditional season-opener, and features the winner of the previous season's FA Cup and Premier League titles.
All-Time Premier League Champions
The Premier League was established in the 1992-93 season, although the English soccer first division has been contested since the late 1800's.
Manchester United is the most successful team in both the history of English soccer, winning 20 titles in total and a whopping 13 since the Premier League era began.
Liverpool has won the top division 18 times, although the Reds are yet to win since prior to the Premier League era starting.
Leicester surprinsingly won the 2015/16 edition (picture).
The top teams are listed below:
- Manchester United - 20 titles
- Liverpool - 18 titles
- Arsenal - 13 titles
- Everton - 9 titles
- Aston Villa - 7 titles
- Sunderland - 6 titles
- Chelsea - 6 titles
- Manchester City - 5 titles
In the Premier League Era, there have only been six different winners. They are as follows:
- Manchester United (13)
- Chelsea (5)
- Arsenal (3)
- Manchester City (3)
- Leicester City (1)
- Blackburn Rovers (1)