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Premier League (England) Odds & Predictions

On the 2023-2024 Premier League (England) fixtures page, you can find the full schedule for the Premier League, the best odds for upcoming events, and predictions from UKClubSport.


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English Premier League Odds & Betting

The Premier League’s origins can be traced back to May 1992, when 22 First Division clubs resigned. Typically, an EPL season starts in early August and ends in late May. But before 1992, the English Premier League was called the Football League, founded in 1888. Twelve clubs contested this league when it was first founded, and Preston was the first champion. But as time passed, more clubs were created, and a rival football association called the Football Alliance was founded. These two leagues ran side by side for three seasons until they were merged in 1892. This saw the beginning of the First Division era, which was later renamed the English Premier League in 1992.

Like every football competition and tournament, the English Premier League has its own format. The league is played between 20 teams in a round-robin format, home and away. This means that each team will play a total of 38 games—19 home games and 19 away games—and top online sportsbooks offer EPL betting for all these games. Before the start of each season, bookmakers often set their English Premier League odds low for favourites. But as the season progresses and teams’ performances come to the limelight, these bookies adjust their Premier League betting odds accordingly.

Based on the UEFA club coefficient ranking, where England is currently in the first position, the first four positions on the table after the season ends qualify automatically for the UEFA Champions League. In contrast, the team in fifth place qualifies for the UEFA Europa League. As for the teams in the last three positions of the table, they are relegated to the second division, the Championship. The top two teams in the Championship and the winner of the play-off between the third-through-sixth-placed teams in the Championship will take their places.

Last season (2021/2022), Manchester City and Liverpool put on a good show, and the league winner (Manchester City) was decided in the last game of the season. Manchester City had won the league 4 times in the last five seasons, only missing out in 2019/2020 when Liverpool won it. Regarding the eurocups, Liverpool managed to reach the final of the UEFA Champions League last season, where they were defeated 1-0 by Real Madrid. They were the winners of the 2018/2019 UEFA Champions League, although Chelsea won it more recently in the 2020/2021 season.

How to Bet on Premier League

English Premier League boasts around 4.7 billion viewers worldwide, including sports bettors. When you check the EPL offerings of top bookmakers, you will find a wide range of betting markets and options, some of which may not be available in other leagues.

To bet on the Premier League, follow the steps below:

  1. Choose a top online bookmaker after carefully reviewing its gambling services and features.
  2. Create an account with the sports betting site, which usually involves filling out a registration form with details like your name, email address, and date of birth.
  3. Fund your new Premier League betting account using one of the bookmaker's safe banking options. It may be a good call to check the limits and fees that apply to deposits so you can choose the best payment method.
  4. With money in your betting account, choose your preferred EPL games and select your betting markets and the equivalent Premier League betting odds.
  5. Fill your bet slip with your selections and choose how you want to place the bet— singles, accumulators, or round robins.
  6. Enter the amount to wager according to the bookmaker’s limits and place the bet. Once you do, the bet should appear in your bet history, and you can follow the outcome.

When registering an account with your preferred Premier League betting site, you may also want to claim the sign-up bonus on offer, which can boost your bankroll. However, make sure you read the bonus's instructions and terms and conditions to know if it is a good choice. Some aspects of the bonus terms and conditions to consider are the wagering requirements, maximum bonus amount, validity periods, and so on.

Popular Premier League Markets

While numerous markets are available for Premier League betting, the availability of these markets may vary from one bookmaker to another. Some online betting sites offer a more comprehensive range of markets, while others offer fewer options for EPL betting. Nevertheless, you will find many outright and variable markets for pre-match and live betting when you play at the best Premier League betting sites.

Let’s highlight a few of the popular ones:

  • Match-winner
  • Totals under/total
  • Handicaps
  • Draw no bet
  • Double chance
  • Correct score

Apart from the regular markets, you will also likely find proposition markets that do not depend on the overall outcome of the game. Examples of these proposition markets include betting on the player to score the first goal in a game, the team to concede the first foul, and so on. Likewise, long-term (outright) markets are available at some EPL bookies, such as betting on the team to win the league or the top four teams to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.

At some EPL betting sites, you will also find combination markets, such as the home team to win and total goals, or conditional markets, like the away team to win or total goals. You may even find statistics bets where you can wager money on the team to have the highest possession after some specified minutes of the game.

Some of the sports betting sites you can check out for outright markets are

  • SkyBet
  • Betway
  • 888Sports
  • Ladbrokes
  • Paddy Power

Premier League Winner Odds

This season (2022/23), Arsenal is a big contender and favourite to win the league. However, they are followed closely by Manchester City, a team looking to clinch their fifth EPL title in the last six. In the first half of the season, Arsenal was the league leader, winning 16 games, drawing two, and losing two. They ended the first half with 50 points, and Manchester City was in second position with 45 points. However, with 19 games to play in the second half of the season, the Premier League winner odds scale can tip anywhere.


Should Arsenal continue their incredible performance and win the EPL, it will be the first time they become the Premier League winner since their last win in 2003/04. When the season started, Arsenal’s Premier League winner odds were at 40/1, which meant that they were not considered the favourites by many. But as the season progressed and the Gunners put on incredible form, their Premier League odds were significantly lowered. As a result, many bookmakers are confident that Arsenal will win the league, although it’s far from a walk in the park.

You can bet on the Premier League winner odds at some sports betting sites. However, if you plan to bet on the EPL winner, consider factors like the remaining number of games for the teams and the toughness of the games. You should also factor in stats like the team’s performances, head-to-head information about the games, and so on.

Apart from Premier League title odds, you can place long-term (outright) bets on teams to qualify for the UEFA Champions League at some bookmakers. You can also bet on the team to qualify for the UEFA Europa League and the order of the top four teams when the season ends.

Most Wins in the Premier League

Since the formation of the English Premier League in 1992, Manchester United have won it 13 times. However, the Red Devils lost touch after Sir Alex Ferguson left the team in 2013, the last time Manchester United won the English Premier League title.

However, things have changed, and Manchester City has become a dominant force in recent years. The Citizens have a total of six EPL titles in their cabinet. Even more noteworthy is that they’ve won the league four times in the last five seasons. Liverpool won their first EPL title in the 2019/20 season, although they won many titles when the league was still called the English First Division Football League.

As for Chelsea, they’ve won the league six times, with the first one in 2004/05. The current league leaders, Arsenal, have also won the league three times in the past, with their most recent win coming in 2003/04. Should the Gunners win the 2022/23 ELP title, it will be their first in 18 years.

Team Number of EPL title wins
Manchester United 13
Manchester City 6
Chelsea 5
Arsenal 3
Blackburn Rovers 1
Leicester City 1
Liverpool 1

Premier League Relegation Odds

Some online bookmakers offer Premier League relegation odds, allowing punters to bet on the three teams that will get relegated to the Championship. This long-term (outright) market can sometimes come with high Premier League odds, but as you may expect, they are trickier to predict. However, with the season coming to an end, it won’t be surprising to see these relegation teams pull some offsets in their battle to stay out of the relegation zone. We’ve seen cases where teams in the relegation zone have managed to beat league table-toppers. And the returns on this type of bet can be pretty massive.

When the 2022/2023 English Premier League season started, three new teams got promoted from the Championship to the league — Fulham, Bournemouth, and Nottingham Forest. Only one of these three teams (Fulham) is far away from the relegation zone. At the end of the first half of the season, Southampton was in the last position with only 15 points after losing 14 games, drawing three, and managing only four wins. Everton, like Bournemouth, is in the relegation zone.


However, a few other teams are not clear from the relegation zone. Bournemouth, Leeds United, West Ham, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Nottingham Forest and Leicester City are in the relegation battle as the points between these teams are small. Many of these teams still have tough matches to play, and it would be great to see how they perform.

Premier League Top Scorer Odds

Some sports betting sites allow players to place outright bets on the Premier League top scorer odds. This is just as it sounds— you are betting on the player to score the highest number of goals at the end of the season. And the good thing is that the Premier League betting odds for this type of market can be pretty high, like many other long-term bets. However, as the potential winner of the top scorer becomes more evident, it is common for bookies to adjust their league odds accordingly.

The battle for the top EPL scorer this season seems to be over. Manchester City’s signing, Erling Haaland, has been in terrific form, scoring doubles and hat tricks almost at will. In the first five EPL games, the forward netted nine goals, making him the first to pull that off in the league's history. No doubt, Haaland will be looking to score more goals as the season progresses.

Apart from Haaland, Tottenham’s striker Harry Kane has also been impressive in front of goal this season. And surprisingly, Ivan Toney of Brentford is among the top three scorers in the English Premier League. However, the gap between these two players and Haaland seems to be high at the time of this writing, which explains why bookmakers are confident that the Norwegian international will win the Premier League top scorer odds. But in football, anything can happen, so there is no way of knowing for sure where the 2022/23 EPL golden boot will go. If you are interested in betting on the England Premier League top scorer odds, check betting sites like Betfair and William Hill. However, make sure you do your own research to know if these betting sites are a good choice for your tastes.

FAQ Premier League

Who are the favourites to win the English Premier League?

Arsenal looks like the favourite to win the English Premier League after their performance in the first half of the season. The Gunners lost only two games in the first half of the season, where they ended as the table-toppers with 50 points. However, Guardiola’s Manchester City are keeping the pressure on, and so is Manchester United.

Who is the Champion in the EPL now?

The current English Premier League champion is Manchester City. They won the EPL title last season with 93 points, and Liverpool came in second with 92 points. The win last season means that Manchester City has won four of the last five EPL titles for a total of six. They are also giving Arsenal a run for their money as they continue to press on in a bid to topple them this season.