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EPL online betting guide

Broadcast to over 190 countries, and with a cumulative global audience of over 3.2 billion, no one can rival the English Premier League (EPL) when it comes to excitement and entertainment. With $1.37 billion wagered on the 380 matches every year, Premier League betting online is as big as they come.

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Odds updated: Jun 28, 2:58 AM UTC

English Premier League: Previous winners

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2020/21 Premier League champions

Man City

City were among the favorites for the Premier League title before the season started, and lived up to the tag by securing a fifth title with three matches to spare. It was the club's third title in the last four seasons and reinforced their dominance in English domestic soccer under Pep Guardiola.

Previous Winner Soccer Golden Boot

2020/21 golden boot winner

Harry Kane

Harry Kane won the award after scoring his 23rd goal of the season against Leicester on the final day. The England captain was one of the favorites to be Premier League top scorer at the start of the season, and now has three Golden Boots to his name.

Previous Winner Soccer Player Of The Year

2020/21 PFA player of the year

Ruben Dias

The Portuguese capped a title-winning season in the Premier League by winning this prestigious award, coveted by players because it is voted for by their fellow professionals. Dias made 32 league appearances for Man City this season, scoring one goal and helping his side register 15 clean sheets when he played.

Previous Winner Soccer Player Of The Year

2020/21 PFA young player of the year

Phil Foden

The 21-year-old established himself as a key member of the City midfield, being involved in 14 Premier League goals in 17 starts and 11 substitute appearances. The England international won ahead of City team-mate Ruben Dias, as well as Marcus Rashford, Mason Mount, Declan Rice, and Bukayo Saka.

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It has been an unpredictable season, with COVID-19 playing havoc with fixture lists and decimating matchday squads. However, the cream has risen to the top, with Pep Guardiola masterminding yet another title push for a Manchester City side brimming with talent.

But as Premier League title betting shows, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool has not gone away.

Their superstar wide-men Sadio Mane and Mohamad Salah have looked as fierce as ever this season, while Diogo Jota has shown great form and edged ahead of the talented Roberto Firmino in the pecking order.

The Merseyside club is waiting in the wings for City to slip-up, as they attempt to claim their second title in three seasons.

Thomas Tuchel has built on Chelsea’s impressive European triumph, putting together a squad that is ready to compete for league honors.

They may not win it this year, but with this manager and group of players, it would be foolish to bet against them taking home the title before Tuchel leaves Stamford Bridge.

Soccer bets explained

Moneyline

Aka match result odds, the moneyline is the most straightforward bet available if we are looking to wager on a soccer match – which team do we think is going to win? We decide and place our bet accordingly. Important to note in soccer, unlike many other sports, the moneyline can also include the third option of betting on the tie (draw).

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Team G W D L GD Pts
1 AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Arsenal Arsenal 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Aston Villa Aston Villa 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Brentford Brentford 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Brighton and Hove Albion Brighton and Hove Albion 0 0 0 0 0 0
6 Chelsea Chelsea 0 0 0 0 0 0

Last updated: Jun 28, 2:01 AM UTC

English Premier League betting promotions

Parlay insurance

A parlay is a bet on several different matches or outcomes. Usually, all the results have to be right for you to get a return.

Many Soccer betting sites offer parlay insurance. This means if one of your teams or players lets you down, you still get all or part of your stake back.

Cash out

Cash Out allows you to close your bet and get some winnings before a match is over. If you have backed one side to win but fear their opponents will equalize, you may want to cash out.

However, the amount you get back will not be as much as your payout would be at full-time.

Money back insurance

With a money-back offer, you have the insurance that if your bet loses in a particular way, you will receive your stake back – usually in the form of a free bet. One example is when you back a team to win on the moneyline and the match is a draw. It’s worth shopping around for these offers.

Free bet clubs

The idea is a simple one; if you are a member of the club and you wager a certain amount with them during the week, you receive a free bet at the weekend. Soccer betting sites encourage loyalty with offers like this.

Bet builders

With bet builders you can create your own bet from any number of markets, which means if your bet doesn’t exist, you can get it priced up. For instance, if you think one team will win on the moneyline, a particular player will score and there will be a certain number of bookings or corners, a sportsbook will let you build that bet – then give you odds for it.

Odds boosts

Sportsbooks will often offer an enhanced price on a particular outcome to offer their customers extra value, but also to attract extra bets. The new boosted price could be about the next player to score, the final result of a match, or any other event.

2 goal early payout

Some sportsbooks will pay out on a bet as a win on the moneyline if the team in question goes two goals ahead. This means that if you have wagered on that team and they go two goals up, and their opponents come back to equalize or even win the match, you still win your bet.

In-play betting on the Premier League

In-play betting sees prices change continuously, increasing the opportunities to bet and adding to the matchday experience.

For instance, Manchester United might take the lead in a match; but you still think on the balance of play that Chelsea will win. Premier League betting online during a game means you can now easily wager on Chelsea with an in-play bet.

Chelsea’s odds will now be longer than they were before the game thanks to United’s goal, so the potential payout will be larger. In-play betting allows you to bet instantaneously, with as up-to-date information as possible.

Premier League betting tips

Competition between sportsbooks on English Premier League betting is good news for bettors because that means a huge number of markets, and offers to choose from.

Premier League betting sites offer odds on a wide range of outcomes. The best sportsbooks have a good reputation for quick payouts and competitive odds – both pregame and in-play.

It’s always worth looking for English Premier League betting online offers, too. New customers can often get free bets when they sign up.

More and more sportsbooks offer promotions to existing customers as well. There are money-back specials on particular outcomes, price boosts on certain fixtures, and many more.

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