Premier league 18/19 Betting Offers - Get the Best Betting Tips
The World Cup came to the rescue of football fans this summer. It broke up the normal monotony of the extended break but there’s nothing quite like the Premier League.
Thankfully, the 2018/19 season is nearly upon us so it’s time to start getting excited. As well as the weekly drama we all have ahead of us, punters have a vast amount of opportunity ahead of them.
Premier League betting offers and betting odds come in all manner of different forms. At thebookiesoffers.co.uk we will provide betting tips for all of the biggest and most important Premier League matches but for now we’re taking an early look at the outright markets.
Premier League Winner Betting Odds
Manchester City ran away with the Premier League title last season and the bookies are expecting something similar by the look of the early odds to win the Premier League.
With yet more spending over the summer transfer window, Man City look the team most likely to return for those who bet on Premier League winner outcomes regularly. The best price you can get on Guardiola’s men is the 4/6 that Boylesports are offering.
That may be a little short given the competitiveness of the Premier League so Liverpool, Man Utd and Tottenham are all going to get plenty of support in the betting.
However, the Chelsea odds to win Premier League glory really stand out at 20/1 with Betway. The Blues tend to follow poor seasons with good ones and the lack of Champions League football should help their chances – providing the future of Antonio Conte and some big name Chelsea players is sorted out early.
Top 4 Betting Odds
Premier League betting odds come in many forms. The betting for a top 4 place has become increasingly popular for example as the importance of a Champions League place grows.
Liverpool Premier League triumphs have so far only been in the dreams of their fans. That dream has come a little closer to reality in recent years and Liverpool are only improving under Jurgen Klopp. We don’t think they’ll win the league but Liverpool are certainties for a top 4 finish at 1/4 with Coral.
Top 6 Betting Odds
Over the last three or four seasons the Premier League has begun to resemble a league within a league. There are the teams in the top 6 positions and then the rest, the majority of whom could easily get dragged into the relegation battle.
Breaking into the top 4 positions remains a pipe dream for most Premier League teams but we have seen teams break into the top 6 after finishing in the bottom half in the previous season lately so the top 6 betting markets do offer opportunity for shrewd punters.
Wolves’ performances when winning the Championship by nine points last season will see many punters back them for at top 6 finish at 10/1 with Unibet. Leicester have the players to challenge at 8/1 with Betfred while West Ham’s recruitment of quality players and a Premier League winning manager in Manuel Pellegrini make them tempting outsiders at 20/2 with Betfred.
Top Goalscorer Betting Odds
There are several ways of profiting from individual player performances but the most popular of these is the top goalscorer markets.
The race between Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah went all the way down to the wire last season. The Liverpool forward managed to pip Kane to the post with 32 goals but it’s the England captain who is the favourite for the 2018/19 season.
Romelu Lukaku has the quality to top score but will he get enough chances given Man Utd’s defensive style under Jose Mourinho? Gabriel Jesus could be a better option as he has become increasingly important for Man City who will likely be the top scoring team.
Relegation Betting Odds
Premier League betting odds don’t only have to focus on the top of the table, far from it. The battle to avoid relegation often goes on much longer than the title race which makes the Premier League relegation odds very changeable.
For that reason it’s worth betting with bookies that allow you to cash out of ante post bets because you can get in and out of the relegation betting multiple times throughout the season.
In terms of the odds, Cardiff are the favourites to go straight back down to the Championship at odds-on across the board but Huddersfield (5/4 with Betway), Watford (2/1 with William Hill) and Southampton (8/1 with 888Sport) look more tempting options.
Several teams were caught up in the relegation battle last season so don’t be surprised if Brighton, Newcastle, Bournemouth and even Burnley are dragged into it at some stage.
To Stay Up Betting Odds
As well as backing teams to be relegated, you can also support those who you think will stay up. There isn’t a great deal of early value in the market (it’s one where patience is a virtue) but it could be worth betting Cardiff to stay up at Evens with William Hill.
Neil Warnock’s men aren’t the best technically but they are physical, organised and very tough to beat. Fulham are another of the promoted teams who could stay up at 8/15 with Bet365.