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The Premier League is the highest level of competition in association football (soccer) in England. It comprises of 20 clubs – 19 of which are from England and one is from Wales. The Premier League is considered one of the most prestigious football leagues in the world. The Premier League season runs from August until May, with the majority of games on Saturday afternoons. However, some games are played on other days of the week due to schedule changes and television demands. This means that excepting breaks for international games, there are almost always games available for Premier League tips from tipsters. Games are available for picks three days in advance; however, the best tips tend to be posted closer to kick off time. The top four teams in the Premier League qualify for the UEFA Champions League, and here you can find UEFA Champions League tips, while the bottom three teams are relegated to the Championship. Teams play each other twice a season – once at home and once away for a total of 38 games each per season. While the top clubs in the Premier League are among the richest in the world, there is a good level of competition throughout the league making for many interesting bets and Premier League tips. This is clearly shown by the 2016 winners Leicester City, who were 5,000-1 to win the Premier League title prior to the 2015-16 season starting.
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Being the most popular league in the world, the markets for this league are very well placed. The good news is - this is the league with most markets in the world. The bad news is - this is a league where ‘crowd wisdom’ is extremely strong, so one can profit only with a high level of expertise.
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This season, the Premier League is about to kick off on Friday, 9th of August, when Liverpool is going to face newly promoted Norwich. Who are the favourites, who’ll get relegated and who just might surprise? The ProTipster crew comes up with all the answers…
British Premier League is the world’s most popular league where even the poorest clubs are rich. 20 privileged teams play in this league, with 38 rounds being played. Twice in a row now, Manchester City were able to lift the trophy, with the record 198 points won during those two seasons. Once again, the men of Pep Guardiola are going to be favourites to win the title, but there are a lot of teams just waiting for them to slip up…
As written before, Manchester City are once again the first favourites to win the league. Most of the bookmakers will give odds around 1.6 for them to win it again, which is pretty low and means they have somewhere around 65 per cent chance to repeat their success. They are followed by Liverpool, the only team bookmakers consider are able to challenge City for the title. The odds on them to win can usually be found around 3.5. All the other members of ‘Big Six’ - Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United - are considered a long shot to challenge for the title this season.
One can hardly argue with this kind of assessment, as all those clubs have some deep organizational and/or roster issues. Chelsea got banned by UEFA and were therefore unable to bring any new players. With the departure of their main star Eden Hazard, they look weaker than last season. Tottenham are also set to lose Christian Eriksen, who declined to sign a new contract. Spurs have a very good line-up, but their roster is pretty thin, something that was evident a season ago also. Arsenal and Manchester United are somewhere in the rebuild or reprogramming mode, so it’s hard to imagine them being better than they were last season.
So, the battle for the title will almost certainly (once again) be a City vs Liverpool duel. Looking at the last season, these two teams were head and shoulders above everyone else (Liverpool won 25 points more than the third-placed Chelsea) and although it’s hard to imagine they’ll be once again that dominant, it really looks as these two teams are the only serious title contenders.
In the Premier League, it’s hard to imagine something like ‘Leicester fairytale’ to happen any time soon. Last season, at one point, the difference between the sixth position (Manchester United) and the seventh position was a huge gap of 15 points. There is a big gap between the ‘Big Six’ and the rest and although this gap might get smaller this season, it still exists.
Speaking in these terms, one of the most interesting bets is ‘Winner without the Big 6’ or ‘the best of the rest’ champion, something Wolves were surprisingly able to pull off last time around. This season, two favourites for this ‘title’ are Everton and Leicester, both being given the odds around 3.0. As we see it, Everton is a team that just might not only win this title but also get in the top 6 spot. They have an excellent roster, and the club didn’t lose any important players during the transfer period. They finished last season with some style and it really looks they are ready to take the next step. For them to make it into top 6 the bookmakers offer really excellent odds around 5.0. Another interesting team is West Ham, a club with an excellent roster. If they can be more consistent, they certainly have the quality to challenge for the top six spot.
As always, teams who just managed to earn the promotion to the Premier League (Norwich, Sheffield United and Aston Villa) are considered as the top favourites to get immediately relegated. For all of them, relegation is valued somewhere around 2.0 to 2.5 in terms of odds. It will be very interesting to see how Norwich will cope with the Premier League competition, as they were playing extremely attacking-minded and attractive football in the Championship. Their coach, young German expert Daniel Farke, will probably not change the playing culture, so it could prove to be very dangerous playing that certain style against stronger opposition.
Another relegation candidate is definitely Newcastle, with odds being around 3.0. They are, for a second year now, in the middle of ownership crisis, as their owner Mike Ashely is unsuccessfully trying to sell the club for two years. And that means no investment in the team and really the erosion of quality. Rafa Benitez is gone, and Steve Bruce is going to have a really difficult job.