Latest Premier League Betting Offers, Free Bets and Odds Comparison for the 2017-18 Football Season
The Premier League is the richest and most exciting football league in the world and also the one that is most watched and most bet on. The fast pace of English football and (relative) honesty of the players has made the Premier League loved throughout the world and this has created a virtuous circle where more money attracts better and more exciting players, which in turn generates more money for the Premier League. The 2017-18 season is almost upon us so it’s time to get your Ante Post Football Betting in order!
Here are the best of the Premier League betting offers for new customers. Note the winnings are paid in free bets and please read the full terms at the relevant betting site. You can only choose one offer from any given bookie.
These Coral offers are available to new customers aged 18+. Max bet it £1.00, winnings are paid in free bets and the minimum deposit is £5.00. See the Coral site for the full terms and conditions. Please bet responsibly.
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Take your pick of these new customer offers. All have max bets of £1.00 with winnings paid in free bets. Check out the full terms on the Betfair betting site. Alternatively, you could choose to claim the Betfair £100 Free Bet Offer instead!
- 25/1 Liverpool to beat West Ham – New customer offer, max stake £1, all winnings paid in free bets, valid for 7 days, only deposits with cards/PayPal count, Exchange and multiple bets excluded. T&C’s Apply.
- 30/1 Man Utd v 40/1 Chelsea – New customer offer, max stake £1, all winnings paid in free bets, valid for 7 days, only deposits with cards/PayPal count, Exchange and multiple bets excluded. T&C’s Apply.
- Bet £10 Get £30 + £10 on Man Utd v Chelsea – see 888sport site for full terms and conditions.
Here we’ve got the latest Premier League betting offers, free bets and tips, as well as the latest odds for upcoming matches. So whether you want to bet on who will win the Premier League this season, you’d prefer to have a punt on which sides will be relegated from the top flight or you just want to hoover up some top betting offers, read on to see what there is.
Best Premier League Betting Offers
Premier League Betting Odds Comparison
As the Premier League season gets ever closer to its climax, this weekend has a number of significant games that affect the relegation battle and the fight for a top four finish.
With Man City the runaway leaders (and also not playing this weekend as they face Arsenal in the EFL Cup Final on Sunday) the game of the weekend if Man United v Chelsea, but there is plenty more action to enjoy besides.
Premier League Betting Tips
- Leicester v Stoke – Leicester to win at 3/4 with William Hill
- Bournemouth v Newcastle – BTTS at 4/5 with Betfred
- Brighton v Swansea – Dra half time/Swansea full time at 8/1 with Betfair
- Burnley v Southampton – Draw at 21/10 with Betfair
- Liverpool v West Ham – Liverpool to win and BTTS at 7/4 with Ladbrokes
- West Brom v Huddersfield – West Brom to win at 19/20 with Betfair
- Watford v Everton – Watford to win to nil at 11/4 with William Hill
- Crystal Palace v Tottenham – Spurs to be winning at half time and full time at 13/10 with Coral
- Man United v Chelsea – Under 2.5 goals at 8/11 with Betfred
Premier League Betting
Betting on the Premier League is a weekly hobby for thousands of people and not only does it add a little extra spice to watching football, it can also make you a nice little profit. If you’ve thought about betting on the football before but not been sure what to do or what to bet on then we’ve got the information you need right here, with details of the best and most popular Premier League bets and markets.
Why not check out our betting tips above and see what takes your fancy or put your own Premier League predictions to the test by having a bet on them?
Either way, be sure to take advantage of the various free bets and football betting offers the online bookies dish out.
Given the UK betting market is one of the biggest in the world it is no surprise that betting on the Premier League is huge business. Massive UK and global online bookies offer amazing free bets and football betting offers for the Premier League, as well as other top football divisions and this means us punters have a better chance than ever to make a profit from betting on football.
Read on for the latest Premier League betting offers, free bets, odds, betting tips and promotions, as well as a brief history of the Premier League, some stats, facts and trivia and details on some of the most popular Premier League bets.
Best Football Betting Markets
- Match Odds – also called 90 minute betting, home/draw/away or just “winner”, this is probably the simplest and also the most popular Premier League bet. Simply pick which team you think will win – or if it will be a draw – and away you go.
- Both Teams to Score – Betting on both teams to score is a fairly new bet that is massively popular with football fans and those that like to bet on the Premier League. Does exactly what it says on the tin – if both teams score you win. A great bet as it usually offers value for your bet and excitement until the final kick and a good one for stats fans as there is loads of info on both teams to score, also called BTTS, out there to analyse.
- Over/Under – Backing “overs” usually refers to betting on over 2.5 goals in total in a Premier League match (or other game of football), that is to say three goals or more, whilst “unders” usually means two goals or fewer. However, you can also bet over/under any total goals the bookie offers, with 1.5 and 3.5 goals the other two popular bets.
- First/Last/Anytime Goalscorer – A popular bet because it offers long odds, especially for the first or last goalscorer options. Own goals do not count for this market, with “no goalscorer” also an option and as with all football bets, unless otherwise specified this is 90 minutes plus stoppage time only (although of course extra time and penalties are irrelevant in Premier League betting anyway).
- Half Time/Full Time – A good way to up the odds from a standard match bet on who will win the game, this is a bet on a what the result will be at both half time and full time, with nine possible options covering every possibility, for example, draw/Man United (the game to be level at the break with United winning at full time) or Man United/Everton (United ahead at 45 minutes with Everton winning by the final whistle).
- Asian Handicaps – An Asian handicap is a football bet popular in Asia, hence the name, where betting on the Premier League is big business. With an Asian handicap (as opposed to a standard or three-way handicap) there are just two options, Team A or Team B, with the draw ruled out. This is done either by offering a handicap of half a goal, for example, Liverpool +0.5 means if Liverpool draw the bet wins, or by offering a “push”, a returned stake, in the event of a draw.
Premier League Facts, Statistics and Trivia
- The first ever goal in the Premier League was scored by Sheffield United’s Brian Deane in a 2-1 win over Man United in August 1992. The 10,000th goal in the Premier League was scored by Les Ferdinand for Spurs versus Fulham on 15th December 2001.
- Talking of goals, the highest scorer in the history of the Premier League is Alan Shearer, whose 260 goals in 441 games doesn’t look like being caught anytime soon, with Wayne Rooney the only active player anywhere near Shearer with 173 in 374 matches as of the end of the 2013-14 campaign.
- Rooney’s spectacular rocket overhead kick against Man City was voted the best goal in the first 20 years of the Premier League.
- In 1997-98 and again the following year just 18 goals was enough to win the Premier League Golden Boot whilst in 1993-94 and 1994-95 Andy Cole and Alan Shearer respectively managed 34.
- Rooney’s Man United teammate Ryan Giggs has made the most Premier League appearances with 632.
- Up until the start of the 2010-11 season only English clubs had played in the Premier League but Swansea and then in 2013-14 Cardiff changed that.
- No side has been relegated from the Premier League more times than Crystal Palace who have suffered the drop four times (correct as of 2014).
- In 2007-08 Derby managed to amass just 11 points and were relegated with an awful -69 goal difference.
- In contrast to the Rams, West Ham did very well in 2002-03, managing 42 points but suffering the same fate, the highest points total ever to meet with relegation in the 38-game Premier League era.
- Fulham, Blackburn and Bolton were promoted to the top flight together at the start of the 2001-02 campaign and spent an enjoyable decade in the Premier League together before Blackburn and Bolton, sticking together, were relegated in 2011-12.
- Sir Alex Ferguson won the Premier League 13 times, amassing 27 Manager of the Month awards along the way!
- In the 2014 game between Cardiff and West Ham there was 10 minutes and 10 seconds of first half stoppage time, a Premier League record!
- The biggest Premier League win came in 1995 when a rampant Man United beat Ipswich 9-0 at Old Trafford.
- Three players share the record for most red cards in the Premier League and two of those accrued most of them at Everton, with Richard Dunne and Duncan Ferguson boasting eight Premier League sendings off along with Patrick Vieira.
- In 2009 Jermain Defoe scored five goals in one half, the only time that has happened in the Premier League. Wigan were on the receiving end as Spurs eventually hammered them 9-1.
- Everton have never won the Premier League and have not won the top flight title since 1987 but remain fourth on the all-time list with nine championship successes.
A Very Brief History of the Premier League
The Premier League had its first season in 1992-93, having been formed by a breakaway from the Football League as the clubs decided they wanted more power and could make more money from TV. Setting the trend for the next 20 years or so, Man United were the first champions, seeing off Aston Villa and Norwich to claim their eight top flight title. Oldham, Coventry, Sheffield Wednesday and others were among the 22 sides that year as Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest were relegated.
United would dominate the early years of the Premier League, winning the title eight times in the first 11 years, with Blackburn Rovers (1994-95) and Arsenal (twice) the only sides to stop them enjoying total domination, United finishing twice as runner-up and once third when they didn’t lift the title.
Arsenal enjoyed great success in Arsene Wenger’s early years, lifting the title in 1998, 2002 and 2004 before Roman Abramovich’s Chelsea takeover saw the Blues come to the fore as the 21st century wore on. Under Jose Mourinho they lifted the title twice in 2005 and 2006 before Sir Alex Ferguson pulled off one of his most remarkable feats to deny Chelsea’s revolution and guide United to three consecutive titles.
Since then Man City, again fuelled by overseas money, this time the petro-cash of Abu Dhabi, have won the Premier League title twice in three years and with Ferguson finally retiring the ongoing race for the Premier League looks more open and more exciting than ever.