When it comes to sporting drama, few competitions in world sport can compete with the Premier League. As the most watched football league in the world, fans from all four corners of the globe clammer to watch the world’s best in action. With billions of pounds spent during every transfer window and television companies battling it out to secure the rights to the Premier League, the popularity of the Premier League has never been more pronounced. Stadium atmosphere is integral to the Premier League’s brand and although the COVID 19 pandemic has taken a hold in the short term, there is no shortage of fans wanting to watch the action. Here is a guide to betting on the 2020/21 Premier League season:
Use the Premier League Betting Offers
Sportsbooks from all over the world are looking to attract customers through a range of Premier League betting offers. Promotions pop up left, right and centre with increased frequency as punters look to eek every bit of value out of their Premier League betting habits. With so many fixtures for punters to choose from and so many markets to access, few competitions have as many options as the Premier League. Such variety in the market is both a positive and a negative for punters, as it can often be somewhat of a minefield when looking to find the right bet for you. Find all of the latest Premier League betting odds and tips on the freebets.com Premier League page.
Liverpool to do the double?
After waiting 30 years to win their first ever Premier League title in the 2019/20 season, Liverpool look well set to back it up again this season. The Reds have a squad that is the envy of the Premier League and with Jurgen Klopp at the helm, they look set to build a footballing dynasty in the Premier League. Despite their justifiable favouritism for the title, Liverpool’s 7-2 defeat to Aston Villa was a stark reminder of the drama the Premier League provides and will surely give the chasing pack hope.
Manchester City to find form again?
Under Pep Guardiola, Manchester City laid down the blueprint for English football between 2017 & 2019 – winning back to back Premier League titles. Their dominance within the English game was unrivalled and although European glory is still eluding them, they are still one of the most feared forces in the division. They haven’t looked at their best in recent months but they have a squad that is capable of anything and they will be hoping to find form once again.
Staying in the Premier League is hugely important for every side in the division and the financial ramifications of dropping into the Championship can be catastrophic. For the newly promoted sides such as Fulham, Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion survival will be key, as they look to establish themselves in the top flight. Elsewhere, the likes of Brighton, Aston Villa and Sheffield United will be keen to steer well clear of what could be a costly drop down into the league below – with every side looking to hit the 40 point mark as quickly as possible.
Champions League Dreams
Finishing in the top 4 of the Premier League can revolutionise a club’s season and can completely change their ambitions as a football club. A top 4 finish enables Champions League qualification for the next season and there look to be plenty of teams in the running this term. The likes of Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham, Wolves, Leicester City and Everton all look to be in with a shot of a top 4 finish – making it potentially one of the most exciting campaigns in recent memory.