Soccer: 2021 English Premier League Betting

Live English Premier League 2020/2021 Betting Futures

This page includes outright winner odds, plus the latest Vegas odds lines for top goalscorer (also known as the ‘golden boot’), top 4 finish and relegation betting lines.

The English Premier League (EPL) is widely regarded as being the best soccer league in the world and is unquestionably the wealthiest, with numerous high-profile managers and world class players like Harry Kane, Mo Salah, Kevin de Bruyne, Sergio Aguero, Jamie Vardy and Raheem Sterling to name but a few.

It is certainly the most-watched sports league in the world, being broadcast in 212 territories to 643 million homes, which equates to a potential TV audience of 4.7 billion people. With so much global interest in the tournament, the EPL is naturally also hugely popular from a betting perspective.

The season traditionally runs from August to May, with each team playing 38 matches (each team plays all the 19 other teams both home and away).


English Premier League Betting Strategies

With regards to betting strategies for the EPL, as with any team sport, it’s always worth keeping track of any injuries and suspensions affecting key players. These can have a particularly negative impact on some of the weaker teams in the division, as they tend to have less depth and quality on their rosters to cope with such situations.

Current form is another obvious factor to look for, while teams that are particularly strong in their home stadium or perhaps have a poor record on their travels are always worth consideration.

Another big factor to look at is fixture congestion, particularly during the latter stages of the season when some of the bigger clubs might be chasing success in the Premier League, the FA Cup (the historic domestic knockout cup competition) and in either the Champions League or Europa League. Sometimes a coach might be prepared to play a weakened team in the EPL if they are focused on achieving Champions League success for example.

Betting on Total Goals

When betting on the Goal Totals (Over/Under) market, it’s worth looking at the style of play of the teams.

For example, at present Leeds United are a team that possesses a wealth of creativity and attacking talent. However, they are perhaps vulnerable to opposition teams that play in a direct manner in getting the ball forward quickly. Leeds are a team whose games can feature more goals than most.

Burnley are a team that play to their strengths and are seen as somewhat dour by some. However, they are well organized and have a definite aerial threat from set-pieces when attacking. Burnley games can often be low-scoring encounters.


England Premier League 2020/21: Winner without Man City

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Manchester United
Leicester City
Chelsea
Liverpool
Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham United
Everton

England Premier League 2020/21: Winner without Liverpool & Man City

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Manchester United
Leicester City
Chelsea
West Ham
Tottenham Hotspur
Everton

England Premier League 2020/21: Top Goalscorer

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Mohamed Salah
Harry Kane
Bruno Fernandes
Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Patrick Bamford
Jamie Vardy
Heung-Min Son
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Raheem Sterling
Marcus Rashford
Ollie Watkins
Alexander Lacazette
Riyad Mahrez
Gabriel Jesus
Sadio Mane
Wilfried Zaha
Danny Ings
Timo Werner
Michail Antonio
James Maddison
Richarlison
Roberto Firmino
Phil Foden
Neal Maupay
Tammy Abraham
Jack Grealish
Olivier Giroud
Anthony Martial
Kevin de Bruyne
Chris Wood
Che Adams
Jarrod Bowen
James Rodriguez
Nicolas Pepe

England Premier League 2020/21: To Be Relegated

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West Brom
Fulham
Newcastle United
Brighton
Burnley
Southampton
Crystal Palace
Wolverhampton Wanderers

England Premier League 2020/21: To Finish Bottom

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Sheffield United
West Brom
Newcastle United
Fulham

England Premier League 2020/21: Top 2 Finish

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Manchester United
Leicester City
Chelsea
Liverpool
West Ham
Tottenham Hotspur
Everton

England Premier League 2020/21: Top 4 Finish

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Manchester United
Leicester City
Chelsea
Liverpool
Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham United
Everton
Arsenal
Aston Villa

England Premier League 2020/21: Top 6 Finish

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Leicester City
Chelsea
Liverpool
Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham
Everton
Arsenal
Aston Villa
Leeds United

England Premier League 2020/21: Top 10 Finish

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Everton
Arsenal
Aston Villa
Leeds United
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Southampton
Crystal Palace
Burnley
Brighton

England Premier League 2020/21: Bottom 10 Finish

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Crystal Palace
Southampton
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Leeds United
Aston Villa
Arsenal
Everton
West Ham
Tottenham Hotspur
Liverpool

England Premier League 2020/21: To Stay Up

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Brighton
Burnley
Fulham
Newcastle United
West Brom
Sheffield United

England Premier League 2020/21: Relegation Treble

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Newcastle / Sheff Utd / West Brom
Fulham / Sheff Utd / West Brom
Burnley / Sheff Utd / West Brom
Brighton / Sheff Utd / West Brom
Sheff Utd / Southampton / West Brom
Fulham / Newcastle / Sheff Utd
Crystal Palace / Sheff Utd / West Brom
Fulham / Newcastle / West Brom

England Premier League 2020/21: Top 2 Exact Order

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1st: Man City, 2nd: Man Utd
1st: Man City, 2nd: Leicester
1st: Man City, 2nd: Chelsea
1st: Man City, 2nd: Liverpool
1st: Man City, 2nd: Tottenham
1st: Man Utd, 2nd: Man City

England Premier League 2020/21: Top 3 Exact Order

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1st: Man City, 2nd: Man Utd, 3rd: Leicester
1st: Man City, 2nd: Man Utd, 3rd: Chelsea
1st: Man City, 2nd: Leicester, 3rd: Man Utd
1st: Man City, 2nd: Chelsea, 3rd: Man Utd
1st: Man City, 2nd: Man Utd, 3rd: Tottenham
1st: Man City, 2nd: Leicester, 3rd: Chelsea
1st: Man City, 2nd: Chelsea, 3rd: Leicester
1st: Man City, 2nd: Tottenham, 3rd: Man Utd
1st: Man City, 2nd: Leicester, 3rd: Liverpool
1st: Man City, 2nd: Chelsea, 3rd: Tottenham
1st: Man City, 2nd: Liverpool, 3rd: Man Utd
1st: Man City, 2nd: Chelsea, 3rd: Liverpool
1st: Man City, 2nd: Man Utd, 3rd: Everton
1st: Man City, 2nd: Man Utd, 3rd: Wolverhampton

England Premier League 2020/21: PFA Player Of The Year

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05/23/21
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Bruno Fernandes
Ruben Dias
Harry Kane
Ilkay Gundogan
Jack Grealish
Kevin de Bruyne
Heung-Min Son
Mohamed Salah
Phil Foden
Sadio Mane
Jamie Vardy
Marcus Rashford
Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Raheem Sterling
James Rodriguez
Moraes Ederson

Top English Premier League Teams

At present there are two teams who are seen as being a level ahead of the rest in the EPL, with defending champions Liverpool and big-spending Manchester City regarded as the main rivals for the Premier League title.

In addition to Liverpool and Manchester City there are four other clubs – Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur – that make up the “Big Six” who are deemed to be the main title contenders going into any season in the current era.

The clubs currently deemed most capable of challenging the “Big Six” for European qualification each season are probably Leicester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Everton


English Premier League Format

The Premier League had 22 teams when it began in 1992, but was reduced to the present 20-club format in 1995.

The main prize is the Premier League title, although finishing the season in the top four positions ensures qualification for the lucrative and prestigious Champions League in the subsequent season. The Champions League is undoubtedly the leading tournament in club soccer throughout the world.

Qualification for the Europa League (the second European club tournament after the Champions League) is somewhat more complicated, with places in the Europa League group stage going to the team finishing fifth in the EPL and the FA Cup winners. The team that wins the EL Cup (English soccer’s second domestic cup competition) qualifies for the Europa League second qualifying round.

However, the teams finishing sixth and sometimes seventh in the EPL can also qualify for the Europa League, depending on the cup success (either in Europe or domestically) of the teams that secure a top five finish in the EPL.

At the other end of the table, three clubs are automatically relegated to the Championship at the end of each season, to be replaced by three clubs promoted from the Championship.


Who won the Premier League in 2019/20?

Liverpool are the current defending Premier League champions having won their first English Premier League title for 30 years on Thursday 25th June 2020 when Chelsea beat Manchester City 2-1 leaving The Reds 23 points clear with still 7 games to play following the Coronavirus shutdown.

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