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Premier League Betting

Latest Football odds
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Tottenham V Liverpool
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Everton V Manchester Utd
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Crystal Palace V West Ham
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Manchester City V Bournemouth
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Southampton V Leicester

Premier League Betting

Supporters of all Premier League clubs will certainly have no issues backing their favoured clubs over the course of the season thanks to a vast number of Premier League betting opportunities available at Ladbrokes.

Fans of the top teams in England may prefer to be most optimistic and back their clubs in the Premier League winners’ market, with Manchester City bidding to make a successful defence of their title from last season.

Meanwhile, more cautious punters may want to play it safer and instead check out the Premier League odds for finishing in the top four, which is still no foregone conclusion.

Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal may be most likely to finish in these positions, but Tottenham will want to follow up on taking fourth last season, while Liverpool are expected to provide a sterner challenge to previous campaigns.

Supporters of clubs typically filling the mid-table spots can back whether their team will finish in either the top or bottom half of the final standings, with Aston Villa, Fulham and Sunderland among the sides who will differ opinion.

The newly-promoted clubs from the Championship may be among the leading fancies in the relegation market, but QPR, Norwich and Swansea all successfully survived the drop last saeason.

West Ham, Reading and Southampton will be out to follow this example this season, with West Brom and Stoke two of the teams who may be most nervous about an under-achieving season.

On a weekly basis, there are over 100 individual betting markets available for every Premier League fixture.

The most obvious is picking the winner from within match betting, but punters in the know may want to take advantage of other options.

Backing over 2.5 goals may prove lucrative if a game is between two clubs who have difficulty keeping clean sheets, while the opposite may be better if opposition square off without a regular goal scorer.

In just eight of the 20 Premier League seasons has the golden boot winner come from the Premier League winners

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