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Forget the World Cup and the Champions League, the Premier League remains the number one top flight, anywhere on the planet.
This type of opinion was once the preserve of Sky Sports, nowadays only La Liga comes close and that it is at best a three-horse race for the title.
A slew of Premier League betting tips are below…
Including our top three Premier League betting tips before the season kicks off.
And, Premier League betting tips on arguably the most fascinating makket: The 2018/2019 Golden Boot!
Here are our three major Premier League betting tips to start off the season:
Analysis of three major Premier League betting tips 2018/19:
1. Can anyone stop champions Manchester City?
Of course, after their record breaking display last season, for most it is impossible to look beyond Manchester City for next season’s title.
If you want to back Pep Guardiola’s side to become the first team to retain the Premier League title since Manchester United in 2009 then back them now at a price of around 4/6.
But there is value out there if you think someone can dethrone them.
Liverpool are 9/2 and Manchester United under José Mourinho are a big price of 7/1.
Tottenham and Chelsea are both 12/1 and Arsenal, despite Unai Emery’s appointment, a huge 33/1.
Once you hit the 100-point mark, it is difficult to see past Manchester City, even if they have a dip in form.
And, the bookies agree with our Premier League betting tips…
2. Who will be relegated from the Premier League?
After promotion last season, Cardiff City are 8/13 on to go straight back down to the Championship.
Aside from The Blues Birds, the bookies are struggling to decide who else they think will be beaten by the drop.
Huddersfield, after last season’s miraculous escape, are 6/5 and our tip for relegation.
Watford are 7/4. Despite only winning 4 of 14 games in charge, Javi Gracia was given the Watford job full time. And their struggles will continue so we are also tipping them for relegation.
Crystal Palace are 5/1 but those odds will tumble if Wilfried Zaha was to leave the club. So if you think The Eagles will be soaring back down to the Championship get on them now.
3. Who will finish in the Top 4?
It was London rivals Chelsea and Arsenal who missed out on the top four last season. Both will be desperate to put that right this campaign.
Arsenal are priced at 2/1 to qualify for the Champions League which I think is a good price.
With new Head Coach, Unai Emery, and a whole host of new signings, Bernd Leno, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Lucas Torriera and more to follow, we are going to back Arsenal to get back into the top 4 and bring Champions League football back to N5.
Premier League betting tips: 2018/19 dates for your diary
Bear in mind that the games below could well be changed from the original dates by the folks at Sky Sports and BT Sport…
101 Great Goals provided Premier League betting tips for every match last season.
In total, that was 380 Premier League betting tips and match previews produced for the 2017/2018 campaign.
You can count on us to do the same for 2018/2019 – Premier League betting tips for every single match!
For what its worth, and whilst they were not Premier League betting tips, we also produced World Cup betting tips for every match of Russia 2018.
The Manchester derbies
Etihad Stadium: Manchester City vs Manchester United: 10th November, 2018.
Old Trafford – Manchester United vs Manchester City: 16th March, 2018
Last season’s two Manchester derbies were two of the most memorable games of the year.
Pep Guardiola’s side dominated a 2-1 win at Old Trafford with David Silva and Nicolás Otamendi getting the goals.
In the reverse fixture at the Etihad, Manchester City had an opportunity to wrap up the title against their most bitter rivals; Vincent Kompany and İlkay Gündoğan scored and City led 2-0 at the break after a dominant display.
However, no one could have predicted the drama we were about to witness.
Paul Pogba scored twice. Before Chris Smalling’s winner condemned City to only their second league loss of the season. In one of the best comebacks in Premier League history.
Will we see a similar level of drama this season?
North London derbies
Emirates Stadium – Arsenal vs Tottenham: 1st December, 2018.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Tottenham vs Arsenal: 2nd March, 2019.
Unai Emery’s first North London Derby as Arsenal Head Coach is one of the most hotly anticipated matches of the forthcoming season.
Last season goals from Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sánchez saw The Gunners victorious on home turf before Harry Kane’s header won the meeting at Wembley.
In December, Emery gets his first taste of this derby before they meet for the first time at Spurs’ new stadium in March, games both sides’ will be so desperate to win.
Anfield – Liverpool vs Everton: 1st December, 2018.
Goodison Park – Everton vs Liverpool: 2nd March, 2019.
These two bitter rivals could not be separated last season in their two league meetings.
However, Liverpool were victorious when they met in the FA Cup third round thanks to a late header by Virgil Van Dijk on his debut.
Everton haven’t won at Anfield this century, a record Marco Silva will be desperate to put right as he attempts to get the Evertonians on his side.
Jürgen Klopp has never lost a derby by winning 4 and drawing 2, a record he would love to make even better this season.
Manchester United vs Liverpool
Anfield – Liverpool vs Manchester United: 15th December, 2018.
Old Trafford – Manchester United vs Liverpool: 23rd February, 2019.
Whenever England’s two most successful and most historic clubs come together, the world stop and watches.
The meeting at Anfield last season was a bore 0-0 draw but March’s meeting at Old Trafford was Marcus’ moment.
Rashford scored twice in nine minutes to fire The Red Devils to a 2-1 win.
Jürgen Klopp is looking for his first league victory at Old Trafford and José Mourinho is yet to taste victory at Anfield as Manchester United boss having masterminded two 0-0 draws to date.
Will either of those records change this campaign?
Manchester United vs Arsenal
Old Trafford – Manchester United vs Arsenal: 4th December, 2018
Emirates Stadium – Arsenal vs Manchester United: 9th March, 2019
For the first time in the Premier League era, these two will meet without either Sir Alex Ferguson or Arsène Wenger in the dugouts.
In last season’s meeting at the Emirates, David De Gea set a new Premier League record making 14 saves to help his side to a 3-1 win.
Mourinho’s side also won the reverse game at Old Trafford 2-1 thanks to a late header by Maroune Fellaini against a second strong Arsenal side.
There’s also the added spice of Alexis Sánchez and Henrikh Mkhitaryan coming up against their former sides in one of the Premier League most historic rivalries.
Arsenal haven’t won a league game at Old Trafford since August 2006 so can Emery change that record this season?
Premier League betting tips: A team-by-team preview for 2018/2019
The new Premier League season kicks off on Friday August 10th.
The outstanding game of the opening weekend is undoubtedly Pep Guardiola’s champions visiting the Emirates for Unai Emery’s first game as Arsenal Head Coach.
Before an exhausting campaign begins we examine how are all 20 sides shaping up for the new season?
The order of the Premier League betting tips team-by-team guide is dictated by last year’s final league position.
100 points. Premier League and Carabao Cup double.
Surely Manchester City can’t get better can they? They’re already looking to strengthen and have signed Riyad Mahrez from Leicester.
But what about the players already at City? The likes of Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus, Nicolas Otamendi, Fabien Delph and Leroy Sane improved beyond recognition and could get better still.
Sané in particular will be refreshed and more determined then ever after his surprise exclusion from the Germany World Cup squad but having a summer off could benefit the Citizens.
It would be bold to predict that anyone other the Guardiola’s team will win the title this season. But the sides below them are working tirelessly to close the gap.
Can Manchester City finally go all the way in the Champions League which is what the owners crave more than anything?
Manchester City Premier League betting tips:
Last season was the first time in his long and illustrious managerial career that José Mourinho failed to win the league title in his second season at a club.
March’s UEFA Champions League defeat to an underwhelming Sevilla coupled with defeat in the FA Cup final to Chelsea, to conclude the season, left a bad feeling around the red half of Manchester as they look across town at the excellence of their neighbours.
However, as you’d expect, they’re spending big. Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred has joined for over £50 million and will be joined by Porto full back Diogo Dalot for €20 million.
Certainly do not expect Manchester United’s spending to end there, links with top quality players like Toby Alderweireld and Gareth Bale refuse to go away.
And a marquee signing or two could be what Mourinho needs to appease the fans.
Can Manchester United close the gap on their noisy neighbours this season?
Manchester United Premier League betting tips:
Very exciting times if you are a Tottenham Hotspur supporter.
A new stadium for this season and Mauricio Pochettino, Dávinson Sánchez and Harry Kane have all signed new long term contracts at the club.
With players like Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen reportedly set to do the same.
Last season’s third place finish also means their new stadium will host Champions League football which is all well and good but frustrations are beginning to grow over Tottenham’s lack of silverware.
Despite taking the lead in the FA Cup semi final, they let it slip and were eliminated at the final four stage for the second season running.
Will this finally be the year Tottenham’s trophy drought comes to an end?
Now is the time to deliver.
Tottenham Hotspur Premier League betting tips:
44 goals in 52 games. Not a bad first season for Liverpool’s Egyptian king was it?
Mohamed Salah’s goals fired Liverpool into the top four and all the way to their first UEFA Champions League final for 11 years.
But defeat to Real Madrid in Kiev means the season finished on a somewhat sower note.
Loris Karius’ two blunders in that final mean Liverpool have splashed a world record fee for a goalkeeper on Alisson.
They have however been busy elsewhere. Naby Keita is now officially a Liverpool player and he will be joined in midfield by Brazilian Fabinho. Who the Reds snapped up from Monaco for around £45 million.
A deal to bring Nabil Fekir to Anfield did fall through but may be revisited after he returns from the World Cup.
Could a couple more key signings be what Jurgen Klopp needs to finally get his hands on some silverware at Liverpool?
Liverpool Premier League betting tips:
A familiar story for Chelsea. Win the title, then underwhelm the following season.
Antonio Conte’s future was the hot topic dating all the way back to the opening day defeat to Burnley but, amazingly he’s still Chelsea’s Head Coach.
Also, owner Roman Abramovich has been having Visa issues. And players like Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard are yet to commit their futures to the club.
In short it is a mess at the moment. A mess that has to be resolved quickly.
There will be Europa League football at Stamford Bridge next season and if a new manager is going to come in, they’re not going to have long at all to bring new players in and implement his ideas.
Seriously worrying times if you’re a Chelsea fan.
Chelsea Premier League betting tips:
A new dawn at the Emirates.
For the first time in 22 years there has been a managerial change; Arsène Wenger has left the club and Unai Emery is the man who has taken over as Head Coach.
Last season’s 6th place finish and Europa League semi final heartbreak means Europa League football will be returning to N5 but if they want to win that competition they’ve appointed the right man to do it. E
mery of course won it 3 seasons in a row with Sevilla.
They’ve been busy in the transfer market too. Stephan Lichtsteiner, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Bernd Leno having joined the club with Lucas Torreira set to join too.
With attacking talents like Aubameyang, Lacazette, Mkhitaryan and Mesut Özil already at the club, if Emery can sort out the defence and improve Arsenal’s terrible away form then there is no reason why he can’t achieve his primary objective and bring Champions League football back to the Emirates.
Arsenal Premier League betting tips:
For the first time since 1967, Burnley fans can look forward to European football at Turf Moor although the draw means their second qualifying round tie won’t feel too European.
Their first opponents of 3 before they even reach the group stages are Scottish Premiership runners up Aberdeen.
But, win that, and there will be more glamours trips to come.
It is impossible to overlook the incredible achievement of last season’s 7th place finish. But this season will be an exciting new challenge.
Burnley’s season does kick off in July but with only Nick Pope and Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson at the World Cup, Dyche’s squad will be fit and raring to go.
For Everton a fresh start after a season of frustration.
A catastrophic start lead to Ronald Koeman’s dismissal and in came Sam Allardyce, a move that was somewhat divisive.
However, by the end of Big Sam’s reign the fans were all united, sadly for him though they were united behind against him and they got their wish.
Everton supporters want to give new manager Marco Silva a chance and, having only scored 44 league goals last season, attacking football will be high on his list of priorities.
Wayne Rooney may have moved to MLS side DC United and other players who have been underperforming such as Morgan Schneiderlin, Davy Klaassen, Sandro and others may also be departing the club. As Silva looks to reduce the size of his currently heavy squad.
Should be interesting times for the blue half of Merseyside.
Everton Premier League betting tips:
It’s always going to be hard for Leicester City, their players and their fans, after the highs of winning the Premier League title in 2016. Some are struggling to come to grips with mid table obscurity.
A poor start cost Craig Shakespeare his job and, despite steadying the ship and pushing them up the table, Claude Puel didn’t seem to be the most popular man in the east midlands but is still in charge.
Riyad Mahrez’s departure to Manchester City will bring in some funds but they have already been busy bringing players in.
Jonny Evans, James Maddison and Ricardo Pereira have all joined the club for £3 million, £22 million and €25 million respectively.
Can more signings push The Foxes up the table and maybe into the European places?
Leicester City Premier League betting tips
A superb first season back in the Premier League for Rafa Benítez and Newcastle.
A Championship squad with less then half a dozen players of real Premier League quality achieved a top half finish, only the third time they’ve managed that since 2006.
Martin Dúbravka has made his loan deal permanent for €4.5 million but he’s the only signing at the moment but more are defiantly needed and there’s a continued battle between manager and board room for desperately needed funds.
If The Magpies do get in 2 or 3 players who would improve their first team then, under Benítez, the sky is the limit for them.
Newcastle United Premier League betting tips:
7 games played. Zero points. Zero goals scored. Doomed? Not under Roy Hodgson.
Crystal Palace ended up finishing eleventh which was their third finish in that position or higher since their promotion five seasons ago.
Of course, Wilfried Zaha’s importance to Crystal Palace is well documented, they didn’t win a single game without him and their biggest challenge in the transfer market has to be keeping him as he’s been linked with top 6 clubs including Spurs, Man City and Arsenal.
Forget any incomings, all eyes will be on Zaha, can they keep him all the way until the August 9th deadline?
Crystal Palace Premier League betting tips:
Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth continue to punch well above their weight.
Despite getting two points less last season then they did the year before, finishing 12 above the likes of West Ham and Stoke who have vastly bigger budgets is a magnificent achievement.
Not too much ever changes at Bournemouth, there’s been stability at managerial level for six years and they’re not a team of big names or superstars.
So expect 2 or 3 players to come in and freshen up their squad just a bit.
Every season that Bournemouth stay in the Premier League is an achievement but the competition is getting stronger every year nevertheless we believe they will survive again.
Bournemouth Premier League betting tips:
West Ham United
Last season was full of ups and downs for West Ham, and it is now the time for them to make the London Stadium feel like home.
Manuel Pellegrini’s appointment has given the West Ham fans renewed optimism but they’ll always be just a few terrible results away from a crisis.
Łukasz Fabiański has joined from Swansea for £7 million with Alfie Mawson reportedly set to follow but The Hammers have already got two of their defence targets.
Ryan Fredricks on a Bosman from Fulham and Issa Diop signed for £25 million after fighting off competition from the likes of Marseille, Monaco and RB Leipzig and more signings are set to follow.
Whilst Hammers are also excited about the arrival of Jack Wilshere, also on a free from Arsenal.
Can West Ham please their fans this campaign?
West Ham United Premier League betting tips
For the first time since 2014, Watford go into a season with the same manager as they finished the last.
Javi Gracia only won 4 of his 13 league games in charge but that clearly satisfied the owners and he has been handed the reigns to go again.
Two Spaniards have come in, Marc Navarro from Espanyol and Gerard Deulofeu has made his loan move permanent from Barcelona and more new arrivals are anticipated.
Since promotion back to the Premier League, The Hornets have finished 13th, 17th and 14th but will be hoping for their first top half finish since 1987, can Gracia deliver?
Watford Premier League betting tips
Brighton & Hove Albion
For Brighton their first ever Premier League season was a very memorable one.
Safety was secured with a memorable 1-0 win over Manchester United with two games to spare.
Pascal Groß was their star scoring 6 goals and creating 8 assists and he’ll be integral once again. 35% of their goals last season were scored by Glenn Murray, who will be 35 in September, so scoring goals from other areas will be a priority.
Can Brighton secure a third straight season in the top flight for only the second time in their history?
Brighton Premier League betting tips
For Huddersfield to get promoted to the Premier League was a miracle so for them to survive is beyond incredible.
A goalless draw away to the champions followed by a 1-1 draw with Chelsea in the final week of the season ensured survival with a game to spare.
Huddersfield have bought in Ramadan Sobhi from Stoke and Terrence Kongolo’s loan move from Monaco has been made permanent.
Aaron Mooy and Steve Mounié were the stars last season and they will need a few more players of that ilk if they’re to survive again.
Huddersfield Premier League betting tips:
Southampton survived, but only just.
A tense 1-0 win away to Swansea in the penultimate game of the season saved the Saints and sent the Swans down but they won’t want that kind of drama again.
After saving the club, Mark Hughes has been given the task of steering them up the table and back towards mid table where they had resided for years.
Hughes has a good squad to work with but has to get top class players like Cédric, Ryan Bertrand, Mario Lemina, Dušan Tadić and Manolo Gabbiadini to play as well as we know they can.
And if they do the Saints will be well clear of danger this season.
Southampton Premier League betting tips:
Wolves won the Championship in style last season amassing 99 points and they’re not messing around in the transfer market to ensure they stay up this season.
Wily Boly and Diogo Jota, who were key parts of the side last season, have turned their loan deals into permanent ones.
Portugal’s number 1 goalkeeper, Rui Patrício has also joined the club on a free after tearing up his contract at Sporting CP.
More big name signings are expected.
If they can get some of these deals over the line to join superb players who are already there like Conor Coady, Rúben Neves, Romain Saïss, Ivan Cavaleiro and Hélder Costa Wolves will be a tough opponent for everyone and could achieve a high finish this season.
Wolves Premier League betting tips
Without a shadow of a doubt the surprise package of the 3 who gained promotion were Cardiff.
It was an amazing achievement for Neil Warnock to gain promotion with a squad that doesn’t contain many recognisable faces.
Their key players last season were Callum Patterson, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing and Sol Bamba none of whom have Premier League experience so signing players with that will be important.
Josh Murphy of Norwich is their only notable recruit thus far but more will defiantly be needed if they’re to secure back-to-back top flight seasons for the first time since 1962.
Cardiff Premier League betting tips:
Fulham are back in the big time and the big time is where they intend to stay.
Amazingly Slaviša Jokanović’s side were 15th at the start of December but they went on to finish third and achieve promotion via the play offs.
This upturn in form is largely down to the arrival of Aleksandar Mitrović on loan as he scored 12 goals in just 20 appearances.
However, he will command a lofty fee from Newcastle which will have only gone up after his goal at the World Cup for Serbia.
Without even considering new recruits, Fulham need to ensure their big players remain at the club. Right back Ryan Fredricks has left on a free to West Ham and they’ve rejected a £20 million bid from the same club for Tom Cairney.
Ryan Sessegnon has attracted interest from the league’s biggest clubs but it looks likely he’s going to stay.
Fulham’s passing attacking style of play will make them a favourite with neutrals but what is more important then style is staying up and we are confident they can do it.
Fulham Premier League betting tips: