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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 how each team will fare.
Here are our three major Premier League betting tips to start off the season:
Analysis of three major Premier League betting tips 2019/20:
1. Can anyone stop Manchester City going three in a row?
Last season, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City became the first side to win back to back Premier League titles since Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United team of ten years earlier.
The year before, the Citizens had stormed to the title, finishing 19 points clear, but last season they pipped Liverpool on the final day by a single point.
Manchester City are odds on favourites to win the title again at 8/13 and it is hard to look past them.
However, after recording 97 points and winning the Champions League last season, could it finally be Liverpool’s year?
Jürgen Klopp’s team are 9/4 to end Liverpool’s 30 year wait for a title.
Could someone else challenge the top two?
Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham have had a strong summer and, despite being third favourites, they are 14/1 to win a first title since 1961.
Chelsea and Manchester United, both now managed by club legends, are both 28/1.
Unai Emery’s Arsenal are huge outsiders at 40/1.
Despite the strength of the top six, it’s hard to look past Manchester City to rule the land once more.
2. Who will be relegated from the Premier League?
Last season, Sheffield United upset the odds to gain promotion to the Premier League after 11 years away.
It would be a far bigger accomplishment if the Blades stayed up.
Chris Wilde’s team are odds on at 8/11 to go straight back down.
Fellow newly promoted club, Norwich City, are second favourites to go down at 5/4.
The Canaries have now been promoted to the Premier League four times and have gone straight back down again twice.
Brighton & Hove Albion, now managed by Graham Potter, are tipped to struggle.
The Seagulls are 7/4 to see their Premier League stay end after three season.
However, Newcastle United offer the real value.
Even by their own high standards, it’s been a disastrous summer on Tyneside.
Manager Rafael Benítez has left the club with, arguably, their best two players, Ayoze Pérez and Salomón Rondón, also leaving.
Now managed by Steve Bruce, Newcastle look a good price at 9/4 to go down.
3. Who will finish in the Top 4?
It seems a certainty that Manchester City and Liverpool’s top four status is not under threat.
They are 1/50 and 1/12 respectively to do so, offering no value.
Tottenham too look highly likely to make it and are 4/7.
That would leave one place with, at least, three teams fighting for it.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s Manchester United are actually the favourites to take four place at 11/10.
Frank Lampard’s Chelsea are only just behind though at 5/4.
After last year’s end of season collapse, Arsenal are 13/8 to finish in the top four for the first time since 2015/16.
However, with those three all facing potential difficulties, could someone from below break the top six monopoly?
Everton under Marco Silva are the next favourites at 12/1.
Wolverhampton Wanderers, after finishing as best of the rest last year, are 14/1.
But it’s another side, from across the Midlands, who offer good value.
Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City squad is coming together nicely and, at 14/1, the 2016 Premier League champions offer good value to punch above their weight once more.
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…
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Manchester City vs Liverpool
Anfield: Liverpool vs Manchester City: Weekend of November 9th 2019.
Etihad Stadium: Manchester City vs Liverpool: Weekend of April 4th 2020.
The head to head meetings of the top two could prove decisive once more.
When these two met at Anfield last season, Liverpool escaped with a 0-0 draw as Riyad Mahrez blasted a late penalty over the bar.
However, their meeting at the Etihad swung the pendulum back towards Manchester.
Sergio Agüero fired the hosts in front just before half time before Roberto Firmino’s close-range header levelled up the scores.
But, late on Leroy Sané won it for Manchester City thereby inflicting Liverpool’s sole defeat of the entire campaign.
These meetings promise to be box office one again.
The Manchester derbies
Etihad Stadium: Manchester City vs Manchester United: Weekend of December 7th 2019.
Old Trafford: Manchester United vs Manchester City: Weekend of March 7th 2019.
It’s far to say, it was one way traffic in the Manchester derbies last season.
Goals from David Silva, Sergio Agüero and İlkay Gündoğan helped Man City to a comfortable 3-1 win at home.
The return meeting at Old Trafford was the fourth to last game of the season, making it crucial in Man City’s title run-in.
Bernardo Silva opened the scoring just after half time before Leroy Sané sealed the 2-0 win shortly after.
Can Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side defeat their noisy neighbours in this campaign?
North London derbies
Emirates Stadium: Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur: 1st September 2019.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal: Weekend of 25th April 2020.
The North London Derby at the Emirates back in December was, arguably, the game of the whole season.
Arsenal led after just ten minutes through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s penalty.
But, in the space of just four minutes, Tottenham turned the match on its head.
Eric Dier headed in on the hour mark before Harry Kane converted a penalty of his own.
However, Arsenal came out resurgent in the second half, equalising through Aubameyang’s amazing volley.
Then, with 15 minutes to go, Alexandre Lacazette’s shot deflected in off Dier and Arsenal were in front once more.
Just moments later, Lucas Torreira sealed a frenetic 4-2 win.
In the return game at Wembley, Arsenal led through Aaron Ramsey before Kane equalised from the spot later on.
In the dying seconds, Arsenal had a penalty of their own but Aubameyang saw his effort saved by Hugo Llloris.
Eight goals. Four penalties. Two red cards.
What will this season’s meetings of these two great rivals have to offer?
Anfield: Liverpool vs Everton: December 4th 2019.
Goodison Park: Everton vs Liverpool: Weekend of March 14th 2020.
The Merseyside derby at Anfield last season witnessed one of the most dramatic finishes to this fixture.
Jordan Pickford’s error gifted Divock Origi the ball as he tapped in from all of one yard to win the game 1-0 in the 96th minute.
However, Everton got revenge in March.
The 0-0 at Goodison was the last time Liverpool dropped points so it essentially cost them the title.
With December and March meetings on the cards once again, is more drama in store?
Manchester United vs Liverpool
Old Trafford: Manchester United vs Liverpool: Weekend of October 19th 2019.
Anfield: Liverpool vs Manchester United: Weekend of January 18th 2020.
This fixture at Anfield last season signalled the end of José Mourinho’s time in Manchester.
A brace from substitute Xherdan Shaqiri saw Liverpool to a 3-1 win over Manchester United.
However, in the return game at Old Trafford, it finished scoreless as Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side held out for a draw.
Those two points dropped, effectively, cost Liverpool the league.
These two finished 31 points apart in the table last season.
Can Manchester United close that gargantuan gap?
Manchester United vs Arsenal
Old Trafford: Manchester United vs Arsenal: September 30th 2019.
Emirates Stadium: Arsenal vs Manchester United: Week of 1st January 2020.
The match-ups could once again prove vital.
Between 1998-2004, these meetings would go along way to deciding the destination of the Premier League title.
Both may have fallen from grace since but this remains a hotly contested fixture.
In the Old Trafford meeting Arsenal led twice through Shkodran Mustafi and then an own goal only to be pegged back on both occasions by Anthony Martial and then Jesse Lingard.
In March’s meeting in North London, Emery got the better of Solskjær.
Granit Xhaka opened the scoring from long range in the first half before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s penalty sealed a 2-0 home win.
This season’s meeting at Old Trafford comes on a Monday night in September and could show just where both sides are at very early on.
Premier League betting tips: A team-by-team preview for 2019/2020
The new Premier League season kicks off on Friday August 9th with European Champions Liverpool at home to Championship Champions Norwich City.
However, the outstanding game of the opening weekend is undoubtedly the battle of the two legendary players as Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s Manchester United host Frank Lampard’s Chelsea.
This game will go a long way to showing where these two are ahead of a massive season for both.
Before an exhausting campaign begins we examine how all 20 sides are 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.
Can anybody stop Pep Guardiola’s “Fourmidables”.
Last season, Man City won the Premier League, the FA Cup, the Carabao Cup and the Community Shield.
Their away goals defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League quarter-final, the only blot on their record.
This summer’s big signing is holding-midfielder Rodri who’s joined for a club record fee from Atlético Madrid.
Captain Vincent Kompany is the big departure so can they fill the huge void left by the Belgian?
Manchester City are odds on at 8/13 to retain their Premier League but will, of course, be targeting more silverware than just that.
The Citizens are currently the favourites at 9/2 to win their first Champions League title.
Domestically, they’re 7/2 to retain the FA Cup, 3/1 to win a third Carabao Cup in a row and 8/13 to lift a sixth Community Shield.
It really is a case of how many trophies will Pep Guardiola’s side win this forthcoming season?
Can Liverpool finally lift the Premier League title?
It’s been a fairly quiet summer on the red side of Merseyside.
There have been no major arrivals with Alberto Moreno and Daniel Sturridge having been released.
Last season’s success means there are actually seven major trophies up for grabs this season.
The one Reds fans all want is the Premier League title and they are second favourites at 9/4 to win it.
In the domestic cups, they are 6/1 to win the FA Cup and 6/1 to win the League Cup.
They’re also 6/5 to win the curtain raising Community Shield against Manchester City.
In a bust August, they’ll also meet Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup in Istanbul and are 2/5 to lift that.
In December, they’ll be in Qatar for the FIFA Club World Cup and are favourites to win that title.
Of course, they are the defending Champions of Europe too and, having appeared in both of the last two finals, they are 15/2 to retain the trophy in Istanbul.
Despite being under a FIFA registration ban, it’s been a very busy summer for Chelsea.
Eden Hazard, Gary Cahill and Gonzalo Higuaín are no longer at the club but Mateo Kovačić has made his loan deal from Real Madrid permeant.
With Frank Lampard taking over from Maurizio Sarri, project youth appears to be on the agenda.
Christian Pulisic, who joined from Borussia Dortmund, will be a key player this season.
But it’s the young retuning loan players who could be pivotal this year.
Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori, who were both at Derby last season, as well as Tammy Abraham all had strong Championship season’s last year and will be given opportunities this year.
Chelsea may be 28/1 to win the Premier League but their main target has to be getting into the top four and they’re 5/4 to do that.
Domestically, Lampard is 6/1 to deliver the FA Cup and 13/2 to win the Carabao Cup.
As Europa League winners, they are in the UEFA Super Cup against Liverpool but are 7/4 to win that match in Istanbul.
They’re also tenth favourites at 22/1 to win the UEFA Champions League come May.
Will Lampard sink or swim in charge of a club at which he is adored?
It appears, the only way is up for Mauricio Pochettino and Tottenham.
They will finally begin a campaign at the new stadium and have broken their transfer record this summer.
Tanguy Ndombele has joined from Olympique Lyonnais for £55 million, smashing their previous record.
He will help fill the void left by Mousa Dembélé who joined Guǎngzhōu R&F in January.
There has been a key departure this summer too.
Kieran Trippier has joined Atlético Madrid for £20 million and fellow full-back, Danny Rose, looks set to leave too.
They’ve started well so far and, with the right recruitment, Tottenham are all set for another strong season.
It seems unlikely but Spurs are third favourites at 14/1 to win the Premier League.
Silverware of any kind would be most welcome at Tottenham who are 13/2 to win the FA Cup and 7/1 to win the League Cup.
They did reach the final in June but are 16/1 to go one better in the Champions League this season.
After a calamitous end to last season, can Unai Emery lead Arsenal to the Champions League this time?
Last season, a terrible run in April and May saw Arsenal finish outside the top four before they were humbled 4-1 by Chelsea in Baku.
This summer, Petr Čech, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Danny Welbeck and Aaron Ramsey have all left the club.
So far, Gabriel Martinelli is the only senior arrival after joining from Ituano in the Campeonato Paulista in Brazil.
More signing are expected and are desperately needed.
The Gunners are 40/1 to win the league (which is not going to happen) but are 13/8 to finally get back into the top four.
They could also qualify for the Champions League via the Europa League and they are 13/2 to go one better and lift the trophy in Gdańsk.
In the domestic cups, they are 8/1 to win their 14th FA Cup and are 10/1 to win the Carabao Cup.
Those are not that important though.
It’s all about the Champions League so will Arsenal get back there, one way or another?
Ole Gunnar Solskjær declared he would make Manchester United great again.
Can he do just that this season?
So far this summer, they have spent £65 million on Dan James from Swansea and Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace.
Will their apparent new policy of targeting young British players do the trick?
Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia are the notably departures having both left on frees to Paris Saint-Germain and L.D.U. Quito respectively.
It’s a must that Manchester United get back into the Champions League.
They are 11/10 to finish in the top four and 9/2 to repeat what Mourinho achieved in 2017 and win the Europa League.
Incidentally, they are 28/1 to win the Premier League title for the first time since 2013.
As unlikely as that is, they could win a domestic cup and are 7/1 to win the FA Cup and also 7/1 to lift the Carabao Cup.
Will Manchester United be a force to be reckoned with once again?
What an amazing first season back in the top flight that was for Wolves!
Nuno Espírito Santo led the Championship Champions to seventh place in the table and European football.
Their UEFA Europa League campaign begins in the second qualifying round against Crusaders from Northern Ireland but, the added games, will lead to more strain on the squad.
The only two signings are Raúl Jiménez and Leander Dendoncker who’s loans have been made permanent.
Nuno does like a small squad but will need a slightly bigger one if they do progress through the rounds in Europe.
Can Wolves push on this season?
The are 14/1 to finish in the top four and odds on at 1/2 to finish top half once again.
Having got to the FA Cup semi-final last year, they are 14/1 to win the FA Cup and the same odds to win the Carabao Cup.
It would involved them playing 21 matches but the West Midlands club are 20/1 to win the Europa League.
Will Wolves live up to last season’s heights?
Can Everton push on this season?
At the back end of last season, the Toffees beat Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea at home, building optimism around Goodison.
In the transfer market, André Gomes’ loan from Barcelona has been made permanent and Fabian Delph will also reinforce the midfield.
Can this talented squad kick on and finish higher than the eighth they managed last season?
Everton are odds on at 4/9 to finish top half.
Marco Silva’s side are 12/1 to surprise everyone and actually finish top four.
They have not won any silverware since lifting the FA Cup in 1995; the longest trophy draught in the club’s 141 year history.
This year they are 16/1 to win the FA Cup and the same price to win the Carabao Cup.
Will it be a season to remember or another in turmoil for the Toffees?
Can Leicester make a real push this season?
In the final nine games of the season under Brendan Rodgers, they amassed 16 points and eventually finished ninth.
However, with Youri Tielemans making his loan from Monaco permanent, there is real optimism in the East Midlands.
Ayoze Pérez has also arrived from Newcastle for £30 million and could also be a great signing for the Foxes.
If anyone is to break up the top six monopoly this year, it’s most likely to be Leicester.
The 2016 Premier League champions are 14/1 to get back into the Champions League this season.
They’re also 16/1 to win the FA Cup and the same odds to win the Carabao Cup.
Will Rodgers’ side find themselves in the upper echelons of the table this year?
West Ham United
Can Manuel Pellegrini’s West Ham kick on this season?
Their inconsistency last term can be easily highlighted by the fact they won 15 games and lost 16 games en route to finishing tenth.
However, they finished the season with three straight wins, including a 1-0 victory at Tottenham, so there’s hope that this could be a year to remember.
The London Stadium has been a busy place so far over the summer.
Adrián, Samir Nasri and Andy Carroll were all released.
Then, Lucas Pérez was sold to Alavés and Marko Arnautović finally got his wish and joined Chinese Champions Shànghǎi SIPG.
There have been some big money arrivals though.
£24 million was paid to Villarreal for Pablo Fornals and Sébastien Haller has also joined from Eintracht Frankfurt.
West Ham are very much odds on at 8/11 to finish top half.
They’re also 28/1 to win the FA Cup and the same odds to win the Carabao Cup.
They certainly have a strong squad in East London so how high can West Ham finish?
It was a memorable season for Watford even if it had a very disappointing end.
Their first FA Cup Final since 1984 did result in a 6-0 drubbing at the hands of Manchester City but that has not changed fans’ feelings towards Javi Gracia.
The signings of note they’ve made so far are Craig Dawson from West Bromwich Albion and young Brazilian forward João Pedro who’s signed from Fluminense.
Will it be a successful season at Vicarage Road?
The Hornets are 15/8 to go one better than last season and finish in the top 10.
They’re 33/1 though to go one better and lift the FA Cup; they’re the same odds to win the League Cup.
Will this strong squad finish even higher this time around?
After a topsy turvy season at Selhurst Park, can Crystal Palace steer clear of relegation once again?
At no point did Roy Hodgson’s side look in trouble in truth, eventually going on to finish 12th.
However, this summer they’re yet to make a first team signing and players have gone out the door.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka has gone to Manchester United for £50 million and Julián Speroni, Pape Souaré, Bakary Sako and Jason Puncheon have all been released.
Also, Michy Batshuayi will not return after a loan spell from Chelsea.
Wilfried Zaha is still up in the air to and keeping their talisman is of paramount importance.
This could be a tough year for the Eagles.
Palace are 5/2 to finish in the top half of the Premier League.
They’re also 1/8 to stay up but, the 9/2 they are to go down could change rapidly depending on transfer activity.
This will be their seventh successive season in the Premier League but can they secure an eighth?
It’s fair to say Newcastle United have had better summers.
Adored manager Rafa Benítez has left the club with the less than popular Steve Bruce the new Head Coach.
Also, Salomón Rondón has gone to join Benítez at Dàlián Yīfāng with Ayoze Pérez off to sign for Leicester.
Those two scored 25 of the 47 goals Newcastle scored last season so to say this year could be a struggle is an understatement.
The Magpies are 9/4 to be relegated to the Championship and are 1/3 to stay up.
The former looks like good value.
Will it be another season of unrest at St James’ Park?
A mixed season for Bournemouth but ultimately a successful one.
The Cherries finished 14th in the table and have secured a fifth straight season of top flight football.
They conceded 70 goals in the end though so that might be an area they look to address.
They’ve already brought in two new full-backs.
Lloyd Kelly has joined from Bristol City and Jack Stacey from Luton.
£30 million has also come into the club as Tyrone Mings has gone to Aston Villa and Lys Mousset has joined Sheffield United.
Will Eddie Howe’s side comfortably finish mid-table once more?
The Cherries are 1/8 to stay in the Premier League which reflected their strength.
Should be another strong season for the side from Dorset.
After a terrible start to last season, Burnley managed to comfortably survive.
Last season, the Clarets competed in Europe for the first time in 51 years, beating Aberdeen and İstanbul Başakşehir before losing to Olympiacos.
However, that clearly affected their league form and they were bottom at Christmas.
Nevertheless, a run of five wins and three draws from eight games saw them climb away from danger and eventually finish 15th.
This summer they’ve made two acquisitions.
Erik Pieters has joined from Stoke and Jay Rodriguez has rejoined the club from West Bromwich Albion.
Without the early season continental distraction, Sean Dyche will be looking for another strong season.
They are 4/11 to go down and should not be in any danger of doing so.
Where will Burnley end up this year?
The Ralph revolution is in full swing.
When Ralph Hasenhüttl took over on the South Coast last year, Southampton were in a lot of trouble.
However, the Austrian revolutionised his side and they eventually comfortably stayed up.
With a pre-season behind his squad, this year should be a very good one for Southampton.
So far, Che Adams has joined from Birmingham, Moussa Djenepo has signed from Standard Liège and Danny Ings’ loan deal has been made permanent.
The out-goings are Matt Targett and Jordy Clasie who have joined Aston Villa and AZ Alkmaar respectively.
This Saints side will be really strong this year under the talented manager.
Southampton are 1/9 to stay up and should easily do just that.
Brighton & Hove Albion
Will it be another tough season for Brighton?
Last season, despite only getting 36 points, Chris Hughton’s side just about survived.
Their last win came on March 9 and that poor end of season form saw Hughton dismissed.
Graham Potter is the new man at the helm so can he lead the Seagulls to safety?
So far, Leandro Trossard from Genk is the big money arrival.
He’ll take Anthony Knockaert’s place in the squad as he’s joined Fulham on loan.
There may be more signings to come but Potter might have to work his magic to keep Brighton in the Premier League.
They are third favourites at 7/4 to go down and it could be a long season at the AMEX.
Norwich City: Championship Champions.
Having finished 14th the year before, very little was expected of Daniel Farke’s team last season.
However, the Canaries soared to 94 points and a place back in the Premier League.
They’ve only lost two games since 6 October but could find it tough to make the step up.
This summer has seen numerous new recruits though.
Ralf Fährmann is set to be the new goalkeeper with Sam Byram, Patrick Roberts and Josip Drmić the other notable arrivals.
Can Norwich stay up this season?
They are second favourites at 5/4 to go down but it’s hard to know just how well they will do this year.
Nobody saw that coming.
Last year, Chris Wilde’s Sheffield United surprised everybody and gained promotion back to the Premier League.
Bramall Lane will host Premier League football for the first time since 2007 but will the Blades survive?
So far, they’ve made three signings of note.
Phil Jagielka rejoined his boyhood club after leaving them 12 years ago.
Also, Ravel Morrison has joined from Östersunds FK and Lys Mousset has come in from Bournemouth.
It will be a big ask so can this side stay up?
They are the favourites at 8/11 to go straight back down again.
After three years away, Aston Villa are back in the big time.
Back in May, Dean Smith’s men beat Derby County in the play-off final thanks to goals from Anwar El Ghazi and John McGinn.
Now can they survive in the top division and then reestablish themselves as one of the top teams in the land?
They have been very busy in the market this summer.
The loan deals for Tyrone Mings, Kortney Hause and Anwar El Ghazi have all been made permanent.
They’ll be joined at Villa Park by Matt Targett, Björn Engels, Ezri Konsa, Jota and Wesley.
They’ve certainly spent big at Villa this summer and five of the last six newly promoted teams to spend more than £50 million have survived.
Aston Villa are 4/11 to do just that.
Should be a strong season in the Midlands.