English Football Betting Guide
We bring you tips and information on football league betting across the English Football League. Each week we provide you with Premier League and Championship Accumulators.
Manchester City Looking To Retain Premier League Title
Premier League Betting is one of the most exciting markets in the world with some of the most famous names in the sport fighting it out for the glory. Manchester City won their first Premier League title in remarkable fashion last season, courtesy of a last-gasp Sergio Aguero goal. Roberto Mancini's men look as strong as ever and will be gunning to retain the title this season.
Man Utd will be looking to wrestle back the title and local bragging rights this season, and have been boosted by the signing of Robin van Persie. Meanwhile the likes of Chelsea and Arsenal will be in the mix, with Liverpool and Tottenham outside bets.
The Premier League Relegation Odds battle is also worth taking a look at following last season's relegation scrap which was billed as one of the closet ever as it went right down to the wire.
Leicester and Bolton joint favourites for Championship title
The fight for Championship supremacy will be as competitive as ever this season, with a multitude of teams vying it out for automatic promotion. Leicester and Bolton start the season as the ante-post favourites for the title in the Championship odds. Bolton are gunning for an instant return to the top flight, while Leicester are also eager to get back among the big guns following a nine-year absence. Wolves, Cardiff and Blackburn will also be in the mix, as will the likes of Birmingham, Blackpool and Leeds.
English Football Betting
The popularity of betting English football has increased massively since the introduction of The Premier League in 1992. Much of the success of the booming English football economy and demand for live football betting is owed to the increased TV exposure and investment that the English football League and Cup Competitions have received in recent years.
The 2011/12 football season will once again see huge numbers of live football matches being shown live on TV from the Premier League to the FA Cup and beyond. English football is now watched in over 150 countries around the world and has become the most popular league in the world with players and fans.
Some of the more common bet types offered by online bookmakers on English football matches include match betting, correct score bets, first goalscorer betting, last goalscorer, anytime goalscorer, number of goals, number of bookings, number of corners, player to score a hat-trick, to keep a clean sheet, to score a penalty and many more.
English Football Betting Bet Types
The popularity of betting on English football has exploded in recent years; the main reasons for this growth include the fact that more people than ever are using the internet to place their football match bets and use their iPhones, iPads and other smart phones to place bets. This is coupled with the growing number of live football games being shown on TV which subsequently results in people wanting to bet on live games.
The most traditional and popular bet remains the football accumulator but the number of live football matches now on TV has resulted in a growing number of new types of bet, allowing football fans to watchl live footbal betting with an interest in the game despite the fact that they may not support any of the teams involved, there has also been a growth in the number of websites offering football predictions which also see punters following the expert opinion of professionals on matches they wouldn't know much about.
Football supporters are well known for having opinions on what the correct score is going to be in a match or which player they think will score the first goal and now they can back their predictions by placing a football bet online. In keeping with the number of football bets now being placed over the internet, bookmakers are continuously increasing the number of bet types that they offer on football matches, offering odds on almost any possible eventuality imaginable. For more advanced football punters, Betting Exchanges offer a whole number of different betting opportunities. In addition to the usual football betting markets, punters can lay teams to win and outcomes of the game and even more advanced are the opportunities for Arbitrage which allows for profits to be secured by backing one outcome and laying the same outcome at lower odds to secure a profit.
Whatever bet you enjoy on football there are so many that there is something for everyone.
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