English Premier League Football Bets

English Premier League BettingThe Premier League odds for 2012/13 look to be as exciting as ever with all the top teams set to be in the shake up for the League title. Man City will be bidding to retain their title but they will be closely chased by their main rivals, Man Utd and Chelsea, alongside the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool. The Premier League teams will also play additional fixtures in the League Cup and FA Cup throughout the season.

At the start of every Premier League season Antepost football betting is one of the most popular bet types amongst football fans as bets are placed on who supporters' think will finish top of the Premier League at the end of the season. The team who finishes top of the Premier League is crowned Champions but fans can bet each-way on the Premier League antepost market, with bookmakers offering up to quarter of the odds on a team finishing in the top four. The four Premier League teams who occupy positions first to fourth at the end of the Premier League season qualify for the following season's Champions League.

Relegation betting has become increasingly popular in recent years with odds being offered by bookmakers on which teams will finish in the bottom three positions in the Premier League and subsequently be relegated to The Championship.

Betting on which Premier League player will score the most goals in the season and win the Golden Boot award is also a very popular antepost bet and has provided football punters with some big priced winners in recent years.

The odds on the Premier League outright winner, relegation odds and top goalscorer are constantly updated throughout the season by bookmakers, with the antepost odds changing weekly as teams win, lose or draw their regular season games. Other factors such as signings that Premier League teams make also influence the betting odds. The Premier League transfer window is open from the end of the season until the end of August and re-opens for one month in January. Outside these times Premier League teams cannot sign players from other clubs.

Betting on Premier League Football Matches

Most live betting on the Premier League takes place on the individual games that are played each weekend of the season. The majority of Premier League games are played on Saturdays' but games are also played on Sundays' and Monday nights, as result of live TV coverage, with up to six live Premier League games being shown on TV every weekend.

Most major online bookmakers offer a minimum of 30 different bet types on each Premier League football match betting with the live TV games commanding over 50 different markets.

If you are looking to have a bet on the Premier League it is worth checking out the various special cash-back offers that the English Football Betting recommended bookmakers offer on a weekly basis. Many bookmakers offer cash back promotions on the weekend's live Premier League games. Bookmakers will refund your stake if certain things happen in a game, for example, a certain player scores the last goal or a player gets sent off in the game stakes will be refunded.

As betting on the Premier League continues to grow, English Football Betting will provide up to date news and the latest Premier League betting odds as well as information on how to claim free bets on the Premier League.

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