The 2017/2018 season saw Manchester City as runaway league leaders throughout the campaign and to no one’s surprise became the champions of England for the 3rd time in 7 years.
The incredible technical ability, sheer power, and pace of their attacking players are what crippled their opposition in most cases this season. This was achieved through the downright wizardry of both Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva coupled with the clinical finishing of Agüero, Sterling, Sané, and Jesus. Together they have racked up an impressive 76 goals and 52 assists between the 6 of them so far. Rising stars Bernardo Silva and goalkeeper Ederson Santana de Moraes were also standouts this season, held down by the defensive resilience of Fernando and Otamendi. It would be a fair call if most of their players made it into the starting 11 of the season.
Another standout player, and recently crowned PFA Player of the Year was the in-form and ingenious Mo Salah. What a player, a thrill to watch with 41 goals in all competitions so far – the Egyptian King.
The form and performance of teams and their players aren’t always predictable, in fact, it’s far from it. Just look at Leicester Football Club, for example - coming out of nowhere to win the championship in 2015/2016. So how feasible is it to bet on the league? Well, it depends on which way you go about it. Here are our top tips for premier league football betting:
First things first, the Premier League is known for its ‘surprise defeats’, especially when the underdog is playing at their home stadium so be sure to know as much as possible about the recent results between the two teams you’re placing bets on. With sports, you can bet on just about anything, so again, make a concerted effort to look at all factors when predicting outcomes:
Obviously, the safer bet is always with the top 6 clubs (bigger teams). So, if you were to look at your return over an entire campaign, betting on Man Utd or Man City to win would have been rewarding in most cases. It becomes more complex when big teams face each other or when you’re trying to predict the final score. No matter how clued up you are, betting on any sport is always a risk and so it’s better to start small.
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You may be the most knowledgeable premier league fanatic out there but, unfortunately, that doesn’t mean you’ll always make a profit and be a successful sports bettor. There’s a lot more to it than just knowing the ins and outs of the game.
Think about and research the following:
These are all critical aspects of being a successful sports bettor, so make sure to educate yourself before going in blind, under the impression that your insight into the beautiful game is enough.
Wagers on games or outcomes that haven’t happened yet but will in the distant future are called “future bets” and are quite common. Making predictions such as:
These are the type of bets that are mostly placed by recreational gamblers, who’ll usually back their team. This type of betting is exhilarating and very risky, so it’s best to think about it in depth before making a call.