Premier League Predictions and Betting Tips

English Premier League, or simply famous as the Premier League, is the most followed, commercial and attractive club football competition across the world and it gains even bigger popularity on every continent. This is the English professional top football level and the competition exists in its current format since season 1992-1993, when the league known as “First Division” transformed into the Premier League.

2017-18 English Premier League Betting Tips and Predictions

The Premier League is known to be the most-watched football league worldwide, having broadcasts in over 200 territories with more than 600 million homes and with even bigger human potential – for TV audience of 4.7+ billion people. Indeed, English Premier League becomes even more expensive with every next season and all advertisement and TV contracts are making the league the strongest financial football competition, with future plan all 20 Premier League members to be in top 30 of the world’s richest football clubs. We believe that this plan is more than realistic and it shows what progress was made in all marketing and financial aspects, thus all clubs can sign with the best players and they can easily attract them with the best youth and training facilities, weekly salaries, additional bonuses, and conditions for free and financially stable stay, which is another important reason why all player are targeting the Premier League as their dream football destination.

All these numbers are forming the huge interest towards that soccer league and is here to support you in all aspects of your English Premier League commitment – whether you plan to make a bet, searching for good football predictions, seeking highest betting odds by trusted online sportsbook operators, or you simply want to find some good match previews and more information about the clubs, managers, squads, injuries, suspensions, stadiums, with few words – all Premier League related stuff. Well, you’re at the right place since covers the “EPL” in all details and our professional dedication works passionately, and fully in your favor. Learn more about the English Premier League – read about the EPL history or immerse in the different articles/pages you can find in the section devoted entirely to English football.

English Premier League: History and Facts

Forty seven (47) different clubs were part of the English top flight since its reorganization and only five of them triumphed in May. Manchester United is the most successful club in the Premier League era as “The Red Devils” were champions in 13 EPL seasons, while Chelsea are on second position with only 4 trophies. This makes more than three times distance between the top two teams, but however, the Premier League remains the most followed league with some notable and remarkable games, seasons and turning points behind. Arsenal (3), Manchester City (2) and Blackburn Rovers (1) are teams that felt the glorious moment of lifting the Premier League trophy, while Leicester City makes very serious claim to upset all big names in season 2015-2016. Besides all club names which can be found in the Premier League hall of fame, we surely feel somehow surprised that we don’t recognize clubs like Liverpool, as “The Reds” from Merseyside won the UEFA Champions League back in 2005, when they took part in perhaps the most dramatic final game ever, but they still struggle to win the league, although Liverpool were amazingly close to execute it in some occasions.
Well, despite the absence of that trophy under its new name, Liverpool remains one from the most supported and valuable English clubs and “Reds” from city of The Beatles are involved in some of the biggest games, with huge audience and interest. Thus English Premier League grows with amazing temps and games like Liverpool vs Manchester United, Derby of Manchester, North London Derby (involving Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur), Tyne Wear Derby (Newcastle vs Sunderland), Liverpool Derby (Liverpool FC vs Everton) and some other games became something special and deeply beloved by every Premier League follower. Of course, it’s full of city or regional derbies and not only with English clubs involved in. Even more, we all know that we can find more clubs in the different English football tiers, as most famous of them are surely current EPL members from Swansea City, as well as the former Premier League members Cardiff City – currently member of English Football Championship. We can also remember about some rumors and proposals back in the years, regarding the possibility both Scottish giants, forming the “Old Firm” rivalry, (Rangers and Celtic) to switch from Scottish Premiership into the English Premier League, but they were never acted upon.

European Football and English clubs

All Premier League clubs are regular participants in the different UEFA competitions (except the period when all English clubs were banned from the UEFA competitions after the tragedy at Heysel Stadium) and fact that they’re from the most successful teams in Europe speaks for quality of English football. Clubs like Liverpool, Manchester United, Nottingham Forest, Chelsea, Aston Villa can boast with the Champions League trophy in their showcases, while Leeds United and Arsenal are runner-ups. Meanwhile in the UEFA Europa League, formerly known as the UEFA Cup, The Premier League makes even wider expansion as the number of English clubs who have European trophy increases – Tottenham Hotspur and Ipswich Town are among the honored English teams at the continental scene.
Since the foundation back in 1992, English Premier League usually attracts if not all, most of the best names from all over the world and names like Peter Schmeichel, Nemanja Vidić, Ryan Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo, Thierry Henry, Roy Keane Eric Cantona, Dennis Bergkamp, Gary Speed, Yaya Toure, Sergio Agüero, Petr Cech, Patrick Vieira, Gianfranco Zola, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Jürgen Klinsmann, Michael Ballack, Juan Veron, Robin van Persie, Dimitar Berbatov, Carlos Tevez, Luis Suarez are only part of the foreigners who leave significant mark in modern era of English football. When we add the names of domestic lads like David James, Gary Neville, Sol Campbell, John Terry, Ashley Cole, Tony Adams, Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes, Steven Gerrard, David Beckham, Frank Lampard, Alan Shearer, Les Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney, Michael Owen, Teddy Sheringham, Andy Cole, Ian Wright, Robby Fowler, Kevin Phillips, Robbie Kean, and many more… boy, this list looks endless!
All these players are simply great but would they be so good without the excellence of managerial job in English football? First name which pops in our mind is surely of sir Alex Ferguson as Scottish manager of Manchester United is the most successful name without any doubts, and he’ll surely be for more time! However, except Ferguson’s success, which obviously runs through his veins, there are some other managers who made their names as synonymous of the competition as well. Names like Arsène Wenger, Harry Redknapp, Jose Mourinho, Mark Hughes are only small part of them.

Other competitions under the FA’s jurisdiction

In you may meet not only with Premier League football articles or events, but with all links of football in England. Championship and all lower divisions, as well as the domestic cups such as the English League Cup and the oldest existing football competition worldwide – The FA Cup, are also part of our sight and we aim to offer you with the best information regarding English football in all aspects, not only with the Premier League related information, but surely the EPL is our main subject.

Detailed Match Previews, Squads, Team News and Betting Advice

In addition to all facts and historical lessons you may take for free here, proposes a very special Premier League section with carefully sorted, reviewed and authors’ analysis. Indeed, we believe that good review of each game improves the chances of winning and our betting reviews are coming in fusion with the best available betting odds you can get for all games in English football. Last but not least – we work only with the most trusted and verified bookmakers, as you may spot some of them in the different advertising banners on the different Premier League stadiums.