English Premier League 2019/2020 Betting Odds Comparison

1X2
Friday 09/08
1.168.5021.66All Odds
Saturday 10/08
12.006.111.28All Odds
Saturday 10/08
1.913.804.12All Odds
Saturday 10/08
1.953.434.50All Odds
Saturday 10/08
2.603.342.90All Odds
Saturday 10/08
2.843.302.70All Odds
Saturday 10/08
1.305.7514.00All Odds
Sunday 11/08
3.903.781.95All Odds
Sunday 11/08
2.353.333.24All Odds
Sunday 11/08
2.253.503.46All Odds
Saturday 17/08
1.336.0012.00All Odds
Saturday 17/08
3.603.502.10All Odds
Saturday 17/08
1.713.805.50All Odds
Saturday 17/08
1.544.506.85All Odds
Saturday 17/08
2.703.352.75All Odds
Saturday 17/08
2.703.352.75All Odds
Saturday 17/08
9.504.651.42All Odds
Saturday 17/08
3.103.402.40All Odds
Saturday 17/08
3.053.352.45All Odds
Saturday 17/08
1.504.608.00All Odds
Saturday 24/08
1.733.604.33All Odds
Saturday 24/08
3.503.501.91All Odds
Saturday 24/08
2.553.302.70All Odds
Saturday 24/08
1.534.005.00All Odds
Saturday 24/08
1.404.506.50All Odds
Saturday 24/08
6.504.331.40All Odds
Saturday 24/08
3.503.501.91All Odds
Saturday 24/08
1.364.507.00All Odds
Saturday 24/08
2.303.402.90All Odds

There are lots of reasons why the Premier League is a massively popular football competition. The season starts in August and runs through until May, with the leading clubs in England competing against each other every week as some fiercely competitive matches are played out.

The Premier League is the most gambled upon division in global football and the betting opportunities when it comes to the Premier League are unrivalled. Every single game has hundreds of betting markets and betting options whilst there are a huge range of season-long specials and other bets to keep things exciting too.

Betting on the Premier League is great because of the fast-paced, unpredictable nature of the games. Any side can beat any other and this is shown season after season. During the 2018/19 season, Crystal Palace beat Manchester City at the Etihad whilst Newcastle also got the better of Pep’s boys and one of the biggest shocks of recent times saw Bournemouth beat Chelsea 3-0 at the Bridge in 2018.

Of course, undoubtedly THE biggest shock in the Premier League was when Leicester won the title in 2016. The Foxes famously made a mockery of crazy football betting odds of 5,000/1 to lift the Premier League trophy and that just shows how exciting and magical the Premier League can be. Obviously that bit more magical and exciting for all those who had a bet on Leicester at 5,000/1!

If you want to bet on the Premier League then the odds comparison at Odds1x2.com is a brilliant way to make sure you always get the best odds. There are so many different online bookmakers and their odds can vary quite dramatically. If you like backing outsiders, including betting on the correct score and other long odds bets, then the difference in prices is often even more marked.

Our odds comparison checks the prices at all the best online bookmakers and makes it really easy for you to always get the best betting odds. We work with the leading operators to ensure that you always get the best possible value on the Premier League and there are also welcome bonuses available when you sign up as a new customer.

In terms of the 2019-20 Premier League season, we expect to see lots of people backing both Liverpool and Man City once again. Those two look a cut above the rest of the Premier League and whilst what happens in the transfer market could alter that picture, it’s hard to look past those two in the outright winner betting.

The likes of Manchester United, Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea probably have too big a gap to bridge right now but, this being football, you never know. Of course, the odds on those four are much longer than you will find on City or Liverpool, so if you can see one of them over performing in 2019-20, you could grab some great value.

2019-20 Premier League Season Facts and Key Dates

The latest edition of the most exciting league in the world will kick-off on Friday 9th August 2019 when Liverpool entertain Norwich City, with several matches then played on Saturday 10th August and Sunday 11th August.

The other key Premier League date is that the summer transfer window will close at 5pm on Thursday 8th August 2019. You can guarantee that clubs up and down the country will be working hard right up until that deadline, despite the fact that most usually try and get their business done early in the window in order to facilitate a full pre-season. Nonetheless, transfers and the usual gossip are a great way to see through the summer, especially if your club manages to land one or two big signings.

With clubs having more money than ever we’re sure to see huge amounts of money spent over the summer, with even the smallest clubs able to pay sums that would have been impossible just a few years ago. That should make the Premier League even more attractive and even more exciting, with more and more big names coming to English football.

This will be the 28th Premier League campaign and whilst we have already said that we fancy Liverpool and Manchester City to slug things out at the top, it would be great to see three or even four teams in the mix.

The battle for the Champions League spots is undoubtedly tougher than it has ever been. All of the supposed “big six” feel it is their right to be in the UCL but ultimately only four can make it. Moreover, both Wolves, who had an excellent first season back in the Premier League, and Everton, will continue to spend big and try to force their way into the reckoning. The likes of West Ham and Leicester will also have the Champions League as their long-term goals so it really should be exciting to watch.

Of course, like just about anything in football and the Premier League, you can bet on which sides will finish in the top four. Our odds comparison will bring you the biggest betting odds for that market plus other interesting football bets such as relegation, top goalscorer, who will finish bottom and loads more.

These season-long bets are great value because, barring your prediction being a total stinker, you get to cheer on your bet for the whole season. Just one stake gives you an interest in the action for almost 10 months and betting this way is an excellent way to spice things up.

So, whether you fancy a small outside bet at long odds on Wolves to make the Premier League’s top four or a massive stake on City to win the league, be sure to bookmark our odds comparison to help you out with all your Premier League bets!