Premier League Predictions
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Manchester City and Liverpool have been almost inseparable over the last four seasons, with just one point between them across the last 152 Premier League games.
The reigning champions will have to alter their style of play to accommodate Erling Haaland and Liverpool have the added bonus of giving Mohamed Salah and Luis Diaz a mid-season rest thanks to their respective national teams failing to qualify for the World Cup.
Another incredibly close battle for the title is expected but I fancy Liverpool to pip their new-age rivals.
Tottenham could be some way off in third but I give them the advantage over Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United.
Spurs earned 56 points in Antonio Conte’s 28 games in charge last season, with only Man City and Liverpool collecting more. They have strengthened in Richarlison and Yves Bissouma and Conte has averaged 2.2 points-per-game across almost 300 Premier League and Serie A games.
Bournemouth dropped off in the second half of last season and had just the sixth-best record in the Championship in 2022. They haven’t made any significant moves in the transfer market and are heavily reliant on Dominic Solanke, who either scored or assisted 48% of their goals last season.
Fulham are similarly reliant on Aleksandar Mitrovic after his record-breaking season but the Serbian has never managed to hit those heights in the top flight. They have also lost Fabio Carvalho, who scored ten and assisted eight, and each of their last two Premier League stints have lasted just a single season.
Everton had the joint-third worst record in the Premier League since Frank Lampard took over and they have lost star-player Richarlison this summer. They don’t look interested in reinvesting that money after recent years of frivolous spending and they took just five points from the ten games in which Richarlison didn’t start last season.
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Premier League Predictions & Betting Tips
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With its high-octane, exciting matches and array of world-class talent from all over the globe, it’s no wonder the Premier League is the most popular league in the world. The people can’t be wrong, so where better to enjoy a bet than the English top-flight? Let’s dive in with your questions.
When are your Premier League predictions posted?
We’re all about getting early value – the popularity of the Premier League means odds can shorten very quickly on the day of a fixture. To get better prices our tipsters research and post their predictions as early as possible. Here’s when you can expect them:
Premier League accumulators are posted on Friday night by 10pm.
Premier League betting previews are posted 2-3 days before kick-off
This means it doesn’t matter if you’re looking for predictions today or tomorrrow, on the weekend or on a weekday night – we’ll have them up in plenty of time.
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How to bet on the Premier League
There are all sorts of options available to you. The fast-paced nature of the league makes in-play betting ideal for Premier League punters, while the classic accumulator is among our most popular bets for the English top flight. It’s also worth taking advantage of new customer offers when betting on the Premier League – our free bets section lists the best of these so you can compare them.
Who will win the Premier League?
Everyone loves to make an outright prediction. The likes of Liverpool and Manchester City are among the favourites, but for our live Premier League winner prediction scroll back up this page!
How to watch the Premier League on TV
So, what channel is the Premier League on? Sky Sports and BT Sports have recently been joined by Amazon Prime Video in the battle for broadcasting supremacy. In the current deal running to 2022, Sky show 128 matches a season while BT have 52. Newcomers Amazon have grabbed 20.
That’s 200 games in total, and we have a Premier League prediction for all of them. For this week’s top-flight matches, check out our Live Football on TV page.
When is the Premier League season?
The English top-flight season runs from mid-August through to mid-May. A staggered fortnight-long winter break takes place in early February.
Which teams are in the Premier League?
So, who’s in the top division of English football? We offer Premier League tips for every team competing in the 2022-23 season, those being:
Arsenal, Aston Villa, Brentford, Brighton & Hove Albion, Bournemouth, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, Leeds United, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Who has won the most Premier League titles?
Since the Premier League’s creation in 1992, Manchester United have won the most titles with 13 wins. They are followed by Manchester City on 6 and Chelsea with 5.
In terms of the entire history of the English top-flight, Manchester United have also won most often, with 20 league titles to their name. Liverpool are a close second on 19, while Arsenal follow with 13.
2021-22: Manchester City
2020-21: Manchester City
2018-19: Manchester City
2017-18: Manchester City
2015-16: Leicester City
2013-14: Manchester City
2012-13: Manchester United
2011-12: Manchester City
Premier League accumulators
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