Premier League
6th August 2018

All The Premier League Betting Odds 2018/19?

By odds24

Premier League Betting has began and Ladbrokes have released pre-season bets placed on who will win the premier league in the 2018/19 season with a few surprises!

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Premier League Betting Season 2018/19

Who if anyone will beat man City to the Premier League title this season ?


1. Liverpool – (36.19%)
2. Arsenal – (14.65%)
3. Man United – (9.16%)
4. Tottenham – (6.60%)
5. Man City – (6.19%)
6. Chelsea – (5.58%)
7. West Ham – (4.62%)
8. Wolves – (3.89%)
9. Everton – (2.01%)
10. Fulham – (1.94%)
11. Newcastle – (1.63%)
12. Cardiff – (1.34%)
13. Leicester – (1.23%)
14. Burnley – (0.92%)
15. Brighton – (0.90%)
16. Crystal Palace – (0.75%)
17. Huddersfield – (0.72%)
18. Watford – (0.65%)
19. Southampton – (0.64%)
20. Bournemouth – (0.40%)

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Liverpool are the value team this season and punters clearly think Klopp’s side are capable of going all the way.”

“The three promoted sides looks safe as far as punters are concerned, but it looks as though it’ll be a tough season down on the south coast.”

Do you agree ? Place your bets here with Ladbrokes

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Latest Team News:

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Everton – Marco Silva is desperate to add at least one central defender to his Everton squad before Thursday’s transfer deadline. Since Silva succeeded Sam Allardyce in the Goodison Park hot-seat he has signed Richarlison from Watford and left-back Lucas Digne but knows central defence remains his side’s main weakness.

Chelsea – Brazil international Willian says he has decided to stay at Chelsea after holding positive talks with new Blues boss Maurizio Sarri. The 29-year-old had been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer and was criticised by Sarri after failing to return to pre-season training on time.

Man Utd – Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has warned that it will be a difficult season for the club unless they buy some new players this week. The transfer window closes on Thursday and Mourinho has only signed Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant this summer while the likes of Liverpool and Arsenal have spent heavily on squad strengthening.