Premier League Betting Guide

Betting on Premier League football is one of the most exciting ways to follow the Beautiful Game. Here at Unibet we offer extensive Premier League betting markets for every game of the season. There are 20 teams that compete in the Premier League every year, meaning 10 games in each of the 38 matchday rounds.

That’s a lot of football—and it means there are plenty of chances to enjoy the Premier League odds and make the bets that matter most to you.

Whether you’re a fan of a specific team like Man Utd, City, Liverpool or Chelsea, or you just love to follow the world’s most exciting football league, be sure to bet with Unibet. Our sportsbook is crammed with amazing football odds. You can bet on over 250 markets during every Premier League game of the season; access bet types such as first goalscorer, corners and handicaps; and even get the latest scores direct to your device.

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The English Premier League

The Premier League is England’s elite football division and features some of the most popular and well-known clubs in the world. Teams such as Man Utd, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham have fans all over the globe. It means that when Premier League games are played millions of pairs of eyes watch their TV screens to follow the action.

It all started in 1992 when the Premier League broke away from the English Football League to create a new division. Over the past three decades the Premier League has grown in popularity as more and more fans follow the big clubs. In these years the likes of Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea and City have dominated the Premier League and won the title on multiple occasions. Leicester and Blackburn have also claimed the championship, while Liverpool earned their first Premier League crown in 2020.

Some of the world’s most iconic footballers have played in the Premier League. Stars such as Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer, Eric Cantona and Gianfranco Zola have dazzled fans with their skill, power and goals. These days Premier League clubs entertain fans every week with their squads full of superstar talent.

Yet what makes the Premier League so good are the fans. Thousands of supporters pack Premier League grounds every week to create a cauldron of noise. This atmosphere spurs the players on and can create major drama on the pitch and in the stands.

And it is the fans who watch the games all over the world, who buy the club shirts and the tickets, and ultimately generate millions for their teams, who then buy even better players!


How does the Premier League work?

There are 20 teams in the Premier League. Each team plays everyone else home and away, which means there are 38 games per team in a season. Teams compete to finish top of the league and win the championship. However, there are also other battles to win during the course of the campaign. The top four Premier League clubs at the end of the season go into the following season’s Champions League. The team that finishes fifth gets an automatic spot in the Europa League.

Meanwhile, the three teams that finish bottom of the table are relegated to the Championship—so keep an eye out for the Premier League relegation odds! These teams will be replaced by three promoted teams from the Championship for the following season.

Every league position in the Premier League is worth fighting for. There is roughly £2m in prize money awarded for every place a team progresses up the division. So, the difference between finishing 10th compared to 16th can be a head-spinning amount of money.

Teams earn three points for a win, one point for a draw and none for a defeat. Generally a team is thought to require around 40 points to have a good chance of avoiding relegation.

Playing in the Premier League earns clubs around £100m minimum in TV money, while that figure can skyrocket if they qualify for Europe and finish high in the table. Games are played almost every weekend of the season from August to May, while there are also rounds of midweek fixtures. Many Premier League games are televised and so are not played at the ‘traditional’ 3pm Saturday kick off time. So be sure to check out the latest Premier League fixtures so you know when your favourite teams are playing!

Who won the Premier League in 2022?

The Premier League 2022 was won by Man City, who roared to victory on the final day of the season in dramatic fashion. They pipped Liverpool to the title by a single point, amassing 93 points after a hard-fought season between the two sides. In fact, both league meetings between the Citizens and the Reds ended in 2-2 draws, which just shows how unbelievably tight their rivalry was last season.

But it was Liverpool who triumphed in the list of Premier League top scorers 2022. Reds’ player Mohammed Salah ended the season on 23 goals, jointly winning the Premier League Golden Boot award alongside Son Heung-Min of Tottenham. Liverpool’s statistical dominance continued in the list of most assists, with Mohammed Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Andrew Robertson all finishing in the top three spots.

Man City, however, won’t have minded about the individual awards, as they came back from 0-2 down against Aston Villa to clinch the title with a 3-2 victory. Unlike in other sports or knockout competitions like the FA Cup, there is no “Premier League Final 2022”. Instead, on the last day every team plays at the same time. This is done to avoid any unsportsmanlike conduct, but we like to think it’s because it makes the end of the season so much more dramatic, as City fans will confirm.

In the last gameweek, there was drama at both ends of the table. Aside from the title race, Spurs and Arsenal were battling it out for the last Champions League spot. Both recorded resounding victories, with Tottenham thumping already-relegated Norwich 5-0 and Arsenal romping to a 5-1 home win against Everton. At the other end of the table, Leeds secured their place in the league with a win over Brentford, while Burnley succumbed to relegation.

Premier League Betting

Betting on Premier League football is a great way to follow all the action and there are plenty of ways to place your bets. First, you should know that all Premier League odds can be found in the Premier League section of the Unibet sportsbook. This is the best place to find the latest football odds and markets in every upcoming match.

Betting on matches is the most straightforward type of Premier League bet. The odds focus on a specific game and subsequent outcomes within 90 minutes. For example, you can bet on the match winner, first goalscorer, corners, handicaps, over/unders… even first throw-in! There are over 200 bet options available on Premier League games, so you’re sure to find a choice that’s right for you.

You can also place season-long bets on the Premier League. These focus on outcomes such as Premier League champions, the top-four battle and relegation. For example, every season you can bet on Premier League winner. This could be Liverpool, City, Man Utd or even an outsider, like Leicester. After all, surprises do happen! This market is often open throughout the season, so the odds fluctuate depending on results.

Meanwhile, player specials are also available on every Premier League match. These could be straightforward markets, such as the first player to score, or for a player to net a hat-trick. However, the player specials markets can get very intricate. For example, you can bet on a player to score a header, score a penalty, hit the crossbar and even get sent off! These bet types are great for betting on Premier League games where you’re more interested in a specific player than a team.


Premier League 2022/23

In the list of Premier League seasons, 2022/23 is already sure to go down as another immensely dramatic and surprising year. Who would have thought Arteta would get Arsenal to play such free-flowing football? Who could have foreseen the decline of Chelsea and Liverpool? And who would dare to predict the final league table?

Save for a few almost certainties (Haaland will surely win the 2023 Golden Boot), the Premier League continues to churn out shocks, making it rather frustrating to bet on. The stronger team is never guaranteed to win, and that defender who hasn’t yet got a career goal (looking at you, Joe Gomez) quite often bangs one in when you least expect it.

But the Premier League remains such a popular betting choice precisely because of its unpredictability. Anything can happen. So if you find some favourable odds, why not give it a punt? It’s definitely worth doing your research before you bet, but there’ll always be that degree of uncertainty that no amount of research can predict.

As for odds to win the Premier League 2022/23, Arsenal remain the favourite with Man City close behind. Man United and Newcastle have the next lowest odds, two names that football fans may not have expected to see this close to the top this season. Their odds are still a way off Arsenal’s and City’s, but the fact they’re third and fourth favourite is a huge testament to their seasons, having both surpassed expectations this year so far.

If you’re looking for some tasty bets, there are a few important Premier League 2022/23 dates to remember. Title contenders Arsenal and Man City are yet to face each other in the league, but do so on February 15th and April 26th. The last gameweek of the season arrives on May 28th.

Premier League betting odds explained

If you’re new to sports betting then you might not be familiar with Premier League betting odds. The odds on any match in the Premier League will feature outcomes you can bet on. This could be, for example, Newcastle to beat Arsenal 1-0 at 8/1. Here, you’ll earn £/€8 if you bet £1 and Newcastle win 1-0. Likewise, if the odds were 7/2 on a simple Newcastle win, you’d earn £3.50 if you bet £1 and the Magpies emerged victorious.

The great thing about Premier League betting is that many markets are live during the game. This means you can access some interesting In Play odds that rise and fall depending on what’s happening on the pitch. If Leeds score the opening goal in a game against Man Utd, their odds on winning will shorten, say from 7/1 to 3/1. It may therefore be a good time to place a bet before the odds change again.

Sports odds can be a little confusing if you haven’t experienced them before. But a good way to see how much you could win from a bet is to click on a bet, enter your stake in the pop-up bet slip and see what the potential payout is. You can then work out if you want to place the bet, or look elsewhere for better odds!


Betting on the Premier League with Unibet

Some of the best Premier League betting tips can be found online, yet often you don’t have to look far for some great advice. Indeed, Unibet provide a wide range of statistics and trends for every Premier League game of the season. This means you can quickly access the latest form guides and work out the likelihood of certain outcomes.

For example, if you see that Arsenal have beaten Chelsea in each of their last four games, the trend suggests another Gunners victory is on the cards. These stats are well worth checking out when you’re looking for the best Premier League betting tips.

Meanwhile, Unibet offers other great features, including a bet builder option and a raft of club special bets that focus on individual sides. For example, you could bet on a team finishing in the top half of the table, or finishing above a rival. Be sure to check out the latest Premier League special bets when you explore the sportsbook!

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