If teams finish on equal points at the end of the season, score difference will be the tie-breaker.
About Premier League
Premier League, also commonly known as Premiership, is England’s primary football competition and was formed in 1992 after breaking away from the Football League (which was originally founded in 1888). There are twenty clubs involved, all playing thirty-eight matches between August and May, which makes it a rather packed Premier League fixtures list, and you can find all the latest Premier League betting odds across Odds Portal. It is undoubtedly the world’s most lucrative football league at present. It drives investors from around the globe and more and more teams get financial backing from outside England making Premier League clubs some of the richest in the world.
In the whole of Premier League history, 26th season is under way, forty-three teams have been involved but only six have won the title – Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Blackburn, Manchester City and Leicester City - and the Premiership predictions are this trend will continue. Manchester City are current title holders. Manchester United won the most titles, Manchester United have amassed most points in a single season whilst Arsenal are the only team in history to go all season unbeaten. And especially Arsenal’s achievement would have been with big Premier League odds.
The Premier League campaign promises another great year of entertainment with Premiership betting odds favouring top four with all bookmakers. It will be another year full of exciting Premiership fixtures including the likes of Manchester derby, the North London derby and plenty more thrilling matches with great value Premier League odds on display here at Odds Portal.
English teams belong to the strongest on European scene. This has gathered a decent coefficient and ensured top four teams qualify for the Champions League making Premier League betting and Premier League predictions even harder. The fifth placed team automatically qualifies for the Europa League along with the FA Cup and EFL Cup winners. The bottom three Premiership teams get relegated. The top two Championship teams gain automatic promotion to the Premier League, teams finishing in positions three to six compete in a play-off for the last remaining Premier League place. Historically the play-off winner gets the longest Premiership odds to stay up.