Last season ended with a tight race between Liverpool and Manchester City, and it all came down to the very last round. Both teams won their last match of the season – and City managed to defend their title from the 2017/18 season just one point ahead of Liverpool.
Looking at the odds for the upcoming season of 2019/20, chances are that Manchester City will be able to claim the title for the third straight season. In the winner odds from Unibet, City are top candidates for the title to the odds 4/6.
Other than Manchester City in the top, there are five other teams that are expected to be in the top fight. These teams are Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal – some of the most succesful teams in the English top league.
Winner odds for Premier League 2019/20
Odds from Unibet 25/6 2019
How to follow Premier League
If you’re interested in following the coming season of Premier League, make sure to check in to Oddsexpert regularly. We provide you with the best odds on all games, the current schedule, the latest results, the current table, statistics, facts, news and a lot more!
Schedule and results
The schedule for one season of Premier League spans from August to May. If you want to follow the current season with the latest results – do so in the table above. There, you’ll find all upcoming games for every single team in the league.
Follow your team
In order to win Premier League, a team must be placed at the top of the list when all 38 rounds are finished. The competition is tough is one of the highest ranked leagues in the world, and it takes a lot from a team to become the winners.
Here at Oddsexpert, you’ll find the stats and results from all the teams, so that you can keep track of the team that you support.
About Premier League
Premier League is the top football league in England since 1992/93. It’s also considered to be one of the best leagues in the world – alongside La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A. Premier League came out of the English Football League, wich was the first football league in history. In 1992, the 22 teams in the current highest division decided to break out of the league, and that’s when Premier League came about. English Football League, EFL, does still exist in England’s lower football divisions.
Premier League is now separate from The Football League however – and can decide about TV-rights and sponsoring on its own. Premier League and EFL are however still connected in one way. Teams from the division under can get a place in Premier League and vice versa – depending on their results in their respective leagues.
European success for the english football clubs
The venture to create Premier League has resulted in great things. From being a league that had difficulties with keeping and finding young talents, Premier League is now one of the most star-packed football leagues.
Since clubs like Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United has grown to be very successful in Europe, the league has also gained in popularity. Premier League is now the world´s most popular football league – with more than half a billion people watching the games every year, from 202 different countries.
How Premier League is played
During every season of Premier League, a total of 20 teams are competing for the title. All teams will play each other twice – once at home and one time away. This means that 38 rounds are being played throughout one full season. Except for the league title, there are also qualification for Champions League and Europa League up for grabs for the top teams.
For the moment – The Championship, which is the league below Premier League, has three spots for Premier League qualification. Two of them means direct qualification, and the third one is secured through playoff between teams 3-6. This means that the three bottom teams in Premier League each year will be degraded down to The Championship.
The teams in Premier League does also participate in the english cups: the FA Cup, FA Community Shield and the EFL cup. There are, in other words, plenty of titles for the english teams to chase – even if the domestic cups doesn’t quite compare to a title from Premier- or Europa League.
Plenty of interesting derbys
One thing that makes Premier League a bit special is the fact that it has a lot of recurring derbys. We have the Manchester derby between City and United, there’s the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton, and the northen London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham. In London, there are derby’s especially often since Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, West Ham, Watford and Crystal Palace are all placed in that area.
The derby’s does often occur on Sunday’s, which has led to the expression “Super Sunday”.