Premier League Predictions

Our Premier League predictions will cover every top flight fixture with an in-depth preview of the match including latest form and stats.

We will pick out the best Premier League betting tips for each match previewed and give you the best odds for each prediction. Our favourite bets will be things such as correct score predictions and first and anytime goalscorer bets. We’ll also look to find some good odds selections from things such as the bookings markets and over/under 2.5 goals bets.

 

Barclays Premier League

The 2015/16 season was one to remember and with Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola going head to head in Manchester, plus Jurgen Klopp, Mauricio Pochettino, Antonio Conte and of course Claudio Ranieri all vying to win the Premier League title, the 2016/17 season could be even better.

The Premier League winner odds will be every changing and we’ll keep you updated with these changes on Twitter @thatsagoal. Last season Leicester won the league at odds of 5,000/1 and it went down as one of the most difficult to predict bets ever. We’ll be keeping an eye on the Premier League results to ensure we’re on top of the form for our future weekend Premier League predictions and betting tips.

 

Premier League Predictions

Keep up to date with all of our Premier League predictions by following this section of Thatsagoal and get our totally free tips for every single Barclays Premier League fixture. It’s sure to be a season to remember and we’ll be with you every step of the way to help with your bets.

 

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Could Hull City be on the verge of ‘doing a Leicester’ this season?

Could Hull City be on the verge of ‘doing a Leicester’ this season?

Despite famously beginning the 2016/17 Premier League campaign with only thirteen fit senior players available and no permanent manager for the determined Tigers faithful to call their own right in the here and now – Hull City’s impressively efficient start to the new season has certainly taken many fans of the English top-flight by total surprise.  

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Diego Costa: Still the one we love to hate?

Diego Costa: Still the Chelsea striker we all love to hate?

Diego Costa. You either love the Brazilian-born Spanish international for his constant ferocity and shows of pure determination inside the final third, or you've seemingly had enough of the 27-year-old striker’s often transgressive attitude in and amongst opposing defenders – and would potentially even like to see the controversial front-man kicked out of the Premier League

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