We will bring you Premier League predictions, match previews and betting tips for every match of the 2019/20 season. You will find all our Premier League betting tips on this page and every weekend there will be score predictions for every single match.
As well as individual tips, look out for our Premier League accumulator tips, combining the best Premier League betting tips into one mega-bet.
Get all of this week’s Premier League predictions and betting tips on the link above. There you will find previews of all the upcoming matches that are not on TV, as well as advised bets for each game.
All of our Premier League match previews include a correct score prediction, so if that’s what you like to bet on, you can see all the selections now.
Every Saturday you will find our free Premier League predictions and betting tips for every match on this page. There will also be a Saturday afternoon accumulator and a correct score prediction from every Premier League match.
During the week, our team of tipsters will look ahead to the weekend fixtures and start piecing together the Premier League tips for Saturday’s games, including the 13.30pm kick-off, 5.30pm kick-off and all of the 3pm fixtures. Each match will contain two selections and there will be reasons for each pick.
It is totally up to you how you bet on our predictions for Saturday’s Premier League matches but there will always be the chance to put the shorter odds bets into an accumulator, and maybe bet on some of the correct scores in a big odds double or treble. When the matches are on TV, you could also just bet on the single correct score prediction for that game, just to boost the entertainment value for the match.
As well as our tipsters providing today’s Premier League betting tips – we like to help you out with some advice on how to best bet on the Premier League. We can provide you with the analysis and stats ready for the bets, but there are always some pointers to look out for when looking at our Premier League tips.
Always take into account injuries and suspensions – some teams will struggle more than others when their big players are injured. For example, Kevin De Bruyne’s injury didn’t seem to bother Manchester City too much, but if somebody like Wilfried Zaha gets an injury for Crystal Palace, the team struggle.
Have the team played in Europe during the week? – There is always the question whether Europa League matches on a Thursday impact a teams performance when they play on a Sunday in their Premier League fixture. This season it is Arsenal and Chelsea who are in the Europa League so they should have squads big enough to cope with the demands, however, some Burnley fans are pointing to their early start to the season in that competition as the reason why they’ve been so poor so far.
What it the teams home and away form like? – It is all well and good analysing the form of a Premier League team, but to take this one step further, our Premier League tipsters always recommend looking at the form split into home and away. A team might be really strong at home but terrible away – so you’d look to only bet on them when they play at home. This also applies to the rule that if one of the top teams travel to a lower placed team with a good record, think twice about backing the higher placed team in your bets. The perfect example of this was Manchester United travelling to West Ham and losing 3-1.
Will Man City retain their Premier League title?
Can Manchester City win the Premier League title again? Liverpool look set to chase them all the way once again but the quality of the Manchester City squad might just be enough to see them over the line once again,
Last season Liverpool pushed City all the way to the end of the season and it was only on the last day that the Premier League winners were confirmed. Liverpool were lucky with very few injuries last season and having not strengthened the squad (so far) this summer, an injury to Mo Salah, Saido Mane or Virgil Van Dijk would put a big hole in their title challenge.
The Champions League will once again provide a distraction for both teams and Manchester City and Pep Guardiola will be desperate to win the trophy. It was Liverpool who triumphed in Madrid last season and that didn’t seem to hinder their title charge at all.
Rodri arriving from Atleico Madrid will provide much-needed cover for the ageing Fernandinho but Vincent Kompany has not been replaced and that could be a sign of weakness that Liverpool can capitalise on.
However, for our Premier League winner prediction in the 2019/20 season, we have to side with Manchester City once again. The best bet, however, would be to bet on Manchester City to win the Premier League and Liverpool to come second. You’ll get 13/10 with Bet Victor for this outcome.
It looks almost certain that Manchester City and Liverpool will fill two of the top 4 places, and then there will be three or four teams battling it out for the final places.
Tottenham are always a consistent side and with Harry Kane upfront, they will always score goals. They do miss him if he is ever injured but the England striker is always there or thereabout in the top goalscorer tables so keeping him fit should mean a top 4 place for Mauricio Pochettino and Spurs. Christian Eriksen is another key player for them and they’ve strengthened well with club-record signing Tanguy Ndombele providing a pivot in the midfield. The apparent weakness compared to last season of Chelsea with the loss of Hazard and their transfer ban, plus the Arsenal defence and troubles at Manchester United mean Spurs should be nailed on for a top-four finish, and it would be a surprise to see them finish outside of the top three.
It could be worth having a bet on Arsenal to finish in the top four this season. The Gunners have added big money signing Pepe to their ranks, giving them one of the best attacking line-ups in the country, and if Unai Emery would strengthen the defence, they’d be almost sure of a Champions League place in our eyes.
It remains to be seen how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does with a new generation of Manchester United players including Dan James, Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan Bissaka and young striker Mason Greenwood. They still have a lot of deadwood in their squad though and Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku want out of the club but have nowhere to go as things stand. The same can be said for Chelsea, under a transfer ban and with Frank Lampard in charge, we just do not know how they will perform without Eden Hazard but it is hard to fancy them for a top-four finish given the lack of world-class players now at that club. Tammy Abraham and Ross Barkley will be given chances to impress but Arsenal’s strikeforce should see them into the final Champions League spot.
As one team plays for the title, three will ultimately face the drop. Huddersfield, Cardiff and Fulham went down last term, all three having only recently been promoted.
The likes of Norwich, Sheffield United and Aston Villa will be among the favourites to go straight back down this term, while the likes of Brighton, Burnley and Newcastle will also be looking over their shoulder.
Ladbrokes are pricing Sheffield United as favourites to go down and that looks the most assured selection for relegation predictions. Norwich could also be in trouble if their surprise Championship top goalscorer Teemu Pukki cannot reproduce that form in the top flight. He scored 29 goals in the Championship last season to guide Norwich to 94 points – a remarkable return from a side who were 25/1 to win the title 12 months ago. However, the Premier League could be a step too far for this side and they might find it tough against world-class opposition week in week out. At Evens with Paddy Power, Norwich could be the best Premier League relegation betting tip for the 2019/20 season.
The other side we’ll be betting on to be relegated are Brighton. After surviving by the skin of their teeth last season, Chris Hughton was dismissed and Graham Potter has been given the job. Big money signing Adam Webster has arrived to sure up the defence but it is at the other end of the pitch where Brighton will struggle. Glen Murray isn’t getting any younger and his early-season goals dried up at the turn of the year, with Brighton winning just two matches in 2019. Potter’s possession football could come unstuck with this group of players, in this league, so at 2/1 with William Hill, we’re backing Brighton to be relegated.
Norwich to be relegated – Evens with Paddy Power.
Brighton to be relegated – 2/1 with William Hill.
Sheffield Untied, Norwich and Brighton all to be relegated – 18/1 with bet365.
Of course, before you can place your Premier League bets, you need to know where to play.
Every online bookmaker will offer Premier League betting odds with the likes of William Hill and bet365 having a wide range of markets available. Keep things simpe when betting on the Premier League score predictions and use our handy guide above to what to bet on using the betting tips for the Premier League this weekend.
Within all our Premier League match previews we’ll bring you the best bookmaker for the market, meaning you’ll always receive the very best odds. This will include free bets to use on the top flight and also any offers or promotions bookmakers are offering such as a money-back special, refund if your bet loses or simply a free bet.
It’s always great to place some of your more outside bets with a free bet and there are dozens available to use when betting on the Premier League.