Premier League Tips

Looking for Premier League betting tips for upcoming league games? Look no further! You are in the right place. Our team of expert tipsters offers some of the best analysis and well researched Premier League tips that you can get anywhere! A look at any of the upcoming tips will best capture the details and expertise that go into these betting tips.

But right below we start with an odds comparison with 1xBet, Betway and Bet9ja for the upcoming gameday. For each betting market and option the best odds will be shown. You can choose them, click on it and the tip will be directly added to the bookies betslip.

Apart from these well written betting tips, you will also benefit from our Livetipsportal betting index tips which cover not just the EPL but also the broad spectrum of other leagues from literally the length and breadth of the world. It is basically an in-house tool that analyses a vast set of data encompassing the two teams to arrive at betting tips supported by the data generated from the analysis.

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Premier League Betting Tips

Thanks to its highly competitive nature, the popularity of the leading teams in different parts of the world, the wide array of world-class players and coaches from all over the world and of course the excellent marketing by the FA, it should not come as any surprise that the English Premier League is by far the most popular league in the world.

Here at Live Tips Portal, we are very much in tune with the pulse of the footballing world and we cover all of the top matches in the English Premier League. We offer some of the best researched Premier League betting predictions absolutely free of charge.

Our Premier League experts have vast knowledge and experience covering the ins and outs of the EPL. As a result, they are able to write winning tips covering a wide range of betting markets including but not limited to 1X2, Over/Under, Corners, Bookings, Goalscorer, Halftime/Fulltime and many more. We additionally also delve into accumulator bets covering the EPL and offer insight on special long-term bets like forecasting the outright league winner/ golden boot winner or teams that are likely to face the hangman’s noose at the end of the season. To understand these markets in greater detail, we recommend you read our breakingdown of all the basic betting terms.



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When is your Premier League prediction posted?

Due to the popularity of the Premier League and nature of the sports betting markets, odds can fluctuate pretty quickly heading into the matchday. We therefore endevour to post our previews early to enable our users maximize on the early prices. Typically you can get the previews posted at least 48 hours to the kickoff time.

Because our betting previews are posted well in advance of the kickoff, you will get a chance to see some of the sure betting tips for tomorrow and place early bets on a weekend or weekday match.

Are you a fan of the second league too? – Then go on and use our well researched Championship predictions for your bets!

Premier League Betting Tips
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Structure of the Premier League

A normal English Premier League season runs from mid-August through to mid-May with a staggered fortnight winter break sometime in early February.

However, for this season 2022/23, there will be changes in the calendar to accommodate the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar in November.

The 2022/23 season will kick-off on the weekend of 5-7th August and take a mid-season break after 12-13th November round of fixtures. The league season will resume on 26th December, 2022.

The Premier League comprises 20 teams that play each other on a home and away basis across the season. This means each team plays 38 matches in total (19 at home and 19 away). At the end of the season, the team that accumulates the most aggregate points is declared Champions. The bottom three teams are relegated to the Championship and replaced by the top 3 teams from the Championship. For this 2022/23 season the three teams that earned promotion from the Championship are: Nottingham Forest, Fulham, and Bournemouth.

Other than the outright winner, the top 4 teams qualify for the UEFA Champions League, 5th and 6th play in the second tier Europa League, while the 7th placed team gets to participate in the Europa Conference League. Participating in these European competitions means the clubs get to make more revenues from the extra TV rights, ticket sales and endorsement. As a result, the competition for these places is usually intense particularly at the tail end of the season.

If any clubs finish with the same number of points, their position in the Premier League table is determined by goal difference, then the number of goals scored. If the teams still cannot be separated, they will be awarded the same position in the table.

The full list of the 20 teams taking part in the 2022/23 English Premier League is as follows (in alphabetical order): Arsenal, Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Brentford, Brighton & Hove Albion, Burnley, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Current Standing

POS TEAM PTS MP W D L GF GA GD
0
1
Arsenal FC
Arsenal FC
51 20 16 3 1 45 16 29
0
2
Manchester City
Manchester City FC
45 20 14 3 3 53 20 33
0
3
Newcastle United
Newcastle United FC
40 21 10 10 1 33 11 22
0
4
Manchester United
Manchester United FC
39 20 12 3 5 32 25 7
0
5
Tottenham
Tottenham Hotspur
36 21 11 3 7 40 31 9
0
6
Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton & Hove Albion FC
33 21 9 6 6 37 27 10
1
7
Liverpool FC
Liverpool FC
31 21 8 7 6 34 25 9
1
8
Brentford FC
Brentford FC
31 21 7 10 4 32 28 4
2
9
Fulham FC
Fulham FC
31 21 9 4 8 32 30 2
0
10
Chelsea FC
Chelsea FC
30 21 8 6 7 22 21 1
0
11
Aston Villa
Aston Villa FC
29 21 8 5 8 23 27 -4
0
12
Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace FC
25 21 6 7 8 18 27 -9
0
13
Nottingham Forest
Nottingham Forest FC
22 21 5 7 9 16 35 -19
0
14
Leicester City
Leicester City FC
19 21 5 4 12 28 35 -7
1
15
Leeds United
Leeds United FC
19 20 4 7 9 26 33 -7
2
16
West Ham United
West Ham United FC
19 21 5 4 12 17 25 -8
1
17
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Wolverhampton Wanderers FC
18 21 4 6 11 12 30 -18
1
18
AFC Bournemouth
AFC Bournemouth
18 21 4 6 11 19 42 -23
0
19
Everton FC
Everton FC
16 21 3 7 11 15 28 -13
0
20
Southampton FC
Southampton FC
16 21 4 4 13 17 35 -18

Premier League History

In the early 1990s, English First Division clubs mulled with the idea of restructuring the league with a view to radically transform all the facets of the league and packaging and commercializing it for an international audience. The League would have commercial independence from the Football League and The FA, leaving it free to organise its own broadcast and sponsorship agreement.

This came to be in 1992 when the 22 First Division clubs resigned en masse and established the Premier League as a limited company. They struck a TV deal with BSKyB (Sky Sports parent company) and the inaugural Premier League campaign started on Saturday 15 August, 1992, with 22 clubs. The number was eventually trimmed down to 20 at the end of the 1994/95 season, to optimize talent development in the clubs and country.

Of the 22 original founding members, these six clubs have been ever-present in the Premier League: Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

Since the Premier League inception in 1992, we have had seven different winners: Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City and Liverpool. Manchester United have had the most success with 13 titles in the 29 seasons so far, followed by Manchester City with 6 titles and Chelsea 5 titles.

Premier League Broadcast Rights

This is the crux of the Premier League revenues. Sky Sports and BT Sports have been the primary broadcasters buy they were recently joined by Amazon Prime Video in the bidding wars. In the current deal, Sky Sports have 128 matches, BT Sports have 52 while the new kids on the block Amazon got 20. These broadcasters then resell the rights to others across the world. The FA also allocate a limited number of games directly to some free-to-air national broadcasters in countries of interest.

Interestingly, we also have some bookmakers that have livestream capabilities on their platforms and they offer some of these matches to their users. Read our review of the best football livestreams to find out which bookmakers offer this service.