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Sat, 8 Oct 2022

15:00 Bournemouth
5/2
Draw
12/5
Leicester
21/20
15:00 Chelsea
4/11
Draw
4/1
Wolverhampton
7/1
15:00 Man City
1/8
Draw
15/2
Southampton
18/1
15:00 Newcastle
3/4
Draw
11/4
Brentford
10/3
17:30 Brighton
9/5
Draw
12/5
Tottenham
3/2

Sun, 9 Oct 2022

14:00 Crystal Palace
11/10
Draw
5/2
Leeds
12/5
14:00 West Ham
8/11
Draw
14/5
Fulham
15/4
16:30 Arsenal
3/2
Draw
13/5
Liverpool
31/20
19:00 Everton
11/4
Draw
12/5
Man Utd
19/20

Mon, 10 Oct 2022

20:00 Nottm Forest
23/10
Draw
23/10
Aston Villa
6/5

The Premier League

The Premier League, known as The Premiership or The English Premier League, is England's top professional men's football league.

It was formed in 1992 when top-flight clubs broke away from the English Football League First Division to take advantage of the lucrative television rights deals. Its formation saw the break-up of the Football League that had been in existence for 104 years. 

The Premier League is a corporation in which all 20 teams with a place in the league are shareholders. 

Competition Format

The Premiership season runs from August to May, during which the 20 teams in the league play each other twice, at home and away. 3 points are awarded for a win, 1 for a draw and none for a loss. Teams are ranked within the league on their points, then goal difference, then goals scored. If there is a tie for relegation or qualification for other competitions at the end of the season, then a play-off match takes place at a neutral venue.

The top 4 teams in the Premier League qualify for a place in the UEFA Champions League, and the team in fifth place will qualify for the Europa League. There are potentially 2 other places available in the Europa League. If the winners of the FA Cup or the League Cup have already qualified for the Champions League, then that spot is given to the next highest placed team in the Premiership.

The three bottom-ranked teams in the Premier League are demoted to the Championship at the end of the season. The top two teams in the Championship are then promoted automatically, with a third promotion spot going to the team that wins a series of play-offs between the teams placed 3rd-6th.

Previous Winners

Since the creation of the Premier League, 49 clubs have competed, but there have only been 7 winning teams up to 2022. Manchester United have been the most successful club with 13 wins, followed by Manchester City with 6, Chelsea with 5, Arsenal with 3, then Blackburn Rovers, Liverpool and Leicester City with 1 each.

The "Big Four" of Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea dominated the league in the 2000s. All four top places in the league went to these teams for 5 out of 6 seasons between 2003-2009. There has been more movement recently, with other teams moving into the top spots. 

Increased revenues from television have seen a widening gap with lower leagues, and many leagues that obtain promotion from the Championship have struggled to avoid relegation the following season. There are only 3 seasons between 1992 and 2022 in which at least 1 promoted team has not been relegated. In the 1997-98 season, all 3 promoted teams were relegated at the end of the season. This makes placing bets on relegation for recently promoted teams popular.

Betting on the Premiership

With a potential audience of 4.7 billion, the Premiership is the most-watched football league in the world and is a hugely popular gambling opportunity. 

Outright bets can be placed on teams to win the league, as well as whether they will place in the top 4, top 6, or in the top or bottom half of the table. It is also popular to place bets on teams to finish in relegation position or bottom of the table.

The dominance of certain clubs within the league means that there is also the option to place bets on one of the "Big Four" finishing outside the top 4 positions.

Key Dates For 2022/23

  • Season Starts - 5th August 2022
  • Mid-Season Break - 14th November - 26th December
  • Season Ends - 28th May 2023