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After the international break it’s back to the serious business of the Premier League, with some mouth-watering matchups in store. Here are three of the highlights:
Everton vs West Ham – Saturday 12.30 PM
After the massive investment made by their new owners, many were expecting Everton to challenge for a place in Europe this season, maybe even a top-four finish. Instead, after eight games they find themselves in 18th position. The Toffees have lost four straight, and defeat at home will pile even more pressure on beleaguered boss Marco Silva.
Ironically, West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini was in a similar position to Silva for much of last season, and some thought him lucky to keep his job. Thus far that decision has looked inspired – West Ham are eighth in the table and playing some great football. In between an opening day 5-0 home hammering by Man City and a 2-1 defeat against high-flying Crystal Palace, the Hammers have taken 12 points, the highlight being their comfortable 2-0 win over Manchester United.
With Everton lacking any kind of confidence and West Ham unbeaten on the road, this match look guaranteed to be both entertaining and full of goals.
Crystal Palace vs Man City – Saturday 5.30 PM
Second place City suffered a shock 2-0 home defeat against Wolves last time out – surely one of Pep Guardiola’s most humiliating afternoons ever in his trophy-laden managerial career. That meant his team were now seven points behind runaway leaders Liverpool, who continued their 100% start to the season with a late winner against Leicester. That’s now eight straight victories, just three behind Spurs’ 1961 record of eleven.
Now City travel to sixth-placed Crystal Palace, who are hot-off back-to-back wins over Norwich and West Ham, and full of confidence. Can Palace take advantage of a City side somewhat lacking in their usual iron-clad self-belief, or will they suffer the full wrath of Guardiola, who has already seen his team score eight goals in a game this season?
Man Utd vs Liverpool – Sunday 4.30 PM
Despite the fact that they are the two most successful clubs in English football history, it’s been quite a while since a fixture between Manchester United and Liverpool carried so much early-season intrigue: can United – deservedly 12th in the table after their worst start in 30 years – do the unthinkable and end league leaders Liverpool’s incredible eight-match winning start to the season?
Will Liverpool humiliate United in front of 70,000 fans at Old Trafford, and bring about the end of the short-lived reign of United legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?
One thing’s for the certain, the sheer amount of talent on the field will add up to one of the richest fixtures in Premier League history, with the combined worth of Man Utd and Liverpool approaching an estimated £1.7 billion.
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Premier League Betting Offers for Existing Customers
Bookmakers will have money back specials and enhancements for their existing customers. There tends to be a few bookmakers that run offers most weekends; this includes Paddy Power, Betway and William Hill.
Outside of these three, there are sometimes offers from other bookmakers. This article is updated for each weekend of Premier League action.
Football Offers for This Weekend
Paddy Power came back with the money back special and Betway has an early payout offer. Both of them are available for the Man Utd – Liverpool match.
Man Utd vs Liverpool – Sunday, 20th October
Get money back on losing bets if Liverpool beat Manchester United.
This will be paid as a free bet, up to £10 per customer. Applies to losing singles placed pre-match markets.
Man Utd vs Liverpool – Sunday, 20th October
Bet £5+ on a team to win, and if they score the first goal then Betway will pay out as a winner, even if they go on to either lose or draw.
There is a maximum qualifying stake of £20.
Offers Available Throughout the Season
Here are offers that are available for all Premier League matches, throughout the entire season.
- Double Winnings If a Penalty Is Scored
Get double winnings on first goalscorer and correct score bets, when a penalty is scored at any time. You must opt-in to receive this offer. Available for all Premier League matches, and select matches broadcasted live in the UK.
Additional winnings are paid as a free bet, up to £500 per customer.
- Get Paid out Early If Your Team Goes 2 Goals Up
Paddy Power will pay you as a winner straight away if your team goes 2 goals up at any stage in a game.
This is available for all Premier League matches this season.
- Free £10 Bet Every Week When You Bet £25 on the Premier League
Betway will give free bets to those frequently betting on the Premier League. If you bet £25 on football accumulators, then you’ll receive a £10 free bet, and this can be done on a weekly basis.
- Free £10 Bet Every Week When You Bet £50
Similar to Betway, Paddy Power has its ‘Paddy’s Reward Club’ program, which awards you £10 each week. If you bet £10 five times weekly on the Premier League, then you will receive a £10 free bet.
- 1 x £5 Free Bet When You Bet £25 During the Week
Coral has their ‘Bet and Get’ Club which provides you a £5 free bet when you bet £25 on the Premier League.
- Extra Winnings If Your First Goalscorer Gets a Second or Third Goal
For all Premier League games, If your player scores the first goal of the match, then goes on to score another, Betfred will double your first goalscorer price. If the player then goes on to score a hat-trick, Betfred will then treble the odds.
- Money Back If the Game Ends 0–0
Bet £5+ and if the game ends 0-0, then 10Bet will refund losing stakes up to £10 as a free bet.
Applies to exact Score, goalscorer (first, last or anytime) markets only.
Best Premier League Accumulator Offers
It makes a difference where you place your bets because some betting sites will offer you insurance (i.e. if one selection doesn’t come in, you will get your money back) and others will offer a bonus (get extra winnings based on the number of selections).
- Best for bonuses – bet365. You can earn a bonus of up to 100% if you place accumulators on the Premier League, Serie A, Primera Liga, Bundesliga 1 or Champions League.
- Best for insurance – Paddy Power. Needing only four selections, and offering a refund up to £10, Paddy Power has a fantastic acca insurance offer.
Each bookmaker generally has their own bonus or insurance offer, with slight variations. My Betting Sites as gone through all bookmakers and compared their accumulator offers. For our detailed blog post, see our dedicated football accumulator article.
Competitions You Can Enter For Free
This year there are two competitions with free entry.
- 4 to Score – Each week pick the first goalscorer in four matches. It’s not won frequently, but with a rolling jackpot, the prizes can grow to become very significant.
- Correct4 – This is a new competition from Coral for the 2019/20 season. It’s free to play, and if you answer the questions correctly, you can earn up to £50 in cash. If you get two or three of the four correct, and you’ll bag yourself a free bet.
There are a couple of others of interest, that do require a bet which can be found in our loyalty scheme/ competition blog post.
Outright Winner Premier League Odds
These odds are accurate at the time of publishing, are from bet365 and are subject to change.
Man City are the strong favourites to win the Premier League again. At 1.50, this gives an implied probability of 67% that they will do so.
Odds Before the Season Started:
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Premier League Relegation Odds
It’s always tough for new teams being promoted to stay up, and Sheffield Utd are the bookies’ favourites to go straight back down.
Odds Before the Season Started:
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