Betting on the Premier League is big business these days. Most Saturday afternoon accumulator bets are placed on the Premier League, and with global names such as Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham regularly fighting it out for the title, it’s not hard to see why.
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The Premier League is one of the most high profile leagues in the world, and as a result of this bookmakers offer a whole host of new customer offers on weekly fixtures, mainly in the form of enhanced odds offers. Most football betting systems are also based on the Premier League, such as Acca Insurance offers, Pre Match Trading and Assured Soccer Profits.
The Premier League has 20 teams in it, with all 20 playing each other home and away. In total, every team plays 38 matches in a season.
For a win you get 3 points, a defeat you get zero points, and if the match ends in a draw, both teams get a point each. As the end of the season, the team with the most points tops the Premier League table and is declared the league winner, and it is this team that the bookmakers pay out on as the bet winner.
The top 4 teams qualify for the Champions League, and 5th place goes into the Europa League. At the end of the season the bottom 3 teams are relegated down to the Championship, with 3 Championship teams coming into the Premier League the following season to replace them.
As well as placing bets on who might win the Premier League outright, other popular betting markets are Next Manager To Leave His Post Betting (also known as the sack race), Premier League Top Goalscorer Betting, to Finish In The Top 4 Betting (and qualify for the Champions League), To Be Relegated Betting, and to Finish Bottom.
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