The Premier League 2018-2019 is the nineteenth Premier League to be contested beginning on 14 August 2018 and concluding on 22 May 2019. Chelsea are the defending champions after dethroning Manchester United who had won the title in the three previous years, Blackpool are the only Premier League virgins after they won promotion via The Championship play-offs and Tottenham are looking to build on last year’s success after they broke into the top four and earned a Champions League spot.
Premier League Relegation Betting 2018-2019
Portsmouth, Hull and Burnley were replaced by Newcastle, West Bromwich Albion and Blackpool in the Premier League this season and the bookmakers made all three strong Premier League Relegation Betting 2018-2019 contenders from the offset. Both the Magpie and the Baggies, since Roy Hodgson's arrival, have pulled clear of the relegation zone but Blackpool's season is turning out to be a near carbon copy of Burnley's last season.
West Brom were, until recently, strong betting favourites to be relegated from their revival means that it is now Blackpool, Birmingham, Wigan and Wolves who are all now favoured for the drop by the bookmakers. West Ham were relegated on the penultimate weekend of the Premier League season following defeat to Wigan.
Premier League Winner Betting 2018-2019
Defending champions Chelsea began the season as the Premier League Betting 2010-2011 favourites and consolidated that tag when getting off to an emphatic start to the season before tailing off in the lead up to Christmas. Manchester United began the season as second favourites in the Premier League Winner Betting 2018-2019 and were crowned champions when picking up a point in a 1-1 draw at Ewood Park on Saturday 14 May.
Chelsea and Manchester United have dominated the Premier League Betting for a number of years now but going into this season we had a new kid on the block. Manchester City’s unrestricted wealth has allowed them to attract a plethora of top class players and they are now considered to be serious challengers to the league's big boys, expect their Premier League betting odds to shorten year on year.
It is now six seasons since Arsene Wenger concocted a winning formula in the Premier League and although they came close last season injuries coupled with a lack of experience ultimately proved to be their downfall. They have clung to the coat tails of Manchester United throughout this season but once again faltered at the business end of the campaign.
PREMIER LEAGUE TOP FOUR BETTING 2018-2019
With a place in the Champions League on offer to those who finish in the top four of the Premier League a fourth place finish bares great rewards to the team who achieve it. After Tottenham broke the ‘big four’ monopoly on the Champions League places last season this season looks like it willbe another straight shootout between Spurs and Manchester City for that lucrative place in Europe’s elite competition.
At the beginning of the season the bookmakers suggested that Chelsea and Manchester United were guaranteed a top four finish by making them extremely short prices in the Premier League Top Four Betting. However, the betting suggested a tightly run race between Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham for the remaining two places with Everton and Aston Vila given outside chance of reaching the promised land of the Champions League.