2019-20 Premier League Betting - English League Winner Odds

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2019-20 English Premier League Betting Odds

English Premier League Betting

The Premier League is beloved by fans across the world. England is considered to have one of the richest soccer histories, and with that comes generations of supporters. Families live and die with their clubs, making matches here some of the most passionate that you find anywhere in the world.

England is considered by many to have the second-best domestic league in the world, only behind Spain’s La Liga. English teams have combined to win 13 Champions League titles, just ahead of Italy as the country with the second-most championships. Liverpool has won the most Champions League titles of any team in England. The Reds have reigned supreme six times over their history, and Liverpool knocked off Tottenham Hotspur for the crown last season.

Manchester United has won three Champions League titles, the second-most of all the English teams. Chelsea is the only other team currently in the Premier League to have won a Champions League crown, beating Bayern Munich in penalties back in 2012. Two clubs that are currently not in the Premier League are responsible for England’s two other Champions League titles with Nottingham Forest grabbing two and Aston Villa claiming one.

Although the Premier League has only been in existence for a quarter-century, there has been top-flight football in England since 1888. For over 100 years, the English Football League was where the top teams in England played until the foundation of the Premier League in 1992. The original iteration of the Premier League had 22 teams, but subsequent years have seen only 20 teams in the top tier of English football.

Manchester United has dominated the Premier League since its inception. England’s most popular club has won 13 Premier League titles, but it has been six years since the Red Devils last hoisted the EPL Trophy. Chelsea has seen its fortunes change since Roman Abramovich purchased the club, winning five Premier League championships over the past 15 years. Manchester City is now at four titles after grabbing their fourth this decade, with Arsenal behind them at three championships. Blackburn Rovers and Leicester City have proven that even the smaller clubs in England have a chance to win it all by unexpectedly grabbing a championship.

2019-20 English Premier League Clubs

Arsenal London Emirates Stadium
Aston Villa Birmingham Villa Park
Bournemouth Bournemouth Vitality Stadium
Brighton & Hove Albion Brighton American Express Community Stadium
Burnley Burnley Turf Moor
Chelsea London Stamford Bridge
Crystal Palace London Selhurst Park
Everton Liverpool Goodison Park
Leicester City Leicester King Power Stadium
Liverpool Liverpool Anfield
Manchester City Manchester Etihad Stadium
Manchester United Stretford Old Trafford
Newcastle United Newcastle upon Tyne St James' Park
Norwich City Norwich Carrow Road
Sheffield United Sheffield Bramall Lane
Southampton Southampton St Mary's Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur London Wembley Stadium
Watford Watford Vicarage Road
West Ham United London Boleyn Ground
Wolverhampton Wanderers Wolverhampton Molineux Stadium

Past Premier League Winners

2018-2019 Manchester City F.C.
2017-2018 Manchester City F.C.
2016-2017 Chelsea F.C.
2015-2016 Leicester City F.C.
2014-2015 Chelsea F.C.
2013-2014 Manchester City F.C.
2012-2013 Manchester United F.C.
2011-2012 Manchester City F.C.
2010-2011 Manchester United F.C.
2009-2010 Chelsea F.C.
2008-2009 Manchester United F.C.
2007-2008 Manchester United F.C.
2006-2007 Manchester United F.C.
2005-2006 Chelsea F.C.
2004-2005 Chelsea F.C.
2003-2004 Chelsea F.C.
2002-2003 Manchester United F.C.
2001-2002 Arsenal F.C.
2000-2001 Manchester United F.C.
Full List
1999-2000 Manchester United F.C.
1998-1999 Manchester United F.C.
1997-1998 Arsenal F.C.
1996-1997 Manchester United F.C.
1995-1996 Manchester United F.C.
1994-1995 Blackburn Rovers
1993-1994 Manchester United F.C.
1992-1993 Manchester United F.C.

2019-2020 will mark the 28th season of the Premier League. Manchester City are the reigning champions and their title race with Liverpool was the greatest we’ve seen in the short history of the league. The two juggernauts were neck and neck all year, but the Citizens were able to nip the Reds by a single point at season’s end.

Cardiff City, Fulham, and Huddersfield Town were relegated at the end of last season, and the three clubs will spend this season in Championship. It was a one-year stay in the Premier League for both Cardiff City and Fulham, while the Terriers dropped after one of the worst seasons we’ve seen from a team in the top flight.

Aston Villa, Norwich City, and Sheffield United have been promoted from Championship and are the newcomers to the Premier League this season. Villa had been in the Premier League from its inception before its drop in 2016, and the Claret and Blue are expected to survive after finally making it back. Norwich City have been in the Premier League a few times, but have never lasted more than three seasons, while Sheffield United are back for the first time in 13 seasons.

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