English Premier League Betting Guide
The Premier League is now over 20 years old and is the most lucrative league in world football with teams collectively pocketing in excess of £2 billion a season. Since the league was restructured in 1992, Man United have dominated the competition, winning 12 titles.
United’s grip on Premier League dominance has been broken by arch rivals Man City who have benefited from huge foreign investment in recent seasons. A dramatic final day victory for City saw them claim their first top flight title for 44 years. Chelsea and Arsenal have three titles each, and Blackburn Rovers with a single title are the only other teams to have won the Premier League. Punting opportunities are vast, but if you’re undecided and need a nudge in the right direction why not check out ‘Arry Allsports’ free Premier League Tips!
The Likely Contenders There was a time when quite a few teams could challenge for the title and the top 4 spots, going back as far as Blackburn, Newcastle, Leeds to name but a few. These days however, it really all is down to money, and if you have it you can challenge, but if you don’t it’s an uphill battle for sure. Man Utd usually head the outright betting but this time around they are second fiddle to City who are as short as even money to retain their title in the 2012/13 season. Chelsea who are 3rd favourites will be hoping to make more of an impact, having finished last season on a high when winning the Champions League. Then we have North London neighbours Arsenal and Tottenham. Both teams are more than capable of serving up a delightful brand of football but suspect in defence and guilty of not winning games they should.