Premiership Betting

Premiership Preview 2008/09 – A preview of the 2008/2009 Premier League season

July 3, 2008
Manchester United to win the Premiership again?

FOOTBALL – PREMIERSHIP 2008-09 SEASON PREVIEW The race for the Premiership title is likely to be lead by reigning champions and 2007-08 Champions’ League winners Manchester United. They are likely to be hotly pursued by Chelsea, last season’s runners-up in both competitions. Although on last season’s form they seem unlikely to challenge the top two for the title, neither Arsenal nor Liverpool can be dismissed from the title race. Certainly they must be well-fancied to challenge for the remaining two Champion’s League qualifying positions, at the very least. Contenders for the remaining European place, in the UEFA Cup are more […]

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Premiership Sack Race – Who will be the next Premier League Manager to lose their job?

July 1, 2008

This article was written in July 2008, however you can still bet on the next premier league manager to be sacked, as most bookies kleep this market open throughout the season (apart from when it is obvious that a sacking is minutes away). pullquote You can usually bet on the premiership sack race with Paddy Power. endpullquote As the days count down towards the start of the 2008/09 football season (we start to think of these things now Euro 2008 ended all of two days ago!), thoughts turn to the usual football betting markets: Who will win the Premiership?, Who […]

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Bet on the UK Premier League – Premiership Betting

June 23, 2008

BET ON THE UK PREMIER LEAGUE The ability to bet on the UK Premier League has proved extremely popular with football fans. It adds to the interest and adds an extra dimension to watching live games. Most fans find it difficult to resist a small financial interest in “their” team, before settling down to watch them (hopefully) prevail. As the popularity of betting on the Premiership has increased, so has the range of Premiership football betting odds and markets available with the online layers. The following seeks to provide an overview of the range of available opportunities to bet on […]

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Birmingham and Reading set for Relegation?

May 10, 2008

feedprem It’s all looking interesting at the wrong end of the Premiership table, as Birmingham City, Reading, Fulham and Bolton fight it out to avoid being the two clubs joining Derby in the Championship next season. Fulham and Bolton have strung some wins together recently to claw their way out of the drop zone. Indeed, it would take a severe fluke (or the hammering that Chelsea need to win the Premiership title) for Bolton to go down now, and that is reflected in their 200/1 odds to be relegated (Blue Square, Bet365 and 888sport). So leaving Bolton out of the […]

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Manchester United 1/6 Favourites to win the Premier League

May 10, 2008

Manchester United go into Sunday’s final round of Premiership games knowing that a win against Wigan Athletic will guarantee that Sir Alex Ferguson’s side will retain their Premier League Championship trophy for another season, regardless of how rivals Chelsea fare against Bolton Wanderers. Both United and Chelsea are level on points going into the final game, something that has not happened in 40 years, since United were beaten to the summit by rivals Manchester City on the final day. United’s goal difference is far superior to Chelsea’s though, so it would take a miracle for both teams to win an […]

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Premiership Betting Preview Saturday 3rd May

May 2, 2008

Aston Villa v Wigan With two matches to go in the 2007/08 Premiership season, it’s decision time for most clubs as they look to seal their fates. Both Villa and Wigan are currently enjoying four-match runs without tasting defeat, and victory at Villa Park would mean Villa jump above Everton into the UEFA Cup qualifying position (at least until Everton play at Arsenal on Sunday), whilst for Steve Bruce’s men, a win would guarantee Premiership football at the JJB Stadium for a third successive year. That could be easier said than done however, as Wigan have only won away from […]

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