English Premier League (EPL) 2020, Live Odds, Betting Lines and Spreads

English Premier League (EPL) Live Odds

EPL Live Odds

Arguably the best place to find top-level soccer players, the English Premier League is a one-of-a-kind soccer league in England. Similar to the MLS in America, the EPL has multiple betting opportunities for sports bettors. 

Instead of a championship at the end of the season to determine a winner, a point system is involved. Three points will be given to a team for a win, 1 point will be given for a draw, and no points awarded for a defeat. The team with the most points at the end of the season will be the winner of the Premier League. 

Below you will find the best ways to see EPL odds and to find bets to make. Each one will provide you a unique betting opportunity and something to add to your strategy. 

Moneyline 

The moneyline is a common bet that anyone can make, meaning people do this on a daily basis even without placing money on a team even in regular conversation. The moneyline bet is where you place a wager on the team you think will win.

Let us look at an example of EPL Vegas odds:

Arsenal:-165
Fulham:+459
Draw:+337

As you can see by the numbers, they tell us a few things. Arsenal is the favorite because they have a minus sign by their 165. This means you need to wager $165 in order to get $100 if they win. 

Looking at Fulham, they are the underdogs since they have a positive sign by their 459. Betting on Fulham, a $100 wager would net you $459 if they were to win. 

Since soccer games can end in a draw, you will also see additional moneyline Las Vegas EPL odds. By the example above, a $100 bet would net you $337. 

Futures

Think you can predict the future? That is exactly what this bet is all about as if the name did not give it away along with the EPL future odds.  

If you think, for example, that Manchester City will be able to have the most points by the end of the season and be EPL champions, then you can bet on this early. You can place a wager on them before the season even begins. 

These bets are sometimes volatile, as they tend to move a lot up and down as the season begins and once it works its way throughout the season. You also have the future betting option of wagering on an individual team to be relegated, which is the lowest-ranked survivor of the league points system. 

Match Bets

There are a handful of match bets that each have their own special events in place. You most likely will find these categories under EPL goal odds too. Below are the most common types of match bets and their example of EPL match odds:

Over/Under: This bet refers to the total number of goals scored in a game. For instance, two teams playing might have a total score bet of 2.5. This means both teams together must score a total of three goals to win the “over” bet. The “under” bet would be wagering them to score less than two goals. 

Both teams to score (BTTS): This popular match bet is an accumulation of bets. So you might also see this bet referred to as accumulator bets. This bet is not uncommon to have bettors wager on five or more matches for both teams to score. 

Halftime and Full time: Bettors can wager on the result at the end of the first half and the end of the game. 

First, last and anytime scorer: This bet can be an individual or a team bet. Wagering on an individual is much more difficult since you would need to pick between several players. 

Goal times: If you think you can predict when a player will score in a specific time frame, there is a bet for that. Your options for goal times are as follows:

  • Halves (1-45 or 46-90+ minutes)
  • Thirds (1-30, 31-60, 61-90+)
  • Sixths (1-15, 16-30, etc.)
  • Ninths (1-10, 11-20, etc.)

Live Betting 

Some of these bets under live betting also fall under propositional bets. Prop bets are ones that do not directly affect an outcome but are events that can happen. 

For example, with live betting, you will be able to place a wager on outcomes that are occurring in real-time. The following examples of live bets are:

  • Next scorer
  • First team to score
  • Next player to be carded
  • Last goalscorer

These really could become endless. As with any opportunity to make a move in the game, there is most likely a bet for it.

EPL Odds FAQs

How many games are in the EPL season?
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There are a total of 38 games in the regular season of EPL. So 20 teams will have to play 19 home and 19 away games. This provides a lot of betting opportunities and a handful of options to test out your strategy. 

How can I put my EPL strategy to the test?
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After doing your research, you can find the EPL odds for an event that you are interested in. Take notes of what you think will happen without betting on the event. After it is over, check back to see how you did and what you could work on going forward. This way, you are not out of any money, and you can find a bet that is right for you. 

What is the easiest EPL bet to make?
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The most understood bet to make would be the moneyline bet. This is because everyone can relate to picking a winner between 2 teams. However, your odds are slightly different here because you have three options instead of 2 for the outcome of the game. 

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