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The Premier League is the highest professional league in England. It is considered to be one of the best domestic football leagues in the world. People all over the globe know about great teams such as Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and current Premier League champions Liverpool. Top players such as Mohamed Salah, Paul Pogba, Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane all play in this league. There are the cream of the managerial talent too with Klopp, Guardiola and Mourinho to name just three. This is an exciting league to watch and to bet on too. Our team of betting experts will be on hand all season to give you their opinions on who will win the top games.

As for the format of the league, 20 of the best teams in England The team that finishes at the top of the table, while the top 4 finishers receive automatic qualifying for the Champions League. Behind them, the two sides that finish in fifth and sixth qualify for the Europa League, while the bottom three finishers are relegated to the Championship . All in all, this is a lot at stake each season - which is why this is so popular among sports bettors.

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What you need to know before betting on the Premier League is that the competition is simply one of the most spectacular in the world. Known for its attacking football and big-name stars, Statistics are so important when you make your selections in this and any other league. Our team of betting experts spend hours looking up the most important statistics and using them to determine the best bets for you to make. Here are ten key Premier League statistics.

  1. The 380 Premier League games played last season saw 1034 goals scored, that's an average of 2.72 goals a game.
  2. 52% of games that were played had over 2.5 goals scored in them.
  3. It was over 50% for both teams scoring in a game. 51% of matches saw both teams get on the scoresheet.
  4. The most common final score in the Premier League last season was a 1-1 draw. That happened 49 times.
  5. As for the half-time score, 103 games were goalless at the break. only 46 games had over 2.5 goals scored in the first half.
  6. 54.1% of goals were scored in the second half.
  7. 21.6% of goals scored in the Premier League last season happened from the 76th minute onwards.
  8. James Vardy of Leicester City was the top goal scorer in the Premier League last season with 23 scored.
  9. Wolverhampton Wanderers only scored 17 league goals in the first half of games last season, but managed 37 in the second half.
  10. Manchester City kept 17 clean sheets in the Premier League last season.

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Manchester City failed to win the title for the third season in a row. Instead, it was Liverpool who won the Premier League for the first time in their history. They won the title by 18 points, though for a lot of the season it was over the 20 point mark. Liverpool and Manchester City have dominated the Premier League for the past two seasons. Teams such as Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham will be hoping to get a lot closer this time around. Dont' discount Leicester City or Arsenal either.

The relegation battle is going to be a tense one as it often is. West Bromwich Albion and Fulham already look likely strugglers and an immediate return to the Championship is possible. West Ham will look to improve and Aston Villa will want to avoid needing points late in the season to stay up.


Winner:  Liverpool, winning their first Premier League title and by an 18-point margin.

European Football: Liverpool will be joined in the Champions League group stages by Manchester City, third-placed Manchester United and Chelsea who finished fourth. Leicester City and Tottenham go into the Europa League. Arsenal only finished eighth but won the FA Cup to qualify for the Europa League.

Relegated: Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City all lost their Premier League places.

Promoted: Promoted to the Premier League were Leeds United, West Bromwich Albion and Fulham.

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