Whether you're an EPL expert or just a keen bettor, you've probably placed a few wagers on the beautiful game. You might have a favourite sportsbook you use religiously, or you might go to a different bookie each time. But how do you know you got the best betting odds for your bet?
Well, this is where we come in.
Here at Best Sports Odds, we take all the latest premier league betting odds from the top bookies and compare them in an easy-to-read format to show you which sportsbook will give you the most bang for your buck. When you use our service, you can place your wagers on your favourite team or player knowing you've got the best odds in the market.
Let's see how our site can help you place wagers with confidence, and how you can use it to find the best odds offered for English Premier League betting.
EPL Moneyline Bet
The moneyline bet is perhaps the most popular soccer bet made in every market around the world. It is the simplest choice with premier league odds, where the line simply offers the odds to win the game. You'll find this option on every online betting site.
This is the perfect wager for beginners and experts alike. If you really know you're football, it can be a great way to beat the odds, and if you're looking for something basic then it doesn't get more simple than the moneyline in sports betting.
At BestSportsOdds, you simply need to head to the home page or the EPL page, and select 'moneyline' from the drop down menu in the top left of the odds comparison table.
Here's the comparison for the best EPL odds this week:
Let's say you wanted to bet on Arsenal and you wanted to make a $1000 wager.
If you placed this bet at FanDuel, you would receive a payout of $1,344.83.
Whereas, if you placed the same bet at BetRivers, you would receive a payout of $1,400.
So, if you hadn't check our odds comparison tool, you could easily miss out on $55.17 in profit, on just one bet!
EPL Moneyline Parlay
Now, let's say you wanted to place a parlay bet, and combine the odds for multiple games to receive a bigger payout.
If you're not familiar with parlay bets, check out our full breakdown here.
Let's take all the underdogs for this example. So, your parlay bet would be on the following 4 outcomes:
Newcastle United beat Manchester City. Leeds United beat Chelsea. Bournemouth beat Arsenal. West Ham United beat Brighton and Hove Albion.
If you placed a $1000 parlay with the worst odds, your payout would be: $28,950.
If you placed a $1000 with the best odds, your payout would be: $31,300.
That's a whopping $2350 difference, on just a 4-leg parlay...
If you're not a fan of the moneyline bet, you may want to wager on the total points/goals. To select this option in our comparison tool, simply toggle the drop-down menu in the top left corner and change the bet-type to Totals.
This is simply a bet on how many goals will be scored in any given Premier League game. There will always be a line provided, where you will bet over or under the line. In this case, it is 2.5 goals. Most sportsbooks will have the same line, but in rare cases the line may vary.
In this instance, let's say you believe Manchester United are going to beat Liverpool by 3 goals - you'll therefore want to bet the over. This happens to be the favourite in the sportsbooks.
If you bet $1000 on over 2.5 goals in this game you could get two very different payouts, depending on which bookie you use...
If you take the bet at Coral, with odds of -164, your payout would be $1,609.76.
If you take the same bet at Unibet, with odds of -148, your payout would be $1,675.68.
That's a difference of $65.92 or roughly 6% of your wagered amount for just one bet. It may not sound like much, but if you lose 6% on every single bet you make, the total profits lost would be huge! And all it takes to avoid this, is checking our odds comparison tool for the best premier league odds.
If you're not a fan of English soccer, Best Sports Odds also compares odds for major events like the World Cup and will soon have a comparison tool for every major league around the world, plus tournaments like the Champions League.