England Premier League

We cover the following markets – Match Betting, Under/ Over Goals, Correct Scores, First Goal Scorers, Double Chance, Draw no Bet, Both Teams to Score and Half Time markets and Asian Handicaps. Please click on your required match to go to a higher level of detail with our fantastic Premier League odds comparison service.

Premier League

24th February 2018

Game 1 X 2
Bournemouth vs Newcastle 15:00
Brighton vs Swansea 15:00
Burnley vs Southampton 15:00
Leicester City vs Stoke City 12:30
Liverpool vs West Ham 15:00
Watford vs Everton 17:30
West Bromwich vs Huddersfield 15:00

25th February 2018

Game 1 X 2
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham 12:00
Manchester Utd vs Chelsea 14:05

1st March 2018

Game 1 X 2
Arsenal vs Man City 19:45

3rd March 2018

Game 1 X 2
Burnley vs Everton 12:30
Leicester City vs Bournemouth 15:00
Liverpool vs Newcastle 17:30
Southampton vs Stoke City 15:00
Swansea vs West Ham 15:00
Tottenham vs Huddersfield 15:00
Watford vs West Bromwich 15:00

4th March 2018

Game 1 X 2
Brighton vs Arsenal 13:30
Man City vs Chelsea 16:00

5th March 2018

Game 1 X 2
Crystal Palace vs Manchester Utd 20:00

All odds were last updated on 2018-02-22 23:59:38 and are subject to change.

 

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The top four teams in the Premier League qualify for the UEFA Champions League, with the top three teams directly entering the group stage. Previously only the top two teams qualified automatically. The fourth-placed team enters the Champions League at the play-off round for non-champions and must win a two-legged knockout tie in order to enter the group stage.
The team placed fifth in the Premier League automatically qualifies for the UEFA Europa League, and the sixth and seventh-placed teams can also qualify, depending on the winners of the two domestic cup competitions i.e. the FA Cup and the EFL Cup. Two Europa League places are reserved for the winners of each tournament; if the winner of either the FA Cup or EFL Cup qualifies for the Champions League, then that place will go to the next-best placed finisher in the Premier League