Football betting tips for the Premiership

The winner of the Premiership title is always one of the hardest bets to get right, but this season is set to be even more challenging than usual for football betting enthusiasts, as they grapple with the major changes affecting all three of the sides expected to be in the running for it. It is very hard to say how the two Manchester clubs and Chelsea will fare in the upcoming season, due to the managerial changes and the fact that the really big transfers have yet to take place, but how do the bookies rate them?

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There is not a huge amount to choose between the three in terms of odds for the title (as you would expect), but United are the current favourites on 9/4 to win it according to most betting online football sites. City and Chelsea have been given odds of 12/5 each, while Arsenal should also not be discounted at 12/1. Indeed these odds, coupled with their stability may make them a popular bet for some football betting fans skeptical of the ability of the other three to smoothly navigate all the disruption, but another alternative is to consider playing some of the football themed games to be found at an online casino.

You certainly won’t have a shortage of these games to choose between – including the ever-popular video slot Soccer Safari, found at mobile slots –  and the great thing about these games is that they are so cheap to play that even if you don’t win the big jackpot, you are not going to end up in the hole. For example Soccer Safari can be played using coins of just $0.01, which is not likely to bankrupt anyone – even in these recessionary times! Another reason these games should be considered a serious alternative to sports betting is that you can get them on your phone these days from mobile casino websites, meaning they are ultra-convenient to play from any location during the day.


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