English Premier League Odds: 2024-25 Futures Odds And More

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The English Premier League season has come to a close with Manchester City winning a fourth straight title after edging out Arsenal in the final weeks of the season.

Online sportsbooks have already released futures odds on the 2024-25 English Premier League season. Once again, Man City is the top favorite at -140. Arsenal (+240) is the next team on the odds board, followed by Liverpool (+900), Manchester United (+2500), and Chelsea (+2500).

Below, check out full EPL odds. You can also check out more soccer odds, including current Champions League odds.

English Premier League futures odds

Below are current odds to win the 2024-25 English Premier League.

2023-24 EPL results

Man City clinched a fourth consecutive EPL title in the final week of the season, beating West Ham to stay ahead of Arsenal. Liverpool and Aston Villa also finished in the top four to clinch spots in the group stage of the Champions League next season. Tottenham finished fifth to earn a berth in the Europa League next season.

At the other end of the standings, Luton Town, Burnley, and Sheffield United will all be relegated after finishing at the bottom of the table.

Premier League player props

There are multiple categories you can bet on when it comes to individual players in the Premier League. Some of the most common and popular prop bets are goal-scoring props, in which you can bet on a player to score one or more goals in a match. You can also typically bet on a specific player to score the first or last goal in an upcoming match.

In addition, many sportsbooks will offer odds on a specific player to receive a booking (meaning to be shown a yellow card by the referee in response to a foul) or to be sent off with a red card in an upcoming match.

Types of EPL bets

For each match in the EPL, sportsbooks typically offer a spread and moneyline odds for each team, as well as odds on the match to end in a draw, which is not uncommon in the EPL. You can also bet on the total number of goals both teams will combine to score in a match.

If the spread for a certain team is +1.5, that means a bet on that team would be successful if the team either loses by only one goal or wins by any margin. If the spread is -1.5, it means the team would need to win by two or more goals, and any other result would mean an unsuccessful bet. The moneyline offers odds on a straight victory by any margin, while the goal total sets a number of combined goals that the two teams will score, allowing bettors to wager on the final score being over or under that number.

You can also usually bet all three categories by first or second half. Many sportsbooks also offer other game props such as odds on which team will score first and/or last, as well as whether the game will include a red card or a penalty kick.

For each match, there are usually also various player props, offering odds on which player will score a goal or receive a yellow or red card.

Recent EPL champions and league odds history

Manchester City is the reigning champion of the English Premier League, having won the title the past four seasons and six of the last seven. Man City opened as the favorite to win it all in each of the last three seasons. Liverpool, the only other team to win an EPL title since 2017, was not far behind in the odds.

Historically, Manchester United still holds the record for most championships in top-flight English soccer history with 20. Liverpool is right behind with 19, and Arsenal has 13.

English Premier League FAQ

Can I bet on EPL matches?

Yes. Most legal US sportsbooks offer odds on every English Premier League match.

What are some popular EPL bets?

Point spreads and moneylines tend to be the most popular, but you can also bet on total goals or on the match to end as a draw.

How does the EPL differ from major American sports leagues?

One major difference is that an EPL match can end in a draw, which happens with some frequency. There is no overtime, so if the teams are tied at the end of regulation, the game is a draw, and both teams receive one point in the standings. Usually around 23% of EPL matches end in draws each season. There are also no playoffs in the EPL. Teams win the championship by finishing at the top of the table at the end of the season. Points determine the standings, with the winning team of each match receiving three points and both teams receiving one point for a draw. A losing team receives zero points.