England Premier League Season 2017/2018 – Outright Winner Odds And Other Value Bets

Arsenal managed to pull a big comeback and defeat Leicester City 4 – 3 in front of the home fans with the recent acquisition Lacazette scoring the first goal.(Photo credit: EPL Leicester City).

The first two matches of the new Premier League edition were unbelievable. Arsenal managed to pull a big comeback and defeat Leicester City 4 – 3 in front of the home fans with the recent acquisition Lacazette scoring the first goal.

Saturday afternoon didn’t lack excitement as well. Liverpool took on Watford at Vicarage road and FT result was 3 – 3.

Like the odds were suggesting, Manchester City, Tottenham and Man Utd have all won the first matches during the last weekend. The only upset was caused by Burnley who defeated the reigning champions Chelsea.

There were no big changes when it comes to the biggest outright winners for the EPL. Manchester City are still the favorite number one, being priced at 11/8 rate, while chances for Jose Mourinho and his squad to return the title to Old Trafford are 11/4.

Interestingly, Huddersfield Town are currently sitting in the 2nd place after beating Crystal Palace on the road in a convincing fashion 3 – 0. The odds you can get for them to win the league are 750/1.

Tipsters at biggestfreebets.com seem assured that Tottenham Hotspur have the quality to end in top 4 spots, suggesting high stake bet for this selection at 8/11 rate. Mauro Pochettino and his men have returned from St James park with three points in their pocket, but it was a tough match overall. It is also worth adding they will be playing games at Wembley this season. The second round is pairing them against the reigning champions Chelsea, which is going to be the game of the week.

When it comes to the goal scorers market, Romelu Lukaku was so close to clinch the first hat – trick for Man Utd, but ended the game against West Ham with two goals scored. The bookies are currently favouring him to be the top goal scorer in the end at 5/2, followed with Harry Kane at 4/1 and Sergio Aguero at 7/1.