The Premier League is just three weeks away, with the 2018/19 season kicking off on Friday, August 10. The 2017/18 season has seen Manchester City lifting the Premier League trophy in an emphatic manner, as they finished at the top of the table with 19 points more than runners-up Manchester United. In the meantime, Swansea, Stoke and West Brom were relegated in the Championship, but they have been replaced by the new boys in the shape of Cardiff, Wolverhampton and Fulham. All eyes were on the World Cup 2018 until two days ago, but the clubs didn’t waste time and they have already made some transfers in order to prepare for this new season. Here at Bets.co.uk, you will find the latest odds for each Premier League fixture throughout the 2018/19 season. In addition, we are providing you with odds for multiple markets, as well as bettings offers, free bets and enhanced odds for the biggest games of the season. First of all, let’s have a look at some of the most popular English Premier League betting markets ahead of the start of the new season. All the football fans and bettors are waiting for the new season to kick-off, but there are plenty of betting markets available already that you can choose from:

Premier League Outright winner bets – This is a huge market for both bettors and British fans, as they can combine both supporting their team and win some money by predicting their team to win the league, to finish in top three or on top ten, etc. At the moment in time, Manchester City are priced at odds 4/7 to defend their league title, but the biggest surprise is that Liverpool are just 5/1 to win the title while the last year’s runners-up Manchester United are 13/2.

Premier League Relegation bets and odds – Swansea, Stoke and West Brom have been relegated at the end of the last season, which means they will now have Championship football to look forward. Usually, the newly-promoted teams are among the favourites for the drop and that’s the case this year also. Cardiff are priced at odds 8/11 to go down, Huddersfield Town at odds 6/5 and Fulham at 6/4. Wolverhampton aren’t favourites for relegation as they have a strong squad and most people are seeing them finishing in the top half of the table.

Premier League Top Goalscorer bets – Harry Kane was the Premier League’s top goalscorer for two seasons in a row before Mohamed Salah’s fantastic season last year. Despite this fact, Harry Kane is still favourite to win the Premier League Golden Boot as he is priced at odds 11/4 with Bet365. Mohamed Salah comes second at odds 4/1, while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal and Sergio Aguero of Manchester City are tied on 7/1.

Premier League Top 4 finish betting odds – If you’re not 100% sure that your team will win the title, you can back them to finish in the top four, top six or top ten. At the moment in time, Manchester City are definitely the bookies’ favourites to finish in top four as they are lowly priced at odds 1/16, with Liverpool coming second at 1/4 , Manchester United at 2/7 and Chelsea at odds 4/6.

Apart from those outright bets, there are the usual betting markets for every Premier League fixture, such as Win Draw Win bets, Double Chance bets, Both teams to Score bets, Over/Under 1.5 goals, 2.5 goals, 3.5 goals bets, Asian Handicap bets etc.

Premier League is huge across the gamblers and this is why most of the bookmakers have loads of betting offers for some important fixtures throughout the season. Those offers can be Premier League free bets, Premier League enhanced odds, or the ones for the entire duration of the season such as Premier League Football Acca Insurance or Premier League Football Acca Boost.