Bookmakers all over the world are getting ready for the most watched championship, and so should you! The betting agent BET-IBC is here to guide you through the wide range of options.
The Barclay’s Premier League as officially titled but most commonly known as Premiership, is the English professional league for men’s football clubs. Each season runs roughly from August to May and is divided into 38 rounds for all teams. It is the considered as the top professional football competition since its conception on 20th of February 1992 and the sports league in the world that gathers the attention of the vast majority of football fans. The average attendance per match in 2014-2015 exceeded 36,000, making at the second highest of any professional football league behind Bundesliga’s 43,500. So far, 47 clubs have competed since the beginning. Only 6 of them have won the title: Manchester United (13 times), Chelsea (5 times), Arsenal (3 times), Manchester City (twice), Blackburn Rovers (once) and Leicester City (once).
The 2017-2018 will be the 26th season of the Premier League. The first kick off is scheduled for 12 August and the finish line will be on 13 May 2018. Chelsea will be the defending champions, while Newcastle United, Brighton & Hove Albion (or simply Brighton) and Huddersfield Town will be replacing Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull City which have relegated to the Championship. Huddersfield is a special case as they took the position after defeating Reading 4-3 on the penalty shoot-out after a 0-0 draw at the play-off final of 29 May.
It is certain that the new season promises another great year of entertainment. Not only through the usual Manchester and London derbies but also through the news of the various player transfers that show great potential and a promise made by Jurgen Klopp that Liverpool will claim the title at his third season at Anfield. Let’s see what the other clubs will have to say about that.
A first preview of things to come is given by the odds provided below by VIP-IBC for the first round of 12 August.