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How do EPL odds work?

English Premier League (EPL) betting is huge, and it’s estimated that one billion dollars is gambled on every single game.

It's therefore no surprise that Canada’s best sportsbooks offer odds for every single EPL match and what might happen over the course of the season. Some of these, such as futures markets, will be available to bet on before the season has started.

Popular EPL markets include which team will win the league, which player will be top scorer, and moneyline markets for matches.

The odds for these markets are determined from a combination of how teams and players are performing, how good they are considered to be, where and when matches are taking place, and who other bettors are wagering money on.

BET.CA has the latest and best EPL odds from the best sportsbooks in the country, all reviewed and approved, so everything you need to place your next EPL bet is right here.

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Popular EPL bets

Sportsbooks offer hundreds of different types of bet that you can place on every EPL match, ranging from which team will win to how many goals, cards, or corners there will be. Each of these require different things to happen in the match for the bet to be successful, as well as you to research different information before placing your bet.

If you want to learn more about popular EPL bets, they are covered in greater detail below.

EPL moneyline odds

An EPL moneyline bet (sometimes referred to as a 1x2 bet) is a bet on the result of the match. Unlike other sports popular in Canada, EPL matches can finish as a tie and there is no overtime, so EPL moneyline markets also offer odds for a tie as well as either team to win. Moneyline bets are among the most popular and straightforward for EPL betting. Some sportsbooks also have moneyline markets for a specified half or period of an EPL match as well as odds for the full match itself.

Here is an example of a moneyline market for an EPL match:



Manchester United


Tie / Draw




For instance, if you placed a $100 moneyline wager on Manchester United to win the match with odds of +150, a successful bet would have a payout of $250 (your $100 bet plus $150 profit). Your bet would win if United won the match by any scoreline, but lose if Liverpool won the match or it ended a tie.

When placing a moneyline bet, you should check both teams’ recent form and if they will be affected by any injuries and suspensions. You should also consider where the match is being played and if either team has a particularly good or poor record at home or on the road.

EPL point spread odds

A point spread bet (sometimes referred to as a handicap bet in soccer) is a bet on a team to win or lose a match by a certain margin. A simple way to look at EPL point spreads is to imagine that they give a team a head start or disadvantage by a specified number of goals at the start of the match.

Here is an example of a point spread market for an EPL match:

Team and spread


Chelsea, -1.5


Arsenal, +1.5


Let's imagine that you place a $100 wager on Chelsea with a -1.5 point spread at +200. According to your bet, Arsenal have started the match with a lead of 1.5 to 0. Therefore, if Chelsea win the match by two goals or more your bet would win $300 (your $100 bet plus $200 profit). However, if Chelsea only win the match by one goal, tie, or lose, your bet would lose.

The same would apply the other way round. If you bet on Arsenal with a +1.5 handicap, then your bet would win if Arsenal win, tie, or lose by only one goal. However, if Arsenal lose by two goals or more, your bet loses too. Point spread odds are set to increments of 0.5 to avoid a push as there can’t be half a goal within a soccer match, meaning there will be a confirmed outcome.

EPL total or over/under odds

EPL total or over/under bets can relate to the number of goals, cards, or corners a team will get in a match or how many there will be in the match itself. The odds for these markets normally list the number of goals, cards, or corners to 0.5 (to avoid a push), with odds available for both over or under that amount.

Here is an example of a total or over/under goals market for an EPL match:

Total goals


Over 2.5


Under 2.5


Therefore, if you wager $100 on there to be over 2.5 goals in the match at -110, your bet would win $190.90 ($90.90 profit) if there are three goals or more, but lose if there are two goals or fewer. Similarly, if you wagered on there to be under 5.5 cards in a match, then you would win if there are five cards or fewer in the match, but lose if are six cards or more.

When betting on total or over/under goals, you should check how many goals the two teams playing tend to score and concede, and if any key defenders or forwards will be missing for the fixture. When betting on cards or corners, you should see how many a team has got in recent matches and consider factors such as if the match is a derby or between rivals and therefore likely to be more heated.

EPL parlay odds

An EPL parlay bet is a bet comprised of two or more separate predictions, all of which must be successful for the bet to win. An EPL parlay bet can be placed on either a single match or across a selection of fixtures.

For instance, if you wanted to place a $100 same-game parlay bet on Manchester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur, here’s what the bet might include:



Manchester City to win


Manchester City to get over 6.5 corners


Tottenham to get over 2.5 cards


Three-way parlay odds


In this example, all of the selections would have to be correct for your bet to win. If one is wrong, the bet is a loser. With the odds above, a successful $100 parlay bet would have a payout of $1,131 (your $100 bet plus $1,031 profit), which is a much better return than if any of these selections won as an individual bet.

Here is an example of a $100 EPL parlay wager placed across multiple matches:



Chelsea to beat Liverpool


Manchester United to beat Manchester City


Everton and Newcastle United to tie


Three-way parlay odds


In this instance, Chelsea and Manchester United would have to win their respective matches and Everton and Newcastle United would have to tie for the bet to win. If one selection is wrong, the whole bet loses. With the odds above, a successful $100 parlay bet would have a payout of $1,288 (your $100 bet plus $1,188 profit).

The advantage to parlay bets is that you will win more money on a single bet featuring multiple selections than with multiple bets on single selections.

Betting on EPL futures

Even before a ball has been kicked, betting on the EPL is still big business. Sportsbooks have multiple futures markets for every season. These offer odds for things that can only be decided at the end of the season, such as which team will win the league or which player will score the most goals.

EPL futures are available to bet on both before and during the season, and their odds can change over the course of a campaign, depending on how certain teams and players are performing. The most popular include:

  • EPL winner: Which team will win the title that season.

  • EPL top four: Which team(s) will finish in the top four places that season.

  • EPL relegation: Which team(s) will finish in the bottom three places and be relegated from the EPL that season.

  • EPL Golden Boot: Which player will score the most goals that season.

  • EPL awards: Which players will win the Player and Young Player of the Year awards, or be included in the PFA Team of the Year.

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EPL prop bets

Similar to other sports, sportsbooks offer prop bets for EPL matches. These are based on things that might happen during a fixture but are not directly linked to the result or outcome. EPL prop bets can apply to teams (such as which team will get more cards or corners), players (such as which player will score the first goal), or the match in general (such as whether there will be a penalty or red card).

Different sportsbooks offer different prop bets, but examples of other popular EPL prop bets include:

  • When the first goal will be scored

  • Whether a goal will be scored in both halves

  • Whether a specific player will score first or at any time during a match

  • Whether a player will be booked or sent off

  • Whether a certain type of goal will be scored (e.g. from a header, a free kick, or outside the box).

Many prop bets involve yes/no selections or require you to pick something out of two options, such as which player will complete more passes or commit more fouls in a match.

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