Start of the Season:
The first round of EPL takes place in August. Because the season is long, bettors need to understand that not all clubs have the same strategy. There are lots of games, and you cannot expect your favourite teams to be in top shape for nine straight months. So, your betting strategy should be in place based on current situations. That is, with each game, the odds will differ, depending on quality and form. For example, if Liverpool, who is the current champion of the Premier League, takes on Fulham, who are considered to be relegation contenders, then you can expect Liverpool to wind up winning big.
Intense Christmas Period:
EPL has no winter break and features a rather heavy schedule. For bettors, this is the best period of the Premier League season. The games come intermittently, with fixtures played every day over a span of two weeks. If you play your cards right, you can end up collecting massive payouts. You can get a double boost on teams, particularly the big guns – Manchester City, Liverpool, etc. The potential impact of this jam-packed schedule is what you need to keep in mind when placing bets at this time of the season.
As the tournament nears the end, the competition becomes extremely fierce. At this stage, it is more important to consider the motivation of each team rather than their current performance. Each team has their objectives – either win the title or avoid relegation. Experts suggest that you need to be very careful about wagering on games that involve teams fighting to avoid relegation. This is because these are the most unpredictable fixtures. Also, at this stage, look at the ‘player total shots.’ This is the number of goals a player has fired against the opposition. Keep a check on the top players of the season who have scored the most goals. You can cash in on the player you think will score the most goals by