The 2023-24 EPL season is the 32nd season of the Premier League with three-time defending champs Manchester City favourites in outright betting
The English Premier League (EPL) is a professional-soccer (football) competition that takes place as England’s top flight football season and is popular with sports fans and punters right around the globe with the highest worldwide audience of any league.
There are 20 Premier League clubs in the competition every season, which runs from August to May each year. The teams are confirmed by the EPL Ladder rankings from the past season, as well as those from England’s second-tier competition the Football League Championship.
2023/24 EPL Season: Week 27 Preview
This weekend’s Premier League schedule features a clash that trumps all others: Manchester City and Manchester United lock horns at the Etihad in their highly-anticipated derby.
City finds themselves embroiled in one of the tightest title races in recent memory, while their rivals desperately need points to keep their top-four hopes alive. The stakes couldn’t be higher come Monday morning.
Beyond this blockbuster derby, a host of other fixtures will unfold this weekend, offering plenty of drama as teams from both ends of the table battle for crucial points.
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- Matchweek: 27
- Start Date: Sunday March 3rd, 2024
- Number of Matches: 10
- Weekly Highlight: Man City v Man United – BET NOW
- Weekly Tip: Aston Villa to Beat Luton and Both Teams to Score @ $3.00 – BET NOW
2023/24 EPL SEASON
- Season: 32nd
- Start Date: Saturday August 12, 2023 (AEST)
- 2022-23 Premier League Champions: Manchester City (7th Premier League title)
The 2023/24 EPL season is the 32nd season of the Premier League competition.
The season kicks off on August 12, 2023.
The three-time defending Premier League champions Manchester City return out to secure their eighth Premier League title and sixth in the last seven seasons.
Success would see Man City become the first English top-flight men’s club in history to claim four consecutive titles.
The relegated teams from the 2022/23 season that will not play in the 2023/24 Premier League tournament are Leicester City, Leeds United, and Southampton.
The promoted clubs that appear in the 2023/24 Premier League competition are Burnley, Sheffield United, and Luton Town who make their Premier League debut returning to the top-flight after a thirty-one year absence.
2023/24 PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS ODDS
Premier League Outright Betting Odds
Premier League odds correct as of 03/03/2024 and subject to change. Event scheduled to start at 19/05/2024 9:00am AEST.
The current A-League clubs are:
The 2023/24 Premier League Teams:
- Aston Villa
- Brighton & Hove Albion
- Burnley (Promoted)
- Crystal Palace
- Luton Town (Promoted)
- Manchester City
- Manchester United
- Newcastle United
- Nottingham Forest
- Sheffield United (Promoted)
- Tottenham Hotspur
- West Ham United
- Wolverhampton Wanderers
Leicester City historically became EPL champions for their 2015/16 season win. Photo Credit: Getty Images.
The three teams ranked lowest on the Premier League table are relegated into the Football League Championship at the end of the season, while the top two clubs from the Championship along with the winner of the Championship Playoffs between the third – sixth ranked clubs are promoted in their place to the EPL for the next season.
The EPL season consists of a total of 380 matches each season, each Premier League team playing 38 games throughout as they vie for the coveted title awarded to the club that sits top of the table at the end of the 38 weeks of play. Each club plays the other teams in the League twice, getting home stadium advantage once and playing an away game once, with each win worth three points and a single point awarded for a draw.
As the most-watched football league in the world, the Premier League is hugely popular in Australia and there are plenty of EPL betting markets open at Ladbrokes every season including head-to-head markets each and every round as well as futures odds on offer for each team to be crowned champions. Manchester United boast the most number of titles with 13, while the 2015-16 EPL Champions Leicester City scored their first title in their history after starting the season as $5000 outsiders!
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