English Premier League - Latest Live scores, News & Betting Odds
Are you a fan of the English Premier League? Because if you are interested even one bit, you will feel right at home with Oddspedia!
We offer fast EPL live scores, match statistics and live standings, alongside a lot more data. With extensive betting information such as betting odds from multiple bookmakers and predictions from EPL tipsters, our page is a match made in heav2en for any punter following the EPL. Not only that, but our page also includes live news coverage of the latest Premier League headlines and detailed statistics like top goalscorers and team performance metrics to give you a better insight into your bets.
Today’s English Premier League Live scores
Here you can find all EPL matches that are played today, with real-time live score data and information about what is happening on the field. Use the Live button option to display in-play matches only, in case you want to find out the Premier League live scores or would like to participate in some live betting.
Upcoming EPL Fixtures
Each game of the EPL fixtures can be found on Oddspedia. Our fixtures are updated multiple times a day, so any new information about future matches will be shown as soon as it’s available. There are 20 teams in the league and they each play each other twice, both home and away. This means that each team has 38 Premier League fixtures in total. Games all take place during the season, which runs from August to May, with most games being played on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. Use our calendar to find what matches are played on a specific date! You can click on rounds to filter matches played from any selected round of the competition or use weeks as you prefer.
Premier League results
All Premier League results for this or previous seasons can be found on Oddspedia. Use the calendar to see scores for yesterday’s matches or any date you like. Tournament results are available both per round and per match week. League seasons can be toggled by using the dropdown menu next to the league’s name. Here at Oddspedia, we not only give you the final results and match scores, but you can also check the goal scorers, full match commentary, stats and historical odds.
Premier League Table, Top Scorers & Records 2021/2022
EPL league standings with Live updates
Premier League standings are incredibly important because they can determine where a team ends up in the following season or whether teams can go on to play in other competitions. For instance, those who don't perform well and finish as one of the bottom three teams will face relegation into the Championship League. Meanwhile, those at the top could end up being champions of the overall Premier League or gain entries into other tournaments. The top four teams, for instance, qualify for the UEFA Champions League whilst the fifth-placed team gets to participate in the UEFA Europa League. There really is so much to play for in this league, which is why it is so beloved by the betting market. There is just so much to get excited about!
Top goalscorers and team leaders
In our statistics section, one can find valuable information about the top-performing teams. Splits are available for top scoring teams, teams with the most assists and most cards. Our player statistics will show you the top EPL goalscorers and the leaders for cards, assists and own goals. If you are more into betting, we have some stats for you as well - check out the BTTS, over/under and correct score leaders across the league.
English Premier League - FAQ
Which Premier League team to support?
Usually, picking a team to root for should not be a logical and thoughtful decision. Although there are some things to consider to help your heart guide you to one.
- Hot teams - league leaders will certainly bring you good vibes by winning more matches and participating in club tournaments.
- Based on where you live in - if you live in the UK, it’s most natural to support the team from your area. If you are abroad - pick the one that has the most supporters in your city and where you can make it a social experience.
- Historically proven winners - Manchester United may be struggling at the moment, but they are one of the most decorated teams of all time. You can root for such teams to get out of the slum and go back to former glory.
- Underdogs - The up and comers, teams that just got promoted out of seconds division bring joy with their surprising performances, and becoming a supporter is well worth it.
- Rivals - If there is a team you don’t like, you can support their rival. There are a lot of cases where teams are like nemeses to each other in the Premier League.
When does the EPL 2021-2022 season start and end and how many matches are played?
The 2021-2022 season starts on August 14th, 2021 and ends on May 22nd, 2022. There are 380 matches to be played in total.
How long is the EPL transfer window?
The Premier League transfer window is open once the regular season games finish and remains open for 12 weeks.
When is the EPL transfer window deadline?
The summer transfer window opens on June 9, 2021, and closes on August 31st, 2021, so teams have until this date to conclude their transfer business.
Which bookie has the best Premier League betting odds?
According to our Oddspedia database, bet3000 offers 98.85% payouts on average, making it the highest paying bookmaker for EPL betting.
Where can I find the best Premier League betting tips?
The best Premier League betting tips can be found right here on this EPL Oddspedia page.
Whats the best Premier League betting site?
The best one depends on your preferences, but some of the outstanding bookmakers offering great promotions and Premier League betting options are Ladbrokes, Coral, Skybet, William Hill and bet365.
How to win by betting on the EPL?
One only needs a 52% win rate at fair odds, because bookmakers in recent years reduced their margins on the bigger football competitions.
When does the England Premier League season start?
The English Premier League season starts in August and runs all the way through to May.
How many teams participate in the England Premier League?
There are 20 Premier League teams. Each team plays each other twice, meaning that each team has 38 matches throughout the season.
When will the England Premier League season finish?
The season finishes in May. At that point, the Premier League results will be known, along with which teams will be facing relegation or going forward to play in other tournaments.
When does the England Premier League Transfer window close?
The transfer window closes just ahead of the first Premier League fixtures. Generally, teams can no longer buy players at that point, although they can sell players to other leagues until the end of August.
Who is the favourite to become England's Premier League 2½2 top scorer?
The current player to watch out for is Harry Kane, as the striker is having a couple of terrific seasons at Tottenham.
Where to watch England Premier League matches?
Most Premier League matches will be available on BT Sport and Sky UK. Remember that some bookmakers will live stream matches too!
How many matches are played in the England Premier League?
Each one of the 20 teams in the Premier League plays 38 matches. It's 38 matches because every single team faces 19 other teams twice (home and away fixtures). There are 380 matches in total due to the fact each game is counts both for the home and away team, and needs to be omitted twice in order to avoid double accounting for the same fixture.
Where to bet on the England Premier League?
The English Premier League is incredibly popular and there are many bookmakers offering bets on it. Check Oddspedia to find out who is offering the best Premier League odds at any given time!
How to predict EPL matches?
Don't let your team sympathies affect your picks
Don’t overestimate the big teams as clear favourites
Consider game-day match information such as injuries and lineup matchups
Look at the team form and keep recent performance in mind
Consider direct head-to-head stats, but only for matches played in this and the last season
Explore the league tables, they may seem simple on the surface, but they give you more information such as score differentials.