The Best Premier League Betting Sites for 2016-17

If you're over the disappointment of England's performance in Euro 2016, then be prepared for the real action. That's right, the Premier League is back, with Leicester City defending the most surprising title win in history, and a whole host of other teams in the chasing pack. Let's look at some of the best bookmakers to trust with your deposit for the Premier League 2016/17 season.


Winner Sports

Everyone's a Winner with this online bookmaker, which presents one of the coolest and most modern user interfaces we've seen in some time. Winner has clearly thought about the user experience, and with a 100% bonus of up to £200 when you open a new account, this is an experience we think you'll lap up too.

Winner Sports currently offers 17/4 for Manchester United, in Jose Mourinho's first season at the club, to take the title for the first time since 2013. It's a good-value bet considering most of the other bookies seem to be valuing United as a more likely winner - so step up and claim this bargain bet!

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There are sites that provide fun and games, and then are trusty, reliable but slightly dull betting sites. One of the reasons 888sport continues to be one of the most successful sports betting sites is because it's logical, easy-to-use, but also provides excellent value and brings the fun right to your screen. The user interface has always been a win with this site, but so too are the apps for iOS and Android. Bet on an acca, and you enter the £2000 Big Bet Bounty - ideal for Premier League bettors!

Whatever way you look at it, 30/1 for Leicester City to retain the title, the longest odds of any mainstream bookmaker, is good value for you. Leicester will find it harder this time around, but we said the Foxes had no chance last time around...

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When you first sign up to Bet365, one of the most established names in online betting, you get a 100% deposit bonus up to £200, which should help you to place quite a few great-value bets on various aspects of the Premier League. Bet365 is a recommended betting site because there are no nasty surprises: it knows what you want, and how to give it to you. Given that the company is also the proud sponsor of Stoke City, which plays in the Bet365 Stadium, you wouldn't expect anything less.

Chelsea under new manager Antonio Conte is going to be a pretty formidable team yet again in 2016/17. We think Eden Hazard and his team-mates will step up their games after a bad 2015/16 season, and that's why we're willing to take a very good look at Bet365's odds of 13/2 for the Blues to take the Premier League title.


When you think of online betting, there's a chance that you automatically think of Betfair, and that's no accident. The side has been around since the advent of gaming online, and was the original betting exchange. Betfair also runs a very efficient and successful sportsbook alongside the exchange, and it's here that you'll find Premier League deals galore to keep you coming back.

If you bet £10 on your first deposit you'll get £30 back, something which is sure to make you more secure in trying your hand on some risky, but potentially-lucrative, bets. One of these is for last season's third-placed side, Tottenham Hotspur, to step up and win the league this time around. It might not sound like one of life's certain winning bets, but at 8/1 it's worth a go.

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Ladbrokes might have set up its first "real" betting shop back in the 19th Century, but right now everything's bang up-to-date, with bets available on-the-go and in-play, and from wherever you desire. With Ladbrokes you can get up to £50 in free bets, and you can wager this on Android and iOS, both of which apps are very good and easy-to-use. Ladbrokes always offers excellent odds, because the bookmaker has experts who really know their sports inside-out and will make sure they pass on their knowledge to the numbers.

Arsenal is 5/1 to win the Premier League, having finished second last season. It's not so far-fetched to think that Arsene Wenger might have the winning formula to do the business, now that he has Granit Xhaka to shore up the midfield, and Alexis Sanchez to plunder the goals.

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