Premier League Schedule 2020
In a typical year, the Premier League schedule runs from mid-August through to mid-May with a staggered fortnight-long winter break in early February.
2020 has been far from typical with all sporting schedules turned upside down by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Premier League Schedule was no different.
After a three-month hiatus, the 2019-2020 Premier League schedule returned on the 17th of June and will come to a conclusion on 26th July.
As such, the 2020-21 Premier League schedule has also been affected. With the original start date of August 8th, 2020 scuppered by the delayed conclusion of the 2020 season, the Premier League has earmarked the second weekend in September for the opening fixtures of the 2020/21 season. This has yet to be confirmed but is the most likely option as things stand.
The full 2020-21 Premier League Schedule will appear on this page once it has been published.
Premier League Predictions and Picks
The Premier League is the top-flight English league, and widely renowned as the best league in the world, with a huge global fanbase.
Our tipsters provide the most informed and well-researched Premier League picks and predictions on each of the 380 matches in the Premier League schedule.
Before making each Premier League prediction our experts analyze statistics, team news, injuries, match day conditions, to ensure all angles are covered before comparing them with the bookmakers’ Premier League odds. It’s hard to be better informed!
All of our Premier League picks and predictions are posted as early as possible by your tipsters, to ensure you have time to digest the analysis and get the best odds available.
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How to wager on the Premier League
The popularity of Premier League betting can be best demonstrated by the sheer number of markets on offer for every Premier League Game.
There are many ways you can place a wager on a match with Premier League Odds available on just about any aspect of the match.
From the traditional markets such as Moneylines, spreads, and Total Goals to the more exotic bets such as Both Teams To Score, Player Props, Team props, and even Same Game Parlays, the enormity of markets on offer can be overwhelming.
At Pickswise our expert tipsters take care of that all for you. Ahead of every match and each Premier League pick and prediction, our experts analyze all of the key data, team news, and matchups before looking through all of the markets and Premier League odds to highlight the best betting opportunities in each game.
We provide a detailed preview on each of the 380 Premier League games in a season, ahead of time so you can digest the analysis and be best informed ahead of making your selections.
Where to watch the Premier League
NBC is the home of the Premier League in the US. NBC has the exclusive rights to broadcast every Premier League match and do so between NBC Sports and NBC Sports Gold.
We post our best Premier League picks and predictions for every game of the Premier League season, so be sure to check out our best picks before tuning into to watch the game.
How many teams are in the Premier League
There are 20 teams in the top flight of English football. Each season, three teams are relegated into the Championship, England’s second division, and three teams are promoted from the Championship to the Premier League.
We offer the best Premier League picks and predictions for all of the Premier League’s teams, who, in
The 2019-20 season are as follows;
Arsenal, Aston Villa, AFC Bournemouth, Brighton & Hove Albion, Burnley, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Norwich City, Sheffield United, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, Watford, West Ham United, Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Who has won the most Premier League Titles
Since the Premier League’s inception in 1992, Manchester United have won the most Premier League titles with 13, due to their dominance under the reign of Sir Alex Ferguson. Chelsea comes in second with 5 Premier League titles, with Manchester City coming in third with 4 titles.
In terms of the history of the English top-flight, including the pre-Premier League seasons, Manchester United still lead the way with 20 titles. Liverpool are snapping at their heels however after being were crowned Premier League champions for the first time in 2019-20, their 19th top-flight English title, 30 years on from their last.
Previous Premier League Winners
- 2019-20 – Liverpool
- 2018-19 – Manchester City
- 2017-18 – Manchester City
- 2016-17 – Chelsea
- 2015-16 – Leicester City
- 2014-15 – Chelsea
- 2013-14 – Manchester City
- 2012-13 – Manchester United
- 2011-12 – Manchester City
- 2010-11 – Manchester United
When do you post your Premier League predictions and picks
Betting on the Premier League is increasingly popular with sports bettors and as one of the top leagues in the world, the Premier League sees large betting turnovers on every match.
As such, getting the best value Premier League odds is key to having long-term success with your wagering. We do our part to give you the best chance of achieving this.
To ensure you get the best odds our tipster’s research and post their Premier League predictions as early as possible. You can expect our game previews, and tips at least two days before the match, so for the weekend selections be sure to check out the Premier League predictions and picks page from Thursday evening onwards.
Parlays are also extremely popular when wagering on the Premier League picks, combining the odds of strong favorites, prop bets, both teams to score or over/under. Our tipsters will highlight the best Premier League parlays on each game week, with these typically posted the night before or the morning of the first match.