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Premier League Betting 2017/18

Premier League Betting 2017/18

Premier League Betting 2017/18

The 2017–18 Premier League will be the 26th season of the Premier League, the top English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The season is scheduled to start on 11 August 2017 and finish on 13 May 2018.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte

It may prove to be a sterner test for Antonio Conte’s Chelsea this time around as they have the added pressures of European football to contend with. This season they will be joining Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur & Manchester City in the hunt for Champions League glory.

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We will be giving you our thoughts on the title race, race to avoid the drop, golden boot plus loads more including the best sportsbook offers for you to choose from to place your bets as the season develops.

The New Boys

The first club to be promoted was Brighton & Hove Albion, following their 2–1 win at home to Wigan Athletic on 17 April 2017, coupled with Huddersfield Town’s 1–1 draw against Derby County. Brighton will play in the top flight of English football for the first time since 1983, and will play in the Premier League for the first time in their history.

Brighton Promoted

The second club to be promoted was Newcastle United, sealing their immediate return to the Premier League by beating Preston North End 4–1 at home on 24 April 2017. They were crowned champions on 7 May 2017 after beating Barnsley 3–0 at home, coupled with Aston Villa’s 1–1 draw against fellow promoted club Brighton.

The third and final club to be promoted was play-off winners Huddersfield Town, who beat Reading 4–3 on penalties after a 0–0 draw in both regular and extra time in the EFL Championship play-off final on 29 May 2017. Huddersfield will play in the top flight of English football for the first time in 45 years, and will play in the Premier League for the first time in their history.

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The Title Race

Leicester City’s 5000/1 title triumph two seasons ago means more and more supporters are prepared to back their side for the biggest prize in English football.

Leicester City Premier League Champions

Even fans of newly-promoted trio Newcastle United, Brighton and Huddersfield Town might be tempted to put a few quid on their team, as unlikely as it may be.

But who really are the favourites, according to the bookies?

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According to the bookies Manchester City are the favourites at 2/1 to be crowned Premier League Champions in 2017/18. Pep Guardiola enters his second season as City boss hoping to improve upon last season’s third place finish and has bolstered his squad with the likes of Kyle Walker, Ederson, Danilo & the hugely talented Bernardo Silva from Monaco.
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Grand National Runners 2017 tips and odds – Every runner and rider listed for the big race!

The Aintree Grand National Runners 2017

The Aintree Grand National Runners 2017

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PICKING a winner among the Grand National runners 2017 is a tricky feat – even for experienced tipsters. Horse racings showcase event is also the most difficult to race. The ability to perform well in a chase where emphasis is on stamina seems an obvious prerequisite for a Grand National winner. Even with the reduced distance these days, it’s still the longest race in the calendar and if you can’t stay you won’t win. With this in mind we have looked back at the form, distance and durability of all the horses involved in previous chase meetings and we have selected THREE horses that we think have a really good chance of staying the distance.. including a 66/1 shot!  Read on to find out who the Grand National Runners 2017 are and how you can pick a winner!

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Check out the Grand National runners 2017 below and make your selection….

17) Vieux Lion Rouge – 10-1
Seventh in the race last year, won the Becher Chase and Grand National Trial this season

16) Definitly Red – 11-1
Emphatic winner of the Grimthorpe, reportedly schooled well over National fences

14) Cause Of Causes – 12-1
Eighth in the race two years, comes off the back of a good win at Cheltenham and stays well

2) More Of That – 12-1
Glimpses of his best form this season, Stayers’ Hurdle winner but yet to click over fences

10) Blaklion – 14-1
Classy novice last season, beaten by some of his National rivals already this season

22) One For Arthur – 14-1
Stamina in abundance, good win in the Classic Chase in January, kept fresh for this

1) The Last Samuri – 14-1
Runner-up in the race last year, behind a couple of these rivals this season but expected to be spot on for this

21) Pleasant Company – 16-1
Relished the heavy ground on his last start, respected for Willie Mullins and an unexposed stayer

5) Saphir Du Rheu – 20-1
Stayed on well in the Gold Cup on his last start, looks to have his jumping problems sorted out

13) The Young Master – 16-1
Hasn’t hit top form this season, fell in the Becher Chase in December and well beaten last two starts


So those were the top 10 Grand National runners 2017.  Check out the best of the rest below…


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18) Ucello Conti – 20-1
Looked like he didn’t get home last year, solid runs this season but hasn’t won since June 2014 when still trained in France

25) Highland Lodge – 25-1
Loves these fences, Becher Chase winner last year and second in the race this season

34) Rogue Angel – 25-1
Won Irish Grand National last year, not been in the same form this campaign

9) Tenor Nivernais – 25-1
Impressive at Ascot but couldn’t repeat that performance on last start although did lose a shoe

29) Vicente – 25-1
Scottish Grand National winner last season, best on spring ground and could improve on his form this season

24) O’Faolains Boy – 33-1
Pulled up last two starts and not been firing on all cylinders

32) Raz De Maree 33-1
Second in Welsh National this season, good run at Thurles over a shorter trip on his last start

15) Regal Encore – 33-1
Pulled up in three of his last four runs, inconsistent, a win and a good second to Pleasant Company around those poor runs

36) Thunder And Roses – 33-1
Beat last year’s National winner Rule The World in the Irish National two years ago, strong stayer

8) Wonderful Charm – 33-1
Back to form in hunter chases, previously classy, stayed on well in second at Cheltenham

19) Double Shuffle – 40-1
Improved when stepped up to three miles this season with two good runs

27) Lord Windermere – 40-1
2014 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, pulled up in the race last year and was beaten miles by Pleasant Company latest

31) Measureofmydreams – 40-1
Moved to Noel Meade’s this season, hasn’t hit top form and was beaten a long way at Cheltenham

28) Saint Are – 40-1
Pulled up in the race last year but came second two years ago behind Many Clouds, better run latest

26) Bishops Road – 50-1
Unseated in the Topham here last year, stays well

41) Bless The Wings – 50-1
Bit of a bridesmaid but stays well, good second behind Cause Of Causes latest

40) Doctor Harper – 50-1
Hasn’t gone on from earlier promise, pulled up in the Classic Chase earlier in the season

38) Goodtoknow – 66-1
Two good runs this season but was pulled up in the Grand National Trial behind Vieux Lion Rouge on last start

20) Houblon Des Obeaux – 50-1
Stayed on strongly in the Midlands National on his last start but beaten a long way in Grand National Trial before that

30) Just A Par – 50-1
Back to winning ways at Newbury on his last start, stays well would prefer better ground

12) Le Mercurey – 50-1
Has form behind top class horses, last run disappointing but can be excused

4) Perfect Candidate – 50-1
Won well on his last start, pleased connections in work recently, should stay

6) Roi Des Francs – 50-1
Won well latest on what was his first win for new trainer Gordon Elliott

3) Shantou Flyer – 50-1
Behind Cue Card in a Grade 1 latest but done well for new yard

33) Stellar Notion – 50-1
Good run over shorter on last start, not certain to stay

7) Wounded Warrior – 50-1
Has some good form in the book but pulled up on his last start

23) Ballynagour – 66-1
Unseated in the race last year, pulled up all three starts this season

11) Drop Out Joe – 66-1
Hasn’t been seen since winning a Listed contest in June

37) Gas Line Boy – 66-1
Getting on but still running well, fourth in the Grand National Trial behind Vieux Lion Rouge

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