Not only is the English Premier League the most watched football league in the world, it is incredibly well covered by bookmakers who offer thousands of opportunities weekly for punters to make the most of their Premier League odds. There is an almost endless amount of Premier League odds ranging from the long running like Premier League winner markets, to in-play options like match odds and the popular Both Teams To Score markets offered on each of the 380 games. As with any major league, you can take your choice of the Premier League winner odds that are quoted but given the financial rewards for being in English football’s top flight there is always a fierce battle at the foot of the table where the bottom three clubs are relegated to the second tier, the Championship. Premier League odds for relegation represent a great chance for some excitement and, hopefully, some profit. Premier League survival odds can vary quite a bit from bookmaker to bookmaker given the unpredictable nature of the competition. Take Leicester City for example. Their odds to survive in the division were way shorter than their massive Premier League odds and yet they won the league with two games of their 38 still to play. Premier League betting odds are not just limited to the top and bottom of the division. Top 4 Premier League odds are also incredibly popular. Teams who finish in the top three positions qualify for the Champions League, while the fourth placed team has to play a qualifier to get through. Fifth place guarantees a spot in the Europa League, with the possibility of sixth place qualifying, and there are other European places available through the English cup competitions. Every manager is interested in their team’s Premier League top four odds at the start of the season to see what chance bookmakers think they have of playing amongst the elite of European football. Talking of managers, you can bet on their job prospects as almost every bookie offers Premier League manager odds in markets such as the next manager to be sacked and club specific markets every time a manager is fired.