Premier League betting is one of the most popular forms of betting there is. This is not surprising when you consider that 643 million people watch matches broadcast across the world.
This is phenomenal, and there are people on every continent that watch and follow Premier League football. In total matches are broadcast in an amazing 212 of the world’s 254 countries and territories. Not surprisingly, a few people like to have a flutter on the matches they watch and millions of them do each match.
Types of Premier League Betting
There are numerous types of Premier League betting available. You can now bet on far more than the outcome of a match. It is now possible to bet on what time the first goal will be scored, which side will score it or what the score at half time will be. Some people even like to have a flutter on how many corners there will be in a match or how many penalties. Another popular bet is to bet on the overall total number of goals that will be scored.
You name it and someone will let you bet on it. Some firms will even let you bet on who will be substituted during a match or who will hit the post when attempting to score. However, by far the most popular bet is still who will win the match or what the final score line will be.
Online Premier League Betting
There are several ways to place Premier League bets. Some people still like to go to the bookies or place their bets over the phone. However, increasingly, people are choosing to bet over the web. All of the major betting shop chains now have their own websites and they usually include football betting.
Online Premier League betting is particularly popular. Most people have a smart phone and are increasingly using it for all of their web surfing. This includes placing bets. In response to this, many betting websites provide free Apps for people to download and use. Using these tailored Apps placing a bet online can be done quickly and with no hassle.
For the best Premier League betting visit the Bet Victor website. We take bets on all premier and many non-premier league games.