With only a few teams having a shot at winning the Premier League title, top four betting is another good option to consider for football fans this season.
While the same old faces will no doubt be competing for Champions League qualification, teams like Sheffield United, Leicester and Wolves have pushed hard for a top four place of late.
The race for the Champions League often goes all the way down to the wire, so top four Premier League betting can be a good way to keep the excitement up right to the end of the season.
And the good news is Premier League free bets are available for the top four market – here at freebets.co.uk we will tell you everything you need to know about claiming these offers.
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Usually, qualifying bets at a certain minimum price will have to be placed in order for Premier League free bets to be handed out by bookmakers.
So follow our tips to place your qualifying bet, then come back and let us help you to decide how you are going to use your free bets on the Premier League’s top four market.
Bookmakers have many offers available for the new Premier League season, including on whether or not teams are going to finish in the top four.
Sometimes bookmakers will make enhanced odds available on this market in a bid to tempt football fans into having a bet on who will qualify for the Champions League.
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The race for the Champions League never fails to deliver thrills and spills, even if it is usually the same elite group of clubs who are battling it out.
While the so-called ‘Big Six’ of Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are jostling for places, they are not the only clubs in the running.
Leicester City came painfully close to returning to the Champions League for the first time since their improbable title triumph last term, narrowly missing out on the last day of the season.
Wolves and Sheffield United had also been pushing hard to break into the top four throughout the 2019-20 season, indicating that the race for Champions League qualification is not as closed a shop as it has been in the past.
Betting on the Premier League top four can also be a great way to qualify for some of the many Premier League betting offers that are up for grabs at bookmakers – we have all the details on these promotions that you need right here at freebets.co.uk
According to the bookmakers, there are two certainties for Champions League qualification: Liverpool and Manchester City. This should not come as much of a surprise given how far these two clubs have been clear of the chasing pack over the last few years.
The best price available on City to finish in the top four is just 1/25 with 888sport, while Liverpool can be backed at a slightly bigger 1/14 with 888sport to book their place in the Champions League again.
Manchester United came in third last season after beating Leicester on the last day of the season, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side having been transformed by the signing of Bruno Fernandes in the January transfer window. While more new arrivals might be needed if the Red Devils are to push for the title, they are a best price of 1/2 with Bet365 for a top four spot.
It is hard to argue against last season’s top three being in similar positions again at the end of the 2020-21 campaign, but the race for fourth looks to be more competitive than it has been for a long time. Chelsea seem to be in pole position, at least according to the Premier League top four betting odds, as they are 1/2 with Bet365 to make it into the Champions League again.
Chelsea have been spending heavily on new arrivals with players including Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Thiago Silva and Chilwell having signed on with Frank Lampard’s side. Given the large financial outlay made by the Blues this summer, they really ought to finish in the top four but 1/2 might be too short for some fans.
If the top four is the same this term as in the previous campaign, that would mean north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham both missing out for the second season in a row. Jose Mourinho is heading into his first full season in charge of Spurs, who are offered at 3/1 with 888sport to finish in the top four.
Arsenal, whose coach Mikel Arteta led them to FA Cup glory last season, are 5/2 with Bet365.
Outsiders in the race for the Premier League’s top four include Wolves (13/2 with Paddy Power) and their Midlands rivals Leicester (10/1 with Paddy Power), which could be good value if the Foxes continue to make solid progress under Brendan Rodgers.
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All odds are correct at the time of publication.