It is usual that between major competitions every other year, we do not really go that long without watching football, speaking the European major leagues that is. The Scottish football season kicked off on July 25th with the SPL that begun on August 1st.
With so much coverage on Sky Sports, BT Sport and Premier Sports, we are spoilt for choice now. No need to worry now as through to May 2016 we have football on every single week now, and OH Euro 2016 will kick off its new extended format in June 2016 before the season starts all over again for 2016/17!
We have looked at some of the ante post major European league betting odds, where some leagues are priced more as a formality!
Premier League (Biggest price - shortest price)
Chelsea - (13/8 Coral; 5/4 BetVictor)
Man C - (14/5 10bet; 12/5 Coral)
Arsenal - (9/2 general; 4/1 Bet365)
Man U - (11/2 Ladbrokes; 5/1 general)
Bar - 28/1 +
Celtic - 1/25 general
Aberdeen - 25/1
PSG - (1/6 Coral; 2/15 10bet)
Lyon - (14/1 general)
Bar - 16/1+
Juventus - (8/13 Bet365; 4/9 BetVictor)
Roma - 7/1 general Napoli - 9/1
Bar 10/1 +
Bayern Munich - (1/9 Skybet; 1/12 Betfred)
Dortmund - 20/1 general
Bar - 20/1
Barcelona - (3/4 Sportingbet; 13/20 888sport)
Real Madrid - (17/10 888sport; 7/5 Hills)
Spain appears to be a two-horse race. Odds on backers would consider opposing Barcelona at 3/4 and take Real at 17/10. Bayern Munich will retain the Bundesliga and the bet to be taken next season. They won the title before the end of April in 2015 and led from round five of their league. Bayern conceded just 18 goals in which one game they conceded four. Only four games they conceded more than one goal in the game, so they bet to follow next season could be the BTTS NO or the opponents netting U1.5 goals in the game. You may want to take last seasons data and apply it outside of the more dangerous sides like Leverkusen, Wolfsburg and Dortmund for example.
With some much football on this coming season, you will not have to wait long at the weekends to have a game screened on one of the channels, with 12 hours every Sunday, from the Dutch leagues to La Liga!
Keep tabs on our weekly bets!