On this page we take a look at the upcoming action in the English domestic leagues, which includes the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two and English Non-League Football. Also we cover the English domestic cup matches to comprehensively cover all aspects of the game in England. We cover these leagues and cups extensively from the start of the season in August to the end of the season in May.
May it be a weekend flutter or a bet midweek, English football offers a lot of value when it comes to betting due to the vast amount of matches that are spread out through the week. You can always find a match to bet on at the weekend and regularly there are matches played in midweek to keep you entertained. Matches tend to start at 3pm on a Saturday excluding a match which kicks off early and an evening match. This is ideal for people placing bets as you can place bets on matches that will start and end at the same time which means you won’t be left waiting for a winner due to one match that kicks off later. Same for midweek, matches tend to start at 19:45.
Looking at the English football fixture list at the weekend in order to place a bet can be a daunting task. There is so much choice and so little information on each match, that’s where betting tips come in. Betting tips are there to help you navigate through those fixture lists in order to find value bets you hadn’t considered previously. If you’re new to the betting game, this will allow you to consider markets you may never have heard of before and put you ahead of the average punter in the bookies. In other words, betting tips put you a little more ‘in the know’ when it comes to placing bets on English football matches. We can’t vouch for tips you might receive off of your pal’s, sister’s, cousin but we can vouch for the high standard of our tips and predictions. Each of our previews on English Football have been produced through vast amounts of research in order to help you place bets on matches you may not have had any knowledge about. We highlight the likely outcomes of a match due to a certain player’s exclusion or if a specific team’s are playing away from home in that game.