How The EPL Games Panned Out
Below you can see the running totals of how the game finished in relation to the odds, in the majority of cases, the underdog has the longest odds.
In some instances however the draw is the largest of the odds, especially if teams are well matched.
|Results||After Week 19|
Every round of EPL matches saw a least one surprise.
Up to week 19, the results percentages were as follows.
- The shortest odds won 62.22% of the time.
- The longest odds won 18.88% of the time.
- The middle odds won 18.88% of the time.
Here you can see an example from Week 13 of how the games finished
|Home||Away||Result||Home Odds||Draw Odds||Away Odds|
|Burnley||Tottenham|| || || || |
|Crystal Palace||Aston Villa||1-2||2.38||3.42||3.43|
|Manch City||West Ham||2-1||1.3||6.5||11.5|
- Shortest Odds Have A Blue Background
- Longest Odds Have a Red Background
- Middle Odds Have A Green Background
The stats indicate that we should not be put off backing bigger priced selections, all we need to decide is which will be the teams that cause an upset.
A couple of things to remember, all the odds quoted were the best odds available, please make sure you always take the best odds from the best betting sites on OLBG.
Each round of football fixtures can be tipped in the OLBG football tipping competitions
You can view a breakdown of individual weekly odds via this EPL Results Blog.