Premier League Betting Props: Highest Scoring Team, Man City and Liverpool Odds

Premier League Betting Props 2019/20
  • Odds for the highest scoring team of the English Premier League 2019/20 are between Man City and Liverpool
  • Odds on how many clean sheets David de Gea can keep are listed
  • The over/under on how many penalties has been set at 97.5

The opening game of the Premier League get’s under way on Aug 9. Liverpool are set to host Norwich City in what’s expected to be another exciting season – are you ready?

We have picked some of our favourite football betting props for the English Premier League from BetOnline listed below.

Odds on the highest scoring team

Man City-240

Man City open as the oddsmakers favouite to be the highest scoring team of the 2019/20 season. Wager $240 to profit if Man City are successful, meanwhile Liverpool are underdogs to achieve this, put $100 to profit $210. The field is set at +1200 for any team, which notably could be Tottenham, Chelsea or even Man Utd.

Odds on how many clean sheets will David de Gea keep

David de GeaOdds
Over 12½ Clean Sheets-115
Under 12½ Clean Sheets-115

Defending champions Manchester City are gunning for a 3rd consecutive title, they will likely be contested by the Champions of Europe – Liverpool who are desperate to go one step further than last season.

Odds on best placed between Tottenham vs Man Utd

Man Utd+130

The odds for who will finish the league further up the Premier League table between Tottenham vs Man Utd, pit Tottenham as the favourites to place ahead of Man Utd.


One of the big spenders this season has been Tottenham have spent big this summer while Chelsea’s appointment of Frank Lampard as manger is a popular choice with fans, they have not made any notable signings with Eden Hazard leaves a massive gap.

Odds on how many penalties will be converted

Soccer SpecialOdds
Over 97½ Penalty Goals-115
Under 97½ Penalty Goals-115

According to FantasyBet – “In the 2018/19 Premier League season there were 103 penalties taken by 40 different takers. 84 (81.55%) of the penalties were scored and 19 (18.45%) were missed.”

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