English Premier League Stats For Profit & Loss (2020)

Find out from our stats which teams in the England Premier League have yielded the biggest profit and which teams are the ones to avoid for the 2019/2020 season with our handy Profit & Loss tables.

England Premier League Stats Table


5Man United29£67.4023%
8Crystal Palace29£44.3015%
9Sheffield United28£19.907%
12West Ham29-£22.80-8%
14Man City28-£52.20-19%
18Aston Villa28-£81.60-29%


6Man United15£28.4019%
8Sheffield United15£9.707%
12Aston Villa13-£3.80-3%
13Crystal Palace15-£17.60-12%
14Man City13-£22.30-17%
18West Ham14-£42.10-30%


4Crystal Palace14£61.9044%
7Man United14£39.0028%
9West Ham15£19.3013%
10Sheffield United13£10.208%
13Man City15-£29.90-20%
16Aston Villa15-£77.80-52%


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England Premier League Profit & Loss Stats

The purpose of our Premier League Profit & Loss tables is to see how much each team would have returned had you backed them to win every game with £10 level stakes. You can then spot, at a glance, who has been providing the best value over the course of the campaign.

The table below ranks all 20 Premier League sides based on profitability (#1 being most profitable).

You can select (using the tabs) to see data based on ‘Overall‘ results (Home & Away form combined), ‘Home‘ results (home form only) and ‘Away‘ results (away form only). The data is updated every day.

We also provide P&L stats for the following leagues:


  • PD – The total number of ‘Matches Played' during the season so far.
  • P/L – Total profit or loss if £10 was staked on this team to win every game.
  • ROI (Return On Investment) – Total profit or loss as a % of total stakes if £10 was staked on this team to win every game.

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How Are The Profit & Loss Figures Calculated

As mentioned earlier, the Profit & Loss (P/L) statistics are calculated as if you were to back each team to win every game with £10 stakes using odds from bet365. The data is then added together cumulatively throughout the season to give the total profit or loss each team would gave generated.

ROI (Return On Investment) is calculated by dividing the total Profit/Loss by the number of matches played and then converted into a percentage.

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England Premier League

The English Premier League is the highest of four professional football divisions in England and Wales. Known internationally as the EPL for short, the Premier League is one division higher than the English Football Championship and is the most watched sporting competition in world sport.

As you might expect from such a popular competition, betting on the EPL is huge. And, while the season does usually tend to play out as expected with the top teams occupying the highest and most rewarding places and the poorest teams nearer the bottom, as is the way with English football, you can never rule out the likelihood of a surprise result which always keeps the betting interesting.

Fortunately, you can give yourself an edge over the bookies by using our handy Profit & Loss tables to find out for yourself which teams in the English Premier League have yielded the biggest profit and which teams are the ones to avoid.

What Will Happen to England Premier League 2019/20 Following Corona Outbreak

As of yet, no final decision has been made although this is very much a case of watch this space. A more clarified position will no doubt be declared anytime soon. As we stand, all professional football in England is in a state of shutdown until April 3, 2020. At the time of writing, UEFA are planning to hold talks on Tuesday 17 March 2020 in order to determine what will happen to this year’s Euro 2020 tournament that was scheduled to take place over the summer. Should, as expected, this event be postponed, delayed or cancelled, this would leave space for the Premier League and others to be completed then, allowing the remaining few outcomes to be concluded. While this could impact future tournaments, it’s important to remember that the next ‘summer’ world cup, has already been moved to Autumn 2022 as FIFA agreed that Qatar’s climate would be unsuitable for football that time of year.

Future European domestic seasons will of course be impacted by this, so this could prove to be a good time for these leagues to blend seamlessly into that adjustment and reduce its impact. Of course, the season could just be called off altogether, something that nobody wants, but what happens to the outstanding outcomes remains unclear. At 25 points clear, Liverpool were certain winners but it remains to be seen whether they will end their 30 year wait for a title. The relegation spots are also still to be finalised as well as promotions and relegations throughout the football league so there really is a lot to sort out as we await an announcement soon.

England Premier League 2019/20 Odds, Tips & Predictions

These are the current available odds for these certain English Premier League markets, and all odds are correct at the time of writing.

England Premier League 2019/20 Outright Odds

Liverpool1/750William Hill
Manchester City100/1Bet365

England Premier League 2019/20 Top Four Finish Odds

Manchester City1/200William Hill
Leicester City1/4William Hill
Manchester United7/4BetVictor
Wolverhampton Wanderers8/1BetVictor
Sheffield United14/1888sport
Arsenal17/1Paddy Power
Tottenham Hotspur20/1Unibet
Everton250/1Paddy Power

England Premier League 2019/20 To Be Relegated Odds

Norwich City1/16Bet365
Aston Villa2/5Paddy Power
Bournemouth4/5William Hill
West Ham United11/5Sporting Bet
Watford5/2William Hill
Brighton and Hove Albion11/4Betfred
Newcastle United22/1Betfair

England Premier League 2019/20 Top Scorer Odds

Jamie Vardy13/8William Hill
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang7/2888sport
Sergio Aguero4/1Sporting Bet
Mohamed Salah5/1Bet365
Sadio Mane16/1Unibet
Danny Ings20/1Betfred

England Premier League 2019/20 Outright Tips & Predictions

As we stand, barring a monumental collapse the likes of which we have never seen before, Liverpool, who at the time of writing are 25 points clear at the top, will be crowned Premier League champions within the next few weeks. For Jurgen Klopp’s Reds, this will bring an end to 30 years of hurt as England’s most successful ever team have remarkably not won the top flight competition since 1990, then under the charge of club legend Kenny Dalglish. At this point, many bookmakers have closed the books on this market and paid out early.

England Premier League 2019/20 European Top Four Finish Tips & Predictions

The top four places in the EPL will, under normal circumstances, each qualify for the Champions League. The 2019/20 season however has thrown a curve ball our way. With Liverpool 25 points clear at the top and already assured of their place, Manchester City are second by four points over Leicester City in third. As the time of writing, Manchester City have been banned from the European Champions League for the next two seasons as well as being fined £24.9 million for serious breaches of UEFA's financial fair play regulations. This decision, the club assure us, will be vehemently challenged in court, and may well yet be overturned. Either way, Pep Guardiola’s Citizens should finish second, while Leicester also look a good bet to finish within these four spots. The last available position is somewhat cloudier. Chelsea are the current occupants and definitely have the capability to stick in there, but they are being hunted down by the likes of Arsenal, Spurs and Manchester United. That said, there will be many rooting for the more surprising inclusion of Sheffield United and/or Wolves come May.

England Premier League 2019/20 to be Relegated Tips & Predictions

As things stand, Norwich City are four points clear at the bottom having played one game more than Aston Villa who sit 19th. Given this information, it is hard to make a compelling case for The Canaries to still be holding Premier League status next season. With three teams tied on 27 points, immediately above Aston Villa’s 25, the door is quickly closing on Villa’s one season back in the topflight. If we consider these two gone, even if all hope has not yet been lost, then the three teams tied on 27 – West Ham, Watford and Bournemouth – look the most vulnerable as the trap door begins to open up. While other teams such as Brighton, Newcastle and even Southampton could yet get drawn into the dog fight, there is some daylight between them and the threatened three. Of those three, you could take your pick, but Watford have shown more heart than the other two since Nigel Pearson took charge, as evidenced by their recent beating of Liverpool, the only team to beat the Reds in over a year. And, while Bournemouth have more experience in the top flight than the other two, West Ham look shaky at best and bad ownership coupled with an ever changing coaching regime plus underfunded facilities could see the Hammers drop.

England Premier League 2019/20 Top Scorer Tips

Sitting two goals clear of the chasing pack, Leicester’s Jamie Vardy, recently back from injury, looks the man to beat. Vardy has undoubtedly been aided by Brendan Rodgers’ free flowing philosophy and if he remains fit for the remainder of the season, he might well be holding onto the golden boot by the end of the season. Arsenal's Pierre Emerick Aubameyang has two goals less than Vardy but what becomes of Arsenal’s season remains to be seen after their recently appointed manager Mikel Arteta was struck down as part of the global endemic. Aubameyang joint won the award last season with fellow Africans, the Liverpool pair of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané. Salah, on 16 goals, and Mané, on 14, have enjoyed quieter seasons on a personal level as Liverpool attempted to go an entire season without losing. Recent defeat to Watford however, coupled with elimination from the Champions League, means that, with the title as good as in the bag, a free-er Liverpool could be unleashed on the rest of their fixture list meaning some heavy scores might well be posted soon as normal service is resumed. This could well see the pair rocket up this chart. Also, in the hunt is former Liverpool striker Danny Ings who has enjoyed a great season but as his Southampton team frantically tries to avoid relegation, they may well switch to a more defensive style which could hamper his numbers. Over at Manchester City, Premier League legend Sergio Agüero is old acquaintances with the golden boot and would be no shock winner if he took the trophy home again.

PL Old Trophy

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Why Stats Help With Betting on England Premier League

The idea behind using the most up to date statistics possible to help with your betting is that an informed bet is your best bet. That’s right, by far the best way to gamble that is most likely to provide a return on investment is to do your homework prior to laying down your money. This way you have some idea of what might happen rather than following a mere, and let’s face it unreliable, hunch.

Knowledge is Power

Information and as much of it as possible is the best way to beat the bookies. The best information is the data and relevant event statistics, the fresher the better. This is the purpose of the table above. You can use this to find out what happened in the last matches played and, most importantly, understand why things played out the way they did. Utilising these latest statistics will prove to be one of the key factors in successful betting.

Because The Bookies Use Stats Too

When the bookies are drawing up their odds for an event, they use the very same statistics above to draft their odds based on probabilities and likelihood of outcomes. These outcomes are based on historical data drawn from previous events that allow the bookmaker to predict what might happen and price it up accordingly, and of course in their favour.

England Premier League Structure

As of 1995, the Premier League has been made up of 20 teams, all of which play each other twice a season, once at their home ground and once away. Three points are awarded for a win and one point for a draw. As the points accumulate on the board, teams will find their natural place on the league table with the better teams traditionally picking up the most points over the season and occupying the high-end places. Likewise, the poorer teams tend to lose the most games, miss out on the most points and end up somewhere near the bottom of the table. At the top of the table, the team that finish top will be crowned the Premier League champions, while the following three positions will join the champions in the following season’s European Champions League. These four qualifiers are the highest finishing top four teams. Down at the bottom, positions 18, 19 and 20 – the bottom three – will be relegated into the EFL Championship to be replaced by three teams that get promoted from that same division. The Premier League’s football seasons run from August to May in line with the rest of European football with a summer transfer window that stretches from June 01 through August as well as a winter window that lasts the month of January.

History of England Premier League

The Premier League was established in 1992 after a restructuring of English football that began when the First Division clubs of the time broke up a 104 year-old alliance when they resigned from the Football League in May 1992 to form a breakaway Premier League. The inaugural campaign started on Saturday 15 August of that year. Originally, when it was first known as The FA English Premiership, there were 22 clubs in league, a figure later reduced to 20 in 1995. As of 2007, it was rebranded as The Premier League.

Past Winners

SeasonWinnerRunner Up
2018/19Manchester CityLiverpool
2017/18Manchester CityManchester United
2016/17ChelseaTottenham Hotspur
2015/16Leicester CityArsenal
2014/15ChelseaManchester City
2013/14Manchester CityLiverpool
2012/13Manchester UnitedManchester City
2011/12Manchester CityManchester United
2010/11Manchester UnitedChelsea
2009/10ChelseaManchester United
2008/09Manchester UnitedLiverpool
2007/08Manchester UnitedChelsea
2006/07Manchester UnitedChelsea
2005/06ChelseaManchester United
2002/03Manchester UnitedArsenal
2000/01Manchester UnitedArsenal
1999/2000Manchester UnitedArsenal
PL Match Ball

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England Premier League Key Stats

  • There are only five ever present teams to have played in the EPL, Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, plus the only three teams to have never been relegated from the topflight, Arsenal, Everton and Liverpool.
  • Three teams share the record for the most EPL defeats in a season of 29, Ipswich Town, Sunderland and Derby County.
  • In 2017/18 Manchester City plundered an EPL record 106 goals scored in a season
  • On the 15th August 1992 Brian Deane scored the 1st ever EPL goal as Sheffield United beat Manchester United.
  • Alan Shearer is the highest ever EPL goal scorer with 260.


English Premier League FAQ

🎰 How Many Teams Qualify For The European Champions League?

Four teams will qualify for the European Champions League.

💰 What About The Europa League, How Many Teams Qualify For That?

Three teams will make it into the Europa League, although strictly speaking these do not need to be Premier League teams. As yet however, only Premier League teams have participated in the competition.

💳 How Does That Work Then?

Whilst the fifth placed team in the Premier League qualify for the group stage proper, they will be joined by two other English teams. These are the winners of the FA Cup who also qualify for the group stage proper and the winners of the EFL Cup who will qualify for the second qualifying round.

💶 How Many Teams Will Get Relegated to The Championship?

The three teams that finish on the bottom of the table will drop down a division next season.

⚖️ Will Any Other Teams Replace Them?

Yes, three teams will be promoted from the Championship.


ThePuntersPage Final Say

One of the major topflight European domestic leagues and the most watched in the world, The Premier League is as exciting as football gets. Posting more shock results than any other tourney, the EPL provides bettors with a whole host of great value betting opportunities over the course of a long season. This season, as with most of the European football seasons, stretches from August until May during which the entertainment value never drops below anything other than incredible.