Bookie Busters weekend edition: EPL Kickoff

Harry Kane is the favorite to league the EPL in goals. Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

Soccer fans have been waiting patiently while recovering from World Cup fever. The wait is over, Friday brings us the kickoff of the English Premier League.

We are doing Bookie Busters a little different now. I'll be updating my plays on this same article throughout the weekend. That way nobody misses the plays, just click my latest articles as I update plays. This will be crucial during football when we fire off halftime/live bets.

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Manchester City    -150
Liverpool    +400
Manchester United    +750
Chelsea    +1200
Tottenham    +1600
Arsenal    +2500
Everton    +20000
Leicester    +30000
Wolves    +30000
Burnley    +50000
Newcastle    +50000
Southampton    +50000
West Ham    +50000
Crystal Palace    +75000
Cardiff City    +100000
Fulham    +100000
Bournemouth    +100000
Brighton    +100000
Huddersfield    +100000
Watford    +100000

I personally love Liverpool this season. 4-1 seems a little short after the recent signings and the public had jumped on board.

Champion prediction: Liverpool   2U


Team    Odds
Harry Kane (Tottenham)    +300
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)    +450
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal)    +700
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)    +800
Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United)    +850
Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City)    +1000
Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal)    +2500
Alvaro Morata (Chelsea)    +2500
Eden Hazard (Chelsea)    +3300
Alexis Sanchez (Manchester United)    +3300
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool)    +3300
Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)    +3300
Olivier Giroud (Chelsea)    +4000
Leroy Sane (Manchester City)    +4000
Jamie Vardy (Leicester)    +5000
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)    +5000
Sadio Mane (Liverpool)    +6600
Cenk Tosun (Everton)    +6600
Marko Arnautovic (West Ham)    +6600
Riyad Mahrez (Leicester)    +6600
Christian Benteke (Crystal Palace)    +8000
Anthony Martial (Manchester United)    +8000
Javier Hernandez (West Ham)    +10000
Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester)    +10000
Dele Alli (Tottenham)    +10000
Charlie Austin (Southampton)    +10000
David Silva (Manchester City)    +10000
Javier Hernandez (West Ham)    +10000
Danny Welbeck (Arsenal)    +15000
Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)    +15000
Christian Eriksen (Tottenham)    +15000
Callum Wilson (Bournemouth)    +15000

Eden Hazard had one of the best performances at Russia 2018. Now, he comes into the season sitting at 33-1 to win top goalscorer this season, I'll take those odds.

Eden Hazard .5U


Leicester at Manchester United - EPL Regular Season Kickoff
Manchester United team total over 1.5        MAX 5U -140   WINNER

Match Result and O/U 1.5 Goals
United and Over   MAX 5U -125   WINNER


Cardiff vs Bournemouth

Bournemouth -110 ML  2U   WINNER


Cerro vs Nacional

Over 1 First Half   -160  MAX  PUSH


Utrecht vs PSV

Over 3 4U   WINNER





Over 3.5     MAX WINNER



Over 3     MAX  LOSS



Over 3     MAX   LOSS

Pool/West ham  

Over 3  3U   WINNER

Arsenal/ City     


Updated 8/14    6:15 PM CST


Rapids/ Galaxy 

Over 3 MAX


I'll be updating all weekend, stay tuned!!


For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoKnowz on twitter. Check out Moneyline on Sundays from 10 a.m. - noon with Josh Jordan on ESPN 97.5.


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Green will miss the rest of the season needing shoulder surgery, and if Stingley is placed on IR and misses 4 games, he will have only played in 11 of a possible 23 games to start his career. Don't forget, Stingley missed time due to a hamstring issue in 2022 as well.

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