The 2020/21 Premier League season is well underway and seasoned bettors are likely enjoying all of the goals, as well as various other aspects of the action. It’s also quite likely that the new campaign has attracted more people looking to get their bets on but aren’t very familiar with the practice. 

For the most part, betting is pretty straightforward. However, persons who are new to the discipline will undoubtedly opt for simplicity with regard to betting sites and apps. The latter has become more popular over time as folks are keen on being able to get things done on the go through the use of their smartphones.

A number of the more popular betting sites do offer apps as part of their service; those can be installed in under a minute and users would only need to input their betting account details to enjoy pretty much the same benefits they would if they used a computer.

Bet365, possibly the biggest name on the UK betting scene and certainly a leader in the bookmaking industry, has one of the best applications around. It could be downloaded both on Android and iOS and offers a wide selection of betting options on various sports, both pre-match and in-play. The platform doesn’t only have match result odds available and, where the Premier League is concerned, punters can also bet on halftime scorelines, over/under goals, goalscorer names, yellow/red cards, first to score and correct scoreline predictions, among several other offers.

Ladbrokes, another popular UK betting platform, also boasts a great app that offers pretty unique features such as the GetaPrice option that allows users to combine match and player stats with a customized bet slip.

William Hill also has a neat application. The bookmaker typically has bonuses on offer for customers signing up via its app. New signups can usually enjoy English Premier League betting by using free bets from various companies, but William Hill is among those offering special perks for new signups specific to the app.

The UK company, though, was recently bought by U.S firm Caesars for $3.7 billion. The transaction was completed this week and, while the takeover could see physical storefronts close in the UK, the site and app should remain available.

As it pertains to the betting itself, current champions Liverpool are the favorites to lift the Premier League trophy at the end of the current season; the Anfield side was attached to 4/5 odds by William Hill at the time of writing, having gone ahead of Manchester City following a humbling at the hands of Leicester City at the end of September. William Hill had City at 13/8 at the time of writing.