THE PREMIER LEAGUE is the latest heavyweight to join the eSports scene by launching their own FIFA tournament.

This will see some of the best players from England’s top flight such as Trent Alexander-Arnold, Raheem Sterling and Wilfried Zaha go head to head.



 Raheem Sterling will hope to guide Man City to more glory in the eSports world

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Raheem Sterling will hope to guide Man City to more glory in the eSports worldCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Norwich’s Todd Cantwell has appeared in all the high-profile FIFA tournaments so far and is favourite to win this one at 7/2 with William Hill.

Brighton’s Neal Maupay is a close second favourite at 5/2 ahead of Bournemouth’s Philip Billing who is 6/1.

Diogo Jota is 8/1 with Wolves while Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha, Chelsea’s Reece James and Liverpool’s Trent Alexander Arnold are all locked at 16/1 to win outright.

England ace Raheem Sterling is a bigger price at 25/1 to win the tournament.

William Hill: FIFA Premier League eSports outright odds

  • Norwich (Cantwell) 7/2
  • Brighton (Maupay) 5/1
  • Bournemouth (Billing) 6/1
  • Wolves (Jota) 8/1
  • Crystal Palace (Zaha) 16/1
  • Chelsea (James) 16/1
  • Liverpool (Alexander-Arnold) 16/1
  • Tottenham (Sissoko) 25/1
  • Man City (Sterling) 25/1
  • Manchester Utd (Grennan) 25/1
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When are the matches?

Tuesday 21st April – Round 1

1200 – Aston Villa vs Brighton
1315 – Arsenal vs Watford
1430 – Burnley vs West Ham
1545 – Bournemouth vs Southampton

Wednesday 22nd  April – Last 16

1200 – Man City vs Crystal Palace
1300 – Manchester Utd vs Liverpool
1400 – Chelsea vs Everton
1500 – Spurs vs Newcastle

Thursday 23rd April – Last 16

1200 – Wolves vs Leicester
1300 – Norwich vs Sheff Utd
1400 – Aston Villa/Brighton vs Bournemouth/Southampton
1500 – Arsenal/Watford vs Burnley/West Ham

How to watch the tournament?

Fans can tune in to watch their teams compete in a variety of ways online.

The Premier League’s official  YouTubeFacebook and Twitter accounts will show the action live.

While Sky Sports and Twitch will also show the action.

Remember to gamble responsibly

A responsible gambler is someone who:

  • Establishes time and monetary limits before playing
  • Only gambles with money they can afford to lose
  • Never chase their losses
  • Doesn’t gamble if they’re upset, angry or depressed
  • Gamcare- www.gamcare.org.uk
  • Gamble Aware – www.begambleaware.org
Wolves winger Adama Traore reacts hilariously to his FIFA stats



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