Football Betting

Stoke City Betting

Nobody likes to go there on a cold Tuesday night in February, in fact nobody likes a trip to the Britannia Stadium. Over the last decade Stoke have firmly placed themselves as Premier League stalwarts.

The club finished 13th last season under Mark Hughes and will want to push on further up that table and replicate the finishes of West Brom and Bournemouth last season.

The club have made some good signings this summer and the likes of Jese Rodriguez will certainly boost the Stoke betting odds of a top half finish.

Stoke City Mark Hughes

Hughes has completely changed the playing style of the club, and many Stoke betting tips from pundits will be pushing them further and further away from relegation and into an area where, with a bit of luck, they could be challenging for the League Cup or FA Cup.

The 2017/18 season will be an interesting one for the Potters, and if Hughes and the club can get it right, the club may well be worth a few free bets as they head that little bit deeper into the top 10.

Stoke City League Betting Odds

At we’ll deliver you the best Stoke betting odds for the 2017/18 season. Every week we will give you all the Stoke betting predictions in the Premier League as well as finding the perfect free bets and enhanced odds to match.

As well as all the league and cup odds, we’ll also find you the best betting odds on the club’s top scorer, their chances of Europa League qualification, and any other interesting and profit-boosting odds we come across.

Stoke’s main chance of silverware will undoubtedly come in the FA Cup. The club finished runners up back in 2011, so Hughes, and the City faithful, will be desperate to go that one step further this term.

Stoke City Transfers 2017/18

It’s been another good summer for Stoke City, with some key figures coming into the Britannia.

Stoke City Squad

Players In:

Kevin Wimmer – £19.4million from Tottenham Hotspur

Kurt Zouma – Loan from Chelsea

Bruno Martins Indi – £7.7million from FC Porto

Josh Tymon – Free Transfer from Hull City

Darren Fletcher – Free Transfer from West Brom

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting – Free Transfer from Schalke 04

Jese – Loan from PSG

Players Out:

Marko Arnautovic – £22.3million to West Ham

Joselu – £5.5million to Newcastle United

Philipp Wollscheid – £2.5million to FC Metz

Jonathan Walters – £2.3million to Burnley

Glenn Whelan – £1.7million to Aston Villa

Phil Bardsley – £840k to Burnley

Daniel Bachmann – Free Transfer to Watford

George Waring – Free Transfer to Tranmere Rovers

Giannelli Imbula – Loan to Toulouse

Ryan Sweeney – Loan to Bristol Rovers

Bojan Krkic – Loan to Alaves

Marc Muniesa – Loan to Girona

Stoke City 2017/18:


Jack Butland, Lee Grant, Jakob Haugaard


Kurt Zouma, Bruno Martins Indi, Ryan Shawcross, Kevin Wimmer, Geoff Cameron, Erik Pieters, Josh Tymon, Glen Johnson


Joe Allen, Charlie Adam, Darren Fletcher, Ibrahim Afellay, Stephen Ireland, Jese, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Ramadan Sobhi, Xherdan Shaqiri, Thibaud Verlinden


Saido Berahino, Mame Diouf, Peter Crouch, Julien Ngoy

Upcoming Matches:

Here you’ll find all the latest fixtures for Stoke City…


14/10: Manchester City v Stoke City

21/10: Stoke City v Bournemouth

28/10: Watford v Stoke City


04/11: Stoke City v Leicester City

20/11: Brighton v Stoke City

25/11: Crystal Palace v Stoke City

29/11: Stoke City v Liverpool

How to Bet on Stoke City

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Stoke City Honours & Records:

Premier League/First Division: 0

Champions League/European Cup: 0

Europa League/UEFA Cup: 0

FA Cup: 0

League Cup: 1

Most Appearances: Eric Skeels – 592

Highest Goalscorer: John Ritchie – 176