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With the new campaign fast approaching, the best betting minds behind the stats-based site are busy compiling extensive coverage from across Europe

The Soccerway weekly betting guide proved an essential companion for punters throughout the 2016-17 season and the team are already springing back into action.

To celebrate the start of the new campaign there will be a bumper pre-season betting guide produced, covering every Premier League club in detail as well as key markets such as league winner, top goalscorer, relegation and more.

Last season the tips included Chelsea to win the Premier League at 6/1 (7.0), Sunderland to be relegated (11/4) and Arsenal to finish outside the top four at 11/8 (2.38).

As usual this will be available free to all Soccerway members, the thousands of bettors already signed up will automatically recieve a copy via email as soon as it's released.

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Don't worry if you're not yet registered though, simply sign up for free here and you too will be in prime position to get the best punting pearls of wisdom.

Not only will the publication take England's top flight into consideration but the Championship too, which looks like an extremely open betting heat.

They'll have the European angles covered too, with analysis from Spain, Germany and Italy so whatever your focus then the pre-season guide should have something of interest.

All that plus a look at what the bookmakers are expecting from the next few months as well as some of the best offers for both new and existing customers.

Once you're a Soccerway member there's also the weekly betting guides to look forward to throughout the season. They'll include analysis from across the footballing world as well as a range of different betting angles covering the vast array of markets available to the online punter.

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