EPL stars are currently competing in the ePremier League FIFA Invitational and online bookmaker PointsBet are offering Australian customers the chance to bet on matches.
When is the FIFA ePremier League Invitational?
The tournament got underway earlier this week and is currently at the quarter-final stage. Players are representing their own clubs, with the likes of Raheem Sterling playing for Manchester City and Trent Alexander-Arnold competing for Liverpool.
Quarter-final matches take place on Friday April 24 from 9.00pm AEST, with the semi-finals and final to be played on Saturday April 25.
FIFA ePremier League Live Stream: How do I watch FIFA live online?
All FIFA ePremier League matches are available to stream live online, while Optus customers in Australia also have full access to the competition, including full replays of each day.
If you’re not an Optus subscriber, the matches are free to watch on the Premier League YouTube channel.
FIFA ePremier League Results and Schedule
Round 1 Results:
John McGinn (Aston Villa) 1-6 Neal Maupay (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Josh Franceschi (Arsenal) 4-3 Nathaniel Chalobah (Watford)
Dwight McNeil (Burnley) 3-2 Ryan Fredericks (West Ham United)
Philip Billing (Bournemouth) 4-0 Angus Gunn (Southampton)
Last 16 Results:
Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) 5-4 Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)
Tom Grennan (Manchester United) 1-5 Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)
Reece James (Chelsea) 0-8 Andre Gomes (Everton)
Moussa Sissoko (Tottenham Hotspur) 1-2 Christian Atsu (Newcastle United)
Diogo Jota (Wolves) 8-2 Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City)
Todd Cantwell (Norwich City) 2-6 Lys Mousset (Sheffield United)
Neal Maupay (Brighton & Hove Albion) 4-2 Philip Billing (Bournemouth)
Josh Franceschi (Arsenal) 1-3 Dwight McNeil (Burnley)
Friday 24th April (Quarter-Finals)
Quarter-Final 1: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) vs. Christian Atsu (Newcastle)
Quarter-Final 2: Andre Gomes (Everton) vs. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)
Quarter-Final 3: Diogo Jota (Wolves) vs. Lys Mousset (Sheffield United)
Quarter-Final 4: Neal Maupay (Brighton & Hove Albion) vs. Dwight McNeil (Burnley)
Saturday April 25th
Semi-Final 1: Winner QF1 vs. Winner QF2
Semi-Final 2: Winner QF3 vs. Winner QF4
Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2
FIFA ePremier League Tips: How to bet on FIFA
Online bookmaker PointsBet are offering Australian customers the chance to bet on all FIFA ePremier League matches.
Simply login in to your account and navigate to the eSports section or sign up here to get going.
FIFA ePremier League Tips: Quarter-Finals
Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) vs. Christian Atsu (Newcastle)
Alexander-Arnold beat Tom Grennan, who was representing Manchester United, 5-1 in his opening match and is the big favourite to overcome Atsu, who scraped past Moussa Sissoko in the last eight.
As one of the primary favourites in the competition, Alexander-Arnold is a safe bet to advance into the semi-finals.
Andre Gomes (Everton) vs. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)
Sterling was involved in a goal-fest with Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha in their first round showdown, with the Man City star ultimately prevailing by a 5-4 scoreline.
Defence was an issue for both players and Sterling will likely find it difficult to contain Gomes, who is brimming with confidence following a thumping 8-0 triumph over Reece James of Chelsea in his first round.
Diogo Jota (Wolves) vs. Lys Mousset (Sheffield United)
Jota and Mousset both enjoyed high-scoring victories in their respective first rounds, with Jota conquering Wilfred Ndidi of Leicester 8-2 and Mousset taking out Todd Cantwell of Norwich 6-2.
I quite like the value in Mousset here. Both players proved they can fire in front of goal, but Jota was playing against an opponent who came into the competition without much notice, with Ndidi replacing James Justin at the last minute. This could be an even contest, so backing Mousset or the draw here is great value.
Neal Maupay (Brighton & Hove Albion) vs. Dwight McNeil (Burnley)
Maupay has been praised for his conservative style of play, meaning you’ll need to be a disciplined defender in order to move past him.
McNeil was solid in a 3-1 win over Josh Franceschi, but the common thought pattern here is that it’s going to take a special performance to take out Maupay.