Top 5 biggest rivalries in English Premier League

Tottenham has long been the superior club of the two London rivals. Between 1996 and 2004, Arsenal won three Premier League crowns and three FA Cups. Both sides have slipped out of the championship competition in recent years, but that hasn't dampened the intensity on the pitch when these two teams meet.

#5  North London Derby: Arsenal vs. Tottenham

The distance between Anfield and Goodison Park is less than a mile, yet this nasty and vicious derby actually divides residents. Until Liverpool's comeback, Everton was the city's most successful club. Liverpool is now the superior team, and the EPL betting odds reflect this. 

#4The Merseyside Derby: Liverpool vs. Everton

This is a modern rivalry. It is a rivalry formed of rivalry between Liverpool's history and tradition and City's new money and boundless desire. There are several storylines surrounding this new rivalry. Liverpool's trophy cabinet may dwarf City's, but it just feeds the Manchester club's desire to reduce the gap.

#3 Liverpool vs. Manchester City

They are by far the most successful and well-supported clubs in the Premier League. It has all the makings of a fantastic rivalry. It’s the biggest rivalry in the Premier League, and the genuine dislike between the two clubs is demonstrated by the fact that no player has been ever transferred directly.

#2 North West Derby: Liverpool vs. Manchester United

Manchester City was the dominant power before to World War II, but United began to rise in strength and success in the later half of the twentieth century. City's form collapsed in the 1990s, and they were relegated to the third division of English soccer. They were insignificant to United, who dismissed them as "noisy neighbours." 

#1 Manchester Derby: Manchester United vs. Manchester City