Increase your winning in football betting: what the betting company don’t want you to know
When it comes to the world of football betting and sport betting in general, everyone will have good days and bad days, but if you can read through this article, you should soon be able to spot the best value bets and hopefully reap the rewards. If there was an unbeatable formula, betting company would have gone out of business and we will all be millionaires
- Know your sport inside out
- Don’t bet with your heart
- Favorite doesn’t always win
- The fewer selections, the better
- Don’t just stick to one bet company
- Consider the less obvious markets
- Make sure you understand the markets
There are some kind of details that goes beyond knowing which football team has won their previous matches, details like how well did the teams played offensively and defensively, were they good at keeping possession or were they lucky, do they have a major injury blow of key players, any player in the team facing suspension. This will help inform your betting and will better prepare you for spotting those good value markets when placing your bets.
Every now and then you want your team to win. You want it so badly you even start to convince yourself it is possible. Before you know it you believe it so much that you then stake on it. Similarly avoid important games like derby games. There is always more at stake during events like this
Let this sink into your head and always remember this whenever you trying to place your bets. A good example of this is the game of Chelsea vs Bournemouth played on the 31st of Feb 2017/2018 season. Many had Chelsea as the favorite to win but at the end of the match the reverse was the case with wide goal lead range, that must gave been a flawless victory for the away team.
This is another thing you must always be conscious of when placing your bet but punters forgets all the time. The fewer the selections you include in your bet the more chance you stand of winning Always remember again if you are betting to make money think small not big
Bet companies will always try and lure you to bet with them only through different loyalty schemes or special bonuses. Don’t let them make you think you should not shop around to see which bet company has the higher odds for the markets you want to stake on.
Again, once you’ve done enough research, you should know you’re sport well enough to find better value in the hundreds of other markets the bookies offer.It is arguably a way for the bookies just to provide you with more ways to lose but you can find the good prices if you look hard enough For example, you might not feel safe putting Tottenham to beat Man Utd in your accumulator. They’re higher than them in the league but does that mean they’re a stronger team?
While still on the subject of less obvious markets, if you do pick an obscure one, make sure to check the terms with the betting company very well. A common mistake is the half time/full time bet vs to win both halves. If you put a HT/FT bet on, your team simply has to be winning at half time and then win the match. If you back your team to win both halves, you are betting on them to win the first half and the second half separately. The team must score more goals than the opposition in both halves for you to win your bet. It’s a subtle difference but frustrating for punters who come looking to collect winnings when they’re team was leading 2-1 at half time and won the match 2-1. The second-half score must have been 0-0 and so the bet goes down
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