Who are you tipping to win the premiership this season? Is it in the bag for Man City, or is Mourinho going to continue his roll of second season successes?
The returns on these types of bets aren’t great. Even with a high stake you’ll be lucky to be doubling your money. So how are big bets won? Well, to start with you’ll need some tips, football tips, obviously.
There was a good offer in the SPL a few weeks ago, we all know Celtic have it in the bag but we found a 16/1 offer for them to remain unbeaten throughout the season. Not bad offer we reckon.
A quick online search will produce reams of tipsters, ensure you go for a tipster who regularly updates his site or blog. A good example is a site like Footy Accumulators, who provide tips for football matches regularly. If you use a site where there are just updates via social channels then you’re probably just getting your tips of someone who’s borrowing them from sites such as Footy Accumulators.
Ensure you get tips from seasoned online tipsters by checking out the reviews they produce, if they don’t have previews then move on and leave them alone.
The study of a team’s form and performance is essential when assessing the likely result.
Done well, an accumulator can land you a good return from a relatively small stake. When we say done well, we’re not alluring to exceptional skills but more to using the variety of markets available on a given game. For example, along with picking winners or losers you can also throw in a both teams to score selection or may be add a handicap.
What’s a Handicap?
These are offers provided by bookies on individual matches. You’ll find an array of handicaps when you click on available markets next to or near to where the game is displayed. You can predict the score, first goal scorer and even pick the time of the first goal.
This is a Both Teams To Score offer, these are great for building up your odds. Check out the teams with leaky defences but high score rates. There’s several in the league but why not go one stage further and check which teams have an injured defender, or who’s taken a knock recently? There’s enough information online to enable you to build up a good impression of how a team is likely to perform with this data to hand, so use it wisely.
How do you get on with your tips? Let us know, we love hearing from you.