How To Always Win Football Bets is a big promise isn’t it?
But let’s be honest, no one has ever come up with the perfect 100% guaranteed sports betting or trading system.
Even though we believe that our own strategy; THE TWO TRAP GREYHOUND SYSTEM does come pretty close to it.
And if you’re already a member of MBT Sports membership site then you’ll see several other sports strategies that use the two trap greyhound system as part of it’s core systems.
But today, we are here to share with you How To Always Win Football Bets.
As we said earlier, we won’t make that bold promise.
But, what we can do is give you some tips on how to improve your chances of winning your football bets.
Get to know your Sport!
This is true whether we are talking about football or any other sport. It is even more true when looking at sports that don’t lend themselves to a probability system or strategy.
Research, research, research. You can go into piles and piles of statistics and team form in detail if you want to, in fact, many professional sports traders do just that, and they usually specialise in one or two sports and keep very detailed records with analysis on teams and individuals so that they can come up with probable winning bets.
With the power of the internet, many of the stats are freely available if you know where to look. It will take you time to research the ins and outs of matches, the teams and their players. Using online resources, read and take note of the relevant stats and information.
Here’s a great reference site to use; it’s called http://www.whoscored.com. It is an absolute treasure trove of data with statistics on the best goalscorers, defenders, etc. Using the data available you can use this for the side markets in football. Here’s an example; you can research which teams score or concede the most goals before or after halftime; with that knowledge, you could place a bet on the Half-Time/Full-Time result.
Look for Value
I’ll cover how to calculate value, also known as probability, in another article but essentially once you’ve identified value, i.e. if you’ve calculated that the probability of the event you’re trading on exceeds that which is indicated by the probability, then you have a good value bet. Then it’s up to you to decide if it’s worth betting or not.
Side Markets are where it’s at…
Looking for the markets with the best value? Then always have a look at the match side markets, or sometimes called specials. Here you’ll find an array of markets, from over/under, half time / full time, correct score, to name just a few.
It may seem counterintuitive to go for specials, but these are often the markets that can improve the probability of a win. Here’s an example of specials where you can improve your likelihood of winning, that is to say giving yourself an edge.
Looking at the two markets; both teams to score and the over 1.5 goals market. In these markets quite often you’ll be able to make a better profit (or at least the same) betting on over 1.5 goals instead of both teams to score. That’s because over 1.5 goals mean you win if there’s 2 or more goals scored, by either team. But both teams to score market relies on both teams scoring. The odds will reflect this, but which of the two markets do you think to have a higher probability of happening?
Speculate to Accumulate, well kind of….
Accumulators or multi bets are a good way of increasing profit when you are trading on what both you and the online bookmakers believe to be a high probability of success. The downside is that often the odds are shorter and really short in some instances.
So how do you turn a profit with shorter odds? Accumulators of course.
Be warned though. As you know anything with humans (or animals for that matter) involved has an unpredictable edge to it. So having an 8-match accumulator with teams at 1.25 and below (some as low as 1.01) is destined for tragedy. We can almost guarantee that you would lose an 8-bet accumulator with 8 favourites on short odds.
No, if you are going to have multi-bets, keep it to trebles or 4-folds maximum, that’s our advice.
There you have it, a simple guide that will help you win more football match markets.
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Now we want to turn it over to you. Which of these systems will you use first? Are you going to use the single low odds markets or an accumulator market? Either way, let us know in the comments.
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