My aim is to produce a through and completely unbiased review of Daniel Soulsby’s Football Betting Tipster program. Now I’m doing this for a few reasons, I’m football mad and I also like a bet, especially on the football. In this article I’m going to give you idea’s on how to approach football betting.
- Go through the football coupon and list the teams you think will win, take no notice whatsoever of the odds.
- Do research regarding that particular team and their opponent for that weekend, you’ll be surprised how many people just blind back teams. This isn’t good and we all do it. Imagine backing a team with their best player out injured or suspended and you didn’t know about it? Or backing a team to win away against a team who’s home record is outstanding. You may be sitting there now thinking you always do that, but do you really? I know I’ve blind backed teams in the past and it’s cost me dear.
- Thirdly, use an on-line odds comparison site. This is a major key area with punters and I’m astounded by the amount of people who don’t do this. The difference in prices between bookmakers is amazing and can cost you fortunes. For example, this weekend England travel to Moldova to play the first game of the World Cup 2014 qualifying campaign. The best price for Danny Welbeck to score first is 5/1, yet it’s as low as 3/1 with some firms. That might not sound much but think about it, you and your friend think it’s a good bet. You both have a bet but with different bookmakers, he gets the 5/1 and you get the 3/1. How sick will you feel when you’ve both had the same bet, staked the same amount, yet he’s got more in return than you? You won’t feel good I can promise you that.
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