Football Betting Tips

‘Football is a funny old game’ is a well known cliché and a phrase most commonly associated with on the pitch events, however, it is also funny how all football fans are subconsciously, tipsters. Just about every fan has an opinion about how a game will go when it involves their own club, and the majority of supporters will also have a view about other matches if pressed. The beauty of football is, providing that you keep up to date with latest results, anybody could walk in to a bookmakers and have a good go at predicting the outcome of five football matches. Regardless of whether you enjoy betting or not, if pressed, you could make a prediction about most football matches, particularly if it involves two Premier League clubs, as this is where the majority of media attention is now concentrated and the league that fans know most about.

Football is certainly a matter of opinion, and like with horse racing bets, betting on football can add to the fun and excitement of watching a game. However, all too often, one team will let you down for a big win on your weekly accumulator, a last minute goal will put an end to your correct score bet or the player you backed to score the first goal in a game misses a penalty. You may think that these types of occurrences are down to bad luck, often they are. However, sometimes the disappointment may have been avoided had you done a little more homework about the teams or players that you backed. For example, using the league tables as a form guide or backing the teams that are odds-on on the coupon, is not the way to improve the number of winners you have when football betting.

Spending a little more time looking at other factor related to a football match can prove far more profitable than picking the five teams you think are good bets off the top of your head. Factor such as current form, the number of goals in previous games, home form versus away form, injury news and many other factor, should all be considered but often you don’t have the time to do this, so it is often the case that you are left backing the favourite in the first goal scorer market, when in fact he hasn’t actually scored the first goal for his team all season. This is where we hope to help!

Our Football Tips are the result of time spent studying various factors that may influence a game that the average punter may not consider. At the end of the day, football is about opinions and no prediction is a dead cert. However, we always try to put the odds in our favour and increase the chances of winning.

We can’t promise that each of our football tips will win and we wouldn’t want you to back them instead of your own opinions but we do hope that we may able to provide our readers with a few additional pointers in order to help them pocket a few extra quid.

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