Soccer Betting isn’t the rocket science that many tipsters allow you to believe but nor is it as easy as we would all like it to be. Meticulous research and knowing your markets are the cornerstones to any successful investment strategy. In this article I will highlight some common sense approaches to soccer betting.
It is clear that everyone if given the opportunity, would love to earn from something that gives them so much enjoyment.
If you love soccer, then the opportunity of earning tax-free money all while you are partaking in your favourite passtime of watching your favourite sport, is a dream come true. Well dream no more because for every 95 people who lose money betting soccer long-term there are 5 people who stay ahead of the game.
How do they do this? Well, put simply, they invest their time and energy into researching soccer as if it were a normal day-to-day business. Only then can it be made possible to consistently beat the handicapper/bookmaker.
At UBET4ME, we have taken this approach to the next level. Quite simply it doesn’t get any more professional when it comes to mathematical modelling in conjunction with monitoring the subjective elements of team truc tiep bong da hom nay news, injuries, suspensions, management and dressing room upheaval and other emotive factors. So just as the Sportsbooks/Bookmakers, have their team busily putting together their pricing, so we have our own team, taking each of those prices apart piece by piece.
Why we don’t need to be their size is because we concentrate on UK soccer, and very narrow markets within it, while they have to price up every sport under the sun to ensure that customers keep coming back to them. Tipsters who back international markets such as the Budesliga, Serie A or the Primera Liga in Spain, cannot be taken seriously because how are they going to know more than the local residents in these respective countries who have lived and breathed these divisions all there lives. I appreciate that the advent of the internet has brought a lot of information into the public domain, but where money is at stake, every angle has to be covered. This is why we believe in staying within the UK, at ground level, to leverage our betting advantages against the handicappers.
The first thing to understand about soccer is that it is a team game. Eleven against eleven, so there is very little chance of impropreity taking place interms of collusion between both teams to reach a predetermined outcome. While strange things often take place in European competitions, especially in group formats, league soccer betting is in the main very clean. This cannot be said of horseracing and tennis, and other sports events where it is one person against another.
Soccer is a dynamic force in so much as it constantly evolves from the start of the season to the end. To crystalise this point, the manager of the month awards do get shared around clubs in all the four leagues, but more so in the Championship, League 1, and League 2. The reason this is, is because each team has a run of form, which often happens over 3 to 4 weeks. It is in this run of form, where these teams chances of success are not truly reflected by the prices that are marked up about them.
Bookmakers, although they will be loathed to admit it, rely very heavily on league tables and team reputations, and are often very slow to pick up the winning thread. By the time they get round to it, the teams runs are usually at an end, and those in the know, such as ourselves, ride the wave and pick up the profit. So, in short, if you concentrate on cyclical changes of form, you will definitely pick up some great prices, and be laughing all the way to the bank.