How To Get More Winnings On Your Bets

To succeed with a long-shot accumulator is a mix of skill, patience and ‘Luck’. The tips we have provided on this guide will help catapult you to a better chance of landing those accumulators.

Goals Market
According to my own observation on the top European Leagues,
England,Germany,Spain,France average about 2.5 goals per game. In second tier European leagues like Swiss,Norway,Sweden,Denmark is even higher. so
over 1.5 goals per game almost hit always.Another source of goals galore are the amateur European leagues like in Austria,Germany,England,Denmark,Sweden,Finland,Estonia. Cup games also always tend to bring goals allover.This doesn’t necessarily mean that most games will see a load of goals, but rather that high-scoring fixtures happen a little more frequently. Its also important to investigate the teams own history and form before making conclusions.

Home Win or Double Chance
A higher percentage of wins always happens at home. so a bet on a home team to win or draw will hit most of the time. Home wins on average can account for around 45% of results during a season, while draws average around 20% and away wins just over 30%. Try to avoid betting on away wins concentrate on home or draw or better home or draw only and betting on home money line if you’re very sure… This also depends on the strengths of
the teams and form.

Switching Markets
Switching different betting markets can help you cover different
eventualities like say team A to win and both teams to score can also be good in the over 2.5 market, btts and over 2.5 markets. This can be helpful especially when two good teams meet and you cant easily pick a clear winner.You can also bet on a completely different market like in acca1 for team a you bet on 1X2 market, and in another acca you bet on the goals
market.

Alternate Markets
Most punters are unaware of just how diverse the betting markets are. You can back which team will score the first, a likely player to score,how many cards or corners there will be,if a penalty will be given,time of first sub etc. In past European Football league seasons, there has been an average of a little over 0.15 red cards per game and around 3.5 yellow cards, with
fluctuations being minor, a bet of over 2.5 cards happens more often than
not.

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