Football Betting Tips | 27/09/2018

Daily Football Betting Tips

frequently used betting terms

  • AH = asian handicap
  • AC = Asian Corners
  • BTTS = both teams to score
  • O/U = Over/under
  • HT/FT = half time/full time
  • DC = Double Chance

Recommended Stake size

  • Single = £20
  • Double = £20
  • treble = £20
  • Accumulator = £20
  • Goals Galore = £20
  • Rolling Acca = £50

Daily Single Tips




HOL VV Gemert v Feyenoord  First Half Goals over 1.5 

£20 wins £38.00

Daily Double Tips




ESP Alaves v Getafe Goals over 1.5
ITA Spal v Sassuolo Goals over 1.5

£20 wins £42.39

Daily Treble Tips




ESP Girona v Real Betis Betis Double Chance
NOR Haugesund v Stromsgodset Haugesund Double Chance
SWE Kalmar v Hacken Hacken Double Chance

£20 wins £56.78

Daily BTTS Tips




HOL Groningen v FC Twente BTTS-YES
ITA Empoli v AC Milan BTTS-YES

£20 wins £53.38

Daily Rolling Acca Tips | £50-£300 Bet-1




DEN Viby v FC Copenhagen First Half Goals over 1.5
SWE IFK Goteborg v AIK AIK to win either half

£50 wins £100.80

You may use any bookmaker of your choice, all our tips can be found on BET365. Some markets and odds may differ for other bookmakers

Daily tips guide

This section contains a brief guide to our daily betting tips. 

The stake we have on our tips are for example purpose only, you should bet with what you are comfortable with. That said, our advice is to start off with smaller amounts and build up a bigger betting pot. Some people prefer a units system, if so our advice is to start with at least 50 units and only bet 1 unit per bet and 2.5 on the rolling acca. NEVER bet all your pot in one single bet!

We recommend BET365 as your primary bookmaker. All our bets and odds are from their website, so you can be sure if we post a bet it will be available on their website. If your new to BET365, play around with it so you know where to navigate for the different bet markets, we always post the country of the league or competition the bet is from. The odds posted on our tips will change depending on when you view it. Our advice is to place your bets as early as possible. 

A single bet is the simplest form of a bet. Depending on our tip, go to your chosen bookmaker and find the exact same bet and place the bet as a single. Our singles tips are usually of odds evens or greater. These bets are usually value bets, this means we select a match and market with odds discrepancy and where we think the rewards outweigh the risk. On most days there is only one single tip posted, however, on weekends there are often more. 

A double bet is where you combine two separate bets to form a single bet. Normally we post one double bet tip every day but on weekends there are often more. Our doubles are designed so we get the most value to the risk you take. The odds are usually well over evens. The markets for our doubles tips vary from day-to-day. Each day we pick the best pairing of bets that we think returns the most value for the risk our members take. 

A treble bet is where you combine three different bet selections to form one bet. We normally post one treble each day, on weekends there are often more. Naturally, being a three selection bet, a treble bet is riskier than a single or double so we look to return fair value to the risk taken. We won’t win these every day but the ones we do win will more up for the losses and keep us in profit. 

An accumulator bet is where you combine multiples bets to form one single bet. Normally we only post accumulator tips of only four selections, but from time to time we post accumulators with greater selections. We post an accumulator tip on most days with a good fixture list, however, on quiet days, it’s not possible to find enough good bet prospects to post an accumulator. On Saturdays however, we’ll usually post two accumulators. Our accumulators are usually of very high odds, so there are naturally very risky bets but we win more than enough of these to keep us in profit in the long-term. 

Our BTTS tips are the only bets where we stick to the same market every day. Usually, we will post this tips a double, combining two different matches to form one bet. The BTTS market has two options, YES or NO. a YES bet requires both teams to score in the match, a NO bet requires the match to end with at least one team not to score in the match. Normally we post BTTS-YES tips but from time to time we post tips for BTTS-NO.

A rolling acc (accumulator) bet is where you start off with initial stake and keeping on betting with that total amount until you reach a predetermined goal amount. Our rolling acca tips are usually the most important tip of the day, so we usually reserve the best selection for this market. Our rolling acca bets are a little different to the others. We use a staggered level system, so we can bank profits along the way, this also allows us to take greater risks knowing we’ve already banked profits. Below is an example table of how our rolling acca works. 

BetMaster Rolling Acca Example

Level Starting Stake Target Bank on completion
1 £50 £300 £200
2 £100 £600 £400
3 £200 £1200 £800
4 £400 £2400 £1600
5 £800 £4800 £3200

If you’re a new member start from level 1 with your desired starting stake and continue as described. NEVER START A ROLLING ACCA WITH MORE THAN YOUR INITIAL STARTING STAKE.

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