Daily Football Tips
Football is arguably one of the most popular sports in the world. Loved by billions of people all around the globe, this sport can generate impressive revenues and there are a lot of money involved in its existence. Because of this, it’s not a surprise that football is the most popular sport when it comes to betting, too. When it comes to gambling, the profits from the beautiful game can be measured not in millions, but in billions.
We understand how important for you is to be successful in your football bets, because nobody likes to lose money. We don’t like it, too. That’s why we have acquired the services of the best tipsters you can find around, who can deliver you a high percentage of successful tips about different types of events in football. We know how to find the best odds and make them work for you. This is our job.
We follow the most famous and loved competitions in football – not just on club, but on international level as well. Let’s take a look at some of them:
The Premier League – considered by many as the best European league at this moment. The English Premier League is stacked with great teams and amazing players. Almost every weekend there is at least one big derby to watch and to bet on. What makes the Premier League different is the fact that there ain’t just two or three teams to fight for the title, like it’s the usual case in most of the leagues. In the Premier League you can find at least four or five clubs which are strong enough to win the first place or to qualify in the Top 4. This is what makes the English league really exciting.
La Liga – probably the second best European league after the Premier League. Although La Liga was weakened by the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, it remains filled with some of the best players in the world. Clubs like Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid reign not just in Spain, but in Europe, too. Just look at the statistics and how often the Champions League and Europa League are being won by Spanish teams in the last few years. It shall tell you how good the Spanish league is. What La Liga is missing, compared to Premier League, is to have more teams which are capable to win the league.
Serie A – the Italian Serie A started a new life since Juventus signed with Cristiano Ronaldo. In the last years the Calcio lost a lot of its appeal. In the 90s it was the best league in Europe, but some things changed afterwards and the level of competition decreased. One of the reasons for this in the last few years is the fact that Juventus hardly have some competition for the title. The Old Lady is just too strong for the rest of the teams, which results in decreased competition for the title and decreased interest from the fans as well. But how we said, the fact that Juventus managed to bring in a player like Ronaldo means that now the interest for the Serie A is going to be increased once again. And the Italian league can only win from this.
Bundesliga – or how some people call it – the home of Bayern Munich and everyone else. This is actually the big problem of the German league – the terrifying lack of competition. Bayern are winning the title every year and this leads to an obvious decrease of the levels of the competition. Teams like Borussia Dortmund, Schalke 04, Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig are trying to fight back, but all they can do is just fight for a place in the Top 4. This is a big problem, which leads to the logical question – is Bayern Munich too big or the other teams are just too small? This is not good for German football, but we don’t see how anything will change in near future. But Bayern’s domination doesn’t mean that the league is bad, of course. The league is good, because despite of one team’s superiority, you can still watch some amazing games. The German derbies are usually filled with a lot of goals and dramatic moments. The football there is very offensive minded and it leads to a lot of exciting moments.
Ligue 1 – the French league is right now having the some problems as the German Bundesliga – one team is much stronger than everyone else. PSG’s project made the team from the capital a force which is dominating the league right now. Clubs like Monaco, Olympique Lyonnais and Olympique Marseille are trying to stay close, but the best they can do is to fight for a Champions League spot. But this league has a lot of positivities as well. One of them is the fact that the Ligue 1 is filled with a lot of young talents, who are exciting to watch.
Champions League – the best football competition on Earth. Only the best of the best play here. To bet on the Champions League is one of the most exciting things, because there ain’t no other competition which offers the same levels of excitement to the fans. If you win the Champions League, it means that you’re the best in Europe.
Europa League – the second best club competition in Europe. Whoever misses a qualification for the Champions League, usually plays here. Despite the fact that this competition lacks the prestigie and the rewards of the Champions League, it remains very interesting and filled with great matches.
There are different types of football bets you can use. And we cover all of them. Here are some of them:
Match odds – also knows just as 1X2, this is the most common way to bet. Here all you have to do is guess how the game will end – with a win for the home team, a draw or a win for the away team.
Single – also knows as a straight bet, you also have to guess how a certain game will end. The difference is that here you bet on just ONE game.
Total goals (Over/Under) – you have to guess the total amount of goals scored in a game. For example – over/under 2.5 goals, over/under 3.5 goals or something else.
Draw no bet – you must guess which one of the two teams is going to win the match. If the game ends with a draw, you get your money back.
Correct score – this is kind of difficult, but very rewardable. You have to guess the exact score of the game in questions. It’s pretty hard, but usually the odds are high.
First goal – you must guess which one of the two teams is going to score the first goal in the match.
Half time – you have to guess the result during the half time of the match – a home win, draw or an away win.
Half Time/Full Time – this is also difficult, because you must guess not just the halftime result, but the full time result, too. The increased difficulty comes with bigger odds, of course.
First goalscorer – all you can do is to guess which player is going to score the first goal in the match.
Anytime goalscorer – similar to the first goalscorer, but here the player you chose can score anytime he wants. If he scores – you win.
These are just some of the football bets we cover, but certainly NOT all of them. Our tipsters have an incredible knowledge about what they do and they cover almost any football bet that exists. You can trust us and we assure you that you won’t be disappointed.