Majority of the popular football leagues around the world are coming to a close. Most of them have less than ten matchdays, and that’s why betting on them is getting more exciting. But don’t let the excitement alone influence your bets. Having a betting risk management is important more than ever.
One way to do this is to check sports trade predictions. Compare your notes with what the sport experts say, and see how they think the games will play out. Do it before and after the matches to see if their predictions are on-point and if you can rely on their inputs for future fixtures.
Check out our football predictions and tips for the 2022 UEFA Champions League matches.
One risk factor that most bettors forget to check is the abnormal bet rates of bookies, not until they fall victim to it. So another way to enjoy risk-free gambling is to regularly check the performance of your chosen bookmakers. Here are the updates for our partner bookies:
You can continue to enjoy risk-free bet offers if you’re using Matchbook, PS3838, BETISN, Betfair, GA268, Penta88, and Broker1. All of these online sportsbooks have never listed any bets as void or abnormal.
Meanwhile, SingBet (Crown) remains “low-risk”. It’s tricky to place in-running bets given their history of voiding bets after the match and when the results are out. Voided bets are also winning bets most of the time. On the brighter side, the risk is lower than in the last two weeks.
SBOBET and WLG on the other hand are considered “high-risk” bookies. Both have shown higher void bets and abnormal bet rates for the past two weeks. Make sure you only wager sure-win bets with high value for these bookmakers for now.
These two bookies are best for sports trading with risk but higher returns. It’s also important to read each bookie’s terms and conditions so you can avoid your bets being tagged as abnormal or void.
Don’t hesitate to change between different sportsbooks depending on which has the best odds and performance for your chosen sports and betting markets. Visit our free betting tips section to know more about gambling risk factors and how you can avoid them.
Information from this blog article is based on the recent month’s data and accurate as of 14 April 2022.