Correct Scores Betting

Betting on Goals

Correct Scores Betting

Correct scores offer decent returns for small stakes. So finding a way to increase those returns is only natural. There must, of course, be a fair amount of research and digging to decide which games and which scores to use. The ideal solution is to find two matches which have different kick-off times. Ideally, an afternoon game followed by an evening game. The usual suspects from the Premiership and other major leagues are usually at restricted prices. Much the same can be said for those at the other end of the table but for exactly the opposite reasons.

My ideal matches are those between teams in the MIDDLE TWO QUARTERS of the league table. The home team should be in the odds range of 2.0 to 2.5. Obviously it must be favourite. The next stage is to check previous head-to-heads. Unless there is an obvious bias to high scoring games. It would seem appropriate to back 1 – 0, 1 – 1, 2 – 0, 2 – 1, 2 – 2, 3 – 0. these are by far the most likely scores given past stats. These scores will usually carry odds of between 7.0 and 40.0. A stake of, say, £30.00 "dutched" would when successful return a little short of £60.00.

The next step would be to then find another game to re-invest in. This time the return from the first match is "dutched" on the second set of scores. The successful outcome would return approximately £120.00. This gives a break-even figure of 1 in 4. (25%). This is basically betting on doubles but there is also the opportunity to indulge in a little trading should the need, or opportunity, arise.

The Home Cert.
As the season progresses we will no doubt see the usual Home Cert let us down. So why not aim for a slightly smaller profit? With the Home side at around 1.90 to 2.0 have a little insurance by backing 0 –  0 and 1 – 1. Check some results and you’ll find that thses two scores are the most likely when the Good Thing goes wrong.