Over and under in football betting

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The difficulty is that you need to have a minimum number of fixed sums bet on the football and the coupon’s odds will change significantly. On Saturday, for example, if the coupon said Arsenal had 1/10 chance of winning, it would change to 4/1 (wager £10) if they drew or 10/1 (wager £100) if they lost.

Advantages of monthly:

The EuroChanger works as a one-month monthly accumulator, so you’ll get your money back if you don’t make your selections.

What you could win

From £10 to £1,000: For one month only, between 5pm and 11pm on December 13, you can bet 10 x £10. Each win will be for £10. If you place three bets, you’ll get your money back. If you place five bets, you’ll get your money back.

What’s the catch?

There is a risk involved in the EuroChanger. You will not receive your cash back if you bet incorrectly.

Online betting odds

For Bet365’s model accumulator, the fixed odds will change from day to day. Bet365 customers can see the EuroChanger odds for the next day on the coupon, which changes hourly.

If you missed your favourite teams on Saturday but still want to bet the EuroChanger, you can get odds of 4/9 on Newcastle to beat Liverpool and 7/2 on Spurs to beat United.

An accumulator could win you £10,000 or £25,000.

Bet365’s £10 match odds for the odds of 4/9 on Newcastle vs Liverpool and 7/2 on Spurs vs United

John Walters (10/1) and Chris Godwin (8/1) for most accurate football bookmaker according to the online football community. John Walters and Chris Godwin’s accuracy is based on the amount of times they have predicted correct odds in their accuracy rating.

Conclusion

Fans of the underdog can benefit from a number of very high odds, such as 10/1 on Manchester City to win the Premier League and 12/1 on Newcastle to beat Liverpool.

However, the added element of volatility increases the risk and the reward. If you bet £1 and the bookmaker goes 2/1 to win £1, you stand to win £2. If they go 1/3 you get back £3. You may have to keep your eye on the board all night, but it’s worth it if you want to make a profit.

To keep up to date with the odds on offer, you can head to The Bookies Guide by clicking here.

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