Big winnings from football betting accumulators
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A great way to enhance your betting experience is to use football betting accumulators. This when you place more than one bet but to win all the selections you have made must come in.
Example of accumulator bets giving bigger wins:
Using our recommended bookie for football betting accumulators, here are some theoretical examples of single and accumulator bets if you have £20 to bet with:
Kicking off at 1pm on Saturday: Manchester united to beat Arsenal odds 4.0 (0r 3/1 in fractional)
Kicking off at 3pm: Manchester City to Liverpool also at odds of 4.0 (or 3/1).
A £10 stake on each match would give you winnings of £30 in each match so a £60 profit overall.
By using football betting accumulators you can greatly increase your odds and therefore the amount you win overall. This works by rolling over your winnings from the first match without having to spend your stake twice:
You £20 stake all goes on the first game and the first bet comes in returning £60. This £60 is then rolled over to the second match so when this match wins you get a return of £180 overall. This enhances your winning odds by 3 times as much in this example.
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You can use this system of accumulator betting with as many fixtures as you want. I like to choose 4 – 5 results with a mixture of odds from 1.5 to 4.0. Here is a typical example:
Chelsea to beat Watford at home: 1.5
Everton to beat Spurs at home: 3.1
Liverpool to beat Southampton at home: 2.95
Man Utd to beat Newcastle at away: 2.0
Stole to beat Bournemouth at home: 2.85
A £10 stake here using an accumulator bet would return well over £200; an impressive return for a small stake and a good chance of winning.
Obviously there are some downsides to using football betting accumulators. The main one being that both or all of your bets have to come in to win, but with just a small amount of knowledge of the football market it can be surprisingly easy to get it right.