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22Bet Prediction Today
These are our predictions for today’s top football matches. However, our resident tipsters may have a different opinion than the traders at 22Bet. Therefore, we recommend that you take a look at this bookmaker’s website to compare its predictions and to check out its accumulator of the day.
Top 22Betting Tips
Of course, the betting tips shown above are free for you to follow, but a better way of betting is to evaluate each 22Bet prediction yourself. Through this, you’ll have more confidence in your wagers. Here are our top 22Bet tips to get you started.
There’s no magic wand when it comes to betting on football. The most successful bettors are often the ones who put in the most research. Naturally, you cannot know every league, team, and player, so you need to narrow this down. For instance, you may only want to bet on the EPL or Serie A to start with.
Once you’ve picked the league or leagues you intend to bet on, begin learning all you can about the teams and players; this includes:
- Recent form (team and individual players)
- Injuries and suspensions
- Surrounding fixtures
- Likely line-ups
- Other club news
Knowledge of all possible betting markets will help you find the right bets. If a hot favourite is taking on a team at the bottom of the table, there may not be much value in backing the favourite. However, from your research and understanding of the markets, you will be able to pick out more suitable predictions, such as win to nil, over 3.5 goals, HT/FT, which should have better odds.
This may go against your thinking, but only ever bet when there is value. By value, we mean that from your prediction, the probability of a certain bet winning is higher than the bookmaker’s implied probability.
Value bets do not mean backing favourites all the time. For example, let’s imagine Liverpool are playing Aston Villa. Liverpool are 1.07 favourites while the odds on a Villa win are 11.0. Effectively, the bookmaker is only giving Villa a 10% chance of winning.
Therefore, if you think they have a 20% or 30% chance, this bet has value. This is a long-term strategic method of football betting. Of course, Villa will lose most games, but at these odds, they only need to win 1 in 9 to return a profit.
Think about your bankroll and how much to wager on each bet. You don’t want to bet the same amount on Liverpool winning at 1.07 compared with a bet on Leicester to beat Brighton at 2.50.
Generally speaking, the lower the odds, the more you should stake, and vice versa with selections that have high odds.