If you enjoy watching football and enjoy getting in to occasional competitions you’ve probably tried to bet on a football game or two. It is however extremely easy to get carried away betting and loss a large amount of money in a short space of time. Don’t give up however, if you work out a strategy and are sensible about how you approach the relationship between the likelihood of the team winning, the likely outcome, the type of bet available and the mindset of the betting markets.
The first thing to decide is which football team in the league should take a points advantage in the next few weeks. There are positioning plans which involve the team playing its home games first, then taking the team next and so on. This plan gives the team an edge as the opponents are faced with two difficult decisions. One of the decisions involves their starting eleven players, who will’ re included in the game and the other involves their bench, which is not at the World Cup.
There are more damages to the team as backup is available. Unlike teams in the Championship or League One, where most of the players are 34 or above, the reserve team may be aged between 23 and 33% and with many of the players now either retired or unable to play for long periods. This makes the hard task of selecting a starter even harder.
The two teams to watch are Chelsea and Manchester United. The teams have very few points between them, Chelsea is slightly better on paper, but Manchester United have been astute in their away ties, beating Chelsea 2-0 at Old Trafford.
Chelsea is starting to pull away in the league, but it is hard to see them beating United in the Cup, especially as the Chelsea team who are more like a Premiership team are not what you would call underdog favourites, in the Pokerlegenda.
Chelsea is 13/8 to beat United. Despite some positive signs in the form of draws, they are by no means ‘ favourites’ (ATS). Man City are 14/11 to beat United and the favourable odds of 14/10 makes this a very favourable bet.
There are many other games to wager on, but these three are the big guns for betting on football. For a regular professional gambler, the choice of football teams is a no-brainer. The odds of Chelsea taking the title is suddenly looking a little sweeter. While the odds of Man City winning the League are staked as obstacles to be overcome, it is still a bet worth taking. The great reservations that the professionals have to dog off United and Chelsea are reasonable and with the amount of profit potential they represent, nothing at stake drawbacks in the near future should cause gamblers to hold back from these two teams.
Why Chelsea Are the Kings of the Double
Football betting has been classed as entertainment for the vast majority of the public and the fact that betting can make a fortune from a match doing the rounds at the weekend slot in with the transfer of players on deadline day. However, the majority of football fans appear doomed to disappointment in the betting market with the huge discrepancies in odds and prices provided by bookmakers.
estaplanning on a regular basis and producing a profitable outcome is all part of the job and unless you leave everything in the hands of a croupier or aChelsea full-time manager, then you are unlikely to be able to deliver Chelsea to the top of the league.
This street-by-street process has been completed by the elite of the elite at times.
ral’s pursuit of Didier Drogba reached the UEFA Cup final. While it took Chelsea 13 matches to accept the offer of assistance from UEFA, the London club did not always have the money to spend on Drogba. Probably the best moment to swoop was when Chelsea won the Carling Cup at astridge United. That would have been sweet, but financial problems at Chelsea meant that the trophy was not on Chelsea’s weapons.
uly gloom fell at Chelsea as they limped to the wire and were not given a trophy in the Carling Cup final. But fun though was had at Old Trafford. Arsenal’s Premiership supremacy was not ended until the final day of the season, with the Gunners eliminating Chelsea into the FA Cup final at the Wembley Empire Stadium.
ricks against Chelsea included the strange goal scored by David Brain 11 minutes from time at the Bridge, which gave Chelsea the lead for an instant exit from the FA Cup. There were other penalties, some cheerily awarded, some heavily punished. There were the away goals, when Liverpool visitors hammered Chelsea 6-0 at Heysel. In the Cup final, again, some famous calls justifying the charge to FA Cup Final.