No. There are so many factors to consider when selecting a football betting Tips/Predictions, which an algorithm just wont be able to take into account. Yes algorithms can assess a likelihood of an outcome based on historical statistical data, but that is done as part of the research on Top Football Tipster anyway, as well as trying to consider many factors which are harder to measure, for example:
Yes, each Tip/Prediction is thoroughly researched using historical statistical data on home and away records, head2head records, goals for and against etc. However non-statistical elements are often just as important.
Yes. The non-statistical elements can often make all the difference. The statistical data can sometimes tell you a team is likely to win, however when the non-statistical elements have been taken into account it might be that the game in question is best avoided because a team may be low on confidence, they may be resting some key players, they could have key injuries, have an important upcoming match which is distracting their focus, and many more potential reasons.
Our football betting tips are a collection of heavily researched tips ranging from singles and doubles, which follow a specific staking strategy designed specifically for steady long-term profit with results recorded in a monthly round-up, to accumulators and £1000 Challenges for those who prefer to try for the big win.
Single Betting Tips are single selections designed for steady profit building. These are usually posted daily, however the fixtures need to be good enough to have a decent chance of picking a winning selection, and at the right odds. These tips follow a specific staking strategy depending on whether they are considered "Low Risk" or "Medium Risk", and when the fixtures aren't suitable, a "High Risk" suggestion will often be posted of what Top Football Tipster thinks could be the best single option for that day regardless of quality of fixtures.
Double betting tips are two selections combined into one bet and are designed for steady profit building at odds of around 1/1. These are usually posted daily, however the fixtures need to be good enough to have a decent chance of picking a winning selection, and at the right odds. These Tips follow a specific staking strategy depending on whether they are considered "Low Risk" or "Medium Risk", and when the fixtures aren't suitable, a "High Risk" suggestion will often be posted of what Top Football Tipster thinks could be the best double option for that day regardless of quality of fixtures.
Accumulator betting tips are four or more selections combined into one bet. They are mainly posted at the weekend when the fixture choice is greater, and are designed for smaller stakes at higher odds. If any one selection loses, the entire bet loses. However if all selections win then the reward is often far greater than bets placed on single events. This is often popular with people who don't like to stake too much money as they can stake a small amount but still have the possibility of winning a substantial amount of money without risking a heavy loss. The frequency of success will always be lower though due to the number of individual selections that have to win in order for the accumulator to win.
The aim of this challenge is to turn an initial £20 stake into £1000 using short odds bets, which we consider to have a very high chance of winning. Then each time a bet wins, the returns will be used as the stake for the next bet until the £1000 is reached.
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As our Singles and Doubles are specifically designed for long term profit, we guarantee to always be transparent and honest with our selections and results, which can be seen on our "Results/Roundup" page.
We aim to post one or more free betting tips on a daily basis depending on the quality of the day's fixtures.
The Free Bets page brings you a selection of new customer offers from some of the top online bookmakers. It's worthwhile taking advantage of these offers, and it's often good to have a few different accounts so you're able to compare odds before placing any bets, enabling you to maximise your profits.
The Bet Calculator allows you to calculate your return from a comprehensive range of bets, including Singles, Doubles, Accumulators, Trixies, Yankees, Goliath and many more. The simple to use interface will enable you to determine how your potential returns can be affected by the various outcomes (win, void, lose) of each selection.
This section is designed to help those who are less familiar with football betting. Top Football Tipster's Betting Guides range from how to bet more successfully on goals, corners, and match result etc, to advice on in-play betting, staking strategies and much more. These guides offer an excellent foundation to start football betting with greater knowledge and understanding.
This page is for anything football related that the tipster wish to write about, it could be match previews and predictions to thoughts on various betting strategies.
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