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If you’re looking for some of the best online football betting tips, predictions, offers and more, look no further because we at Squawka Bet have everything you need to make your football betting experience as simple and as enjoyable as possible. Our team of experts analyse all of the form and data and together with their deep knowledge of the many leagues that we cover they can offer you the best insight around on the upcoming fixtures – be it match tips, boosted odds or enticing accumulator bets, with a few simple clicks, you’ll get to experience the best of online football betting all from the comfort of your own home.
When do you release your football tips?
Every day of every week we have our expert team working towards the upcoming fixtures, bringing you specific tips for every match from our selected leagues including the Premier League, Championship, La Liga and the Bundesliga amongst others. You will find these in the top menu and we look to post our match tips up to 48 hours before the games kick-off.
We will also be looking to bring you our accumulator tips on a daily basis, posting these tips at least a day before the matches to give you time to add the selections to your bet slip and place your bet – if you like the look of the tip that is!
And that’s not where the tips end either! Our match previews, powered by the all-knowing Squawka team, combine the best Opta stats with our knowledge of the leagues to bring you the best in-depth betting coverage on the market and we also look to get these live at least 48 hours before kick-off, although that is subject to change dependent on fixture congestion and other factors.
How To Bet On Football
It couldn’t be easier to bet on football. You simply take your pick of the football game at the site of your betting provider, be that Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich or Swindon Town vs Exeter City. You can then scan through the various betting markets with their many odds, ranging from the number of goals scored in the game to the time of the first goal. Once you’ve selected your chosen market and football betting tips, from there on, you simply process the punt and sit back and wait as the action unfolds.
Today’s football betting tips
Alongside the usual tips and predictions, you’ll also get to take your pick of the best football betting offers every day. We have those new customer offers rolled out for you whenever they’re available alongside In Play offers, all customer price boosts and plenty more from the likes of bet365.
Our tips for the biggest matches of the day are available in the headline section at the top of this page, and on the homepage and to find much more, you just need to navigate to one of the separate league pages or the accumulator page to find the specific bet that you’re looking for.
In-Play football tips
In Play betting has become a phenomenon in recent years and given the popularity that it had with punters when it was first rolled out among apps and online betting sites (having long-been an option via telephone), it’s unsurprising to see that almost every firm now have In Play functionality within their sportsbook offerings.
This type of wagering allows you to decide upon your bets dependent on the unfolding action, whether that’s a cup final between two European giants or a tussle at the bottom of the table in one of the lower leagues. For our tips, it’s difficult to post them on site due to the timing of matches, but you can follow us on Twitter for the best live tweets, stats, reactions and most importantly In Play tips as the fixtures unfold.
Full Time Results
The most popular bet in any league and with any sports book is betting on the full-time result. This is as simple as betting on which team you expect to win the game – or indeed on the draw if that’s the final outcome of the game that you’re expecting.
These are the bets we mostly tend to use in our accumulators too, combining four or more of our full time result betting tips for bigger returns.
Both Teams to Score
Both teams to score bets are almost as popular as full-time result bets nowadays, given that it is a very simple market to bet on with shorter odds and thus they also prove particularly popular with accumulators and multiple backers.
You’re simply betting on both teams to find the net over the course of the 90 minutes with this bet and that can prove to be more of a popular bet than a match result bet as the hopes of it being successful can remain alive until the final kick of the match.
Over/Under Goals Bets
The over/under goals betting market allows punters to bet on whether both teams will score more or less of a specified number of goals in a game. The market is in intervals of 0.5 to ensure all bets are settled.
Example: The 2.5 goals margin is the most popular specified number of goals in this market. If both teams score a total of 2 goals or less the bet is lost. If both teams score a total of 3 goals or more, the bet is settled as a win.
That Over/Under style of betting is worth remembering, as it is also the way that many other markets are offered including a number of total bookings in a match – be that in total or on a specific team.
There are other markets when it comes to betting on bookings in a game too and you can bet on which side will receive the most bookings, if there will be a red card in the match and with some bookmakers you can even bet on specific players to be shown a card during the match. Step forward Mark Noble, who is the current Premier League player with the highest amount of cards in their career so far with 83 to his name. You can find these kinds of odds on bookmakers such as Ladbrokes and Sky Bet.
You can also bet on Under/Over markets in corners in 2021/2022 and also on the ‘Corners Match Result’ market, where you bet on one team to win more than the other during the match. Liverpool top the charts in the Premier League at the time of writing for corners taken, whilst Eintracht Frankfurt are the team to watch in these markets over in the Bundesliga.
This Weekend’s Football Betting Tips
Although this season in particular there are more midweek matches than ever with domestic leagues looking to squeeze the fixtures in and the usual Champions League and Europa League tournaments to complete, the weekend is when the football schedule really comes alive and as always, we have you covered here at Squawka Bet.
Whether you’re looking for a tip on every match from each of the top leagues in Europe and the UK, an accumulator bet across a few different matches or our hand-picked tips from the biggest games in the Premier League and beyond, we’ve got your back with a range of different betting selections across every weekend.
Football Betting Odds
For the betting novices amongst you, the odds represent the price available on a bet, giving you the chance to work out how much your bet will return depending on your stake.
There are different types of odds available, but the ones that you will find on this site due to us being based in the UK are fractional odds. The chances of your bet coming in are calculated by these odds, with the number on the first side of the fraction being the returns you receive per bet. As such, odds of 10/1 would see £110 returned for every £10 staked – plus your £10 stake, meaning a total of £110 comes back to you.
The other two most popular forms of odds are American and Decimal and with most bookmakers you are able to select the odds to the style you find easiest to understand and operate with.
Football Priceboosts and Enhanced Odds
Most bookmakers will offer weekly or even daily price boosts, giving punters the chance to get even larger returns than the original odds on their bets. We’ll try to keep you up to date with those too when some come along that take our fancy. These go hand-in-hand with the options that plenty of bookmakers now have for customers to build and request their own bets combining different selections from the same games.
You will also find plenty of new customer offers and enhanced odds on this site. These can offer massively enhanced odds with smaller limits on stakes, but they can often be a great way to get your account up and running and some bookmakers will offer the chance to get free bets on eight different fixtures for example over the course of the weekend as a bonus upon opening your account, so keep checking back!
Best Bookmakers for Football Betting Tips
Every bookmaker offers a great depth of markets in this league, although some more than others. There are several other factors to take into account when deciding upon a bookmaker to back our football tips with. For example, how much value do their odds provide, what is their customer service like and whether they produce any betting offers for existing customers.
Which competitions do you offer tips for?
You will never struggle for tips with our extensive range of betting knowledge here at Squawka Bet. We aim to offer tips on all of the top leagues in the world and some more obscure ones too.
See our pages for tips on the biggest footballing leagues across the globe: