Notice: Undefined index: google-plus in /home/topsportspick/blog.topsportspick.com/wp-content/plugins/social-pug/inc/functions-frontend.php on line 307
For you to stay on top of this game, you must find a way through which you can gain an edge over the bookies.
Below are four fundamental factors that every wager should put into consideration before placing any amount of bet with soccer matches:
-Who is the Referee?
-Who are the Divers?
-The Local Derby
-Look out for the Niggler
Who is the Referee?
Most teams put a lot of trust on their referees and it them (referees) who absorb most of the blame when it comes to things like observing goal-line technology. As a wager, be informed by looking for information regarding a referee, how strict or how lenient they are all ultimately to a matches’ final performance.
Know the Divers
In soccer, the more divers there are in a given match, the higher the number of cards to deal with. To simplify this narrative, the more the diver is successful, the easier it will be to get his opponent booked. On the other hand, if he performs poorly, he will definitely end up with a card.
The Local Derby
Derby matches are known to attract all sorts of players. This explains the reason why cards are a common thing in derby matches. It is common to find much shorter odds as a result. However, there is nothing strange in backing what appears to be a sure win.
The most important point is to consider the referee who has been tasked with overseeing the derby match. Know his history with this kind of matches before you can place that bet. Things like what triggers him to issue a red or yellow card are good pointers.
Look out for the ‘Niggler’
Just like is the case with divers, most if not all top football clubs have more than one niggler. This player is characterized by unusual behavior like pulling shirts or tripping their opponents.
He will even bring up an argument with the referee as a way of triggering a booking. Make sure you are aware of the nigglers playing for the teams before placing a wager. You might want to stay away from matches deemed to have more than three to four nigglers.
Over to you
For these and more tips, visit our main homepage. We have put together a lot of information that is helpful to both new and professional wagers. We hope to see you soon.