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Tips and Advice to Bet on Welsh Football and Earn Money

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Welsh football league betting will never come close to the demand generated by the English Premier League and others, but make no mistake, there are teams which play each week, and others that play regularly, providing some interesting opportunities for Welsh football betting.

Football betting – the ultimate guide

Here is a detailed and concise strategy which will help you consistently earn money with your football bets.
The strategy is divided into 3 parts that involve different methods to be used alternately or specifically according to the circumstances.
It is important to note that there are no safe bets, but a good betting strategy reduces the risk to a minimum, eliminating all variants that do not depend on chance.

Part One - Betting on favourites with low odds is a guarantee to provide you with long-term profits

Before developing the theory and putting the strategy and methods into practice, it had always seemed that people who made money from football bets had access to information that was not available to everyone. They had winners with clear odds that came to them through confidential information first-hand – a conspiracy theory as wrong as it is absurd.

After talking to the best expert tipsters on Welsh football bets with demonstrable benefits and discovering exactly what they were doing to achieve those long-term benefits, the answer to how to bet on welsh football online was far more obvious and simple than expected.

Each week it is possible to find a good number of matches in which the victory of the favourite has odds of between 3/20 and 4/10, but most of the punters would discount this offer; perhaps they would include it in a combined bet to turn the odds into something more appetizing.
Betting £10 to win 3/20 seems nonsense and a waste of time, and bookies believe many bettors think so.

In principle, it may seem very obvious, but you should try to approach this strategy with a fresh mind, forgetting what you already know about bets.

At the moment these two parameters are the basic ones to start earning money in the long term, like professional punters:

● Simple bets for match winner
● Bets on clear favourites despite their low odds

By adopting these two parameters you will have half the work done. Let's take a look at the other half.

Clear favourites

If you are a follower of Welsh football and sports betting, you know that there are certain teams that are clear favourites, always, on each day they are expected to win and their statistics of the last years attest to this. It is not surprising then that the victory of these teams always has very low odds, but are those odds really that low?

For example, for the common punter, a victory for Bangor City against Newtown with 23/20 odds is not appealing, and there is little value in that bet.

However, the professional gambler knows almost for certain that Bangor City is on form, how few goals they have conceded in recent matches, and how many wins they have had in recent matches in the league, and that they have not lost or tied against Newtown recently. For the pro punter who has done their research, it's clear that Bangor would win this particular match 19 times out of 20, so the 23/20 odds seem more than desirable; bet £20 and expect to receive your £23, while others might put £20 on a combination of 5 bets and odds of 4/1 where it is more than likely that at least 1 team fails, and with it the entire bet.

Part Two – obtain long-term benefits from relatively safe bets with higher odds.

Nowadays, it is very easy to obtain all the information concerning the Welsh teams and all the information that pertains to any of the matches in the Welsh leagues; punters have the same level of access to all that information as the bookmakers have.
Now it's time to focus on finding more profitable bets with higher odds, but in lower leagues, assuming that in these leagues we can take advantage of bookmakers as far as information is concerned.

Bookmakers, who apply odds to different markets, use most of their resources to gather information from the first leagues. Applying odds to the teams of the secondary leagues is based on more superficial information, like the current state of form and above all, their position in the league table. They consider, for example, the 3rd place team (favourite) playing against the 7th, but do not take into account the other parameters that may affect that game.

If you specialise in a secondary league, you can in a short time have a flow of information deeper than the one that the bookmakers have by accumulating information from the first leagues.
This second part of the plan is the most interesting; it is really the one that has a business component, requires a more professional specialisation and is more exciting. If discipline is followed by specialisation, you can earn a lot of money with this method.

Part Three – hunting winning bets

If you are a follower of your regional team, which plays in the 2nd division, you already have a large part of the work done. If you're not, it's time to look at the league table and choose your new favourite team. Try to choose a team close to where you live so you can have access to local press where they offer information about the team and its games. These teams do not usually have coverage in the mainstream media and that is precisely the advantage we want to have when dealing with the bookies.

It is vitally important that you get to know everything about your new favourite team, so it's a good idea to subscribe to the news on their website and their social networks, where you can read news about the club, see its history of meetings and immerse yourself in facts about the current players and staff. It is essential to see or hear all the matches; do it carefully and take notes if necessary, and treat it as a job. It is about knowing perfectly the virtues and the shortcomings of your team.

If you were not familiar with the teams in this division up until now, it would be smart to take some time to observe. The first 3 months of the competition should be the minimum objective time after which you will feel comfortable with assessing the competition.

Once you know your team as well as you would if you were their coach, you should start taking notes on all your opponents. You don't need the same quantity of information as what you have obtained regarding your own team; this would take you all season. But, if you can, use a few days to analyse statistics from other teams. The local/visitor factor is something of great importance in these lower level competitions in how it affects the tendency to score many goals or not to score in matches, etc. These different parameters can help you to build a panorama of the whole competition.

At this time, you will be ready to start betting, and this is the method suggested:

● Find a list with the upcoming matches of the league you have chosen.
● First concentrate on the encounters of your team.
● Search your team's information, search forums or read social networks; the opinion of their most involved followers is of great value.
● Do the same with the rival team. Read what their followers say on their social networks. There you can quickly see if the team is in great form or perhaps going through a crisis that has been overlooked by the bookies.

With all this information, consult the odds offered. It is very useful to think about the result before seeing the odds offered by the bookmakers so that they do not influence your decision, which you have based purely on well researched information.

Make a decision. If you see that the odds are worth it, and you are sure of the outcome of the match, make the bet.

To do this, taking into account the three possible outcomes of the match, we will discard the least likely based on our information and stay with the other two options. If you are not very clear, you can bet on the two possibilities thus increasing the chances of winning.

For example, in the Carmarthen Town v Cefn Druids AFC match, imagine discarding the victory of the local team, and paying 11/5 for a draw and 23/20 for a visitor victory. If we bet £100 on each of the options (£200 in total) and the game results in a visitor victory, we would win £220, but even if we draw we would win £115. It's not bad at all, is it? Happy betting!

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