Football tips

Free Football Tips for 18-07-2017.

18:45
Buducnost Partizan
BTS - YES @ 2.00
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17:00
Vikingur Hafnarfjordur
1x @ 1.84
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17:00
TNS Rijeka
BTS - YES @ 2.00
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17:00
Samtredia Qarabag
OVER 3.5 GOALS @ 2.20
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16:00
Vardar Malmo FF
2 @ 1.85
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16:00
Alashkert BATE
2 @ 1.85
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14:00
FC Astana Spartaks
OVER 2.5 GOALS @ 1.60
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16:00
Vorskla Shakhtar Donetsk
OVER 2.5 GOALS @ 1.50
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16:00
Dynamo Kiev Ch. Odessa
OVER 2.5 GOALS @ 1.50
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About our Football Tips & Football Predictions

The beautiful game. The most popular sport on the planet. The one element in society that can bring together the worst of enemies for the night, and split the best of friends for the same reason. Rivalry, competitive or otherwise, the desire to represent a community, a country, a way of life, or even a symbol of oppression. Football represents far more than 22 players and 2 managers: it’s about community, about symbolism, about commitment to the shirt and, most importantly, about giving our all when the opportunity arises.

It’s why, with our football tips, you can make sure that every penny you put on the beautiful game can feel like money well spent. In such a complex and competitive sport – one of the few sports where truly anyone can win – it’s exceptionally difficult to see the nuance. As a betting tips firm that cares deeply about tipping that is built upon facts and reality, we provide information and advice that is going to make it easier than ever for you to buy into and fully believe in the beautiful game from a betting point of view once again.

From trying to find the most likely yet least-likely hat-trick, to helping you spot that sequence of away wins coming to an end, we do everything we can to offer a little bit of insight and the other factors behind any game of football.

So, our tips are put together by football fans who look for more than “passion” and “leaders”. We don’t employ people to write our football tips who come with a cursory opinion of the times they are writing about. The global nature of the game means that today it’s as easy to find someone who supports Glasgow Celtic in Argentina as it is to find someone who supports Olympique Marseille in Japan. Therefore, we look to find people with a genuine passion and interest in different leagues and sports, meaning they carry two important factors.

One, they carry a genuine love for the tactical side of the game. Say it as often as you like, but tactics decide games as much as anything else. Therefore, a tactical shift can be the difference between a team playing to their norm, or finding a new level entirely in a game they should never have won. We find football anoraks who follow all manner of leagues, from Ligue 1 specialists to masterminds who find more than the money in the Chinese Super League interesting. Therefore, we can offer tips that are built upon more than just bias or how cool a teams’ home kit is.

Two, we pick people who come without bias. They don’t pick a Lyon home loss because they support St. Etienne, and they won’t pick a Liverpool away win because they love Jurgen Klopp. We find people who look at the facts, not opinions.

So, our tips are analysed by looking outside of the bluster and the soap opera. We aren’t going to give a team more chances of winning because their manager said one of their players was terrible the week before. We also won’t write off the chances of a team winning because their star player is out of form. What we look to do is try to find the little snippets or information that leak before the game to inform about the kind of tactical line-up we should see from both sides as the game reaches kick off and the action starts.

From trying to spot where the opposition could be exploited to noticing trends in playstyle that could complement or contrast with the other team, we always look to find something with a bit more nuance to it.

Again, we don’t offer a football tip because one of the teams is our favourite, or because a player we love plays for them. We only give information and advice about a specific team if we feel like they have a genuine chance of doing what we suggest. We aren’t here to play cheerleader or to try and back those five-figure wonder bets: we look to only offer insight on games that we have studied beforehand.

This allows us to feel more confident that, while nothing is certain, we have given you the details that you need to believe in your selection. Gambling takes a lot of work, so make it easier by following tips put together by people who look beyond the obvious.

You don’t need someone to tell you who has scored the most goals, as this information is freely available. What you need is someone who can help you look beyond the Ws, the Ds and the Ls on the form table. We want to look at the performance of a team rather than anything else. if a team is losing but playing consistently excellent football, then it makes sense that they could be an undervalued team for that overdue win. If a team if winning lots of game by small margins and are gradually getting worse as the season gets on, though, it becomes harder to feel as confident that they can get the result.

Then, they might become a good price for a surprise loss. We look to find ideas that are not always going to come through – nothing can in football, sadly – but which are built upon sound logic. Now, we can help you see where there might be value in a ‘home banker’ that is nothing of the sort. By the same token, we’ll look to cover everything from the way that a player who is in a purple patch is doing and how he could contribute to a different result, or how a player who is too good to keep playing so poorly could swing the balance of a match.

We love this kind of deeper analysis, and it’s something that we take great pride in for arming your coupons with their most powerful of allies: knowledge.