It’s the weekend again, if you’re someone like me, you’re probably already looking out for the most profitable games in the world to stake your money on; to earn some extra cash, or win that huge sum.
Of course some play everyday, but the weekend, unmistakably, presents the highest number of games from which to choose from. Now, that’s a blessing… and also a curse! With plenty of games to choose from, the chances of losing skyrockets, alongside your chances of winning.
So, as usual, you have those favourite prediction sites opened on your phone or laptop, for all the permutations and selections. Do they really help? That’s one only you can answer.
You’re probably already wondering what this post is all about. Well, let’s just say I’m out to give you what you usually get from those other prediction websites… and then add some more. How?
As a Football Speculator, I’ll be sharing some tips with you that can help you avoid that “na one game spoil my ticket” story. While doing that, I’ll also be giving you some select games which you can profit from.
As usual, on this playground, NOTHING IS GUARANTEED. Anything can happen! with that in my mind, my first tip is
– You Don’t Have To Select Every Game In Sight.
It’ll be unfair to your purse, staking on 30+ games, every weekend. Haba bros! Ahn ahn! You too want to win #10.5m with a #200 stake abi? That miracle doesn’t happen everytime you know. How about you concentrate more on discovering how to select winning games, instead of trying to select all in sight? That’ll be more helpful.
– Wait! Don’t Jump In Yet!
Yeah. You heard me right. Wait. Chill out, while you’re in the chilling lounge, OBSERVE. Still wondering what I’m talking about? Well, I’m talking about the “New Season” fever. The new football season is underway in Europe (unlike in other parts of the world eg Brazil, U.S.A). And everyone can’t wait to jump on the train, you already know how it turned out for you with the English Premier League last week, right?
With the La Liga & Serie A kicking off this weekend, choose to watch from afar, instead of putting your money in the game. See how the league starts off this time. With that knowledge, you can be sure to at least, avoid those “potholes” in subsequent rounds.
So, those are my tips for you this weekend.
Below are some of my select games for this weekend. I’d usually post varying options to choose from. But I chose to major in one market for this debut post. Hopefully, you’ll find this post and its tips useful, ask for more and there’ll be subsequent posts to cover games in full details.
I’ve selected these 14 games out of the multitude of games to be played this weekend. With their statistics, I strongly feel that the outcome of all these games should be Over 1.5 Goals. Their kick-off times are spread out between Friday and Sunday.
Be sure to check them out yourselves to see if you’re comfortable with their Head-to-Head and other necessary statistics.
Denmark: AC Horsens v Lyngby – O1.5 Goals
U.S.A: Montreal Impact II v Bethlehem Steel FC – O1.5 Goals
Norway: Lillestroem v FK Haugesund – O1.5 Goals
Sweden: IK Frej Taeby v Aatvidaberg – O1.5 Goals
Brazil: America MG v Chapecoense AF – O1.5 Goals
China: Dalian Yifang v Shanghai Shenxin – O1.5 Goals
Sweden: Hammarby v IFK Gothenburg – O1.5 Goals
Sweden: Helsingborg v Kalmar FF – O1.5 Goals
Sweden: Falkenbergs FF v Gefle – O1.5 Goals (you can also select Both Teams To Score)
Sweden: Elfsborg v GIF Sundsvall – O1.5 Goals
Switzerland: Young Boys v Lausanne – O1.5 Goals
Thailand: Osotspa Samut Prakan
FC v BBCU FC – O1.5 Goals
Thailand: Chainat FC v Sukhothai FC – O1.5 Goals
U.S.A: Philadelphia Union v Toronto FC – O1.5 Goals
P.S: Obviously I didn’t add kick-off times and the specific leagues. But the countries indicated should help your search. Like I said earlier, your feedback will help me to know if you found it useful or not. So please feel free to let me know how you found this post useful by leaving your comments in the comments section below. You can also share your games with me and let’s rub minds.
Cheers to a weekend of good football!