Remember – One of the least risky bets to play, in terms of odds accumulated and a number of picks, is the ‘double your money’ bet and the real risk is in the amount you put in. For you to really enjoy this kind of bet, you need to put a solid amount of money so the returns are significant.
It’s time to make some extra cash during the festive season. There are a lot of football games ahead, and so many opportunities to double your money. For tonight, we have 2 nice picks.
1. Karlsruher vs Hamburg – Over 2.5
There are always goals in any game involving Karlsruher. Their last 3 games have been over 4.5, over 2.5 and over 2.5. 7 of their last 9 games have been over 2.5, and 8 of their last 9 games have been over 1.5. Their opponents Hamburg are not much different. Their last two games were over 3.5 and over 2.5. 3 of their last 5 games have been over 3.5 while 4 of their last 5 have been over 2.5. In their last 9 games, 7 have been over 2.5 and 8 have been over 1.5. Based on these figures, it is clear that an over 2.5 bet seems likely. If you want to be safer, then you can play over 1.5. But 2.5 looks a great bet and the odds are very attractive too.
2. FC Midtjylland vs FC Nordsjaelland – Over 1.5
This is a rather straightforward bet. FC Midtjylland’s last 5 games in all competitions have been over 1.5, and 7 of their last 8 league games have been over 1.5. They average 1.6 goals scored per game in the league while conceding 1.08 goals per game. 7 of Nordsjaelland’s last 8 games have been over 1.5, and 2 of their last 3 games have been over 2.5. Also, the last meeting between these two sides, which happened on the last day of October, ended with 5 goals scored. An over 1.5 bet looks super safe and reasonable. If you want to take a bit of a calculated risk, you can go for over 2.5. The strongly recommended bet here, though, is over 1.5 Go for it.
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