Saturday, 16 September 2017

Another good weekend to try out Accumulator Generator

With another round of Premier League, Bundersliga, La Liga, etc, etc, fixtures being played this weekend, it is a great time to try out the Accumulator Generator system.

Using football matches played at staggered intervals, the Accumulator Generator system has devised a method that can place accumulator bets, and break even from them all, by laying teams in your acca bet.

So what you do is place as many acca bets as possible, and hope that loads of them miss by one. ie, you get 4 out of 5 football bets right. Why? You might ask, well because then you get a load of free bets, and it's there that we make our risk free money.

Acca Insurance is available from most bookmakers and can be used on matches from all the top leagues in Europe, hence why the weekend is the ideal time to use it. It is also available to try out for just £1 for 14 days, meaning you can give it a go virtually risk free.

William Hill Acca Five on Premier League this weekend

There's some big fixtures in the Premier League this weekend, with Man City away at Watford and Tottenham hosting Swansea on Saturday, while on Sunday we have Chelsea hosting Arsenal, and Man Utd at home to Everton.

With a full round of fixtures taking place, it's worth taking a look at William Hills Acca Five (also get £30 in free bets here), which is basically acca insurance.

With a Acca Five, you get your money back as a free bet if one leg of your five-fold (or greater) bet lets you down. Not only can this offer be used on football though, it is basically available on every sports William Hill takes bet on, so you can use it on cricket, tennis, rugby union etc, etc, making it a great all round betting offer.

The maximum refund a day is £20, but you can do this every day, and it's not just based on one bet, so for example you could have four £5, five-fold accumulator bets. Acca Insurance is one of many football betting systems that can be used on the Premier League and all major European football this weekend.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Real Madrid still favourites for Champions League after opening night victory

The Champions League returned this week, and it's as you were in the betting, with defending champions Real Madrid, still favourites to win the competition after a routine 3-0 victory at home to Apoel.

The Spanish side are widely regarded as having the strongest squad in Europe, and as such, the bookies have them as 4/1 favourites to retain the trophy they won last season by defeating Juventus 4-1 in Cardiff to win a record 12th title.

The second round of matches takes place in 2 weeks on 26th and 27th Spetember, and will be an ideal opportunity to use football betting systems such as Accumulator Generator, which makes risk free money from free bets you get from acca insurance offers.

Saturday, 17 September 2016

Watford V Man Utd Betting

Watford take on Manchester United in the early live fixture on Sunday, with the hosts looking to build on last weekend's remarkable comeback, while Manchester United will be looking to bounce back after two defeats in a week.

Jose Mourinho's Manchester United side go into the match as odds on favourites, at a best price of 4/6 to win (Coral customers opening a new account here can get a massive 8/1 on United to win), Watford are 9/2, with the draw coming in at 3/1.

Form is hard to gauge. United lost 2-1 to City in the Manchester Derby last weekend, and they then followed that up with a 1-0 defeat away at Feyenoord in the Europa League on Thursday night. Prior to that they had won three from three in the Premier League, and everything seemed rosy.

Watford have four points from four matches in the league, but only picked up their first win of the season last weekend with a spectacular comeback away at West Ham, winning 4-2 after going 2-0 behind.

If you are planning to use Football Betting Systems That Work on the match, you can try out Pre Match Trading to try and make some money from moves in the market pre kick off, or you can try out the Assured Soccer Profits football betting system for trading the correct score market in-play.

As well as the Watford V United fixture, there is also three other Premier League fixtures on Sunday, as well as plenty of other fixtures from around Europe, ensuring you can try out some Football Accumulator Betting Strategies on your acca bets.

Thursday, 8 September 2016

The Premier League Is Back

The Premier League is back this weekend, and that means a whole lot of new customer promotions, the sort that make members of the Bonus Bagging and Profit Maximiser betting services, plenty of risk free money.

The main attraction this weekend is in Manchester, with United hosting City at Old Trafford in the first Manchester Derby of the new season.

This fixture sees old adversaries Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola renewing hostilities dating back to their time in Spain at Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively.

The complete list of Premier League fixtures this weekend is..........

Saturday 10th September

Man Utd V Man City - 12.30pm #MUNMCI
Arsenal V Southampton - 3pm #ARSSOU
Bournemouth V West Brom - 3pm #BOUWBA
Burnley V Hull - 3pm #BURHUL
Middlesbrough V Crystal Palace - 3pm #MIDCRY
Stoke V Tottenham - 3pm #STKTOT
West Ham V Watford - 3pm #WHUWAT
Liverpool V Leicester - 5.30pm #LIVLEI

Sunday 11th September

Swansea V Chelsea - 4pm #SWACHE

Monday 12th September

Sunderland V Everton - 8pm #SUNEVE

The second live game on Saturday sees Leicester City visit Anfield, the scene of one of the Champions few defeats last season, where they lost 1-0 to a Benteke goal back on Boxing Day.

Sunday just has the one live game this weekend, with Chelsea looking to maintain their 100% start to the season, when they visit Swansea City. Depending on how the Manchester Derby goes, the Blues could find themselves top on Sunday night.

And finally onto Monday night, when Ronald Koeman's Everton team take on old boss David Moyes, when they visit the Stadium of Light to take on Sunderland.

Everton have made an impressive start to the season and will no doubt be looking to continue to build on that. Sunderland on the other hand are probably already digging in for a relegation battle this season, and will be looking at their home fixtures as their best chance to pick up points for the battle ahead.

Friday, 2 September 2016

How To Win Football Accumulators

We all know that picking a four or five team accumulator bet can be hard going. Nearly every week, one of the so called banker bets will no doubt either draw at home, or maybe even lose, and let your acca bet down.

Well there is a way to not lose on your acca bet, and regularly make risk free money. And ironically, with this system, we actually need one team to let our acca down for us to win money - and the system is called Accumulator Generator - which you can try here for 14 days, for just £1 + Vat.

Accumulator Generator is a brilliant football accumulator betting system. Why? Because Accumulator Generator has taken the risk out of your acca bet. It is basically an arbitrage system, that creates free bets, and makes risk free money out of the free bets.

Accumulator Generator For Just £1

How Accumulator Generator works - Accumulator Generator is a football accumulator betting strategy that has found a way to enable you to place a 4 or 5 team acca bet, and then cover that bet on a betting exchange, to ensure that your acca bet breaks even.

So if you place £50 on a five team accumulator bet, you should get £50 (or thereabouts) back at the completion of your acca bet, whether it wins, loses or draws,

Then what we hope is, that one team lets your accumulator bet down, meaning you will also get a free bet for the same value of your acca bet, which in the case of this example is £50.

So what this means is, you place a £50 acca bet on 5 teams to win. The worst case scenario is that you get £49 to £50 of your acca bet money back - if 0, 1, 2, 3 or 5 teams win.

The best case scenario is that you get your £49 to £50 back, and a £50 free bet as well - this is if 4 teams of your 5 team football accumulator bet win.

It's from the £50 free bet that we make our money. Using the matched betting technique, you should be able to turn a £50 free bet into around £35 in cash.

Basically, this system takes advantage of acca insurance (also known as money back if you miss by one) offers.

You can use this system with any bookmaker who offers acca insurance on football, and there are plenty of bookies out there offering this promotion. Acca insurance is available to both new and existing customers.

It is usually based on a minimum of four or five team acca bets, and there is usually a maximum amount of refund. Depending on which bookmaker you use, it is up to a maximum of £25 or £50 - meaning there is a lot of money to be potentially made using this betting system.

Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Rooney remains England captain for Slovakia qualifier

After weeks of media debating, new England manager Sam Allardyce finally confirmed Wayne Rooney is set to continue as England captain on Monday afternoon.

Rooney skippered England in their latest footballing calamity (their 2-1 defeat to Iceland in Euro 2016, as if you needed reminding), and there had rightly been speculation that the United striker might be replaced, with a new captain installed, under the man commonly known as Big Sam.

In general though, when you look around the England squad, there is a distinct lack of obvious replacements for Rooney jumping out at you.

For example, prior to Euro 2016, two players you might have considered to be captain material, and in the England team for years to come were Joe Hart, and Jack Wilshere.

Hart's position in the team has to come under consideration after his performance in the Euros. He was at fault for Gareth Bale's free kick, and also for the Iceland winner, at the very least.

Add to that his current club predicament, and you can see why Allardyce in no way could consider the soon to be former Manchester City keeper as his new captain.

Hart is on the verge of having to join Torino on loan just to get first team football. No disrespect to Torino, but they are in no way one of the giants of Italian football. It's probably the Italian equivalent of moving to West Ham or Southampton.

And what of Arsenal's Jack Wilshere. For a start off he never seems to stay fit long enough to string a run of games together, and he has even been left out of Allardyce's first ever squad.

His performances in Euro 2016 weren't too clever either, although that could have been down to lack of match fitness and sharpness, but there in is the problem, he basically was coming back from an injury again.

And his club situation isn't great either. He is on the verge of being loaned out by Arsenal just to get him playing first team football again.

He currently can't command a place in the Gunner's starting line up, but having missed so much time through injury, Arsenal can't afford to leave him sitting on the bench.

So as you can see, candidates are short on the ground, and that is probably why Allardyce played safe and stuck with Rooney.

Of the match itself, England go in as Even money favourites. The Slovaks are 13/5, and the draw is 9/4. If you fancy a goal spree on Sunday, Over 3.5 Goals is 7/2, with under coming in at 1/6.

There is bound to be plenty of new customer offers available on the England match on Sunday.

Using these offers we can make money from by implementing football betting systems that work. Basically, there will be a whole raft of enhanced odds sign up offers from the bookmakers, giving massive prices on an England win.

We will need to claim these offers and back England at the enhanced odds, before laying them on a betting exchange to ensure that you get your money back should England fail to win.