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7 effective football betting tips you may not know (Part 1)

Effective football betting is a popular query on Google, showing the concern of many people with this issue. In fact, when each football betting, we not only want to entertain but also expect to earn money from it.

But how to do that? How to bet effectively involves more than just knowing how to watch football and then placing a bet.

Right below we will reveal to you 7 effective football betting tips that if you apply you will win more betting.

1. Learn everything thoroughly

The team you intend to bet tonight has won in the last 6 matches in a row. That information is very impressive indeed. But not only that, you also have to understand how effective their attacks and defenses are. Do they have good balls or are they lucky? Even the chaos in the team.

2. A higher rating is not always won

This may seem obvious but sometimes we are blinded by the rate at which the house offers.

Let’s look at a typical example in tennis. It was Rafael Nadal’s match against Fabio Fognini in Barcelona last April. Bet365 ranked Nadal as a door on heavyweight, with a feeding rate of 1/10 (1.10 according to the decimal ratio). That means putting 10 to 1, 100 $ bet to get 10 $ profit.

On this surface, it seems reasonable. Nadal is a clay king and has a record of 8 times in the league. But the dealer ignored one thing: Fognini took Nadal down on the clay court just a few months ago in Rio De Janeiro. Considering this along with Fognini’s excellent top seeds, naturally his 8/1 (= 9.0 decimal) feeding rate becomes very attractive.

Eventually, Fognini defeated Nadal without losing a set. The same is true for football or other sports. There are times when you should consider going down the door if it is a reasonable and attractive investment. Instead of leaving a big lump of money just to eat a few small coins with illusions sure to win. To do that, of course, you have to use the # 1 secret. That is to grasp the situation.

Djokovic pulled out of Rogers Cup 2019

Masters 1000 takes place in Montreal, Canada from August 5 to August 11 will be absent from the world’s top two players, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

Djokovic needs a break after winning the 16th Grand Slam in his career.

The news that Federer did not come to Montreal was made immediately during the press conference after the Wimbledon finals in 2019. And yesterday, July 25, world number one Djokovic also announced his withdrawal from the Montreal tournament, citing the need for time. take a break after the intense battles in the past All England Club.

“I am sorry to announce that I will be absent from the upcoming Rogers Cup tournament. I am trying to recover my fitness with the support of my team to be able to return to the competition,” said the four-time champion. Masters 1000 here declared. “I love the country and the people of Canada. I have a lot of friends here and it always makes me feel at home. I hope to have a chance to come back to play in front of enthusiastic audiences.”

Rogers Cup is held alternately every year in the cities of Montreal and Toronto of Canada. Djokovic has won twice at each venue, Montreal (2007, 2011) and Toronto (2012, 2016).

Last year, the Serbian player stopped in the third round after a defeat at the hands of Stefanos Tsitsipas, who then missed the chance to win his first Masters in his career (losing to Nadal in the final).

Besides the absence of the world’s top two players, Montreal’s 1000 Masters this year is not attended by Del Potro. The Argentinian is still in the process of treating kneecap injuries, after taking up the surgery table on June 22.

“We expect to see Djokovic win the third championship in Montreal but also understand why he can’t come here. We wish him a quick recovery to return to the stage. At the end of the season, Del Potro is suffering from constant injuries in the last few years, we hope he will be fit to be on the pitch, “said Rogers Cup director Eugene Lapierre.

Djokovic ninth time into the Wimbledon semi-final


The defending champion David Goffin 6-4, 6-0, 6-2 in the Grand Slam quarter-finals quarter-final match on July 10.

The head-to-head ratio is 5-1 in favor of Novak Djokovic before the two players enter the quarterfinals. But they have never encountered the grass, and the last time they met was in Monte Carlo two years ago, where Goffin won first.

While the Serbian player needed eight hours and 18 minutes to be in the Wimbledon quarterfinals this year, the 21st seed had to spend a total of 10 hours playing on the pitch.

The first double fault caused Djokovic to be 40-40 equalized, but the opponent’s two late delivery errors helped him preserve the game early in the match. In the next game, he faced two consecutive break-points. Nole saved the first point with a perfect shot on the perfect net and the next point thanks to two niggles from Belgium.

Goffin still has a stable and stable ability to play, with only two points lost in the first three games. In contrast, due to the slow and subjective entry in some situations, Djokovic almost paid dearly.

Goffin won the game to save the seventh ball in the set to pass the 4-3 lead. But that advantage was short-lived when Djokovic took advantage of the Belgian’s second double fault to break the game immediately after that and once again, before closing the first set. Compared to the opponent, Nole has less than four winner and slightly better points than a defect in the opening set, 10 points, and nine errors respectively.

When really catching up with the match in the second set, the defending champion went forward with his left hand to force the opponent to return to the two corners of the yard before overflowing the net to score a decisive point. The spectacular smash closed Djokovic’s impressive 6-0 set, although the opponent had previously tried to resolve the two set-points. In this set, he lost only one serve and got exactly three errors of self-defeating, equal to one-third of Goffin’s.

The one-way battle is still maintained in the final set. After winning the game to save the ball to lead 3-1, the number one seed continued to save the two break-points facing the extremely difficult serve into the T-corner and won the next series of durable balls. After his subtle drop in the final game, the Belgian player missed the wrong left-handed shot to Nole to hit the 70th victory in Wimbledon.