We’re passionate about all things football especially betting. We’re always on the look out for the best value betting markets and there are certainly plenty of them. We strongly believe that the draw no bet market, allows us to place some bets on our favourite game whilst giving ourselves some protection and cover on the stake.
On this site you’ll find everything you need to know about the draw no bet market. We have created a betting strategy and explained the best places to bet, with some excellent offers for new customers.
Our latest Draw no bet tips
11th & 12th August
- Burnley 27/10
- Newcastle 15/8
- Manchester City 8/15
A £10 bet returns £124 on this bet
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Creating our draw no bet tips
We look for the strongest fixtures and teams statistically when creating our tips. Its important to follow a strategy and study the form rather than just taking a shot in the dark if you want to see regular returns on bets that are more likely to be successful.
You can create your own strategy to make a draw no bet tips acca however if you haven’t already done so check out what we think you need to factor in to your thinking. Strong teams playing away from home are often a good choice, where the odds between the two sides are very close.
We also think that tournament football, such as the Champions League is ideal ground for the draw no bet market, where the better sides often consider an away draw a good result. Of course we want these sides to win so we too win or bet, but remember the draw no bet gives us our stake back in the event of a draw.
If you create a draw no bet acca and one of the games is a draw then the returns are reduced to remove that game. You can work out your returns on a betting calculator like aceodds.com to see what a difference a draw makes to your returns. You acca is only lost if the team you’ve not picked wins. This gives you a opportunity for big accas at lower odds but always remember the returns will potentially be smaller than you initially thought if you hit some draws.
Draw No Bet Strategy
The draw no bet market is almost a clever way of betting in itself, rather than just another football betting market. By betting clever you can ‘cover’ your stake by choosing the fixtures that offer this market. (usually all). Draw no bet is not only another market but widely considered a betting strategy in itself.
There are many things you should take into account if you want to bet on draw no bet and within our draw no bet strategy we look out for the following considerations;
There are two things your looking out for with draw no bet. The win and the draw. It makes sense then to look for fixtures where a better team is playing a weaker side. Yes the odds maybe lower but just in case the top team is having an off day, the bet is covered by the draw, where the stake will be returned.
We think, as part of the draw no bet strategy, that strong teams playing away from home are reliable for this bet. We also think a stronger, defensively sound, team will see the win part of the bet be successful. Don’t just look at the top leagues across Europe either. There can be some real value found in the lower leagues.
Make sure you’re betting with the right bookmaker. Of course the choice of bookie is up to you and there are many to choose from. Check the odds on the win-draw-win market and draw no bet market. Compare them and stake your bet accordingly.
Take your stake and divide it by the draw odds in the win draw win market. This amount will be needed to win your full stake on the draw. Take the remainder of your stake and multiply it on your chosen team’s odds to win. By doing this you might find that the returns should be higher than the odds offered through draw no bet. But because you are covering yourself it’s better to accept this. Remember that odds will be lower for draw no bet but you’ll get the stake back in the event of the honours being even at the final whistle.
It goes without saying that a little research on players and teams form should be taken into account. Check the players in form, injuries and competitions and remember as part of your draw no bet strategy serious consideration should be placed on lower league football.