|Stuttgart Win @ 1.83|
|Dundee United Draw No Bet @ 1.61|
|Aarau Win @ 1.60|
|Kriens vs Lausanne – Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.65|
|Rapperswil vs Winterthur – Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.61|
|£20 on returns £245|
What is our Daily Accumulator?
Similar to our bet of the day, our daily accumulator is our football tipster’s best accumulator built of today’s football matches around the globe. These odds will be higher than our single bet of the day as it is created from multiple selections rather than just one.
Online Betting And Daily Accumulators
Daily accumulators are popular bets because they can provide a potentially big win for a small stake. Bettors can place singles, doubles and trebles and four selections or more can be combined in daily accumulators. Odds are multiplied to calculate the return and daily accumulators can be win or each way. All selections must win for the bet to produce a profit. Many daily accumulators lose due to one selection failing.
Online sportsbooks have moved away from the traditional betting sport of horse racing and are now much more sports orientated. Soccer accounts for more than 50% of turnover within the internet betting industry. Many soccer bets are daily accumulators.
Traditional bookmaking companies that have developed websites are taking advantage of the relaxation of the laws governing television advertising. This betting sector is very competitive so new customers are enticed with free daily accumulators and concessions.
Internet gambling has now become one of the most popular and lucrative businesses on the internet. Technology developments have led to quick and easy depositing of funds and daily accumulators across a wide variety of sports and markets can now be placed in just a few seconds.
Sports betting has seen a massive growth during the internet era. The leading companies cover an extensive range of sports and leagues for betting purposes. More recent developments have involved exchange and spread betting companies. All types of bookmakers accept daily accumulators across sports.
Football Daily Accumulators
The most basic bet on a soccer match is the 1X2 which is a bet on either a home win, draw or away win. Not much more than 20 years ago singles betting was restricted to Cup ties, internationals and any match televised live. Daily accumulators are popular football bets.
For example, if a bet included a home team the minimum number of selections was five teams. Daily accumulators that consisted of draws and aways were allowed with a minimum of three selections. In the current era singles are allowed on matches from a wide variety of countries and leagues.
Most bettors like to bet on something to happen rather than not happen. This is why daily accumulators on goals in a match are very popular, though the odds reflect this trend. In the exchange model any bet on more than a certain number of goals to be scored requires a counter bet on this not to happen.
This is still an ongoing massive growth area in online soccer betting. There appears to be no limit to what can be bet on during a match. The most bizarre must be whether the woodwork will be struck but just about every facet of a game can now be bet on during the match. Daily accumulators have a part to play.
Tennis Daily Accumulators
Tennis match betting has just two options and the wager involves betting on a player to win a match. Exchange betting now provides the option to lay a player, in effect accepting a bet from a peer who wants to back a player to win.
Within a match it is also possible to bet on who will win the first set or the number of sets in a match. Other popular match daily accumulators include betting on the total number of games or handicap betting when there is a clear favourite.
Bookmakers offer odds on the winner of tournaments and these are updated at the end of play each evening. There are also ante-post markets for the Grand Slams and Davis Cup. It is also possible to bet on who will head the rankings at the end of the season
There are a wide variety of markets to bet on in tennis. Some of these markets offer decent value, especially those with only two options. However, others are less appealing in terms of profit margins and the different factors that can influence the outcome.
Match Winner Daily Accumulators
Match odds are generally set with a theoretical profit margin of about 5% which is the lowest for any form of tennis betting. A player either wins or loses and current form and world ranking is often a good indicator of how the match will develop. This type of bet is susceptible to injury withdrawals and there are some minor differences in how bookmakers settle daily accumulators when a player is unable to complete a match. Players can be combined in daily accumulators.
The favourite to win a match will also be a favourite to win the first set. Without analysing detailed figures it appears that the first set winner will win more than two- thirds of matches. Favourites have a good record in this market so are popular in daily accumulators. The price for any player to win the first set will be slightly higher than his or her match odds.
To Break Serve
More than 80% of games in tennis are won by the server. This figure varies for the four surfaces on which professional tennis is played. Grass produces the fewest breaks while clay lends itself more to the non-serving player winning a game. To break serve is always the outsider in this market and backing the server at any time would accrue a small profit.
Cricket Daily Accumulators
As in most sports the most popular type of cricket bet involves betting on which side will win a match. This is a two-way market in limited over fixtures. Even when there are weather disruptions in one day matches the Duckworth-Lewis method is used to determine who wins the match. It is possible to bet on the draw in a Test match. A number of matches can be combined in daily accumulators.
Bettors also like to bet on leading players for batting and bowling. For all formats it is possible to bet on a side’s top batsmen and bowler and also wager on these markets across a complete series. In a Test series there are markets to bet on for the series winner and series score.
In-play cricket markets are more volatile in one day and Twenty20 matches. One wicket or six can result in significant price changes. Betting in-play on cricket is popular as any one match can see fluctuations in favour of both sides.
An interesting strategy in one day cricket is to lay short-priced favourites at the start of a match. If they lose an early wicket when batting or concede a six when bowling the price will move out. The changes might be small but the bet can be repeated a number of times over the course of a match so that the bettor can win small and often.
Cricket is an extremely popular betting sport with many opportunities over the course of a match or series. Some markets have more punter-friendly profit margins and anyone looking to win betting on cricket should focus on these markets. Daily accumulators are popular cricket bets.
The first cricket World Cup was held in England in 1975. The West Indies won the tournament and successfully defended the title four years later, again in England. Subsequent tournaments have been played in Australia, India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. West Indies Australia, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka have won the World Cup at least once but England have never been world champions. Outright tournament odds are available well in advance of the competition and they are updated after each match.
Match Winner Daily Accumulators
The most basic cricket bet involves betting on the winner of a match, in all formats. The profit margins in these markets are about 5%, the lowest for any type of cricket bet. In some Test matches the draw is the favourite, especially when rain is forecast which means there is not enough playing time to complete the match and produce a definite result. In one day cricket tied matches are very rare. Even when both sides are not able to complete their full quota of overs a result is declared based on calculations using Duckworth-Lewis formula. Outcomes from a number of matches form daily accumulators.
At the beginning of a Test series it is possible to bet on the series winner. Prices are updated after each match and are made available until the final result has been determined. Even over a five Test series the result could be a draw as drawn matches mean one side does not necessarily win more matches than the opposition
Golf Daily Accumulators
The most popular betting market involves betting on which player will win the tournament. The usual number of entrants for a regular tournament is 156 so identifying one player that will return the lowest score over four days is a difficult task. However, the open nature of most golf tournaments is reflected in the betting market. Players in several tournaments can be grouped together in daily accumulators
There are usually no more than a couple of players who get a single figure quote. That applies to dominant players such as Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. If there is no obvious favourite in the field the shortest priced player could be at least 20/1 and only the first ten in the betting can be backed at less than 50/1.
As it takes four days for an outright golf bet to reach expiry bookmakers offer markets on a daily basis. These are generally 18 hole match daily accumulators, consisting of three players over the first two days of a tournament and two players over the second 36 holes. Tournament match daily accumulators over 72 holes are also popular.
Golf lends itself to betting in running as the events take four days to complete and over that time there can be significant fluctuations in scoring and, therefore, the odds. Traditional bookmakers update their prices until the last putt is holed and will also offer prices if there is a play-off. Exchange betting has seen an increase in betting turnover on golf tournaments as the event unfolds. Odds are updated after each round and after any significant shot during the play. Players can be combined in daily accumulators across a number of tournaments.
Golf is a popular betting sport because of the range and diversity of markets that are made available over four days. A football bet generally lasts 90 minutes and a racing bet much less. However, a golf bet on the winner of a tournament takes four days to reach expiry. Over the course of a tournament different types of betting options are offered by the bookmakers, with some offering better value and greater potential winnings than others.
Betting on a player to finish inside the top 10 of a tournament is basically a place only bet. If the selected player wins the tournament the returns do not include a winning element. Players may be suited to a course and play well but not have the experience or temperament to win the tournament. The odds offered are generally a tenth of the price of a player in the outright market. The bet offers security if a player does well but several other players return a better score over four rounds.
72 Hole Match Daily Accumulators
This market involves predicting which of two players will have the lowest score over 72 holes. This is a three-way market as it is possible to bet on the tie. Evenly matched players are paired with reference to relative prices in the outright market. If one player misses the cut the other player who makes the cut is settled as the winner. Players competing in different events can be combined in daily accumulators.
Make The Cut/Miss The Cut
After the first two rounds of regular golf tournaments a cut is made. A pre-determined number of players qualify to play over the weekend and it is possible to bet on players to make or miss the cut. Players who miss the cut do not receive any prize money so the cut is a significant element of professional golf.
Simply put, an accumulator is a combined number of selections placed together to make one bet. In order for the accumulator to be settled as a winner, all selections must be successful. If just one selection is a loser, then the whole bet is a loser (unless bookmakers state offers otherwise). The primary reason punters choose to place accumulators is the possibility of turning a small amount of money into a much larger amount.
Our daily accumulators are hand-picked by our football tipsters who research matches in leagues all over the world. The markets vary according to what our tipsters think is the best selection available. If there are selections that you are unsure about, you can choose to edit the bet taking out some of our tips and adding your own.
Our tips are carefully considered and you can see how our last 5 accumulators have performed above. However, there are no guarantees with our tips so please remember to gamble responsibly. This content is only for those aged 18 years and older.