Betfair’s Odds on That feature is a great functionality that allows you to create customised multiples bet that are based on your selections in a specific football match. You can choose from a wide range of markets and when you have decided on your selection, you can just request a price from your accumulator from Betfair using the #OddsOnThat hashtag. Alternatively, you can simply go to any game’s in Betfair’ #OOT’ section and pick one of the many pre-determined multiple bets there.
For instance, you can combine things like first goalscorer, correct score, both teams to score, over 2.50 and many other iterations in a game to create multiple bets based on a single game that can have great returns! Below you will find the latest betting tips from our experts that are using the #OddsOnThat functionality.
#OddsOnThat Special – Friday, 19th June
Tottenham vs Man Utd #OddsOnThat Tips
Both Teams To Score
Reason for Tip: Even if Tottenham haven’t been able to find consistency this season, they have scored in 17 of their 21 home games this term. On the negative side, they have kept only four clean sheets and United should take advantage of that with their effective counter-attack.
3+ corners for each team
Reason for Tip: Man Utd are averaging 5+ corner per match so this is likely to continue at the Tottenham Stadium. Spurs have also an average of 5 corners per game so both teams should go over this line comfortably.
3+ cards for each team
Reason for Tip: With condition that won be at the top, cards are likely to be handled frequently. Both sides are averaging in the region of 2 cards per game but given the importance of this match and the form that is not at the top we confident both teams are likely to go over this line.
Tipped at Odds: 14/1
A £10 Bet On The Acca Above Returns:
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