You’ve probably looked at hundreds of websites about betting tips already. Honestly some are good and some are dam right crap.
This weekend sees the return of the Magic Weekend which this year is being held in Liverpool at Anfield Stadium.
The jam-packed weekend of Rugby League action means that we wanted to give you the opportunity to select some bets to make some profit. This section of Spreadsheet Betting will have Magic Weekend Betting Odds and Tips and will be updated once more odds are available.
Magic Weekend Fixtures
SATURDAY MAY 25
14:00 – Wakefield Trinity v Catalans Dragons
16:30 – Hull FC v Huddersfield Giants
19:00 – Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves
SUNDAY MAY 26
13:00 – Salford Red Devils v Hull KR
15:30 – Leeds Rhinos v London Broncos
18:00 – St Helens v Castleford Tigers
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Magic Weekend Betting Accumulators
SkyBet currently only have the following trebles to pick from but once they have their odds up for anytime tryscorers then we’ll be back to update this section with more bets.
Catalans, Hull FC & Warrington all to win
Wakefield, Hull FC & Warrington all to win
Catalans, Hull FC & Wigan all to win
Wakefield, Hull FC & Wigan all to win
Catalans, Huddersfield & Warrington all to win
Wakefield, Huddersfield & Warrington all to win
Catalans, Huddersfield & Wigan all to win
Wakefield, Huddersfield & Wigan all to win
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With Leeds crashing out of the Play-Offs after throwing away a first leg lead against Derby County, it remains to be seen whether Marco Bielsa will remain in the Elland Road hot seat. The Leeds Utd Next Manager Betting market has already seen a flurry of bets and interest with the temperamental Argentinian rumored to be seeking a new challenge away from Leeds Utd. With the club failing to make the Premier League in what looked like a confident start, the Leeds Manager Betting market is likely to be a strong one with lots of contenders across the board.
Your current Next Leeds Utd Betting Odds are listed below, but we’ll attempt to keep them as current as possible
6/1 – David Wagner next Leeds United Manager betting odds
11/1 – Sam Allardyce next Leeds United Manager betting odds
11/1 – Nigel Pearson next Leeds United Manager betting odds
11/1 – David Moyes next Leeds United Manager betting odds
14/1 – Carlos Carvalhal next Leeds United Manager betting odds
14/1 – Chris Coleman next Leeds United Manager betting odds
16/1 – Alan Pardew next Leeds United Manager betting odds
20/1 – Mark Warburton next Leeds United Manager betting odds
20/1 – Gary Rowett next Leeds United Manager betting odds
25/1 – Gary McAllister next Leeds United Manager betting odds
25/1 – Brendan Rodgers next Leeds United Manager betting odds
33/1 – Avram Grant next Leeds United Manager betting odds
33/1 – Brian McDermott next Leeds United Manager betting odds
33/1 – Rafael Benitez next Leeds United Manager betting odds
33/1 – Gordon Strachan next Leeds United Manager betting odds
33/1 – Harry Redknapp next Leeds United Manager betting odds
33/1 – Jurgen Klinsmann next Leeds United Manager betting odds
So what makes spreadsheet betting different?
We focus purely on “Goals Galore” or betting on football matches where you think both teams will score. Using real stats from historic matches, using a simple spreadsheet and some clever formulas to predict which are the teams most likely to score. We look at matches for every Saturday and Sunday during the season and cover all the major leagues including:
- Belgium Division 1
- Belgium Division 2
- English Conference
- English League 1, 2 & 3
- English Premier League
- France Division 1 & 2
- Germany Division 1, 2 & 3
- Holland / Dutch Division 1
- Italy Division 1 & 2
- Northern Ireland Division 1
- Portugal Division 1 & 2
- Scottish Division 1, 2 & 3
- Scottish Premier League
- Spain Division 1 & 2
- Switzerland Division 1 & 2
- Turkish Division 1 & 2
- Welsh Division 1C & 1R
By Looking at the teams across all these leagues, we are once again improving the odds compared to just looking at the English Premier League matches and teams. Take the guesswork out of your betting, trust the stats, trust Spreadsheet Betting!
Why Goals Galore?
Bookies often give fixed odds on the Goals Galore Bets. It doesn’t matter which teams you bet on you always get the same odds. For Example:
– Bet on 3 games and you get 3/1 odds
– Bet on 4 games and you get 4/1 odds
– And so on.
The fact the bookies give fixed odds means they don’t expect people to figure out the odds. They are relying on people selecting games at random and not using clever spreadsheets to figure out the odds and bet on the most likely games.
This is why spreadsheet betting was created.