The big correct score betting experiment takes us to Bloomfield Road for the Blackpool versus Tottenham. Our very own betting professor, A.K.A ‘The Professor’, has signaled some high confidence goal bets for Tuesday night’s game (Tue 22nd Feb, 8p). The Professor sniffs out all the best bets for the Let’s Compare Bets big correct score betting experiment. This post looks at two recommendations, one for a correct score bet, and one for a total goals bet. Get more goal betting tips by subscribing (top left) feel free to spread the word.

It’s all in the stats

Blackpool had, until recently, a 100% trend of producing three or more goals per game when they played at home. That’s some exciting football and it happened in every game. Eventually every 100% trend comes to an end and Blackpool’s did recently, but, they are still getting three or more goals in over 91% of their home games. That’s a trend not to be overlooked. Especially since Tottenham score more than one goal and conceive more than one goal on average per game.

Goal betting tip lay the 0 – 0 score line.

Another bet that suits this game is a lay on 7 or more goals in the total goals market. A technique that has been mentioned in previous editions of the correct score goal betting experiment is to wait for a quick goal during the game before placing a lay 7 or more goals bet. What happens is that the odds shorten significantly, which reduces the exposure to the bet by a country mile. This goal betting technique works best when there is a quick goal during the game. It just so happens that Blackpool have scored their first goal within 28 minutes in 83% of their home games this season. Tottenham are also impressive in this area and score the first goal within 28 minutes in 63% of their away games.

Goal betting tip wait for a quick goal then place a 7 or more goals lay bet in the total goal market.

Note. The Professor has said that normally he would be wary of doing a 7 or more goal lay when Tottenham are concerned, but, there as some reasons why this game is different. Tottenham are playing away from home so there is no home side advantage and they have some key players injured; Bale (back), Corluka & Huddlestone (both ankle), Kaboul (knee), King & Woodgate (both groin), Van der Vaart (calf).

This goal betting system works only if it is possible to place lay bets, that’s to bet that something won’t happen. Lay bets are available on popular betting exchanges like Betfair. The Professor has been using Betfair for this goal betting system and started with Betfair’s new customer promotion.

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