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Five good tips that will help you win football bet and predictions more often.

So many people do football forecasting but only a few win at times. As a matter of fact the loosing percentage is more than the winning percentage. I have some tips I want to share with you if you may be struggling to win.

Football betting has made so many people depressed due to the large sum of money they've lost. So I hope my article will be helpful for you.

Tip 1. Always have it in mind that you should never borrow money to play bet as it is a bad idea. I advise that you always play with the amount of money that you can afford to loose.

Tip 2. If you've lost for too long and are feeling depressed, always take a break from betting for a while in other to relax your mind and get yourself together. You will then have a calm and sharp mind and it will lessen your rate of depression.

Tip 3. Always analyze the teams properly while predicting the outcome of any game. We definitely can't see the future so it may not be 100% sure but if properly analyzed winning can be sure more often than not.

3. Learn how to explore different picks in prediction. Don't be always focused on a particular pick. There are many options that you can bank on that some people don't know about. For example no red card option and many more.

4. You can plan a rollover for a period of time. This means you can start with an amount of money and each day play a little odd for the rollover period you decide to do. For example someone can do a roll over of 2 odds everyday for two weeks and start with 1 thousand and keep rolling and rolling till the last day of the rollover. But in this case you need to be very careful so that you don't loose your rollover by missing a day out.

5. Study the available players and team form while predicting so that you don't end up banking on a weak team that end up failing.

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