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When it comes to sports betting, football matches are pretty unique in that most contests end up in one of three ways – the home side wins, the away side wins (unless it’s a neutral fixture of course) or there’s a draw. When most people are sports betting, they eschew the draw and go for one of the teams to win. Of course, if the game ends up a draw then such a bet is a losing one. With a ‘draw no bet’ wager, the draw is removed from the equation. If the team you back wins, your bet is a winner, and if the team you back loses then your bet is also a losing one. If it’s a draw, then your stake is returned.
If you are into sports betting then obviously you will know what an accumulator or acca is. If you are new to sports betting then an accumulator is a combined series of bets that offers high returns for a relatively low stake as long as all events in the acca are winners. When calculating a winning accumulator, the winnings from the first bet in the list becomes the stake for the second, and so on until all bets have been accounted for. With a ‘draw no bet’ accumulator you simply link a series of single ‘draw no bet’ wagers in an acca. If any games in the acca end in draws then they are removed from the accumulator – if all the other bets are winners – to calculate your winnings.
You will find that nearly every leading sportsbook in the online sports betting arena will offer ‘draw no bet’ options. The odds will be tighter than home/away/draw forecasts, but that is to be expected as you no longer have to worry about your chosen game ending in a draw. Navigate to your chosen fixture’s extended page and locate the ‘Draw No Bet’ options. You should see the two teams listed and the ‘draw no bet’ prices available. Click on the price that’s adjacent to the team you are choosing to back and your ‘draw no bet’ wager should instantly be added to your virtual betting slip.
We feel the best ‘draw no bet’ tips are for games where one team has an advantage over its opponent, but there is also the strong chance that a game may end in a tie. By going for the ‘draw no bet’ option you eradicate the chances of your bet becoming a losing one if the match does indeed finish all-square, as it would if you went for the straight ‘win’. We evaluate every game to see if it more suits a ‘draw no bet’ wager than a straight-up forecast, using both statistical models and our experience gained through many successful years in the football wagering realm.