Simple Soccer System That Makes £3,000 A Season
This is a simple soccer system that I use from the start of every season but can equally well be used at any time of the season. The New Year would be an ideal opportunity to start it off.
The idea behind it is to win £100 from every team that you pick. So at the start of each season, or New Year in this case, you pick out a number of teams. It could be 10, 20, 30, however many you want. Now what you are looking for are teams that are going to win one home game by 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1 by the end of the season. Let’s say you had picked out 10 teams and this first week, 3 of them, Arsenal, Watford and Leeds were playing at home, so you are going to bet on those 3 teams.
Now you have to decide on a scoreline and stick to that same scoreline throughout the season. So you will be looking for a favourite winning scoreline for a Home team. You will either pick 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1 as these are the most common winning scorelines. Personally I go for 2-0 or 2-1 because you can get round about 10/1 for these. Right, so we decide on 2-0, now this is the scoreline that you must stick to, right through to the end of the season for every bet you make within this system.
Remember we are trying to win £100 for every team and when you have won that £100, you cross the team off your list and don’t bet on them again using this system. So we have Arsenal, Watford and Leeds, we have picked 2-0 as our scoreline and this is priced up at 10/1. We are looking to win £100 from each team, so we place a £10 bet on each of them to win 2-0 @10/1. Arsenal win 2-0, so you have won your £100.
You can now cross them off your list of teams and don’t use them again for the rest of the season. Watford get beaten, so you have lost £10. Leeds draw, so you have lost £10. The next time Watford and Leeds are at home you back them again to win 2-0 but this time you are trying to win £110, to make up for the £10 you lost last time. So you will place an £11 bet on both of them to win 2-0 at 10/1. If Watford win 2-0, you can then cross them off your list and don’t bet on them again this season. If Leeds lose then next time they are at home in the league, you back them again to win 2-0 but this time you are trying to win £121, to make up for the £10 and £11 you lost previously.
You continue in this fashion until all the teams you have picked at the start have won by 2-0 at home. If you picked 10 teams to start with, then you have now won £1000, if it is 30 Teams, you have won £3000. It is up to you how many teams you start with. It could be 10, it could be 50. You can bet on as many teams as you want each week but they must be playing at home and they have to win 2-0 or whatever score you decide to start with. It doesn’t really matter which teams you start with, you could pick any but personally I would go for teams that are going well in the league and are up towards the top of the table.
Obviously you will need to keep a record of all your teams, crossing them off as they win 2-0 or adding to your stake next time they are at home if they fail to win 2-0. This system only applies to league games. It has a very good strike rate.
At the start of this season I picked out 30 teams (8 in the Premiership, 7 in the Championship, 7 in League 1 and 8 in League 2). I also picked out the 2-0 scoreline. We are less than half way through the season but already 25/30 of the teams have secured the £100 win. That means I am only waiting for 5 of them to secure that 2-0 win, with more than half of the season to go.
How do I pick my teams at the start of each season? Well that is the easy part. In the Premiership, I pick the top 8 teams from the previous season. In the Championship, I pick the 3 relegated sides from the Premiership plus the top 4 sides that didn’t get promoted from last season’s Championship. In League 1, I pick the 3 relegated sides from the Championship plus the top 4 sides that didn’t get promoted from last season’s League 1 In League 2, I pick the 4 relegated sides from League 1 plus the top 4 sides that didn’t get promoted from last season’s League 2.
That is it. A very simple system. No form reading, no stats checking, no ratings calculations, just money in the bank. The only difficult part is keeping track of the teams, who you are betting on this week, who you can cross off your list. It does get easier as the season progresses because teams get crossed off your list and you have fewer and fewer to contend with. Out of interest, the 5 teams I am still waiting for this season are, Everton, Reading, Crewe, Cheltenham and Rochdale, though hopefully I can cross them all off soon and have an early bath.