Football Trading Systems

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As well as finding you football betting systems, here at football gambler we also aim to find football trading systems that can be used pre match, and in-play. Here are the best football trading systems I have found, along with my honest opinions on them.

Football Trading Systems

Assured Soccer Profits (or ASP, as it is also known) trades the correct score marker on the Betfair Betting Exchange. There is a lot of different scores available to back and lay on the Betfair correct score market, and ASP is basically a system that works on the probability of a match not ending 0-0, or being high scoring.

It is a long term betting system that makes small percentage profits, on a lot of football matches. You will lose occasionally, but in the long term you do record a profit (if you follow the manual properly).

Being an ASP member, you get a full manual to download, tutorial videos to help you get started, and plenty of videos showing how to react to different scenarios, being as no two football matches are ever the same.

ASP is more for the meticulous football gambler, who is prepared to be patient and slowly build. It is purely trading, and you will have to be prepared to trade out for scratch on occasions. If you like out and out gambling, then Assured Soccer Profits won’t suit you.

Pre Match Trading is exactly what it says on the tin. Being a member of Pre Match Trading, you can profit from football matches before a ball is even kicked.

PMT (as it is also known) members have access to software that spots misaligned prices, or gaps in the market, on football matches traded on the Betfair Betting Exchange.

You simply click on the match you want to check the odds on (on the Pre Match Trading website), and it brings up all the odds on that match for you and spots gaps in the market, or if a price in a particular market is wrong, and this allows you to place a back or lay bet, and profit before a ball is kicked.

There is a regular members email sent out highlighting some of these misaligned prices, but obviously every member is getting these, and they are hard to profit from. What I do is I try and look for my own. Yes, this takes time, but it can be profitable, and after all, you don’t generally get anything given too you if you don’t put the work in.

If you’re prepared to search through the software for your own opportunities, you will profit from this. If you just sit back ans wait for the emails, you probably won’t have much joy.

Ran by the same people who brought you PreMatchTrading, the In-Play Trading scanner is basically a football betting help tool, as opposed to a football betting system.

It is designed for football betting punters who like to bet in-play, hence the name, and what it does is offers you all the details you need, on one page.

If you are attempting to follow a football match that is not being shown live on TV (or the Internet), then you know how frustrating this can be. You need to rely on a stats website, that informs you about possession, shots on target, corners, etc, and you then have to keep going back to your Betfair (or bookmakers screen) to see what the odds are in-running.

What In-Play scanner does, is has all the stats on the same page that has the Betfair odds on it. Allowing you to click on the odds and place your bet, at the optimum moment, ensuring you the best price.

In my opinion it is a bit of a luxury tool, and is for bigger gamblers. If you only have a few quid a week on football betting, then there is little point in paying for this. If you are a big hitter, who likes to be across everything before hitting the ‘confirm’ button, then In-Play Scanner might be worth a look.