football pic – Final Review

We have reached the end of our three month trial of and here are the final results:


Profit/loss:   -4 points 
Strike Rate:   82%
Bank Growth:   -8%
Cost:  £30 per month 
ROI:  -5%
Average number of bets:   1 per day


You can view full results here. Full Review is a service that involves laying the current score at half time in selected matches in the hope that there will be more goals and hence the bet will win.

At the start of our trial they advised laying any current score at half time as long as the odds were under 6.0. 

However, during the trial they changed this to only laying if the score is a certain scoreline, normally 1-0 or 1-1. 

That approach means there are less bets but has proved effective for the short time it was in operation.

Overall however, the trial finished with a slightly disappointing 4 points lost.

They also introduced a “lay the 0-2 scoreline” system part way through the trial, but that was also slightly down by the end of our trial.

All in all then we feel like a neutral rating is the fairest judgement here – a small loss was no disaster and there were signs the new approach was proving more effective.

So we will keep an eye on things for a while longer and see if this turns out to be the case.


Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Generally good, bets are sent out in good time before matches and there are usually just 1-3 matches to bet on any one day. You obviously need to be able to monitor the matches and place your potential lay bet at half time if the criteria are met, so may not suit everyone. 

Availability of prices: There are no prices advised as such, just whatever the price is at half time and presuming it is below 10.0, which it nearly always is. 

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 82%, which on the face of it is good but with laying systems when you hit a loser it does hit the bank quite hard so you need to be prepared for that. 

Advised Betting Bank: No betting bank was advised, but we used a 50 point bank for the trial, which seemed plenty enough to take account of any losing runs. 

Subscription costs: Subscription costs are £30 per month. The good thing is though that if they have a losing month then you get the next month free (or you can get a refund for the month instead). 


OVERALL VERDICT: NEUTRAL takes an interesting approach to betting on football, by laying the current score at half-time if it meets certain criteria.

Sadly the results haven’t turned out quite as expected over our trial however.

With 4 points lost, it is certainly not the worst trial we have run though and there were signs the new approach to laying only if the score is certain scorelines appears to be improving things.

So we will keep our eye on things for a while longer and see if results can turn around for them.





—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————– – Results Update

8th August 2016

It has been a tough time for, who have dropped 12 points since our last update to be 14 points down for the trial overall. 

You can view full results here.

The methodology for the selections was changed recently. Instead of laying any HT score (apart from 0-0) as we have been doing up until now, they now only say to lay the score at HT if the score is one of certain scorelines (e.g. 1-0, 1-1 etc).

And the maximum lay odds have changed from 6.0 to 10.0

So perhaps this change of approach will lead to an improvement in results – and with the main football season just a week away, there will be more action to choose from. 

Back soon with more updates.





—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————– – Results Update

11th July 2016

There has been a slight improvement for since our last update a month ago.

They have picked up 4 points of profit to sit at -2.5 points so far for the trial. 

You can view full results here.

To be honest though, things have been very quiet for them, with only nine bets over the last month.

It is probably a better idea to monitor this service when the main footy season is in progress rather than during the Summer months when there are very few bets.

It’s not long to go now – just one month until the Premier League kicks off again – so we will continue following them into the new season.

The other thing to mention is that they recently started up a second service involving laying the 0-2 scoreline (i.e. laying the underdog to win 2-0).

Unfortunately that second service has not started well and is 15 points down so far after three weeks.

Still, it is very early days so plenty of time to turn things around.

Back soon with more updates. 





—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————– – Results Update

14th June 2016

It’s been a slow start to our trial of, a service that provides matches to lay the current score at half time in.

So far they are 6 points down after three weeks.

You can view full results here.

To be fair, things have been quiet with the end of the football season and there haven’t been very many selections so far.

Interestingly they have recently added a second service to their repertoire, which involves laying the 2-0 in selected matches.

It has apparently made 165 points profit in 4 months, with a strike rate of close to 99%.

The average lay odds for the 2-0 are 30 though, so this is not for the feint-hearted.

We will monitor how the 2-0 service gets on now and see if they can match the impressive pre-trial results.

Back soon with more updates.




—————————————————————————————————————————————————————————– – New Review

21st May 2016

Alas the main footy season is over – excluding the Champions League final of course.

So you may be feeling withdrawal symptoms already, wondering where you can get your fix of betting on the beautiful game whilst Europe’s big leagues take a break.

Fear not though, just because we are into the Summer, it doesn’t mean football betting has to stop. 

Not by a long shot.

The Euros are just around the corner and there are a good number of leagues that play during the Summer including in Scandanavia, Russia, South America and Ireland amongst others.

So strap yourselves in for a new football betting system to keep us footy addicts going over the Summer.

The system is question is called CorrectScores.Net and it follows a very simple strategy.

Basically you get a list of games to potentially bet on in the morning.

Then you lay the current scoreline at half time. as long as two criteria are met:

  • The score is not 0-0 at half time; and
  • You can get odds of less than 6.0. 

So a pretty simple setup, there should be no problems following this one. 

The published results on the website look very good, albeit over a fairly short period, with 42 points profit made to 1 point level stakes since the service started in February this year.

The system has supposedly been developed over 3 years, so plenty of work has gone into it by the sounds of things.

And to top it off, there is a profit guarantee of 5 points profit per month, so if you don’t make that much profit they will refund your subscription fees.

That shows great confidence in their service and must mean they believe at least 5 points profit will be made per month on a consistent basis.

We ran a trial of similar system a while ago called Half Time Hero that sadly didn’t pan out, but let’s hope for better things from

We will return soon with our first update on how things are coming along for this one.

In the meantime, you can check out here.

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Free Super Tips – Final Review

We have come to the end of our three month trial of Free Super Tips and here are the final results:


Profit/loss:   -53 points* (+ successful £10 to £1,000 challenge)
Strike Rate:   13%
Bank Growth:   -27%
Cost:  FREE
ROI:  -15%
Average number of tips:   6 per day [football] 


* results based on Accumulators, BTTS, BTTS & Win & Daily Double bets. 

You can view full results here.


Free Super Tips Full Review


The first thing we would say about Free Super Tips is that it has not been an easy service to review.

There are so many tips posted on the site that it would be very difficult to follow them all. We have focused on the football bets and excluded the American sports, tennis and golf tips.

And even when talking about the football bets, we have focused on four of the main types of bets: Accumulator bets, Both Teams to Score (BTTS) accas, Both Teams to Score & Win and Daily Doubles, plus the “£10 to £1,000” Challenge.

Whilst the main accumulator bets finished in a loss of 53 points, they did land one of their  “£10 to £1,000” Challenges over the trial, which was impressive.

So on that basis, we think a fair rating is neutral in that following all their bets to £10 stakes probably would have left you with a small profit when you take into account the other £10 to £1,000 challenges that lost.

The nice thing about the website of course is that all tips are free, which is refreshing in this age of some very overpriced tipsters.

Plus everything is very nicely presented and there are quick click-throughs to bet slips with Bet 365 below the tips.


Service Breakdown

Ease of use: It all depends on how many of their tips you want to follow. If you want to follow all of them, then this would be a time-consuming process as there are a large number of tips, plus quite a lot of them are accumulators which take more time to place than individual bets. 

Availability of prices: The prices are generally widely available, although there are some more niche bets in obscure leagues where odds can be pushed in, but the most of the time you should be ok to match their prices.  

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 13% so you will need some patience if you are following their various accumulator bets. 

Advised Betting Bank: A betting bank is not advised for the service but we used a 200 point bank for the trial given the kinds of odds they tip at. Of course you may want to use separate banks for each of the types of bets you follow.

Subscription costs: This is the good news: FREE!



Free Super Tips is quite a novel website that provides a large number of tips, focused mainly on football but also including other sports as well.

They provide lots of different accumulator bets, meaning you would need a decent sized bank to follow these tips.

Unfortunately their football accumulator tips finished in a 53 point loss over the trial. 

However, they did land one of their “£10 to £1,000 Challenges” over the trial as well, an impressive feat.

Overall, if you’d followed all the acca tips plus those Challenges, you would have a small profit, so we think a neutral rating is fair verdict for them.

The great thing is the tips are provided for free, which is good to see in this day and age.

This might be a service for you if you like the buzz of winning big accas and the like.




Free Super Tips – Results Update

1st March 2016

Our trial of Free Super Tips had started off very well but sadly things have gone somewhat south for them recently. 

They have dropped 59 points since our last update just over a month ago. 

That puts them at -45 points for the trial overall. 

You can view full results here.

We would stress that this is just covering their football accumulators and not their tips on US sports, tennis or golf.

Just covering their football accumulator tips has been quite a lot of work, so we can’t imagine what it must be like to follow every one of their tips!

Anyway, let’s hope for a couple of big winners before the end of the trial to get things back into the positive.




Free Super Tips – Results Update

26th January 2016

There has been a small loss for Free Super Tips since our last update a few weeks ago. They have dropped 11 points in that time to stand at +14 points for our trial overall. 

You can view full results here.

The results take into account their various football betting tips including the regular accumulators, the BTS accas, the BTS & Win accas and the Daily Doubles.

However recently they have also landed one of their “£10 to £1,000” Challenges. This is basically where they start with £10 and then with each bet they place their stake and winnings onto the next bet, so the stake becomes progressively larger until you are betting a few hundred quid at the end.

Once you reach the £1,000 then the challenge is done and you start again. We weren’t proofing these at the beginning but there were bet slips on the website showing the bets so we are fairly sure it was genuine. We will be proofing the £10 to £1,000 Challenges from now on.

So overall this looks like a promising service, particularly as it is free.

Back soon with more updates. 




Free Super Tips – Results Update

30th December 2015

It has been a good start to our trial of Free Super Tips, who are +25 points in profit so far after nearly a month of tipping.

You can view full results here.

They tip only in accumulators and have a variety of different categories they provide selections in. So for example there are match betting and over/under accumulators, BTTS (both teams to score) and BTTS & Win accumulators, as well as daily doubles.

They have landed three nice accas so far, at odds of 35/1, 51/1 & 22/1. Two of those have been in the BTTS markets and one in the BTTS & Win market, so that seems to be their specialism based on the evidence so far.

We have only been recording their football tips, but they also tip in American sports including NBA, NHL and College football.

A good start so far and always nice to see a service that provides free tips. Let’s see how things go for them over the next two months.





Free Super Tips – New Review

11th November 2015

We always welcome a service that provides free tips here at Honest Betting Reviews, given the extortionate prices that some tipsters feel justified in charging.

So we are pleased to commence a trial of Free Super Tips, a website offering free tips on football. They offer tips primarily on televised matches and big games, with daily doubles and accumulators as well. 

They provide full match previews for the big games, with comprehensive stats and analysis. As ever though, the key thing is the results they produce, so we will be interested to see how they get on during our trial.

There are no results published on the website, which can be a worrying sign but does not always indicate that a service isn’t profitable. Probably worse than that is a service that claims great results that seem too good to be true – normally they are!

Anyway, with detailed match previews and the use of statistics, it appears they have a solid grounding on which to build a potentially profitable service. 

And as we say, it is nice to come across a service that offers its tips for free. If their tips are anything like as good as another free service we are trialing at the moment in the form of Betting Bias, then they will be doing well.

We will run our normal three month trial and see how they get on. Please check back here for results updates as the trial progresses.

In the meantime you can check out Free Super Tips here. 

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iWinSoccerBets – Final Review

We have come to the end of our trial of iWinSoccerBets and here are the final results:


Profit/loss:  -8 points
Strike Rate:   53%
Bank Growth:  -16%
Cost:  £29 for 14 days or £49 per month
ROI:  -5.5%
Average number of tips:  11 per week


You can view full results here.


iWinSoccerBets – Full Review


Following fast on the heels of our final review of the Football Tipster we have iWinSoccerBets which has just finished its three month trial here at Honest Betting Reviews.

Our comments for both services are quite similar, in that they both finished in a loss for the trial but the losses were small so it was not a disaster.

In the case of iWinSoccerBets, the loss was -8 points, which represented a 16% loss of the bank.

Here is how the trial went in graph format:

iWinSoccerBets Profit Graph

It was quite a steady decline until a bit of a rally late on. 

In general it does seem it’s much tougher to make a profit betting on football than on horse racing.

So far we have only passed one football betting system or tipster (Banker Bets) and that service tips not only on football but also covers tennis and has the odd bet in US Sports.

Compare that to eight horse racing tipsters we have approved and you will get a sense of what we are talking about.

Football is just damn hard to make money out of. Yet it is the most gambled on sport in the world. The bookies must love it!

We get the feeling for a service to make money on football in the long run it has to come up with something genuinely different.

Banker Bets does it with betting at very short odds and identifying value in those selections, which is unusual and not something we had seen before from a football tipster. 

But it’s hard to make money just betting on win selections each week unless you can find a clear edge.

We didn’t really see it here with iWinSoccerBets or with the Football Tipster. That’s not to say it can’t be done, but in our view it’s a tough ask.

So the wait for a winning football-only tipster goes on…


Service Breakdown

Ease of use: The bets are sent out by e-mail which is good and there are around 11 bets per week, so the workload is very manageable. 

Availability of prices: Most of the selections are in the main European and English leagues, so there is no problem with the availability of prices. 

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 53%, which is fairly solid. To make a profit it would probably need to be closer to 60% though. 

Advised Betting Bank: There wasn’t a specific betting bank advised but we used a 50 point bank for the trial, which was more than comfortable. 

Subscription costs: The subscription costs are a little on the high side – particularly based on the results so far – at £29 for 14 days or £49 per month. There are free tips available though. 



Well it’s another football service finishing in a loss and we are seeing something of a pattern here.

The loss for iWinSoccerBets was 8 points, which was disappointing over the course of three months. There have certainly been some strange results lately in the Premier League which may account for some of the difficulties encountered. 

So although this not delivered the hoped-for profits, it is not quite bad enough for us to give it a fail either. A 16% loss of the bank is no disaster.

Perhaps one to keep an eye on as it is a relative newcomer and results may pick up as they get themselves established. 

The good thing is you can join for free and test them out for a while before deciding whether to go to the paid tips, which may be the best option here at the moment.





iWinSoccerBets – Results Update

15th December 2016

It has been a tricky run for iWinSoccerBets since our last update just over a month ago. They have dropped 14 points to sit at -12 points now after two months. 

You can view full results here.

As we have said elsewhere, it has been a tough time for football tipsters lately with a spate of strange results.

Still time left for iWinSoccerBets to turn it round though and finish the trial in profit.

Back soon with more updates.




iWinSoccerBets – Results Update

7th November 2015

It has been a slow but steady start for iWinSoccerBets to their trial, with 2.46 points accumulated after a month of tipping. 

You can view full results here.

It is always harder to make big profits on football than on horse racing as you are betting at much lower odds, so 2.65 points isn’t too bad. We think any service that can manage 5 points per month betting on football to 1 point level stakes is doing very well.

They have had a couple of nice winners at tasty odds, including Liverpool to beat Chelsea at 4.22 and Stoke to beat Swansea at 3.96.

The good thing is that tips are pretty much all in the big leagues, so there is no problem getting the advised odds or getting the bets on.

So a solid start for iWinSoccerBets – let’s hope things continue in positive fashion.

Back soon with more updates.



iWinSoccerBets – New Review

2nd October 2015

Following on from our recent article about who is the best football tipster, today we are commencing another trial of a football tipster.

Our quest here at Honest Betting Reviews is to find the very best football tipsters. So we are always on the look out for new talent and we may have found something promising in the form of iWinSoccerBets. 

This is a relatively new football tipping service that operates both free tips and “VIP” paid tips.

They tip across leagues from around the world and whilst focusing mainly on the match odds market, also tip in markets such as both teams to score and over/under markets.

They use historical and statistical modelling to come up with the selections and you are provided with the historical data behind the tips, which is always reassuring. You do sometimes wonder with some tipping services where there is no reasoning behind the tip whether they are just plucking the selections out of thin air!

We will undertake our normal three month review and see how this one gets on. With the footy season in full swing it’s a good time to get involved with football betting as there is a good bank of results now to go on.

You can check back here soon for results updates, but in the meantime if you want to view iWonSoccerBets, you can click here. 


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Football Tipster – Final Review

We have come to the end of our trial of the Football Tipster and here are the final results:


Profit/loss:  -87.50 points
Strike Rate:  47%
Bank Growth:  -8%
Cost:  Free 14 day trial then £14.95/month or £67/year
ROI:  -2%
Average number of tips:  5 per week


You can view full results here.


Football Tipster Full Review

It’s been five long months since we started our trial of the Football Tipster and we have finally reached the 100 bet mark.

It has been a rather agonising trial as well in the sense that very little has happened over the five months.

We have finished with an 88 point deficit which represents a small 8% loss of the bank, which is disappointing but isn’t a catastrophe either.

There was something of a recovery for the service as at one point it was over 300 points down, as you can see from the graph below.

Football Tipster Profit Graph

Most of the bets are in the Premiership and major European leagues with only about 5 bets per week, it’s an easy service to follow. 

Rather frustratingly, they haven’t updated results on their website since August 2015 and when you click on the “results” tab it just brings up an error.

It always worries us when results aren’t regularly updated on a website, particularly when a tipster is struggling so that gives us cause for concern here.

Certainly we haven’t seen anything to back up the claim on their website that you can make£19,873.50 per year are realistic. 


Service Breakdown

Ease of use: There are only around 5 bets per week and the tips are normally sent out on a Friday, giving you plenty of time to get the bets on. With the bets being in the major European leagues, there is no problem with liquidity. 

Availability of prices: As above, there is no problem with the availability of prices. 

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 47%, which is a bit lower than it needs to be if this service is going to make a profit. We would expect a strike rate of over 50% would be needed in the long term. 

Advised Betting Bank: A 1000 point bank was advised for the trial, which was comfortable and although we went over 300 points down at one point, that only represented about 30% of the bank, so the advised bank seems appropriate.

Subscription costs: The subscription costs are reasonable, with a free 14 day trial available followed by £14.95 per month or £67 per year.



It has been quite a long and agonising trial of the Football Tipster, who after 5 months made an 8% loss of the bank.

Although it is disappointing to make a loss, it hasn’t been a collapse either and so we feel a neutral verdict is fair in the end as we are close to breaking even.

But we do have concerns over the fact that results haven’t been updated on the website for over 5 months and over the claims of being able to make over £19,000 per year from the service, which haven’t been backed up by our trial. 

So this is probably one to leave alone for now and won’t be a service we add to our portfolio. 





Football Tipster – Results Update

11th December 2015

Unfortunately there has been a slight downturn for the Football Tipster since our last update a month ago.

He has lost 40 points over that time, putting him 161 points down for the trial so far. 

You can view full results here.

We are slowly creeping towards the minimum 100 bet mark, with 81 bets recorded to date. This is a very selective service, but so far being so choosy doesn’t seem to be doing them much good.

Anyway, still time to turn things around and finish in profit. Check back here for our latest update in about a month’s time.




Football Tipster – Results Update

10th November 2015

The Football Tipster has made something of a mini-revival since our last update, with 88 points profit made over the last month or so.

That takes him to -121 points overall. 

You can view full results here.

As we have said before, 121 points down isn’t as bad as it sounds with average stakes of around 35 points. It actually equates to about 3.5 points down if he was tipping to 1-2 point stakes, so nothing too much to worry about.

Some good winners lately include laying Arsenal against Spurs and laying Chelsea against both Liverpool and Stoke. Laying Chelsea seems like a fairly sensible policy at the moment!

Anyway, let’s hope the revival continues for them over the remainder of the trial.

Just a note to say that although we are nearly at the three month mark when we would normally be concluding the trial, there have only been 60 bets so far and we normally require 100 bets to form a conclusion, so we will be running this trial for a couple more months. 

Back soon with more updates.



Football Tipster – Results Update

14th October 2015

It has continued to be something of a struggle for the Football Tipster, who has lost a further 59 points since our last update.

They now sit 209 points down overall.

You can view full results here.

As we said last time though, this sounds worse than it actually is as they tend to bet in 25 or 50 unit stakes.

The good thing about the service is that bets are nearly all in top leagues like the Premiership, Primera Division or Euro qualifiers, so there is no problem getting bets matched etc and no going hunting around for odds from the Kazakhstani second division here!

We will be back soon to see if things have turned around for the Football Tipster.



Football Tipster – Results Update

8th September 2015

It’s been a slow start – in more ways than one – for the Football Tipster.

Firstly, there are very few tips provided, usually only three or four a week. That means it will take a long time to get to our normal 100 bet minimum to judge the service.

Secondly, of the bets provided so far, unfortunately things have got off to a bad start and the service sits 150 points down so far. 

They tend to bet in 25 or 50 unit stakes, so you could say it is about 6 points down so far to 1 point stakes.

You can view full results here.

Most of the bets are in the big leagues like the Premiership or the recent international matches, so you should have no problem obtaining the prices or getting your bets on.

We will have to sit back and see how this slow burner develops, but in the meantime you can check out the Football Tipster here.

Draw Day

Value Football Betting – Seven Month Update

It has now been four months since our trial of Value Football Betting concluded, so how have things been going for them?

Well, sadly as seems to be a theme at the moment, things have not been going very well.

They have lost a large potion of the profit gained during our trial.

During our trial we remarked that they had changed the way they provided tips, going from Kevin (who runs the service) offering his tips, to a selection of “Daily Best Bets” produced by their database and a “£30k challenge” to try and turn £1,000 into £30,000 in 3 years.

Well they have changed things slightly again. It seems part of the Daily Best Bets – the Half Time bets – have been dropped and it is now just the match odds and goals bets. 

The progress of those two has not been too good unfortunately. Here are the totals since our trial ended:

Daily Best Bets

Match Odds: -5 points

Goals Bets: -45 points

Total: -50 points

So bearing in mind that they made 78 points profit during our trial, the daily best bets now sit at +28 points overall after seven months.

£30k Challenge

The £30k Challenge is slightly down after seven months, sitting at a reduction from a starting bank of £1,000 down to £914 now. That represents a 9% decrease in the bank so far.

Results Analysis

We think one of the main problems with Value Football Betting is that they keep changing what is offered with the service. 

It started off with Kevin providing his own tips, but then that was dropped and the Daily Best Bets were introduced, which had three different types of bets.

Then the “£30k Challenge” was introduced and part of the Daily Best Bets was dropped.

We appreciate that some services need to adjust how they provide tips, but there is a danger of tinkering too often so that people become confused or find it difficult to follow the service. We think Value Football Betting do need to settle on their chosen methods and stick with them rather than making more changes for the time being.

This aside, results have also been disappointing since the trial ended and the Daily Best Bets have fallen to just 28 points in profit whilst the £30k Challenge is £86 down. 


Taking into account subscription costs – which we note have fallen from £37 per month when we did our trial to £27 per month now – you would barely have made a profit from following the service over the last seven months.

We therefore have to downgrade this service from its previous passed rating to a neutral rating.

It is a service to keep an eye on because we believe it does have potential, but for the time being we recommend a watching brief until it has established a longer-term track record of success.






Value Football Betting – Final Review

23rd May 2015

You can get Value Football Betting here.

Profit/loss:+4 points
Strike rate:51%
Bank Growth:16%
Cost:£37 per month 
Average number of tips:6 per week

You can view full results here


Value Football Betting Full Review

This has been a challenging review to conduct, primarily because the service has changed its offering and introduced a number of new things since the trial started.

The main offering – and the one used for the table above – is the e-mail service containing Kevin’s (who runs the service) bets for the day.

However, they have changed the way service operates since I started and it appears there are better options available than following just Kevin’s tips.

Below are the main aspects of the service that are available now.

Football betting tips

Kevin’s Selections

As mentioned above, these selections from Kevin, the owner of the site, which are sent by e-mail each day. The bets are focused mainly around the both teams to score and over/under markets.

At the end of the trial, we are 4 points up for these bets, which isn’t too bad but nothing to write home about.

You can view full results here.

So what about the other aspects of the service?

Daily Best Bets

These bets come from a database of statistical analysis the service has constructed, covering 17 different leagues from various countries. The database comes up with value ratings for every match in these leagues.

From this the service then picks out those bets that have the highest value ratings, which are the “Daily Best Bets.”

You are not advised to back all these selections – however doing so would have actually produced very good returns, as we detail further below:

Daily Best Bets Results:

First Half –      Profit +2 points

Match Odds – Profit +22 points

Goals bets –    Profit +54 points

Daily Best Bets Overall – Profit +78 points

This is a very good total to have amassed from 3 months of bets on football. The volume of bets would be high if backing all selections, so you could narrow it down to only backing some of the selections (e.g. just the goals bets). 

£30k challenge

This is an experiment Kevin is running to try to turn £1,000 into £30,000 in three years by betting on football. It started on 1st April 2015 and so far is 4 points in profit.

Trading Room

There is also the opportunity to join a forum on the site and follow the trades that Kevin makes. These are mainly based around the correct score market and seem like sensible strategies, but I have not managed to make any significant profit from them as yet so am not convinced they are a surefire way to become a professional trader or anything like that.


Whilst things have chopped and changed a bit since we began our trial, overall the results have been very good for Value Football Betting. Their main database, from which all the selections are ultimately derived, does seem to be able to identify value selections.

The total of 78 points profit for the Daily Best Bets is a very impressive return and there aren’t many football services out there that are able to match that. 

With the other two main offerings – Kevin’s bets and the 30k challenge – both also being in profit it is a service I am happy to recommend and will form a valuable part of my portfolio going forward.

You can get Value Football Betting here.