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Top Football Tipster (Betting Gods) – Final Review

We have reached the end of our six month trial of Top Football Tipster from Betting Gods and here are the final results:-


Profit/Loss:   -35 points
Strike Rate:   66%
Bank Growth:   -18%
ROI:   -3%
Average number of bets:   2-3 per day
Cost:   £1.99 for first 15 days then £27 per month


You can view full results here.


Top Football Tipster – Full Review


Top Football Tipster is a tipster from the Betting Gods platform who provides both back and lay bets in football. This should not be confused with, which is a completely separate service. 

The Top Football Tipster from Betting Gods tips in a variety of markets including BTS, Double Chance, Over 0.5 FH Goals, HT/FT and many more. 

Sometimes the liability of bets is quite high when they are laying, with one bet early on in our trial losing 20 points. More recently though they have reduced the stakes so the lay bets don’t tend to have so much liability on them.

Coming into our trial the results looked very promising with 164 points profit made in the previous four months. 

However, this was one of those instances where unfortunately the live trial results didn’t quite match the pre-trial ones and we finished with a 35 point loss after six months. 

That was with a sample size of 450 bets so a good number to judge the service on. 

In terms of the betting bank, the damage wasn’t too bad by any means with just 18% of the advised bank being lost. 

Once you take subscription fees into account however, you would be talking about being quite a bit out of pocket from following the service.

So unfortunately the only verdict there can be is a FAILED rating. As ever we will keep an eye on things and if results pick up we may consider revising our opinion but for the moment it’s not a service we can recommend. 


Service Breakdown

Ease of use:  With an average of 2-3 bets per day it’s a pretty easy service to follow. Tips are normally sent through early in the morning UK time. 

Availability of prices:  There was good availability of prices and no real issues matching the published results. In some instances you can beat the advised prices by using the exchanges. 

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 66%, which is very good but still wasn’t enough to make a profit at the odds tipped at unfortunately.  

Advised Betting Bank: A 200 point bank is recommended when following the service, which seems more than adequate to us. 

Subscription costs: Subscription costs are reasonable at £1.99 for the first 15 days then £27 per month. 



We ran an extended six month trial of Top Football Tipster and unfortunately it finished with a 35 point loss in the end. 

Although that only represented an 18% loss of the recommended betting bank, it was still fairly disappointing and therefore this receives a FAILED rating.

If results improve in future then of course it may be possible to revise our rating so we will keep an eye on things to see if that happens. 








Top Football Tipster – Results Update

13th July 2019

Not much change for Top Football Tipster since our last update, with just 4 points lost over the last month. 

That means they are now 42 points down for our trial overall. 

You can view full results here.

Unfortunately with just a couple of weeks left in the trial unless something dramatic happens it looks like this one will fail to make the grade.

As we have said before, making a consistent long-term profit in the football markets is very tough and so it proving once again. 





Top Football Tipster – Results Update

14th June 2019

It’s been a good month for Top Football Tipster, with a profit of 15 points made since our last update.

Unfortunately though even with that profit they are still 38 points down for our trial overall.

You can view full results here.

Recent form has been good, with the last 10 bets all being winners. However they are going to need that kind of form to continue for a while if they are to get into profit by the end of our review in just over a month’s time. 






Top Football Tipster – Results Update

13th May 2019

The tough run has continued unfortunately for Top Football Tipster from Betting Gods, with another 13 points lost since our last update.

That means they are now 53 points down for our trial overall. 

You can view full results here.

This is a service that showed great promise coming into our trial but unfortunately hasn’t been able to deliver the results under live trial conditions.

Let’s hope they can manage to turn things around soon and that and our next update isn’t one saying the service has been discontinued…





Top Football Tipster – Results Update

15th April 2019

More losses unfortunately for the Top Football Tipster, with 18 points lost since our last update.

That means they are now 40 points down for our trial overall.

You can view full results here.

Not quite living up to their name at the moment, let’s hope for a quick turnaround in form from them. 

Just a note this is the tipster from the Betting Gods platform, rather than the








Top Football Tipster – Results Update

21st February 2019

Not much change for the Top Football Tipster since our last update a month ago, with a loss of 6 points made in that time.

That means they are now 22 points down for our trial overall. 

You can view full results here.

There was a nice 14-bet winning streak recently which was welcome, but because quite a few of the bets are lays with large liabilities, that can be wiped out by a few bets with 4 or 5 point losses.

Although the losses so far haven’t been too bad hopefully they can turn things around soon and get moving into profit. 






Top Football Tipster – Results Update

21st February 2019

It’s been a bit of a slow start to our trial of Top Football Tipster so far, with a loss of 16 points after one month of following the tips. 

You can view full results here.

It is important to note with this service – as we mentioned in our introduction to the review – that some of the bets are lay bets with large liabilities – 20 to 30 points in some cases – so you have to set your staking and starting bank accordingly. 

So for most backing services for example you may wager at £10 per point where staking ranges between 1 and 3 points – meaning the worst you can do is lose £30 on one bet. 

But if you were to follow that staking here you would be risking £200 or £300 on an unsuccessful lay, thus doing a lot more damage to your bank. 

Those large-liability lays don’t come along too often but it is worth bearing this in mind if following the service.  





Top Football Tipster – New Review

30th January 2019

Today we are starting a trial of a new football service from Betting Gods called Top Football Tipster.

This is an interesting service in that it provides both back and lay bets in football, which is an approach we haven’t seen too often. 

So for example you may got a tip to lay a side for 2 points at 5.0, which risks a liability of 8 points if that team goes on to win. Other bets are simple win bets or bets in other markets like BTTS, handicaps and over/unders. 

The approach seems to be working very well so far, with a profit in each of the five months the service has been operating and an overall profit of 164 points. 

The return on investment is a decent 9% while the strike rate is high at over 72%

With there being lay bets the recommended betting bank is higher than most football services at 200 points, but even so with the impressive results the bank has grown by over 80% since September. 

Bets come in a variety of leagues but most of them are in the top European leagues so getting bets matched at advised odds shouldn’t be too much of a problem, but we will look into that further during the review. 

So all in all this looks like a promising new football tipster, although it is still early days. We are looking forward to seeing how they get on during our trial. 

We started receiving tips on 24th January so will record results from then and will update results here regularly during the review so you can see how things are progressing.

In the meantime you can check out Top Football Tipster here. 







8 replies
  1. Helpful comment
    Helpful comment says:

    I notice a very similar pattern with all BETTING GODS football tipsters, the first 3 months are amazing (probably massaged figures from the tipster trial period), then they pretty much break even at best (probably once the service is actually available to the public and can’t have the results massaged). This tipster made an incredible 148 points profit in the first 3.5 months (don’t believe it for a second), and then they have lost around 25 points over the next 6 months. So £39 a month to consistently lose money over the last 6 months seems like a big old con to me. Avoid BETTING GODS like the plague!

    • Dan
      Dan says:

      Hi there,

      Betting Gods have always been fully transparent with their results and they have some top quality tipsters, e.g. Quentin Franks who has been going for 5 years now and over 1400 points profit, Golf Betting Expert – over 1100 points profit, Bookies Enemy, Ron Williams etc. We have proofed a number of their tipsters and always found their results to be fully accurate. So doubt they are massaging results, probably just shows you how tough it is to make money betting on football and the initial success the tipsters had wasn’t sustained.

      Kind regards,


      • Helpful comment
        Helpful comment says:

        Hi Dan,

        All I know is all the football tipsters follow a very similar pattern, start off amazing and then reality hits. So i’ll be watching closely to see when there is a new football tipster available at Betting Gods and whether their record starts from scratch, or whether they will start with already 3-4 months worth of records, because if it’s the latter, it wont be fully transparent, and it could well be massaged figures used to entice people to join before then making the results transparent.
        As is says on their site for becoming a tipster “After applying, you will need to proof for 6 months. This is so we have plenty of results to be confident in you and ENOUGH TO MARKET YOUR SERVICE DURING THE LAUNCH.” I’m sure a massaged 6 month period squeezed into 3-4 months would market a service very nicely.
        You may have faith in them Dan but i will be watching Betting Gods very closely, i’m not convinced.

        Kind regards

  2. Kan
    Kan says:

    Well maybe it’s too late to reply here. Yes I think the review result is correct, his ROI drop to 1.6%now. And I appreciate your intention to produce independent reviews which is very helpful.
    But i worry the process may not be proper enough, for just 68 bets…. We probably need AT LEAST 500 picks to consider, even more if the betting odds are >2 and playing with stakes plan.
    Unless you know the games, and can judge their picks based on your knowledge.

    And I feel so strange why many review sites are making football tipster on the wrong tipping platform??
    Obviously Blogabet and Pyckio are much better in football, tennis etc. Tipstrr is good as well.

    • Dan
      Dan says:

      Hi Kan,

      Thanks for your comment, much appreciated. We did follow this tipster for six months, covering over 450 bets so a good sample size.

      We have reviewed some tipsters from the Tipstrr platform and do follow them, will keep the others you mention in mind too.

      Kind regards,



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