When it comes to having a flutter on the footy, it doesn’t matter how strong that hunch is we still want reassurance of our bet. Mind you, most of us don’t bother getting it anyway and blindly stake away. Well from now on, maybe you should be checking out one of the top 10 football prediction sites to help you on your way to a profit.
1. Football Whispers
It’s unusual to find a football tips page offering a blog section that highlights other sites doing a similar job to them but fair play to Football Whispers because they do exactly that. They do back themselves as being the best in the business though. We quite follow their opinion, they make a fab work on a daily basis.
Whilst a lot of tips sites are structured in table form that just blasts event after event at you, these guys don’t with their predictions forming part of a wider betting blog containing all sorts including reviews of bookies offers and looking at odds on less common markets e.g. next manager odds.
There is a lot to like about PredictZ. For starters, they offer up a bucket load of tips allowing you to look at them by day or by competition. You can see predictions on match results, score lines, BTTS and more. You can go even bigger than that as you check out some of their bespoke accumulator suggestions as well.
Their site is much more than a simple tips site too with a wide range of statistics and team form information covering pretty much every league in the world. The reason we like them so much is because they give you the ability to research their tips with absolute ease.
Right, let’s start with the big positives around footballpredictions.com; for starters, they cover a plethora of leagues around the globe but what we really like is the blurb they attach to their predictions. They offer insight as to why they think a prediction carries weight, which also educates the punter. It’s not all a list of statistics either.
Their calendar is quite slick too meaning you can quickly scroll through the next few days worth of bets to see their tips. The downside to this is that you do have to click into each event rather than just seeing the game in question and the predicted result. It’s not the end of the world but it can become time consuming if you’re hoping to check out several.
Free Super Tips split their website out nicely so it’s immediately kind on the eye. That’s an early tick in the ‘good’ box. Diving into their ‘Football Tips’ section allows you to quickly narrow down to the sort of tips you want to see whether it be goalscorer tips or pearls of wisdom on games where there might be over 2.5 goals. From here you instantly see their top tips with a guide to the odds.
Their ‘Predictions’ section drills nicely into what competition you want to focus on e.g. Premier League or Serie A but, like other sites, they want you to click into each game for the prediction. Once in the specific match screen though they offer a nice little fixture preview and even highlight special bookmaker offers relating to the match.
SoccerVista is a tipping site that’s been going over 20 years; you can tell that from the nineties style menu panel. Despite that, it’s a nice site to use with the ability to quickly see ‘bets of the day’ and you can set up email alerts too.
Our favourite part though is the main page. It is a punters dream. You are immediately given a range of tips split by league with the games listed along with kick off times, colour coded form for both sides, the indicative odds of home, draw and away and, finally, they highlight three core tips for each game. These tips are the match result, over or under 2.5 goals and a correct score prediction.
6. Sporty Trader
Sporty Trader are a French company that have been operating internationally for 15 years with their service winning multiple awards; the latest coming in 2019 as they were voted the ‘Best Sports website’. The site comes endorsed by former French international Jean=Pierre Papin.
Their tips are all built from robust statistical analysis with over half a million games analysed to build their prediction database. When it comes to getting their tips, they cover plenty of competitions but don’t go to the lengths of many on this list in that you won’t find tips for the sixth tier of Argentinian football, for example. The layout of their tips are clean, tidy and easy to view.
If you’re after something that lays things out plain as day then Hintwise might be a decent choice for you. Despite offering paid ‘premium’ tips alongside their freebies, their site is pretty basic. That doesn’t have to be looked on as a bad thing though.
You can quickly sort tips by league and filter to the markets of interest. Once this step is done you’ll be left with a table of predictions including a form guide and odds. In a single click you can get up a mini match preview too, which is a smart extra to include.
The initial feel of the Tips180 website might have you journeying back in time but there is nothing old fashioned about their approach to predicting football bets. They pride themselves on using data to drive their tips and claim to highlight tips offering ‘value’ from 50 different leagues.
Their homepage is simply a tips dumping ground, which can be confusing to quickly extrapolate the most attractive bets from – particularly because there is no indication of odds – but their ‘Tips Store’ is much easier to navigate with different betting markets clearly separated. You will have to sign up to access the majority of their tips but it is free.
The downside to Betensured is that they want your cash to open up anything like their full range of tips. The bright side is that they’re quite open about that and their ‘grid style’ menu highlights what markets are free and those that aren’t.
Once you’re into the tips side of things you can either view their top tips or focus on a particular bet type. The games are laid out alongside odds and a prediction with more detail – such as form guides and head to head data – available with a single click. That view is interesting but the contrast between text and website background could do with a tweak.
We finish off our top 10 with a look at Victorspredict. It’s another where the site itself presents itself as an old school build. It works though so why try to fix it. Their menus are easy to navigate and filter meaning you can quickly see tips for markets that suit your needs.
If we were being uber critical, we don’t like their tips history. A lot of the sites we’ve touched on don’t store their tips but Victorspredict does – the only trouble is it only shows the winning selections. It’s not necessarily a problem but it pays to be aware of these things.
A closing thought
It’s clear that there is a real demand for football betting tips and following one or a handful of these sites will unquestionably stand you in better stead than simply trusting your gut. How do we know this? Well, nearly all of the sites listed use statistics and historic data to compile their predictions and this view will improve the probability of predicting a winner in most cases. That said, we’re still talking about gambling so you have to be prepared to take losses too.
Most importantly, bet safe and good luck.