It may be an old football cliché, but ‘a game of two halves’ is one of the little known yet best ways to turn a higher profit from your bets on the beautiful game.
It’s one reason why more and more punters are paying attention to the different half time or full time betting markets and today I want to show you exactly why.
Nowadays we’re all feeling the strain, but the good news is that the bookmakers are too!
The half time betting market is a classic example of where over worked odds compilers might be missing a trick. For many firms, the half time betting odds are based on the full time odds. This does make sense to a point , but it doesn’t take into account the fact that some teams only really get going in the second half.
Why Stoke Are A Classic Half-Time Team
Perhaps one of the best examples we have found refers to Stoke City, who away from home in their last 20 games, have an amazing trend of never having been in the lead come the half-time whistle. Continue reading