This Tuesday the 30th July sees the release of the Racing Post’s new football season pull-out ‘The Big Kick-Off’, which features fresh analysis and ante-post football tips from many of their in-house tipping experts.
Although bundled for free with tomorrows Racing Post, the 2 key questions that you need to ask before following their tips are…
- Just how good are the Racing Post’s football tipsters?
- Will following their tips make you a profit?
Find out all this and more with the Smart Betting Club’s ‘Racing Post Football Tipster Report‘ – which explores the performance of their tipsters from the 2012/13 football season.
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Yesterday saw the release of the Racing Post half-time team talk update on the football season, featuring fresh analysis and tips on the best ante-post bets from many of their in-house experts.
The key question that many will be asking…is just how well have the Racing Post football tipsters actually done since the start of the season? After all, before you sign-up to follow their experts, you would want to know how their track record stands up since August.
So, to help answer this question, the team at SBC have reviewed Racing Post’s ‘Big Kick-Off’ supplement (which was released prior to the start of the new football season in early August) and which featured their first batch of ante-post bets. The findings are a must for anyone following their tips in and what follows is a full rundown of its performance so far this season.
The main focus of the Big Kick Off was their English Premier League advice, so this is what we honed in on for this article. In total there were 4 main tipsters – Mark Langdon, Tony Cascarino, Didi Hamann and..ahem ‘Unknown Tipster’ who put forward top flight tips. Here is how they fared…
Mark is the Racing Post go-to guy when it comes to English Premier League tips and his name was attributed to 15 different League bets in August’s pre-season update. The bad news is only 3 of the 15 are now trading lower than their original odds with just 1 bet (Man U to win the title) actually a winner were the season to end today. His best looking bet appears to be Juan Mata to top the assists charts at 22/1, as he is currently joint 2nd and trading at 8/1.
Bets that look unlikely to come off for Mark include Swansea and Stoke to go down, his top scorer bets on Bent, Cisse, & Borini plus his suggestion to back QPR on the handicaps.