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The Premier Football Betting Handbook 2010/11 ? Football Betting Book Review

At the start of this book the authors say straight away that this book is aimed at the casual punter who enjoys a weekly bet on Premier League football. However, the book is trying to help bring the success of a full-time punter to the casual punter without them having to do all the hard work. If you think that sounds perfect, this book is for you!

The first couple of chapters act as an introduction to football betting and methods used in the book including calculating your own odds and odds comparisons. The book then goes on in some detail about the different types of football betting recommended throughout the book. It is a more specific version of the Football Betting Guide on this site, with explanations of what situations each betting market is suited to. Included are:

Draw No bet
Double Chance
Over/Under 2.5 goals
Correct Score
First/Last/Anytime Goalscorers

After this solid grounding on what the Premier Football Betting Handbook is about, the good stuff arrives thick and fast.

The authors have graded each team with letters from A-D depending on ability.

Examples being ? Chelsea -Grade A, Everton ? Grade B, Blackburn Rovers ? Grade C, Wigan Athletic ? Grade D.

Then there is page upon page of statistics for each team based on the 2009/10 Premier League season including:

Home/Away League Tables
Home/Away goals
Player goals
Time of goals scored
Injury time goals
Corners Home/Away
Corner Superiority
Bookings Home/Away
Performances against different grade of opponents

The authors then summarise the key points from the statistics for every single team for example:

* 18 of Stoke?s matches last season were 0-0 at half-time, more than any other team.

* In the 13 matches Sunderland were losing at half-time, they didn?t win any.

These key points are the basis of the betting tips in the book.

Tips given in The Premier Football Betting Handbook 2010/11

Goalscorer Bets ? Best value bets for Fernando Torres, Wayne Rooney, Didier Drogba, Darren Bent, Jermain Defoe, Emmanuel Adebayor & Dimitar Berbatov

Referee Bets ? Best bets relating to games refereed by every single Premier League referee, based on past performances.

Football Trends ? Based completely on the statistics illustrated in the book, these tips for every single Premier League team will always give you something to pick from. I think they are fantastic and some are even surprising!

Clinical Football Tips Verdict of The Premier Football Betting Handbook 2010/11

After reading this book all the way through I was licking my lips at the prospect of putting these statistics into action. There is always a value bet to be found when it comes to the Premier League and this book will help you find it.

The authors guide you through their philosophy on how they think the book will be of use and you can tell that they really want it to help everyone that reads it.

I thoroughly recommend you buy this book even if you want just one bet on the Premier League. You should easily get your money back from the tips given in the book, if you use the caution recommended and it gives you the ammunition required to find that good value bet.

Not only do you get the best book for football betting this year for your money but you will also get a 2 week free trial of Matt Finnigan & Pete Nordsted?s betting website This is superb value in the football betting world.

Book Rating ? 9/10

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