How to win at lay the draw football betting
Keys to a successful lay the draw systemIf you were to blindly Lay the Draw in every football match then you would lose a whole lot of money pretty quickly.
So if you want to make money betting using the laying the draw football betting system then you need to take care of a number of factors.
Lay the draw system match selection tipsMatch selection is key to making money with lay the draw bets.
There are many match selection criteria that are relevant to a lay the draw system
An ideal Lay the Draw match will have a home favourite, two teams who both know how to find the back of the net at regular intervals and Lay odds at kick off of around 3.6 to 5.
Any lower than this, then a lot of people are predicting a dour tight game - not what you want. Any higher than this, then you are likely to be forking out a large sum if your bet is unsuccessful.
Look at the correct score marketMany lay the draw football traders take a good look at the 0-0 correct score market. If the odds on a 0-0 scoreline are lower than 12 or 14, then this is a good sign that you should stay away.
You'll probably need to study form, with goals scored being an important thing to look for.
Studying team line-ups will also be very useful in successful lay the draw match selection. If star strikers or central defenders are injured or suspended then this might have a bearing on which matches you decide to bet on.
When does each team tend to score?Lastly, have a look at the timings of goals scored by both teams. Do they match your proposed timing and exit strategy for this betting system? If a side has a habit of scoring injury time winners, but you always exit losing lay the draw bets at 80 minutes, then those winning goals won't make add much money to your Betfair account.
All of which takes us to the small matter of how to time entry and exit of a lay the draw bet.