Long-term Predictions – Wait and… win!
Long-term betting is a popular way of betting especially in the beginning of the season and before the biggest tournaments. However, with a few tips on selecting the right long-term predictions it can become even more profitable. Even during the season or after a specific tournament has started.
You will find the term ‘long-term’ also as ante post betting, which is exactly the same thing.
What to expect
Long-term bets are usually considered bets of instinct. Everyone has read or heard the stories how some Leicester fans had predicted that their team would win the Premier League in 2016 at some crazy odds.
Those are isolated cases. My tactics, which I list under the following table as well as in the Long-Term betting category, are clear. Sometimes there is instinct included (look at Portugal winning the Euro 2016). In other cases it is reading the game of a team, having the knowledge of them and their competitors (like Fulham’s promotion).
Overall, my long-term bets are a result of every day news, statistics, knowledge and instinct.
At the end of the day, if you have neither the knowledge of a sport or the instinct, why bet on it?
View my latest long-term football betting tips below:
Longterm Picks & Results
* Odds are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change.
And the winner is…
They undoubtedly have the best European player, Cristiano Ronaldo. But apart from that, the presence of -successful with Greece- Fernando Santos is giving the team what it needs to claim success.
Everybody says, France, Germany; Spain is always in the frame, Italy can always upset their opponents. England… hmmm, I expect to see them winning some important matches first before placing my money on them. But Portugal at 16/1 (17.00) looks the one I’ll go for. It is not only Santos and Ronaldo. The whole team, from the start to finish, has the units it needs to make it real.
So, our prediction of the winner of Euro 2016 is… Portugal!
Longterm Picks & Results
Where will Chelsea finish?
This is a hard question to answer but it looks like Chelsea is now seriously improving and if they have a good run as expected, they will soon be close to the European spots. Their future is also relevant to their progress in the current Champions League that restarts in the second half of February. But until then, a placement on the top half of the table looks the obvious progress for the Blues. This will guide to playing more freely and pushing to finish on the 4th position. Man Utd, Tottenham, Leicester City and even more West Ham, Crystal Palace and Liverpool will receive a huge amount pressure from the Blues and it might be hard to cope with.
We found this interesting antepost bet on bet365 and we share it with you. In what position do you thing they will finish?
bet365 offers Chelsea to finish 4th at the price of 10.00 (9/1). Check our longterm section below: