Football Draw Tips
Draw accumulators in football are very popular because they give big odds wins if you can correctly predict the matches which will end in a draw. But are these a good bet and how do you pick the best draw tips?
- Draw of the day bet
- How to pick football draws
- Picking four draws for an accumulator
- Which leagues are the football draw bets from?
Draw of the Day Bets
Draw betting requires a lot of analysis and some luck because it is quite often the most unlikely of the three possible outcomes with a football bet. Finding matches which are sure to be a draw is almost impossible and that is why you would never see any odds of Evens or lower for a football draw bet. Even when both sides only need to draw to qualify for the next round of a competition it would be unlikely to see less than Evens.
For our draw bet of the day, we will post it at the top of this page and depending on the amount of fixtures, it might be a single bet, a double, treble or even an accumulator.
How to pick football draw tips and bets
There are different ways of predicting a football match when you’re looking for any of the three outcomes (home win, draw or away win) and that’s why the help of our betting experts will hopefully guide you in the right direction when it comes to betting on draws.
If you look back at recent results of teams you will see that some are more prone to draw than others and this can be for a variety of reasons such as
- Looking to play very defensively in the hope of achieving a 0-0 scoreline
- Going into a 1-0 lead and trying to hold on to the advantage only to concede an equaliser
- Playing very attacking football and scoring goals, but also conceding a lot of chances
- Getting fortunate in a match where they should have lost, but scoring an equalising goal
Low scoring leagues tend to have more draws in them because teams play more defensively and are focusing on not losing the match, rather than winning it.
A manager such as Jose Mourinho, who usually plays quite defensive football, is likely to be involved in more draws than somebody like Jurgen Klopp, who will almost always play attacking football in the hope of winning. This is something to consider when you’re trying to predict which football matches will be a draw. Especially when Jose Mourinho’s team are playing a team who are in a similar league position.
Picking four draws for an accumulator
A very popular way of betting on football draws is in an accumulator and the odds for a 4-fold football draw accumulator tip will likely be around 200/1 or more.
This is a very enticing proposition for football bettors and because the odds are so generous, it means you only need to win one of these bets a season to end up in profit.
The problem is, picking draws for an accumulator is very difficult.
We provide daily football accumulator tips here at thatsagoal.com and sometimes draw bets will be included in these predictions. If you want to focus your betting solely on a draw accumulator then the top of this page is where you will find up to 4 predictions for a draw acca.
What leagues are football draw tips from?
This will depend on the football fixtures taking place today. If there are Premier League matches on the schedule then that will be our first port of call for picking footy draw bets from.
Leagues such as the Championship, League One and League Two also provide good chances to pick out draw bets as sometimes there are a lot of stalemates in these leagues.
When there is midweek Champions League and Europa League matches, this gives us the chance to predict draws and one of the helping hands we get in these types of matches is that there is the chance that some teams will actively play for a draw in order to qualify from their group or for the next round of the competition. The same can be said when going into the last round of Euro 2020 group stage fixtures – if a team only need to draw to qualify, they might sit back and play for a 0-0.