4 More Winning Football Bets

Hello, Mark Hughes from FootyBetter advising on the 4 winning football bets that we sent to our members yesterday.

Here are the details:

We advised three Over 2.5 Goals bets, two of which won:

England Championship

Stoke v Blackburn – 1-0 – Loss

England League One

AFC Wimbledon v Crewe – 1-2 – Win

Burton v Doncaster – 1-3 – Win

Our Over 2.5 Goals bets provide the highest winning odds of all of our services, and like all of our services, they are profitable month in and month out:

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And we also advised one Football Accumulator bet which won:

Portugal Primeira Liga

Sporting defeat SC Farense – 1-0

Wales Premier League

Connahs Quay defeat Cardiff Met Uni – 3-1

Two Game Win Accumulator – Win

Which takes our Football Accumulator bets recent results to 20 wins from 26 bets – a 77% winning success and strike rate – since the beginning of September.

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And we also advised one FootyBetter Extra bet which also won:

Wales Premier League

Connahs Quay defeat Cardiff Met Uni – 3-1 – Win

Which takes our FootyBetter Extra bets recent results to 39 wins from 43 bets – a 91% winning success and strike rate – since the beginning of September.
 
And for your information our FootyBetter Extra bets have maintained an 81% winning success and strike rate average over the last 5 years and nearly 1,000 bets advised.
 
 
And as always members of our Complete Tips Package received all of these bets and would of picked up the 4 wins from 5 advised and plenty of profit:
 
 
With many more games to come in the next few months including the busy festive period there has never been a better time to profit from being a FootyBetter member.
 
To join us now and to get started today just click on one or more of the website links above, and we will start sending you our profitable bets and information when it next becomes available.
 
Thank you and kind regards
 
Mark Hughes
 
FootyBetter