Know how to spot a cheater – Learn how to avoid misakes
Live betting is one of the main sources of income for the bookmaker, why?
Well before the match starts there is always large publicity about the coming fixtures for Live matches. They are often 2 strong teams facing eachother and they are most likely to be telecast throughout the world, why?
It is because a lot of people like to bet on sports that they are able to view live especially those recreation punters who get a real kick watching their favourite teams play and also big-time soccer punters who bet 30K-50K per match.
There is the jalan bet or live betting bet and the half-time bet which makes it more interesting and creates more variety for punters. These live matches are matches where the bookmakers makes lots of money through the vigourish and not forgetting fixed match.
How do you identify whether the match is fixed?
- During the match observe the 1st 10 minutes and if any team scores, the match it is most likely fixed. They will score at the most unimaginable timing like within 30 seconds or 3 mins. Those are the most common signs.
- Pay attention to the speed of both team players. The team that will lose will tend to run slower than the other team.
Another point to note is the team that is fixed to win they will fight with all their might to get to the ball and the one that is fixed to lose (note this also refers to team that gives ball but unable to cover the AH given) will miss even inches infront of the goal post.
Sometimes the team that is fixed to lose will even score for the other team. Or they are extremely disorganised at the defence showing no effort in blocking the strikers attacks.
- Not all footballers are great actors so pay close attention to their body language, they will display great agonies while missing clear cut shots but their eyes are secretly laughing away some have even had difficulties in controlling their facial expressions, occasionally they subconsciously look into the camera before diverting their eyes swiftly away.
- The coach makes the odd decision to remove key players from the team substituting with less experienced players. Consider this: why would a coach remove that particular key striker that has just scored a crucial goal? He simply wouldn’t if the game wasn’t fixed.